Perfect Match - Snap #704

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Belly Of The Beast

If you're smart, you keep your enemy off guard, but even the smartest, tricksiest, craftiest must enter..."The Belly Of The Beast." 

Featuring one man who was swallowed by a hippo ( for real), and another who fought his way out of the city's dirty underbelly.


The Real Black Klansman

Featuring a new story from the "Real Black Klansman" Detective Ron Stallworth. On the next Snap...we're going face to face with "The Klan." Includes a bonus Snap Classic story from boogie-woogie pianist Daryl Davis, author of "Klan-Destine Relationships."


All Eyes On Me

Stories about that moment when everyone in the room, everyone in the building, everyone in the world, is looking right at you.


Talk Of The Town

On the next all new Snap Judgment…”Talk of the Town.” Stories about that moment when you realize, everyone is talking about you.


Man On A Mission

On the next Snap Judgment... "Man on a Mission." Lead, follow or get out of the way. It's amazing stories that will not be denied.


Return To Kuku Island

In the 1970s, thousands of Vietnamese refugees were left on the remote Anambas Islands in Indonesia. They were stranded without food, water, and shelter, forced to survive off the land. Now, almost 40 years later, one woman wants to go back to those distant islands, one last time.

Check out the photo gallery from producer Liz Mak's time on Kuku Island

 


Caught Up

On the next Snap..."Caught Up." You think you make your own decisions, go your own way, forge your own path, but you look up and realize...you're playing someone else's game.


Subterfuge

 On the next all-NEW Snap Judgment, put your dark glasses and trench coat on…’cause we’re going undercover. We proudly present “Subterfuge.”


Campfire Tales V

An all new season of Spooked, the podcast, is dropping early August. In this episode, we’re featuring some of our favorite stories from Spooked, season one.


Perfect Match

On the next Snap, "Perfect Match." You've seen them around, holding hands, stars in their eyes...and you wonder how they do it. Do they know something we don't?


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