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Ancient Aliens – The Power of Three

Reverence for the number three dates back thousands of years, and can still be found today in art, architecture, science, literature, and religion. What is it about this number that continues to fascinate mankind? Could this recurring motif contain a profound message? The ancient Egyptians believed the design of the three pyramids of Giza came . . . → Read More: Ancient Aliens – The Power of Three

The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

A highlight of the nationwide Lincoln Bicentennial celebration is this unprecedented documentary on the life and legacy of the man widely considered one of the best – and most enigmatic – presidents.

It addresses many of the controversies surrounding Lincoln about race, equality, religion, politics, and depression by carefully interpreting evidence from those who knew . . . → Read More: The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

Monumental Myths

Monumental-Myths

Monumental Myths is a 47-minute documentary that exposes the perpetuated myths of America’s historic sites and markers. Carved in rock or cast in bronze, monuments are intended — by those who commissioned them — to impart a sense of authority and an unquestionable truth about the people and events they commemorate. Travel across the country . . . → Read More: Monumental Myths

44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shootout

North Hollywood shootout was an armed confrontation between two heavily-armed and armored bank robber Larry Eugene Phillips Jr & Emil Dechebal Matasareanu and patrol & SWAT officers of the LAPD on February 28 1997 at a Bank of America teler-office.

Two suspects were killed and 15 people were injured, including 10 policemen. None of the . . . → Read More: 44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shootout

Cry Baby: The Pedal That Rocks The World

Cry Baby: The Pedal That Rocks The World tells the story of the wah wah effect pedal, from its invention in 1966 to the present day. Musicians, engineers, and historians discuss the impact of the pedal on popular music and demonstrate the various ways it has been used, as well as how its evolution has . . . → Read More: Cry Baby: The Pedal That Rocks The World

Filthy Cities

Dan Snow gets down and dirty in the murky histories of London, Paris and New York, exploring their filthy histories from the bottom up. Medieval London. State of the art CGI reveals London’s streets as they were 700 years ago and Dan steps into the shoes of a medieval Londoner – wooden platforms designed to . . . → Read More: Filthy Cities

They Chose China

Oscar nominated filmmaker Shuibo Wang aims his camera at the astonishing story of 21 American POWs who, after the Korean War ended, chose to live in China instead of returning the USA. Using rare archival footage, excerpts from American and Chinese TV programs, as well as period and contemporary interviews, They Chose China chronicles the . . . → Read More: They Chose China

Let Your Life Be a Friction to Stop the Machine

Nightmare and insanity are akin. Mysterious an involuntary states that skew and distort objective reality. One wakens from nightmare, from insanity there is no awakening.

Whether Americans live in the one state or the other is the paramount question of this era. For two hundred years Americans have been indoctrinated with the mythology created, imposed . . . → Read More: Let Your Life Be a Friction to Stop the Machine

Download: The True Story of the Internet

Download: The True Story of the Internet is about a revolution — the technological, cultural, commercial and social revolution that has radically changed our lives. And for the first time on television, we hear how it happened from the men and women who made it possible.

From the founders of eBay, Yahoo, Amazon, Netscape, . . . → Read More: Download: The True Story of the Internet

1421: The Year China Discovered America?

This fascinating documentary examines the mystery surrounding the sailing exploits of the legendary Admiral Zheng and his 30 year command of a gigantic Ming fleet.

The Chinese court burned all records of Admiral Zheng’s daring voyages and achievements, and unwittingly created a mystery that tantalizes the world 500 years later.

You’ve heard what the history . . . → Read More: 1421: The Year China Discovered America?