History’s “Ancient Aliens” is Seriously Coming to the Midwest
If you haven't seen it, you need to. I'm not kidding. Go to Hulu, type in Ancient Aliens, and enjoy the madness (you can also watch them for free on the History Channel website).
The last time I watched this show was whilst I was inebriated in a hotel room after my best friend's wedding, with another groomsman, at midnight. In that episode, the ancient alien "experts" discussed both the possibility of aliens being connected to Hitler during WWII, and at the same time being interdimensional yetis.
Again, I'm not kidding.
I can vividly remember, even in my intoxicated state, saying to myself, "This sh*t is CRAZY."
That craziness is coming to the Midwest, less than five hours away from all four of eastern Iowa's four largest markets (Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Dubuque, and the Quad Cities), in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
As shared on the Ancient Aliens tour website, the show will take place on May 22 at 7:30 PM in the Pabst Theatre.
Here's what the About section says on the tour site:
"Join this ninety-minute interactive conversation featuring Ancient Astronaut Theorist Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, author David Childress, and investigative mythologist William Henry as they discuss thought-provoking extraterrestrial theories on fan-favorite topics from Ancient Egypt to the moon, and paves for us the long road to Disclosure.
This event will explore questions as old as the planet itself: have extraterrestrials visited our planet, are they here now, and when will they reveal themselves?"
My brain, it hurts.
Oh, and I almost forgot -- there are EIGHTEEN SEASONS OF THIS SHOW. How? HOW!?