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    Free to Watch Dark Matters: Twisted But True Season 2 Episode 3 Dr. Lobotomy, Voodoo Rx, Killed by Kindness

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    Neurologist Egas Moniz's efforts to cure mental illness and research on altruism conducted by geneticist George Price are discussed.

    Watch Dark Matters: Twisted But True Season 2 Episode 3 Dr. Lobotomy, Voodoo Rx, Killed by Kindness

    Previously on Dark Matters: Twisted But True Season 2 Episode 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.

    On this week's Episode title "Dr. Lobotomy, Voodoo Rx, Killed by Kindness", Neurologist Egas Moniz's efforts to cure mental illness and research on altruism conducted by geneticist George Price are discussed.

    Examine what happens when scientific research goes too far, with the world premiere of Dark Matters: Twisted But True. This series takes viewers inside the laboratory to profile strange science and expose some of history's most bizarre experiments. Hosted by noted science fiction actor John Noble (Fringe, Lord of the Rings), Dark Matters: Twisted But True delves into the most unusual research ever conducted, including attempts to crossbreed humans and apes, actual zombie investigations and head transplantation studies. Cutting-edge CGI recreations enable viewers to witness the pivotal moments when brilliant minds face controversy or ethical crossroads on the fringes of science.

    "The stories we share in Dark Matters: Twisted But True are as outlandish as a great sci-fi script or as disturbing as a classic horror tale — the only difference is that they're all true," said Noble. "The series offers a glimpse into the dark side of science, as well as human nature."

    "Dark Matters: Twisted But True offers a fascinating insight into moments of scientific history where individuals went to extreme measures to achieve a breakthrough. It's impossible to turn away from these true stories that you always assumed were just outlandish urban legends," said Debbie Adler Myers, general manager and executive vice president of SCIENCE. "This is real science — just the dark side of it, featuring brilliant minds who eventually took a dramatic turn. John Noble is the perfect tour guide to escort viewers through this bizarre world of research gone horribly wrong, but that in some cases, actually led to technology and science that we use today."

    The series premiere features the shocking story of Soviet scientist Dr. Ilya Ivanov, who in the 1920s attempted to start his own "planet of the apes." In an attempt to build an invincible army, Ivanov tried to crossbreed humans with apes to create a race of supersoldiers. Viewers also will be introduced to Morris Jessup, a self-identified UFO expert who attempted to expose what he believed to be a military cover-up involving experiments with invisibility. Finally, unorthodox studies by America's greatest inventor, Thomas Edison, result in a dark and unintended invention which remains infamous today.

    This show gives unusual facts. An example is the man who stole Einstein's brain actually happened. The attempt to research to create a gorilla army was found after WWII. There are many interesting and strange things in history and science. It is about time that they are brought to the attention of the general public. The presentation of the material is done in a fun and amusing way. The creator and actors in the series never take themselves too serious and yet all the information in the programs I've watched has checked out. The actor from Fringe gives it an added dimension even though he has such a very small part. I really enjoy the programs and highly recommend then to others. The show is worth watching.

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