Megan Fox's Travel Channel archaeology reality show surprisingly makes perfect sense
Legends of the Lost with Megan Fox actually works. The first episode, says LaToya Ferguson is "an absolute rollercoaster of emotion. Even acknowledging Fox’s noted love of history, archaeology, and the mysteries of the universe, it’s still kind surreal to watch her go around with a walking stick in the Scandinavian woods and call upon her spirit guides during a Viking vision-quest in the middle of the night. Seriously — that actually happens, though it’s not as exciting as it may sound because eventually, you’re just watching a person you don’t know have a vision-quest in the middle of the night."
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