Episode: CONSPIRACY: The Lead Masks Case


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CONSPIRACY: The Lead Masks Case

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In the 60s two men were found deceased, laying side by side on a hill with strange homemade masks. Despite a lengthy investigation and decades of intrigue no one has been about to say how exactly these two men died or why. And all these years later we are left to wonder if perhaps their deaths are the result of something out of this world.


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