The Unexplained Files Airs Monday to Friday at 10 PM Only on Discovery Channel
What is the truth behind some of the world’s strangest abductions, mutated species and alien occurrences? Do these unheard of phenomena’s go beyond the realm of nature and science? Discovery Channel’s new series THE UNEXPLAINED FILES unveils what lies beyond the shock and awe of truly bewildering experiences. Every Monday to Friday 10PM, Discovery Channel features unsolved disappearances and UFO encounters, the world’s most mysterious manuscripts and reported curses. It’s time to investigate actual, inexplicable happenings that have confounded scientists and inspired legends.
Each episode offers captivating explanations that will leave even the most skeptical viewers leaning forward wondering what is and is not possible. The series kicks off with an age-old enigma: ‘Have UFOs made contact with human beings?’ and investigates the story of Frederick Valentich, a pilot on a routine training flight, who reported the sighting of a strange unidentifiable aircraft hovering over him. This was only minutes before he disappeared. Since then, Valentich and his plane were never to be seen again.
In Texas, THE UNEXPLAINED FILES describes a bizarre hairless, blue-skinned, blue-eyed and hunchbacked creature that preys on local livestock and farm animals. Heading to a remote village in Sicily, the series explores the random combustion of household objects. Viewers can find out what these strange animals could possibly be; and why televisions and wardrobes were bursting into flames at random. The series also takes a look at the world’s most puzzling tome, the Voynich Manuscript, which is hundreds of years old. It appears to be written in an unknown language and contains images of things we never knew existed.
Join renowned scientists, credible experts and first-hand eyewitnesses as they present never-before-seen footage and share their mystifying experiences in THE UNEXPLAINED FILES every Monday to Friday 10PM, only on Discovery Channel.
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