This is a world wide web site dedicated to those who remember the 1980's Kids TV show Funhouse. Sometimes known as Uncle Sam's Funhouse. Funhouse was broadcast
for over two years around 84 to 86. Nothing on the WWW looks like it has been written about it so we are here as fans of the show to talk about and remember it. It is
over 10 years since Funhouse was on our TV's and we think it is about time for a revival folks! Funhouse was a wholesome Kids show that showed the best of America. It
was funny and educational and was also admired by many elders and parents who sat down to watch it with their children. Uncle Sam - played by Chuck Bentos - was a real
hoot and he got up to all kinds of mischief. The kids in the show, Martha, Delroy, Ernesto, Mandy and Elliot were great little actors and it is hard to believe that we
never got to see them as grown up actors in the movies and regular TV. My friend Bud from San Francisco reckons Delroy became a dentist or a doctor and Elliot worked for
a fancy bank or something, but we don't know diddlysquat about what happened to Mandy, Ernesto and Martha. Do you any of you folks have video tapes or even DVD's of any
episodes? We have searched video stores for tapes but just can't find anything. Also, if you remember which network produced the show it would be real helpful.
This is the Electronic Mail (e-mail) address you can reach us on.
Please share your stories with us! We put them below.
Kanga from Norfolk, VA writes “I remember Funhouse. It went around 4pm on Monday, Tues and Wednesday afternoons and featured a bunch of kids trying to escape from the evil Dr. Sam and his helpers. It was a cool show. Can’t remember which network it was on but it was poular with me and my buddies in the eighties. Mandy was real cute!”
A.Besant276@excite.com write “We used to sit down as a family and watch Uncle Sams Funhouse together. It was really funny and the kids were smart. They used to compete in like a quiz show at the end if I remember right and they could win a VCR”
Darryl Porter from Minot writes “Dear website. I had this conversation so many times with friends. None of them can remember uncle sam funhouse and I thought I was beginning to be the only one who remembers it. It kinda creeped me out as a kid because the uncle sam was a real douchebag who was mean to ever body. I might be mixng it up with another show but I remember one episode where the gang was locked in these like underground cages. It was also fun to watch, just wish my friends remembered it. I will the show them this internet page to prove it. Thanks, D.P.”
firstname.lastname@example.org writes “me and my girlfriends had a mad crush on Ernesto. We hated Mandy and Martha because we thought Ernesto paid them too much attentions. kids, uh?”
email@example.com from South FLA, “I do not know anyone I bring it up with remember it. I thought I was going crazy!!!! Everyone on the base I grew up on watched it but so many people reckon they never saw it. Thank you for this. Looking forward to what people have got to say about it.”
Frank Pierson from Chicago wrote “A guy from work talks about this TV show from the 1980’s it must be the same one. He said it spooked him when he was a kid. He’s around 25 now so the time must be right. I never heard of it before until I seen this. I will tell him about this place.”
firstname.lastname@example.org from Accident, Maryland “There was never a show called The Funhouse or Uncle Sams Funhouse. I been through this dozen times with people. the show did not happen. There was a show called funhouse. It was not a KIDS TV SHOW THOUGH! Chuck Bentos ( Six Million Dollar Man, Charlies angels) the actor was in it and it was about a soldier serving in Vietnam. Folks are just remembering wrong and mixing it up. This was 10 or 11 eleven years back, maybe more, so things get remembered wrong that’s all.”
miscownM12@aol.com “Are you kidding me? EVERYONE remembers Funhouse! ; least they do in my family. Sam was a bit like Freddy from Elm Street. He was scary but that’s what we tuned in for. One time I remember him killing some cute little bunny rabbits and crying. I was sure he had actually chopped their heads off. I’m sure we have some vhs tapes of the show in our garage.”
Hillybooey43@lycos.com wrote “I hated that program! It gave me the creeps. Why would anybody wanna remember it anyhow?”
Jed Langton from SF says “I got friends who lived on a military base remember it. Was it made for army brats or something? I never saw the show but I heard them talk about it.”
