Published Aug 8, 2009 by Andrew Moran
The former Governor of Minnesota Jesse Ventura will return to television this autumn to host a truTV show, which will discuss modern conspiracy theories.
The ex-professional wrestler, former U.S. Navy SEAL, ex-actor and author will be back on television on the Turner Broadcasting System this fall hosting a show called Conspiracy Theory. A truTV news release stated that TBS ordered seven episodes and the first episode will air in November.
TruTV stated also in the press release, “Jesse Ventura, a man who has lived a dangerous life, is about to explore mysteries behind the most compelling modern-day conspiracy theories. … Ventura will hunt down answers, plunging viewers into a world of secret meetings, midnight surveillance, shifty characters and dark forces.”
The former television host on MSNBC will discuss such conspiracy theories as the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy and the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Ventura has been on many television news channels over the past several years to discuss many current event issues such as torture, 9/11 and the former and current President’s performance.
He has made public his inquiry regarding September 11, 2001 and stated on the Alex Jones Show in October of 2008, “To me that is the question we are going to try and pursue. People who will stonewall 9/11, well why? If what you are saying is true then simply tell the truth and let the chips fall where they may. Conspiracies have fascinated me for going on 25 years now starting with the murder of John F Kennedy, and watching it evolve into everything else and now into the 9/11 conspiracy.”
According to the truTV website, “In each episode he will travel across the country investigating cases, hearing from both conspiracy believers and skeptics to make a final determination about the theory’s validity.”
Ventura, who served only one term as governor, spoke about September 11, 2001 at Ron Paul’s Rally for the Republic held last August as a counter-convention to the Republican National Convention.
He stays in between Mexico and the United States. He has told audiences around the world that he has a desire to surf.