Destination Truth A Week Behind #5
Have you ever had one of those mornings when you wake up and realize that you don’t have any control over your body and someone else is controlling it? That’s been my life for the past two weeks. I seriously thought I was starring in Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Luckily, I’ve managed to gain control of my body once again. Phew! What a scare that was.
Despite my absence, I was able to deliver Acadia with a present, of sorts. See, he has a mild obsession with Allison Scagliotti of Warehouse 13, so when I heard that she was co-hosting Ghost Hunters Live this year, I knew he’d be as happy as a kid in a candy store. I can actually picture him now, jumping around in his seat, all excited and barely able to contain himself. If someone has a plastic bucket they can lend him to collect his drool, please let me know. Six hours is a long time for him to salivate. It’s sure to build up and leave quite the mess.
In other Destination Truth news, it looks like Rex will be joining Ryder for season 4.5. Jael will even be back for an episode, or was it two. I can’t remember which. My memory isn’t what it was before my body was taken over. Sorry!
Enough rambling. Onto last week’s Destination Truth episode.
First, let me ask you all a question. What do you get when you cross a investigation of a reportedly haunted volcano crater with a pantless Josh Gates? One smoking hot episode, that’s what. Okay, so maybe Josh’s legs were a bit on the pale side, he still managed to set hearts afire. And for that, we thank him.
So was the inactive Menengai volcano haunted like the local tribe believed? Well, Gates and company did end up with some interesting pieces of evidence that led them and us to believe that their may actually be ghostly beings within its depths.
Team Truth was not so lucky, however, with their second investigation in Madagascar where they took to the forest in hopes of finding evidence of the Kalanoro, a 3-foot tall humanlike creature with backward-facing feet. As usual for cases like this, no solid evidence was found to prove the existence of the Kalanoro. It was determined that whatever Gates and his crew encountered during their investigation was most likely a lemur. Boring!
Finally, for your viewing pleasure, I’ve included a deleted scene from the Mngwa episode, which features Josh at his finest. Enjoy!
Nicole Ireland lives in East Armpit, Maine and drives a skidder when she isn’t writing. She once shot a man just for snoring but she sucked at shooting guns and only got him in the leg and then felt awful and smothered him cause his screaming was worse than the snoring had been. When the cops came she said he had shot first and they believed her cause she’s a witch. She’s clever and she’s quiet. She’s so quiet you might just not notice her there. You might just fall asleep. But god help you if you snore. Look what happened to the last guy.