"The Unexplained Files" (TV show) is a series on Science Channel that invites viewers on a mystifying journey that will challenge disbelief.

From strange abductions, to mutated species, to bizarre occurrences, there are some phenomena that science cannot — or will not — explain. This series unveils some of these shocking and mind-boggling cases from around the world.

From mysterious disappearances and UFO encounters, to unidentified fanged predators and reported curses, this series investigates actual, inexplicable occurrences that have confounded scientists and inspired legends.

Join renowned scientists, credible experts and first-hand eyewitnesses as they present riveting never-before-seen footage and share their vivid first-person accounts of truly bewildering experiences. The series will take viewers on a thrilling expedition presenting some of the most shocking and interesting stories ever told. Within the bizarre yet factual world of the series, viewers will discover that seeking explanations often leads to compelling questions of the unfamiliar and unexplainable.

The series ventures to Texas to research bizarre hairless, blue-skinned, blue-eyed and hunch-backed creatures that prey on local livestock and farm animals-leaving Texans questioning what these strange animals could possibly be. The series also takes a look at the world's most puzzling tome, the Voynich Manuscript, which is hundreds of years old, appears to be written in an unknown language and contains images of non-existent plants. Who wrote this unbreakable cipher and what does it mean? Heading to Australia, the series delves into the story of Frederick Valentich, a pilot on a routine training flight, who reported that a strange and unusual aircraft was hovering over him just minutes before he disappeared. Valentich and his plane were never seen again. These unsolved mysteries stem from reliable sources offering trembling accounts and daunting evidence that will leave the audience contemplating whether these odd predicaments and occurrences are true or stranger than fiction.

Season 2

Season 2 will feature a number of factual stories from around the globe, venturing to Bosnia-Herzegovina where a geologist claims to have found pyramids that predate the ancient pyramids of Egypt by 7,000 years. In another episode, "The Unexplained Files" follows the latest expedition to the remote Lake Labynkyr in Siberia, Russia where people have reported seeing a large, underwater creature. Searching through the fissures and tunnels, experts may have discovered completely new strains of life under the lake's surface. The series also examines a strange connection between UFOs and nuclear weapons. For years, military personnel in the U.S., U.K. and Russia witnessed UFOs over nuclear installations and in some cases all nuclear warheads stored there have become inoperable. Are UFOs targeting sensitive nuclear weapons sites?

"The Unexplained Files" is produced for Science Channel (US) and Discovery Networks International by Raw TV Ltd. For Science Channel (US) and Discovery Networks International, Josh Berkley is executive producer. For Science Channel, Bernadette McDaid is vice president of production and Deborah Adler Myers is general manager and executive vice president. For Discovery Networks International, Sarah Davies is commissioning editor and executive producer. For Raw, Dimitri Doganis and Ben Fox are executive producers, and Bart Layton is creative director.


Network: Science Channel
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: August 28, 2013
Seasons: 3
Production Company: Raw TV Ltd.

'The Unexplained Files' Season 2 Kicks Off with Exorcism — Prtemiering Tuesday, July 29, the sophomore season of the Science Channel series returns to investigate strange, mind-boggling phenomena that science cannot — or will not — explain. Read more...
'The Unexplained Files' Investigates Bizarre Phenomena — Premiering Wednesday, August 28, the new Science Channel series explores mysterious cases that science cannot — or will not — explain. Read more...

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