GramHellion@geocities.org from Scranton PA, wrote “It freaked me the f**k out, and me and my sisters where made to watch by my Stepdad for some reason. I never liked it, always made me feel icky and uncomfortable. I remember one one time that monster Sam tied the kids up in chairs and pulled out a chainsaw, like straight outta Texas Chainsaw movie. The hell was going on? That’s not kids TV. Thanks.”
Sabrina Garrity email@example.com from Dallas says “The funhouse was super freaky. The kids in it, Martha, Elliot, the others, were great actors. The stories were always a but strange and I could never figure out that uncle sam character, but yeah, it was popular with me and my friends growing up in the 80.”
Golfcrazyhiker@hotbot.net wrote “I never saw a show of it but I heard all the kids in it died real young like that little girl from Poltgeist movies by spielberg. My wife saw lots of it when she was growing up near Langley. It was definite not aired in New York area that’s for sure.”
Frannyfirstname.lastname@example.org Washington, DC. “I have had this conversation many many times with people my age. I don’t know anybody who can recall it. I was sure I had dreamed it. Yes, it was a kind of spooky scary show where the young actors and actresses were being chased by the Uncle character. it was a pretty bold show. One time they were given pills and looking back on it now it was obviously LSD acid and they were tripping. I never figured out if it was trying to say something or just being zany and whacky. Anyway, thanks for taking the time to put this together. My husband knows now I am not going gaga!”
chesterTooo49@aol.com “I want to reply to Jed Langton. Yes, it seems it was broadcast to those kids whose folks were stationed on US military bases. It is the only explanation. I was trying to find out if the US army had some kind of personnel only TV station. It seems a bit odd in my opionin I saw it once when I was visiting family who lived at Fort Base Lewis-McChord out on Puget Sound. Could I ask if the people replying on here were children from US military families?
Mal Vincent from Louiseville, Kentucky says “Great show, very very funny. Chuck Bentos played the kid catcher or whatever. I remember him in six million dollar man, streets of San Franciso and Rock Ford files. I liked him. I used to watch it with my kids and tell ‘em that Chuck Bentos was gonna get ‘em if they acted up.”
email@example.com wrote, “my husband - who has passed away - did talk about Uncle Sam’s Funhouse and I remember him saying it was really terrifying for a kids TV show. I never saw it myself but I am now intrigued. There does not seen to be anything about it on the web like you said. I even recall him saying once that it scarred him as a kid. I don’t know if he was fooling around, but it does make me think after reading some of those things on here. If anyone wants to write to me on my e-mail address they can. Thanks, Tammy.”
BudKlinecarpenter@angelfire.co.us from Memphis, “I can’t tell you the amount of times I’ve tried talk to people about that show but nobody remembers it. I asked a friend of my sister who works in TV if he could find out more about it for me and he can up empty handed. It’s good to know that other people on here remember it. Thank you for your time and effort. I will be sure to keep logging in and visiting this website.”
Lenny Parker wrote from Tuscon, “I have been through this before. There was never a TV show called Funhouse. Folks are just remembering wrong. One of my employees used to rant and rave about it and I got it checked out. It turns out like a lot of people he’s just getting different shows confused with each other.”
KAY_renovations.ed.cu wrote “You should stay away from that s**t! A close relative of mine drove themselves crazy trying to find out about that show. He was brought up on a US military facility like some others who commented. Something not right about that so called Kids Show. That’s all I’m saying.”
allstationKevinM17@webcrawler.net from Willmington writes, “It was a very strange and dark show from what I can remember. I’m 28 now (as of writing 1997) so would have been 14 when it came out. I remember thinking it was the weirdest show for kids I’d ever seen. Nothing seemed to make sense in it and I always thought those kid actors were a little disturbed.”
Moynhihan.Gar@aol.com wrote, “I LOVED THAT SHOW! Still don’t know anybody who remembers it except you guys though. Would love to find some recordings if anybody wants to share. Yep, I too had a big crush on Mandy. I was ten at the time. Uncle Sam was a pantomime villian. I thought he was funny.”
