Scattered around the world are long-forgotten engineering marvels, decaying cities and empty factories that once stood on the cutting edge of design and construction. Today they are ... See full summary »
In Strange Evidence, a team of experts analyses footage that seems to defy explanation, including levitating cars on a freeway, a statue that appears to move on its own, and a spontaneous burst of flames.
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Unsealed Alien Files investigates documents of alien and UFO encounters, made accessible to the public by the Freedom of Information Act. Each episode tackles a compelling alien case by opening these previously off-limit secret files.
John B. Wells,
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There are some TV shows that make you want to put your fist through the screen and this is one of them. The Discovery Channel does itself no favours with this wildly over-hyped "science" series and, in fact, probably does its credibility a lot of damage. The concept? Take some normal satellite images of unusual shapes and colours on the face of the Earth, add lots of zoom-swish sound effects, breathlessly amazed commentary by a bunch of "experts" and then imagine every half-baked wild-eyed mystery theory you can think of before you finally reveal the perfectly logical explanation that a whole bunch of locals knew about all along. Only the truly gullible would fall for this kind of tripe. Sadly, it appears that's what the Discovery Channel thinks of its viewers. I would give it a zero out of 10 if I could but the count doesn't go that low. I have to ask: Is this how Americans really view the world outside their own borders?
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