Ten years ago, the town of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, was traumatized when a local church's secret Satan worship, ritualized child molestation, and animal sacrifices came to light. Rust Cohle may be a fictional character, and time may not really be a flat circle, but that sounds an awful lot like the events of the first season of HBO's hit True Detective. In this episode of our brand-new series The Real, we went down to Ponchatoula to meet Stuart Murphy and Tom Tedder, two law enforcement officials who helped put these terrible, true events in Ponchatoula's rearview mirror.
Post by Keg City Chairman Kavanaugh on Apr 9, 2015 16:15:31 GMT -6
Had the cable cut for over a year now and don't miss it at all. I use my parents cable info to get watch espn and btn and it works great. Otherwise it's just Netflix and hulu and that covers us the rest of the time. Don't really care about hbo I use plex with my brothers htpc that pulls down every show and movie I could possibly want to watch.