JamieForresterUS@neocities.org from New Mexico writes, “I don’t wanna sound paranoid or goofy, but Funhouse was never aired. I know this because my niece works at national broadcasting level and I asked her to check it out. They have logs and history of everything ever aired in the US and she says it was not even on local community TV. Weird though, I DO REMEMBER SEEING IT. Yeah, that’s right. I saw it!!! Don’t ask me how. I’ve usually got a pretty good memory so I can’t work it out. Another strange thing from my childhood though. Do you remember THE BERENSTEIN BEARS children books? I read all of them when I was a kid, but apparently they are now called The BERENSTAIN BEARS!!! Seriously. Check it out. I s**t you not my friends. Also, I’m a big fan of 007 James Bond movies, now unless I’ve gone mad I remember Dolly, the character Jaws from Moonraker fell in love with having BRACES ON HER TEETH just like Jaws. Watch it again. NO BRACES. I nearly fell out my chair when I was watching it recently on TV. I even got the VHS out and played it again. NO BRACES. To say I was shocked is putting it mildly!!!”
Emerson.Lou220@intravisitor.net writes “I got a cousin who was raised in Arkansas who used to talk about this show a lot but I never saw it. She said it was very creepy and gave her nightmares. Will send her a message to check out this website.”
Orlando_newbeats@geocities.net from Daytona Beach, “Just checked out Moonraker on video tape!!! WOW!!! You are right. I would swear on The Bible that Dolly had braces in that movie. BerenSTAIN bears as well. Is this some hoax or somethings???”
Mooxy G1818 wrote, “The Funhouse was only shown on military bases for the issues of serving personnel. The forces had there own programmes and studios back then where they made stuff.”
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote, “Used to hear classmates talk about it but never got to see it. It seemed to have a kinda cult following. There were some good and real inventive television shows back in the 80's. Gail_hunterreed@neocities.org from Quantico writes, “Funhouse was on army base TV, like a public broadcasting thing. I never really liked it and thought that Uncle Sam was pervy. One thing from your other commentor. Yes, I remember it as BerenSTEIN Bears, also STAR WARS. What color was C3 PO? I remembered him as being all gold, but look again. He’s got a SILVER LEG! I ain’t kidding. I laughed out loud for never noticing this before.”
Stevie Bennet writes from Michigan, “I just checked out 007 and Jeez! Yes, Dolly always had braces. Very strange. Far as Uncle’s Funhouse goes, can’t remember ever seeing it but another great show from the Eighties was Runners, about some kids being chased through the galaxy. Sci fi.”
Juliemcenroe@geocities.com wrote, “Mind blown. It was always BERENSTEIN BEARS. I read all those books as a kid. Have they just changed the name without telling anybody, like rebranding? This may sound a little weird as well but didn’t Kit-Kat always have the middle dash? Now it seems that it’s spelled Kitkat without it. I don’t remember it like that.”
Linopool.email@example.com wrote, “Reading your website and just for fun I thought I’d take a poll in our office. I asked 18 people whether it was Berenstein or Berenstain bears and 18 said Berenstein. Out of 10 people who see Moonraker movie, 10 said Dolly had braces on her teeth and that is why Jaws fell in love with her. A few said she was really hot though.”
firstname.lastname@example.org from Santa Monica writes, “Funhouse was yes for Army kids, I used to see it when I was visiting my cousin. She was terrified of it and yes, it was creepy and weird. They had a section where the gross old bald dude would hypmotize the kids and make them do stuff. Always found it odd but couldn’t really pin point it. A lot of shows back then were kind of strange don’t you think?”
Fisherman 1612 wrote, “You’re not gonna like what I’m saying but Uncle Sam’s Funhouse was part of a military intelligence psychological experiment on children. I know this because my Father worked for the CIA. Keep looking into it and you will find out. I do not want my email address printed thank you.”
email@example.com writes, "I do remember Uncle Sam's Funhouse but don't know anybody else who does. I thought I had imagined it. This is an interesting website. Keep it up."
Fisherman 1612 wrote, “You’re not gonna like what I’m saying but Uncle Sam’s Funhouse was part of a military intelligence psychological experiment on children. I know this because my Father worked for the CIA. Keep looking into it and you will find out. I do not want my email address printed thank you.”
Orlando from Vermont writes, “Chuck Bentos served in Vietnam before becoming an actor. He was a badass in real life allegedly. I never saw this Funhouse show but if he was the star I’ll bet it was cool.”
firstname.lastname@example.org says, “Got one for ya’all. OK, in Star Wars, Darth Vader says to Luke “Luke, I am your Father!” right? Wrong, he actually says, “No, I am your Father. WHAT???? Check it out. I’ve seen that movie maybe fifty times and never once have I heard Vader say it like that. What the f**k is going on???”
