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Fact from Myth: BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea video explores the mysteries of Rapture

Myles Bloom -- presumably linked to Alistar Bloom from the previous BioShock Infinite videos, "Fact from Myth," -- is hosting a new show of the same concept.

Bloom isn't investigating the floating city of Columbia this time around; rather, he is exploring the mysteries surrounding the underwater city of Rapture -- particularly a mysterious woman in upstate New York who seems to have a connection to the people in the painting. I'm thinking they are Booker and Elizabeth, but what's her connection?

On a side note, you may notice that the name and theme of the show's production company has been altered. Possibly due to Columbia's cease from existence?

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