Real FacesCity: Fredericton
Real Faces is a show about larger than life people. Their stories are joyful, tragic, strange and sincere. They range from the exhilarating to the horrifying. We interview people like MMA Fighters, Drag Queens, Soldiers, Refugees and Residential School Survivors.
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Episode 1 - Memory Loss Victim - Forgetting Yesterday
After a traumatic brain injury, Katrina O’Neil forgot the previous ten years of her life. When she woke up from her coma, she had no memory of the birth of her three children.
Episode 2 - Alien Expert - There’s Something in the Sky
Stanton Friedman was a world-renowned expert in all things UFO. In 2019, he passed away at 84. This episode delves into his life’s work.
Episode 3 - Ketamine Therapy Recipient - The Chemistry of Ketamine
Trevor Bungay is a former sergeant in the Canadian military. He walks us through his experience with PTSD and how ketamine therapy has helped him.
Episode 4 - Drag Performer - Smooth as Silk
Heather Silk is one of the most beloved drag queens in Fredericton. Heather explains the appeal of drag and takes us to one of her performances.
Episode 5 - Prepper - The End of the World as we know it
After 20 years of military service, Cary Baker opened up a survivalism store. Cary talks with us about how society could collapse and what we should do to prepare ourselves.
Episode 6 - MMA Fighter - Not Guts, No Glory
Jake “The Beast” Cunningham is getting ready for his ﬁrst ﬁght in 10 years. This episode analyzes what drives Jake to engage in such a dangerous pursuit.
Episode 7 - Ukrainian Refugee - Starting Over
Alisa Fartunasa is an 18-year-old refugee from Ukraine. She arrived in Canada in mid-May. Her home city is currently being occupied by Russia and her father is a member of the military.
Episode 8 - Residential School Survivor - Hell on Earth
Vaughn Nicholas is a former chief of the Tobique tribe. As a child, he suﬀered through the Residential School system. He discusses what it was like surviving in one and the lasting eﬀects it has had on his community.