Yonny from Atlanta wrote, “Ah Funhouse. We loved that show growing up. My folks were stationed at Fort Benning. I’m thinking now it must have only aired for the kids of service personnel. I saw what someone wrote about Berenstein Bears and was blown away. I would swear it was always called that. The C3P0 leg is unbelievable too. I got one for ya: CUP O NOODLES is actually CUP NOODLES. I’m noticing a lot of things I remembered different.”
Juliemcenroe@geocities.com wrote, "This Berenstain Berenstein thing is really getting to me now. I would bet everything I had on it being Berenstein.
Gordon_jessop@geocities. net wrote, “There have been many disturbing experiments carried out by the US armed forces. Project QKHILLTOP. Copied this word for word from a book I have. “1954, the CIA developed an experiment called Project QKHILLTOP to study Chinese brainwashing techniques, which they then used to develop new methods of interrogation. Leading the research was Dr. Harold Wolff of Cornell University Medical School. After requesting that the CIA provide him with information on imprisonment, deprivation, humiliation, torture, brainwashing, hypnoses, and more, Wolff’s research team began to formulate a plan through which they would develop secret drugs and various brain damaging procedures. According to a letter he wrote, in order to fully test the effects of the harmful research, Wolff expected the CIA to “make available suitable subjects.” Another on was, “In the 1960s, Dr. Lauretta Bender of New York’s Creedmoor Hospital began what she believed to be a revolutionary treatment for children with social issues — electroshock therapy. Bender’s methods included interviewing and analyzing a sensitive child in front of a large group, then applying a gentle amount of pressure to the child’s head. Supposedly, any child who moved with the pressure was showing early signs of schizophrenia. Herself the victim of a misunderstood childhood, Bender was said to be unsympathetic to the children in her care. By the time her treatments were shut down, Bender had used electroshock therapy on over 100 children, the youngest of whom was age three.” There is also MK Ultra and Project Artichoke. I would not be surprised if this TV show was part of it all, especially with Military children involved.”
Baker.Joan409email@example.com wrote, "Uncle Sam's Funhouse was wonderful. I don't understand what people are saying. It was just a kids TV SHOW FOR CRYING OUT LOUD. The kids, especially Delroy and Elliot were terrific and
Chuck Bentos was always really scary but not in a bad way. I've not seen any videotapes of it but some must exist."
Hudsonmotor@info.altavista.net wrote from Austin TX, "Check this out! I bet as a kid you have to admit you have always went around saying MIRROR, mirror on the wall!" I was Snow White for Halloween when I was younger and I have a video of myself saying it the "wrong" way. It is actually MAGIC mirror on the wall. Who knew? Berenstein has ALWAYS been Berenstein not STAIN!"
Cheppo from Newport says, "Yes, Uncle Sam's Funhouse was the freakiest s**t I've ever seen in my life. Scared the crap out of me as a kid, and yes, I'm the son of a retired US Army Captain. I'm positive kids actually got hurt in the filming of that show. Not right."
Tonkamountainman@aol.com wrote, "Dolly now not wearing dental braces is genuinely disturbing me. I have seen all the Bond movies dozens of times on tv and videotape and at the movies and I am telling you she used to have braces. How the hell could this happen? Can they go back and change the film or something? I'm lost!"
Gordon_jessop@geocities.net wrote,"Here is more I found out about, "In 1943, the U.S. Navy exposed its own sailors to mustard gas. Officially, the Navy was testing the effectiveness of new clothing and gas masks against the deadly gas that had proven so terrifying in the first World War. The worst of the experiments occurred at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington. Seventeen and 18-year old boys were approached after eight weeks of boot camp and asked if they wanted to participate in an experiment that would help shorten the war. Only when the boys reached the Research Laboratory were they told the experiment involved mustard gas. The participants, almost all of whom suffered severe external and internal burns, were ignored by the Navy and, in some cases, threatened with the Espionage Act.
