Probably About 80% Fairly Legit
This show is pretty much the real deal although it does tweak timelines, pretends old discoveries are being revealed for the first time, and probably more little line-blurrings for dramatic effect. It has just enough real history and discoveries to make it legit in my eyes. For example, I was watching What on Earth and I think some show with Secrets in the title on the Smithsonian channel. One was about Hitler’s supposed Argentinian hideaway called Inalco house, and the other was on the Ark of the Covenant in Ethiopia. Both hosts tried to gain access to the sites-to get permission to visit the island in one case, and talk to the Monk guarding the Ark in the other, and they couldn’t even get close. They were turned away. Talk about lame! These are two cases where Josh was granted full access. Josh even found a Nazi Coin at Inalco house. And he and the monk are now best buddies (Just Kidding). But the monk who guards the Ark did come out to talk to him. And you can’t beat Josh for charisma and humor. It’s a very entertaining and educational show as long as you follow with your own independent research later.
September 11, 2020