In episode 3 of season 2, producer and one of the hosts of the podcast “The Skeptic Metaphysicians,” Will Rodriguez, joined the Unofficial Official Story team to answer the question: Was Britney Spears a government agent for President W. Bush? In this episode, we discuss a person who thinks they spoke to Jesus, Britney and Bush’s love child, MK-Ultra, Mark Zukerberg, and more! Listen to the episode to find out what really happened.
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ABOUT OUR GUEST
Will started his career with NBC/Telemundo and is now the Regional Programming and Video Production Manager for a national TV network where he created Emmy-award nominated programming such as Destination Virginia, Untapped VA, I Do – The Ultimate Wedding Guide, Calm, Cool and Connected, and Living 757.
On his podcast, the Skeptic Metaphysicians, he and his co-host Karen dive into all things metaphysical, paranormal, and esoteric in the hopes of finding something…. anything…that can prove that there is more to our reality than what we see with our eyes. https://www.skepticmetaphysician.com/
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Intro and outro song was created by Brian “Deep” Watters. You can hear his music on https://soundcloud.com/deepwatters.
Hosts: Jennifer Field, Dwayne Perkins, and Koji Steven Sakai
Edited and Produced by Koji Steven Sakai