THE WEBMASTER writes, "If you do not want your e-mail address showing please say so in the body of the e-mail you send. Thanks, Kyle." Torchy@webcrawler.net says, "Chuck Bentos never appeared in a programme called Funhouse. I know because my sister is the president of his international fan club. You are all getting yourself confused and mixed up with something else." Camseaercherboy@aol.com writes, "The Dolly from Jaws thing is totally bogus. I KNOW SHE HAD BRACES ON HER TEETH. Me and my now wife once went to a Halloween ball dressed as Jaws and Dolly from Moonraker. I don't remember Uncle Sam's Funhouse for what it's worth. Interesting websight." firstname.lastname@example.org writes, "I remember Uncle Sam's Funhouse but wish I didn't. It was soooo weird and dark for a kids tv show. Johnson Briggs from Bridgemouth says, "“I cdn'uolt blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I was rdanieg: the phaonmneel pweor of the hmuan mnid. Aoccdrnig to a rseearch taem at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer be in the rghit pclae. The rset can be a taotl mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit a porbelm. Tihs is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe. Scuh a cdonition is arppoiatrely cllaed Typoglycemia… amzanig huh? Yaeh and you awlyas thguoht slpeling was ipmorantt. Aemn!” Carloswilliams@netscape.net wrote, "I can tell you without a doubt that Dolly had braces in that movie and Berenstein Bears has always been spelled that way." email@example.com writes, "I always thought Funhouse was some kind of mindf**k control thing. I was raised at the Presidio base in SF and we were made to watch it. Yes, made to watch it. I've never talked about it until now but I really do believe that we were being mind controlled for some reason." Delroy Daniels from LA wrote, “I was one of the kids that starred in Funhouse. If you knew only the real story behind it you wouldn’t be celebrating anything to do with it!” firstname.lastname@example.org writes, "I am astounded! I worked at Barnes & Nobel for nearly ten years and I can state that The Berenstein Bears books have changed name. The thing is, you can call the publisher and they insist they have always been called Berenstain. This is beyond uncanny. So too the thing with Dolly's braces in Jaws. Here's another one. Some of us might know the famous character known as Rich Uncle Pennybags, also known to many as Mr. Monopoly or Monopoly Man. Many carry the idea or image that it is illustrated with a monocle, the truth is that it has never been illustrated with a monocle. I'm not going crazy am I? Serious question."
Xavyy_kleeneze@aol.com from Trenton NJ wrote, "OK, I'm a film buff and there is no way Dolly was not wearing braces when she met Jaws in that scene. Check this out as well. "Picnic at the hanging rock" is an eerie Australian movie from 1975, set in 1890 about three school girls who disappeared on a school trip to a rocky hill area called hanging rock. When this movie is discussed, people keep saying that when they watch the movie now, they felt disappointed that the extremely creepy scene of a teacher walking strangely down the hill was cut out. Some even went on to claim that it was the creepiest seen they have ever seen in a movie. The actual fact is that this scene never actually existed. Rent it out if you remember the original version. You'll be shocked, I promise you." Westypaulemail@example.com writes from Yonkers,"There was a story in some magazine couple of years back, 93 I'm thinking, that talked about people remembering a show called Funhouse with some creepy old dude in it. I'll try find it. I do remember thinking the article was odd at the time." LouLou/channing@Lucispharma.com writes, "the 1994 movie titled “Forest Gump”. This movie had a famous line which says “Mama always said life IS like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” Well if you watch the movie now, what it says is “My mama always said life WAS like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” The book Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami, first published in Japanese in 1987, and in English in 1989, has the following: “Just remember, life is like a box of chocolates.” Pretty much confusing how many of us got the line all wrong, uh?" Zapperthefourth@timescape.net wrote, "Uncle Sams Funhouse was called what's known as a PSYOP. Look it up on the interwebs!"
