Jesse Ventura and his team of investigators dig deep into the behind-the-scenes government doings. What he reveals will shock you and awe you, but still, you're left to make up your own mind about what you do or do not believe.

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 Himself (22 episodes, 2009-2012)
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 Herself - Investigator / ... (16 episodes, 2009-2012)
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 Narrator (15 episodes, 2009-2010)
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 Himself - Investigator (9 episodes, 2009-2010)
 Himself (9 episodes, 2009-2012)


'Jesse Ventura' sets out with a team of investigators to learn about various conspiracy theories many people are convinced have occurred. Many of the conspiracies investigated vary from secret weapons projects, government cover-ups, and world domination. Much of what you hear will shock you, but it is up to you to decide what is true and what is not true. Written by Sam

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Jesse Ventura: [In the intro to the show] Hidden power, secrets, cover-ups, corruption. You think you know the whole story? Think again. I've been governor, a Navy SEAL, a fighter. I've heard things that will blow your mind. And now I think it's time that you get the whole story.
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8 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Although Jesse makes interesting points in his interviews on the news channels, his show Conspiracy Theory isn't interesting at all. His conspiracy theories come off as an excuse for spooking people for entertainment purposes and money yet he continues to portray them as if he's a scholar. He asks the same questions over and over again but doesn't care about answers. Questions are enough for him to keep him speculating and feeling like a revolutionary. It's astounding that people will watch this show and believe this garbage. You know, because what better way to expose an elite force in the shadows that controls everything including the media, than on national television. Either his theories are false, or these so called evil people are so lazy that they'll allow someone to spill the secrets of the world on television. Jesse is an entertainer, plain and simple. The episodes are all the same, Jesse drives down a road with a determined look on his face, but hey, let's cut the footage and turn it to sepia tone with dramatic drumming music just to make it more interesting. Then, Jesse gets out of the car, slams the door, and storms down the parking lot, wearing his dark leather jacket, his fists clenched, and a big scowl on his face, ready to find out the secrets of the world. He meets with a super secret individual in a super secret parking lot. Sometimes, their face may even be blurred, as if the voice, profession, and location of the individual was not enough to give away their identity. They then reveal what the elite's agenda is. They use the words "elite" and "rulers" so much that it seems deliberately enigmatic so that they don't have to be specific. Specific names of evil leaders in a shadow government? No! That might require reading! In some episodes they "research" things like aliens and flying saucers in Area 51 (things that have been thoroughly debunked) and even time travel. Time travel? They actually took the time to make that episode? Give me a break. In every episode, they meet in a dark room, with overhanging lights, as if the dramatic editing and music wasn't enough to make the scare factor too obvious. They also point out things that can be debunked by simple logic. Apparently it's suspicious that a former governor can't walk into a military base unannounced, with no appointment. You really think someone running a military base would just let strangers walk in freely without permission? Even to parts that are top secret? And they're top secret because of other reasons, not aliens for example? Anyway, don't bother watching this show. It's an entertainment show, but it's not entertaining in the slightest. Maybe it's entertaining in the same way Ancient Aliens is because they're both ridiculous, but you get what I'm saying. Anyway, I give this show 2 stars out of 10. It's amazing people actually enjoy this show.

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