APOCALYPTIC WEATHER, SUDDEN EXPLOSIONS AND UNIDENTIFIED CREATURES CAUGHT ON CAMERA IN A NEW SEASON OF “STRANGE EVIDENCE” ON SCIENCE CHANNEL
New Season Premieres Thursday, June 11, at 9 PM ET/PT on Science Channel
Around the globe, billions of cameras are watching our every move. Whether on the streets, at work or at home, they see everything – even the bizarre and inexplicable. From apocalyptic weather occurrences and remarkable physical feats to unidentified creatures and the seemingly supernatural, cameras capture things that appear impossible and defy logic. In an all new season of STRANGE EVIDENCE, experts investigate these mysteries caught on tape and carry out forensic analysis to determine the truth behind these unusual events.
An all-new season of STRANGE EVIDENCE premieres Thursday, June 11 at 9pm ET/PT on Science Channel.
Throughout this season of STRANGE EVIDENCE, experts will investigate oddities from around the world captured on camera. In Nashville, a local man investigates a strange smell when suddenly the sidewalk beside him explodes into flames. Could it be connected to a nearby vehicle wreck or caused by a bootleggers’ hidden stash? In Hong Kong, a fisherman captures what appears to be the parting of the sea. But was this really a miracle reminiscent of the Old Testament, or a rare weird weather event? Workmen in Canada are dumbfounded when they film an enormous humanoid figure throwing a tree trunk in the forest. What beast is capable of throwing such massive weight, and is there a rational explanation?
From mysterious pulsing blue lights in New York City to strange aquatic monsters captured deep beneath the sea in Japan, STRANGE EVIDENCE investigates footage from around the world that appears to defy reason.
STRANGE EVIDENCE is produced for Science Channel by WAG Entertainment. For WAG Entertainment, Mark Carter is executive producer. For Science Channel, Wyatt Channell is executive producer.
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DISCOVERY+ AND SCIENCE CHANNEL EXPLORE ALL THINGS WEIRD AND UNEXPLAINED IN ALL-NEW SEASONS OF "STRANGE EVIDENCE" AND "WHAT ON EARTH?"
Both Series to Stream Thursday, March 11 on discovery+
Ghostly figures, abandoned islands, floating orbs and other mysteries unwittingly captured by technology are ready to be investigated on the all-new seasons of STRANGE EVIDENCE and WHAT ON EARTH?, both streaming Thursday, March 11 on discovery+.
In a year when things can't seem to get any more bizarre, both series will dissect the mysteries and creepiness of things that goes bump in the night. The series will also run back-to-back on March 11 with STRANGE EVIDENCE airing at 9 PM ET/PT followed by WHAT ON EARTH? at 10 PM ET/PT on Science Channel.
STRANGE EVIDENCE will pick up from last season, delving into the untold stories that continue to baffle experts around the world. This season will include new forensic analysis to uncover the truth behind videos of bizarre and inexplicable events. Scientists will inspect unexplained footage, such as an ape-like humanoid chasing after a car full of teenagers in Russia to a mysterious low-flying object passing over a house in England to determine if the events recorded are explainable or not.
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