firstname.lastname@example.org from Pheonix, AZ writes, "black magic and computers are working together to corrupt our Bibles. They are preparing the way for the antichrist and the one world religion. We’ve always known Bibles could be damaged by fire, water, and even a dog (they do like homework), and now our Bibles are being damaged through this evil technology. It’s not just our Bibles being changed. Concordances, encyclopedias, fiction and non-fiction books, movies, music, paintings, files, maps, and so much more are being affected. They are REWRITING history, just like Orwell’s 1984. It’s crazy and highly disturbing to see our Bibles change. The solace is that we know that no matter what happens to the Bible, Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever, and His Word is forever settled in heaven no matter what these wicked ones do to the Bible. Here are just a few examples: (1) Luke 6:49 (KJV) 49 But he that heareth, and doeth not, is like a man that without a foundation built an house upon the earth; against which the stream did beat vehemently, and immediately it fell; and the ruin of that house was great. Was sand, and stream was flood.(2) Job 19:23 (KJV) 23 Oh that my words were now written! oh that they were printed in a book! Was written on a scroll. Note: Johannes Gutenberg was the inventor of the printing press. Indeed, the German goldsmith’s 15th-century contribution to the technology was revolutionary — enabling the mass production of books and the rapid dissemination of knowledge throughout Europe. Job was written over 3,000 years ago. There were no printed books. (3) 1 Peter 4:8 (KJV) 8 And above all things have fervent charity among yourselves: for charity shall cover the multitude of sins. Was: love.(4) 1 Corinthians 16:15 (KJV) 15 I beseech you, brethren, (ye know the house of Stephanas, that it is the firstfruits of Achaia, and that they have addicted themselves to the ministry of the saints,)
Addicted used to be devoted. (5) Genesis 4:21 (KJV) 21 And his brother’s name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ. Organs were not invented yet. The correct word here is:lyre."
Timmy Pattinson from Orlando, FLA wrote, "I remember Uncle Sam's Funhouse but not with fond memories. Yeah, like others on this comments I was scared by it, in fact SCARRED would be a better way of putting it. There was something really wrong and twisted about that show. I was raised in Camp Blanding and we travelled a lot overseas. I only ever saw the show on the base and all the other kids I grew up with watched it. I'm now pretty much sold on it being some kind of weird experiment." email@example.com says, "I don't remember the show, I was 9 around 1984 and watched lots of TV. It's interesting that people want to write about it. Surely there must be some old tapes and recordings lying around? We got our first VCR in 84 and recorded everything. Got hundreds of tapes still." Gavin Richie wrote, "I can no longer deny what was printed on page 84 of the Authorized King James Version of the Holy Bible, that my Grandmother gave me in 1961, has been changed. It used to read, “For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him shall not perish, but have everlasting life.” Something changed the shall to should. There is no evidence visible to my naked eye as to how they did it. The verse, John 3:16 is still underlined in pencil. This underlining was done by the approximately 10-year-old me. I remember being taught the difference in being told something shall happen, as compared with being told that something should happen. It is a big difference. This change is a big deal. Very strange." firstname.lastname@example.org from Stanton says, "I think I remember watching a video tape of it in the late 1980's, 89 I reckon. A friend at Wendys where I was working showed a few of us it, and yes, it was super creepy for a teens tv show. There was a scene where the strange uncle character was brainwashing the kids and getting them to do real nasty things to the others. It was more like a drama horror than a fun kids show." email@example.com writes,"WOW! Just pulled out the tape and watched Moonraker scene with Dolly and Jaws. I am knocked out!!! She DEFINITELY had braces on her teeth before, I mean. how could she not have? That's how they fell in love." Eammon Cole says, "This is all a crock. Funhouse never existed. Ever. I heard about this before and it's just a buch of people remembering wrong. You can check out all the broadcasts the US military put out and none of them were kids tv shows. My Mom worked for forces broadcasting in the 70's right up until the start of this decade and she should know whether it went out or not. It's an urban myth. Simple as." firstname.lastname@example.org writes, "There exists a webpage called The Internet Movie Databases and Chuck Bentos is not credited with appearing in a show called Uncle Sam or Funhouse or Uncle Sam's Funhouse. I don't know how accurate the information is but it seems that it's pretty professional." CH Green from Baltimore says, "Dolly had braces. I don't know how they managed it but now she doesn't wear them. I just can't get my mind around the fact Darth Vader doesn't say "Luke I am your Father. What's going on?" email@example.com, "Talking about weird tv experiences, to this day I can not explain what happened. Was watching tv with friends and we landed on some 80s movie I used to watch over and over but hadn’t seen in a long time. I had the dialogue memorized and it all instantly came back and I knew what was going to be said next. Here’s the freaky part we changed channels and kept trying to find something to watch. I noticed that everything we watched was the same—I knew every line of dialogue as if I was remembering it from having memorized it. These were all things I had never watched before! Here’s the real freaky part—it started happening even when my friends were talking. An instant before they said anything, I knew word for word what they were saying. The effect only last an hour or so but it was bizarre!!”
