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Jim Roberts and the Cult of the Garbage Eaters

Jim Roberts and the Cult of the Garbage Eaters

Who is Jim Roberts and those who follow his prophecies? Stuff They Don't Want You To Know looks at the Brethren (aka) cult of the garbage eaters.


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