Vids I Dig 469: Whang!: The Most Mysterious Song on the Internet – The Radio Playlist Logs

Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: One of the most awaited leads in the Most Mysterious Song on the Internet, Paul Baskerville’s song playlists are here! However, the song was not found in the lists. However, the show had several other DJs whose complete song lists we are awaiting.

Vids I Dig 447: Whang!: Was ‘Yoshi’s Island’ Supposed to be a ‘Donkey Kong’ Game? – Gaming Mysteries

Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: One of the biggest revelations of the recent Nintendo Gigaleaks was a prototype found in the Yoshi’s Island directory called “Super Donkey.” Could this point to Yoshi’s Island beginning development as a Donkey Kong game?

Vids I Dig 439: Whang!: Purity: The Slipknot Crime Mystery – Tales From the Internet

Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: After the release of Slipknot’s self titled album, it was replaced with a new version that removed two of its tracks: Purity and Frail Limbs Nursery. This was due to an issue with a crime website. Here is a look at what happened.

Vids I Dig 431: Whang!: The Lost ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Movie – Tales From the Internet

Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: In 1999, William “Tony” Hooper, son of Tobe Hooper, began work on a spinoff of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre about the character Choptop, played once again by Bill Mosely. Although it has been over 20 years, however, the movie has yet to be released despite being mostly finished.

Vids I Dig 423: Whang!: ‘Final Fantasy VII’ Myths – Angelfire Adventures

Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: By now, we know that there’s no way to bring back Aeris in the original Final Fantasy VII, nor fight Turquoise Weapon or the Rainbow Chocobo. But back then, people were holding out hope. Here is a look at these rumors through the lens of some of the websites at the time.

Vids I Dig 415: Whang!: The ‘Zelda’ Song and Other Mislabeled Napster Files – Tales From the Internet

Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: Napster was home to a lot of files that were mislabeled, yet were so frequently downloaded that everyone knows them. Here’s a look at the “System of a Down” Zelda song, the Kerpal prank call that’s often misattributed to the Jerky Boys, and one person’s attempt to troll the Dir en Grey fanbase.

Vids I Dig 406: Whang!: The Wizard of Gore (1970) – Best Bad Movies

Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: I’ve always been a big fan of movies that are “so bad that they’re good,” and most of my all time favorites of this type of film are by a director named HG Lewis. Here is a look at one of his all time classics, The Wizard of Gore (1970)