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  1. This episode definitely hit the viewer personally, as it was about a real event. Naturally they took the event even farther. Yes, it's excellent and definitely a fan favorite. Regarding Jordan, oh yes, she aligned the planets, and probably just thought it was what she was suppose to do. She also has a spiritual ability, but I believe hers is different from Franks. She sees things, has visions, but I don't believe she has the ability to spiritually see through a killer's eyes like Franks does.
  2. I so highly recommend Dave Pelzer's 1995 memoir of childhood abuse, A Child Called "It." Dave describes from his viewpoint the severe physical and emotional abuse he suffered as a child from his alcoholic mother from ages 4 to 12. She did things like forcing him to eat his own vomit. That's the only example I will give, and sadly, it's not the worst. At 12, in 1973, Dave's teachers stepped in and he was placed in a foster care family. I personally cried while reading this book and have the rest of his books that follow. Per Wikipedia ~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Pelzer
  3. You're in a lot of company. Many fans say this is their favorite, and I agree, it is an awesome episode. And I doubt if anyone has made the connection with Crocell. Awesome find. It's one example that shows us the research they put into this show and what made it so exceptionally good. Aren't we all glad he refused to become Mr. Crocell? Being a spiritual person myself, I really appreciate the info you posted. Thanks.
  4. That's what makes Mark Snow so good. His music fits every screen and becomes part of the scene, sometimes to the point where you don't even notice it. My favorite part of this track starts at :58, and what was playing when they were boarding the bus. It took many years for this track to be on an album, and it wasn't until recently that it was. That is a long time.
  5. You're safer with me on Mt Ventoux. Peaceful, great scenery and no Bucksnort dogs that don't die, or die and get replaced by another.
  6. Yes, I tells ya too, this episode is beautiful and also one of my favorites. Another all-time favorite is the track that's playing while they're getting on the bus. It's track 17 on MIllennium Vol 2 album, called "All His Children." I couldn't get it fast enough when I found out this music was on it for the first time. Yeah, it's posted on YouTube.
  7. I have a converter program that can convert DVDs to different regions. Please let me/us know when a physical copy is available, and where.
  8. Oh my gosh Alex, where did you get the digital? Is it still available? Did a little research on my computer and I have "Prayer" that is included in a digital copy of The Event Series (Original Soundtrack) (2017), but I didn't see "Suicide Exam," just "sveta_exam." Is "sveta" German for "suicide," and the same track you posted? There's also a "Sveta" track. I'm betting I already have the album, and definitely need to spend some time organizing my music. It's in 3 places on the computer, and need to compare them to what's on CD and what needs to be burned. What a job that will be. Arg. Yes, these are eerie, creepy, dark tracks, and perfect for this time of year with Halloween on the way. Thanks again Alex.
  9. (Anyone that has a question, please post it.) What Was The First Sci-Fi TV Show To Enjoy Widespread Internet-based Promotion and Discussion? 1 ~ Babylon 5 2 ~ Star Trek: The Next Generation 3 ~ The X-Files 4 ~ Sliders
  10. I know, and that is so depressing. Tom Hardy is such an awesome actor.
  11. October 6, 2019 (Confessions of a Killer) https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/samuel-little-most-prolific-serial-killer-in-us-history-100619 FBI Seeking Assistance Connecting Victims to Samuel Little’s Confessions Five years after analysts with the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) began linking cases to convicted murderer Samuel Little—and nearly 18 months after a Texas Ranger began to elicit from him a breathtaking number of confessions—the FBI has confirmed Little to be the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history. Little has confessed to 93 murders, and FBI crime analysts believe all of his confessions are credible. Law enforcement has been able to verify 50 confessions, with many more pending final confirmation. Little says he strangled his 93 victims between 1970 and 2005. Many of his victims’ deaths, however, were originally ruled overdoses or attributed to accidental or undetermined causes. Some bodies were never found. “For many years, Samuel Little believed he would not be caught because he thought no one was accounting for his victims,” said ViCAP Crime Analyst Christie Palazzolo. “Even though he is already in prison, the FBI believes it is important to seek justice for each victim—to close every case possible.” The FBI is asking for the public’s help in matching the remaining unconfirmed confessions. ViCAP, with the support of the Texas Rangers, has provided additional information and details about five cases in hopes that someone may remember a detail that could further the investigation. If you have any information linked to Little’s confessions, please contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or submit at tip online at tips.fbi.gov. (“The FBI believes it is important to seek justice for each victim—to close every case possible.” Christie Palazzolo, ViCAP crime analyst) In the Words of a Killer: Video Confessions and Case Details Please note: Samuel Little’s recollection of dates is not always accurate. He also sometimes struggles to remember the exact clothing worn by a victim. Any potential links should not be dismissed based on these two factors alone. The videos of Little contain references to violent acts. Viewer discretion is encouraged. Each video is accompanied by Little’s drawing of the victim. Unmatched Confession: Miami, Florida, 1971 or 1972 Little recounted that in 1971 or 1972 he met a good-looking, 18- to 19-year-old black male in Miami, Florida. Little said the male presented himself as a woman and was known to Little as Marianne or Mary Ann. Little said Marianne was between 5’6” - 5’7” tall and approximately 140 pounds. Little first met Marianne at a bar known as The Pool or Pool Palace near 17th Avenue in Miami. A few days later, they met again at a bar in Overtown, where Little offered to give her a ride home. Little stated Marianne lived with several other roommates between Brownsville and Liberty City. When they arrived there, one of Marianne’s roommates asked them to buy a can of shaving cream, so they returned to Little’s car—a gold 4-door Pontiac LeMans. Little drove Marianne north on Highway 27 and killed her on a driveway, possibly near a sugarcane field. He then drove further down Highway 27, into the Everglades, and turned down a dirt road that led to a river or a swamp. Little dragged Marianne’s body approximately 200 yards into the thick, muddy water. He does not believe the body was ever found. * * * Continued on the webpage ~ (videos, crime details, map, and sketch images of victims) * * * https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/samuel-little-most-prolific-serial-killer-in-us-history-100619
  12. I've cut back on a ton of shows and haven't watched any new shows yet. I just don't have the time. The Walking Dead on Sunday night is the main one, along with Ancient Aliens on the History Channel. Looking forward to The Expanse coming back on the air. The Handmaid's Tale, Mindhunter, and probably The Sinner are all next year. Looking forward to (Tom Clancy's) Jack Ryan S2 on Nov 1, and The Man in the High Castle final season airs on Nov 15. Really liked Taboo with Tom Hardy back in 2017, and no word yet on S2. seesthru ~ The Walking Dead is more character driven than about zombies, even though there's every kind of zombie you could image, except one that flies. That's a frightening thought. It would take a lot of catching up since they are now starting S10.