Truth, Light & Justice Minstries wrote,"The age of deception is here and thanks to digital technology is now even easier to fool people in mass numbers. Seeing & hearing is no longer worth believing when it comes to digital technology. A photograph, a video, and a any sound can be digitally manipulated to show something that is not really there. This lead us to the topic of why the US will be switching all broadcasts from analog to digital.
The answer is a two part answer; first, the most obvious reason is because with digital broadcasting, it would be incredibly easy to manipulate a live image. So what does that mean, you may ask?
That means that they can show you for instance a “terrorist act” taking place that really never took place and then use the images as proof of why we must retaliate and go to war with a particular nation. This is very dangerous stuff.
Another reason why the switch from analog to digital is taking place, is a more malignant reason, and as reason # 1, most people are not aware of it and they should. Undisclosed sources, experts on reverse technology have informed that any television set manufacture after 1995 has the capability not only to receive a broadcast signal, but to also send one. That’s correct, any television manufactured after 1995 already has a built in feature to send a broadcast signal from your living room of live images of what’s happening in your home.
You may ask, how can this be possible?
Its really not as far fetched as you may think, experts say that anything that is built for one particular purpose, can in deed be reconfigured to perform the exact opposite. For instance, a car is built to drive forward but it can also go backwards, a blowing machine used to blow leaves can actually be reconfigure to do a sucking function. I believe we call those “vacuum cleaners”
OK, but how could they pull off such operation of such magnitude? (You may ask)
Well, they did this on stages, first stage was to begin manufacturing these TV sets with hidden cameras either behind the picture tube or on the remote sensor area.
Next, they would need to change the communication wiring network system to make it possible to receive multiple signals from multiple locations.
Well, you might remember that that’s been accomplished too. The system is called fiber optics and it’s been wired everywhere, phone lines and broadcasting lines in which are joined in one gigantic digital communication network.
Now, since they know that they won’t be able to spy and monitor people through an older television set model, their solution is ingenious.
You simply won’t be able to watch any television programming until you either, buy a newer set which already comes equipped to monitor you, or until you buy their TV box converters in which will come equipped with the same technology implanted on the newer TV models that will facilitate their monitoring of you by watching you in your own home!
Can’t afford a digital converter box?
Don’t worry, the government has millions of coupons that will assist you in getting one!
In other words, they want to be able to monitor every single one of us through hidden cameras in which will be installed on these devices to see and hear all that you do in the privacy of your own home.
This is called “New World Order”. In communist countries like Cuba, if you say something that the government doesn’t like, a secret police will report you to the higher authorities and you will be whisked away and no one will see or hear from you again. Why aren’t they doing that now? Well, the fact is that the carpet is being laid folks, and they will do just that in due time. The US constitution would have to be totally destroyed and some of you might already know that is already being accomplished. With the help of the media in which the NWO owns, people’s minds are being reshaped, controlled, and manipulated, in what they see, hear, or should believe is right, wrong, true, or false.
This is a fascist state known as the New world order, where your privacy, rights, and privileges will be gone like a thief in the night.
IWho writes the scripts for these people, and why do they insist we we are as dumb as a door knob? The fact is that be ready to be insulted, demoralized, ridiculed, and who knows what more, because you are a thinking person and have common sense.
The NWO, don’t like that one bit, so they will do their best to discredit the sources that produce truth. Folks, this is happening every day.
Any one with a legitimate question is being ridiculed, any one bringing legitimate concerns, its being labeled a “quack” a “nut” a “conspiracy fool” etc, etc.
Be ready, be prepare, be advised, because God does not allow anything to happen unless the people are informed and aware of what’s coming, but if you reject the truth, you are condemning yourself and you will be deceived.
And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.
2 Thessalonians 2:11-12 (King James Version)