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Forbidden History

Category: Documentary
Episode 6 of 6 | Season 4
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Thu 24 Aug
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Fantasy
Fantasy with fake photos!
Flight-Sergeant   6:53pm Mon 7 Aug Report Abuse

Why so Big ?
For a giant species to be on Earth there are two possibilities.Either gravity was much weaker on Earth around 6-10 thousands ago or they are from another smaller world with much less Gravity ! I suspect the latter. Graham Richards
Fandango   6:47pm Thu 27 Jul Report Abuse

Really quite bad
This was possibly one of the worst programmes I've seen in a while. I actually quite like conspiracy/mystery programmes, but this one was so badly done I actually felt sorry for the presenter, Jamie Theakston. He seemed to be trying quite hard to even though it went nowhere. It was laugh out loud funny at points, but that wasn't intentional.
Goggle Eyes   5:16pm Sat 27 Feb Report Abuse

A farrago of conjecture.
Vaguely interesting. No conclusions. A collection of claims, unsubstantiated matters and conjecture. Blue Peter type presentation.Marginally more fun than doing my ironing.
Bof   7:10pm Thu 13 Nov Report Abuse

Nonesense
No theologian accepts this ridiculous theory. How readily people entertain any old slander against Christ, rather than take what He said seriously.
Frank   4:35pm Fri 11 Oct Report Abuse

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