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National Geographic Channel's star guide Piers Gibbons has massive British cojones, as he goes to all sorts of lesser traveled places and eats and drinks things you wouldn't dare, even if 'Fear Factor' host Joe Rogan was waving thousand dollar bills in your face.Nat Geo's tasty new series premieres Monday, November 7. "The Witch Doctor Will See You Now" explores the healing practices of ancient cultures in China, India, Africa and South America. When Western medicine fails, see the extraordinary lengths ordinary Americans will go to in the name of relief and healing. Travel with adventurer, explorer and tribal expert Piers Gibbon to ancient cultures to see if traditional practices . such as swallowing the still-beating heart of a freshly
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Penis wine? The Witch Doctor Will See You Now, Ngc series previews

Tune in alert for a cool series premiering Monday, November 7 on National Geographic Channel, The Witch Doctor Will See You Now, which explores the healing practices of ancient cultures in China, India, Africa and South America. When Western medicine doesn.t work, see the extraordinary lengths ordinary Americans will go to in the name of relief and healing. Travel with adventurer, explorer and tribal expert Piers Gibbon to ancient cultures to see if traditional practices . such as swallowing the still-beating heart of a freshly killed chicken or slurping broth from a boiled termite nest . can succeed where prescription drugs, surgery and therapy have failed.3 Kinds of Penis Wine The Witch Doctor Will See You Nowepisode Descriptions:the Witch Doctor
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TCA Press Tour: What a Long, Strange Trip It’ll Be

Barely an hour after I set foot into the Langham Hotel in Pasadena, Piers Gibbon offered me a shrunken head to eat. The heads in question were made of marzipan and cake, and part of promoting Gibbon’s upcoming special “Search for the Amazon Headshrinkers” (coming to Nat Geo), but it still made for a strange hello.

“Let me tell you, I’ve done a lot of weird things in my career,” he said, “but never in my life did I imagine I’d be standing beside a tray full of these.” Quite a statement coming from a guy who rose to fame with a U.K. show called “Jungle Trip,” for which he traveled through far flung locales sampling various hallucinogenic potions.

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