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Interesting Family Guy Episode Concerning Boston Bombings


Episode is called Turban Cowboy

Here is Paul Joseph Watson's Analysis:

Family Guy Episode Predicted Boston Marathon Attack
An episode of the popular show Family Guy which was first aired less than a month ago eerily predicted the Boston Marathon bombings, depicting the main character detonating two bombs in addition to winning the marathon by killing the rest of the participants.



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Maybe a psycho go the idea from the show!

The show is repulsive anyway.

Jefferson's picture


the same "psychos" got the idea for 9/11 from this show. (also aired in March before the event)

SteveMT's picture

A man in a cave with a laptop and a modem saw this episode.

I guess that is want the government wants us to believe. They don't want us to believe that they did it and only want us to blame this same in a cave watching American TV.

What's in that picture?

On the infowars link in the OP, the still shot for the video shows a yellowish haze above the man on the ground...reminds me what is depicted as a soul leaving the body. Anyone know if the person on the ground was deceased? Just curious, not being morbid.

Jefferson's picture


you were the first to post this info, I added some other videos and articles to your OP to consolidate things a little. I hope you don't mind.

The creator of "Family Guy" supposedly narrowly missed being on one of the alleged hijacked planes on 9/11.

"On September 11, 2001, he was scheduled to return to Los Angeles on American Airlines Flight 11, after being a keynote speaker at his alma mater, the Rhode Island School of Design, in Rhode Island. Fortunately for MacFarlane, his travel agent told him his flight would leave Logan Airport at 8:15am, when it was actually scheduled to depart at 7:45am. MacFarlane arrived at Boston Logan Airport a few minutes after boarding was stopped on his flight and he was told he would have to wait for the next flight. An hour later, Flight 11 was flown into the North Tower of the World Trade Center, killing everyone on the plane. MacFarlane quickly contacted his parents after the plane hit the WTC to tell them he was not on it and was alive."