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Dark Matters 3 Seasons

Season 2
4.0 out of 5 stars (13) IMDb 8/10

Dark Matters: Twisted but True returns to the laboratory to unearth history's most sinister tales. Forbidden research records are opened on the most shocking scientific studies ever executed. From gruesome lobotomy experiments, to controversial CIA studies, to spine-chilling accounts of live human transplants, this season shows that science fact can be stranger than science fictio

Starring:
Ben Addis, Justin Avoth

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Season 2

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1. Lindbergh: An American Nazi?, Suicide Song, Living Organ Donor

Charles Lindburgh plans to conquer death, but only for the select few. A song is blamed for 18 suicides. Some donate their dead bodies to science, but science wants one man's body while he was still alive. Hosted by John Noble.

TV-14 Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: July 14, 2012

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2. Resurrection Row, Operation Brainwash, Rabid Roulette

Robert Cornish's method for cheating death means a murderer could walk free.The CIA pays Ewen Cameron to invent brainwashing at an awful price for his patients. Louis Pasteur creates a rabies vaccine by gambling with the life of a child. John Noble hosts.

TV-14 Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: July 21, 2012

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3. Dr. Lobotomy, Voodoo Rx, Killed by Kindness

Egas Moniz chops up living brains to cure mental illness and gets shot for it. Can words kill? A doctor uses the power of mind to save his patient. George Price proves human kindness is an illusion and it drives him to suicide. Hosted by John Noble.

TV-14 Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: July 28, 2012

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4. Amnesiac, Party Poopers, Risky Radiation

Brain surgery creates a perfect amnesiac who can't remember his own life from day to day. A scientists goes to extremes to prove his theory and save lives. A tiny slip testing the core of an A-bomb releases a deadly blast of radiation. John Noble hosts.

TV-14 Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 4, 2012

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5. Positively Poisonous, Medusa's Heroin, Beauty and Brains

Fritz Haber feeds the world and murders it with the same technology. Contaminated heroin freezes addicts like statues. The cure uses fetal brain cells. An actress forsees cell-phones & wi-fi but is too beautiful to be taken seriously. John Noble hosts.

TV-14 Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 11, 2012

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6. Creative Evil, Curiosity Killed Dr. Katskee, Bat-Bomb

The Stanford Prison Experiment, one of the most notorious in the history of science. A doctor takes a lethal dose of cocaine as a medical experiment. A dentist tries to bomb Japan with tiny bombs carried by millions of bats. John Noble hosts.

TV-14 Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: August 18, 2012

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7. Tuskegee STD, Do You See What I See?, Cold War Cold Case

US government experiments illegally on black men with syphilis for 40 years. N-Rays transformed physics in France. Until they turned out not to exist. 9 skiers found dead with strange injuries. Hypothermia? Quarrel? Weapon? Or worse? John Noble hosts.

TV-14 Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: August 25, 2012

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Documentary, Horror
Director James Tovell
Starring Ben Addis, Justin Avoth
Supporting actors Mark Fleischmann, Helen George, Christopher Godwin, Kevin Golding, Simon Lowe, Geoffrey McGivern, John Noble, Dominic Tighe, Gideon Turner, Valeria Vereau
Network Science
Producers Rocky Collins, Nick Davies, Amy Foster, Dan Gold, Mike Ibeji, Jasper James, Fiona McDonald, Kaitlin McIntyre, Steve Morgan, Alex Turner
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By N. Turner on November 29, 2012
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I've liked John Noble ever since I started watching Fringe, and I couldn't imagine a more perfect host for this television show. Somehow, morbid yet fascinating things and he just go together perfectly. The topics chosen for each episode are so interesting! Keep it coming....
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This program contiues to fascinate me to no end with these little-known historical events. I dare say it is my favourite program on television. A program that combines the dark, the bizarre and the esoteric--yes please!
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This show is very insightful about historical and scientific factors of our society and provides room for the imagination in the subject matter of each episode. The way in which information is conveyed is direct and simple thus allowing any person regardless of background to understand complex scientific ideas. I like John Nobles voice which really adds a flare of the dramatic to the show. Overall, I would say the show offers a great opportunity to remember great scientific advancements of human history.
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This is the second season of this fascinating and entertaining show about science and scientists. It presents a different perspective of many famous (and some not very well known) scientific ideas, experiments, discoveries and advances and the people responsible for them. There is more of an onus on the darker/creepier side than you'd typically find in a history book, and while it is served up in documentary style, it also is put forward in a story telling manner and is portrayed through dramatizations by actors.
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By JRH on February 2, 2014
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Lots of interesting stuff here. Some I already knew (like Typhoid Mary). Style is a bit silly and the small stable of actors comes across a bit like a Three Stooges comedy at times. Nevertheless, I kept buying episodes.
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This show describes historical scientific events in a very entertaining way. So you are not just watching a sense less tv show which at the end you basically wasted 1 hour of your life. However, this show teaches you something. B-)
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By CyberWatcher on September 6, 2012
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This show is delivers science/scientific events in the most entertaining way, mini movies. Very fun to watch and it increases your general knowledge of different scientific events happened through time.
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