WOTW Ep5&6: A Multitude of Idols & An Eye for an Eye

WOTW Ep5&6: A Multitude of Idols & An Eye for an Eye

Mistress Zeneca does a deep dive into the War of the Worlds Radio Broadcast by Orson Welles; Was the panic real? Dr. Chris geeks out over Orson Welles’ final role in 1986.

S.1, ep5 Air date – October 24, 1988 – The aliens hatch a scheme to integrate into human society, allowing their agents to be active anywhere in the world.

S.1, ep6 Air date – October 31, 1988 – As Grover’s Mill, N.J., celebrates the 50th anniversary of Orson Welles’ radio broadcast, aliens bike in to complete a mission.

Music by Vince Dicola for Transformers the Movie and Opening and ending music from CBS Home Video War of the Worlds Tv series

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WOTW Ep5&6: A Multitude of Idols & An Eye for an Eye
Written by Chris

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  1. Joel Kirk
    January 3, 2021 at 11:22 pm

    I hope you don’t mind a bit of feedback:

    I’m personally turned off on the non-WOTW political talk. I’m sure you have a diverse group of people who enjoy the show (and your podcast) that just seems to be pushing away a group (or groups) based on beliefs….when at the end of the day there should be…’unity.’

    With that said, it’s your podcast. Aside from the political talk, I’m enjoying the examination of the episodes.


    • Chris
      January 5, 2021 at 11:03 pm

      We go on tangents lots of podcast go on tangents we try to reel it in Im sorry.

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