From medical oddities to abnormal natural disasters to puzzling disappearances,this investigative series delves into all manner of mysteries. With William Shatner as your host
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From medical oddities to abnormal natural disasters to puzzling disappearances,this investigative series delves into all manner of mysteries. With William Shatner as your host

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The scenes featuring William Shatner were recorded at his home in Studio City. See more »

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When they're talking about a man who got struck by lightning William Shatner say that he's the world's only living man to survive six lightning strikes. But later Shatner say that he's the only person in recorded history to survive six lightning strikes. However the Guiness Boook of World Records lists the late park ranger Roy Sullivan as having survived seven lightning strikes so only Shatner's first statement is true. See more »

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Chewing gum for the brain
2 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

Some of Mr. Shatner's stick is so hilarious it's worth watching just to see it. The science is lite, something to think about without straining your brain. If NOVA is like eating, this show is like chewing gum. Topics are explored from several points of view. The science is real, but the topics are not covered in great depth. I feel the balance is good for an entertainment show. The deadpan delivery used to introduce weird topics like zombies or Mothman cracks me up. Some of the things that are explored are just silly, but it all seems to work. Mr. Shatner reminds me a little of "Elvira Mistress of The Dark" hosting movies.... except it is executed with that wonderful Shatner flair. It's all in good fun. Weird or What?.. I enjoy it!


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