INSIDE SECRET GOVERNMENT WAREHOUSES: SHOCKING REVELATIONS (Syfy) – Early Review

Secret Government Warehouses

The Syfy channel is debuting a new special called INSIDE SECRET GOVERNMENT WAREHOUSES: SHOCKING REVELATIONS on Sunday July 11th at 9 PM (ET/PT). Inspired by the popular series Warehouse 13 on Syfy, ISGW travels from Area 51 to the Vatican in search of real government secrets. For conspiracy theorists like myself this show is exactly how I want to be spending a lazy Sunday night. Well done Syfy.

The show is hosted by Lester Hold, who is a well-known journalist with NBC News. I had the chance to check out Inside Secret Government Warehouses early and let me tell you it’s well worth your time. Unlike some shows that will string you along until the next commercial break and then never deliver, Inside Secret Government Warehouses actually brings it. For example, they have a video interview of a former Army veteran who claims he signed up for a special project to test new uniforms and equipment but was instead injected and exposed to harmful drugs so they could monitor real life reactions. They also show a once classified Army training video to back up his claim.

In that respect, this show is much more similar to one of my favorite shows, Unsolved Mysteries, in that it includes interviews, evidence, speculation and conspiracy. Some of the topics covered include Aliens, time travel, and mind control. One of the most intriguing parts is Lester Holt’s visit to the Vatican archives. Popularized by the movie Angels and Demons, the Vatican archives is somewhat similar to the movie’s portrayal. Although, unlike the movie, some of the archives are actually open to scholars. Holt was able to take his cameras into some of the restricted rooms that are usually open to Vatican officials only; including a room that is climate controlled much like the Angles and Demons movie.

Inside Secret Government Warehouses: Shocking Revelations is top notch and well worth your time. Check it out this Sunday July 11th at 9 PM (ET/PT) on Syfy and let me know what you think!