Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction (1997–2002)
[at the end of "House of Shadows" segment]
Jonathan Frakes: In deciding whether this story is fact or fiction, put yourself in Ally's place. Are you occupying a space where trust resides or are you sitting in a house of lies?
Announcer: Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, hosted by Jonathan Frakes. Tonight your challenge is to separate what is true from what is false. Five stories, some real, some fake. Can you judge which are fact and which are fiction? To find out, you must enter a world of both truth and deception, a world that is beyond belief.
[at the beginning of segment "The House on Baker Street"]
James Brolin - Host: The story of young lovers defying the wishes of their parents is as old as Romeo and Juliet and as new as today. The next story involves an ill-fated love-revenge and things that go bump in the night. And as you'll see at the conclusion of our story, Romeo and Juliet were never like this. Just ask the neighbors.
Announcer: [Opening Sequence] Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, hosted by Jonathan Frakes. We live in a world where the real and the unreal live side by side, where substance is disguised as illusion, and the only explanations are unexplainable. Can you separate truth from fantasy? To do so, you must break through the web of your experience and open your mind to things beyond belief.