  13. Regarding what Frank sees, or how, I'm quoting myself from my post in the Pilot forum. This is how I see it with my knowledge of the spirit realm. Also, I think I stated that I don't believe Frank has an actual gift, but that is it an ability anyone can have if they understand it, and work on developing it. The Yakui Indian, Don Juan, not only mastered this ability, but he used to travel in, through, and out of the spirit, just as Jesus did. So yes, Frank was definitely "more than just a very good profiler." Love the "@lex."
  14. Recently tried to find this album and couldn't. Any suggestions? Really appreciate this post since most of us don't have a copy and have never heard anything from the album. Thanks again and again Alex.
  15. Haven't a clue as to why they only produced a certain amount of DVDs. Maybe budget, but the whole idea of this production is to sell it. I have not heard of a download. Just read where there's 2 volumes of the soundtrack available, not 1. What holiday is it?
  16. MLM does go deep into the spirit and emotional realm, and what's really eerie it, most often we can relate to it one way or another. Not necessarily the experiences portrayed, but the character's feelings, reactions, and "when all is said and done." Spiritually speaking, you are in for a treat. Try not to drag it out too long. The first time just watch the show and enjoy it, then go back and watch it a second time, and it will blow you away as to things you will see and hear that you missed the first time. After all these years, I am still being introduced to things they threw in.
  17. Adept, excellent insight into the show and this 1st episode. All of us here believe that MLM was the perfect show and everyone else just follows in its shadow. It truly is one of the best shows that have ever aired, and the fan base just keeps growing. Everything about it is sensational, including Mark Snows awesome, perfect music in every scene. I could listen to his music all day. We are spirits first and foremost, then we have a mind (similar to a computer), a soul (emotions and feelings), and they all reside in a physical body with senses. Frank Black has an ability to tap into the spirit realm, as we all, but his was that he could see through the perpetrator's eyes. But he's looking through the spiritual eyes, and why he would only get bits and pieces, because his ability was not fully developed or understood. I had this experience myself many times. One time when my youngest son was in the Navy on an aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean. In a quiet state of mind and soul, I not only was standing behind him, on the deck, looking out at the horizon, but then for a moment, I was seeing the horizon through his eyes. That is what Frank experiences all the time. The difference is, he never truly understood what and how this was happening to him. Fear is the complete opposite of love, and fear is what a perpetrator creates before committing his/her evil act. Frank sees this fear because that's what most, if not all, of what killers feed on. The fear validates their power and control. Without question, MLM had some of the best actors ever to bring out the emotions of every character. And no matter how many people may dislike a particular episode(s), they all are better than most that have aired since then, and those that even air today. Nowadays it seems like producers are grabbing at straws to come anywhere close to being as good as MLM.
  18. and our home away from home. Hope to see you here often. I have read where Blu-Ray copies are sold out, but since there will be a signing in California on Oct 20, there might be more available then since they are hoping to have more in stock soon. Here's the store link where the signing will be held, and has been selling the video for 20.00 (US) ~ https://www.darkdel.com/store/p1207/Sat%2C_Oct_20th_4_pm%3A_Millennium_After_the_Millennium_BR.html The only other place I know of that sells it is at the main site, here's that link ~ https://thetimeisnowmm.com/mm/ There is also a soundtrack available, but sadly the music is not by Mark Snow, it's by Matthew Gatsos. I'm sure the music will be good, but no one can top Mark in my book. The album is in stock.
  19. Oh my, give me dark chocolate, with some caramel in the middle. Seriously, I don't mind just 3 seasons because I have closure before a decade passes me by. Some shows are just too long and we get burned out from them. I do however, which MLM had at least one more season, but in a way, we did have closure with Frank and Jordan driving off into the sunset. Or was it sunrise?
  20. Wow, just listened to this album yesterday, and the day before. Love it. Thanks Alex.
  21. and our home away from home. Hope to see you here often.
  22. and our home away from home. Hope to see you here often.
  23. Didn't watch ep 1 and now I probably won't. Trying to cut back on TV series. Thanks for the review.
  24. Yep, setting all we're discussed about language and words, it is a very good show.
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