Starpulse: How long have conspiracy theories been an interest of yours?
Jesse Ventura: Well, it started back actually in my days when wrestling made the transition from the 26 territories to being a nationwide sport. Well what that did was it took us out of automobiles and put us on airplanes. And if you've ever traveled a lot, at one point I wrestled 63 consecutive nights in a row, you find out there's a lot of dead time in an airplane and an airport so I read. I got into reading to reading conspiracy, particularly the John F. Kennedy assassination that happened when I was a child, and I find it very intriguing reading because you realize there is always the possibility that what you are reading is true. And there's always the possibility that who you read about are actual living, breathing people, or they were. It's not a figment of a novelist's imagination or characters made up in their head. And so I have always found that intriguing and it was natural that this show would come about because of my passion for delving into this type of thing.
How do you pick what conspiracy theories to cover for the show?