Aired on Dec 09, 2009
The Amityville Horror was perhaps history's most famous haunting. Nearly every known form of paranormal activity was experienced in this Long Island home. Could the spirit have returned? There are eerily similar phenomena occurring in a new location. MysteryQuest investigates using new technology built specifically for their investigation as they try to prove that these demonic spirits not only exist but that they've taken over.
Aired on Dec 02, 2009
To this day no one knows the true purpose of Stonehenge, the ancient monument in the British countryside. There are many theories: a shrine celebrating a god; an ancient solar calendar; or maybe a sacrificial altar for an unknown pagan religion. MysteryQuest travels to the ancient ruin with a new theory--that ancient people may have used the sound reverberations inside this circle to induce a trance-like state among participants in ancient rituals. Were there bizarre rituals, even sacrifices, to some long-forgotten god? The team will attempt to find evidence that could crack open this persistent mystery.
Aired on Nov 04, 2009
This island in the middle of San Francisco Bay has a forbidding reputation. Native Americans believed it to be a place of evil spirits. When it became a federal prison in 1934, only the most violent and difficult prisoners in the U.S. were sent there. It was reputed to be escape proof; only three men have ever managed to get off the island. They left in 1962 and have never been found. MysteryQuest investigates to determine whether they could have survived the icy waters of San Francisco Bay.
Aired on Oct 21, 2009
Aired on Oct 14, 2009
Newly declassified documents are providing the opportunity for a deeper investigation into whether governments around the world are engaged in a cover-up of UFO research. MysteryQuest's expedition and science teams travel to locations in the Nevada desert and in Utah to investigate. Using state of the art technology they investigate these covert US government sites looking for clues about what the government may know. And they experience just how much the government wants to keep its secrets when military helicopters and a fighter jet shadow the team on their trek near the base.
Aired on Oct 07, 2009
The lost city of Atlantis was said to be home to an advanced civilization that thrived almost 12,000 years ago. Some believe that those who lived in Atlantis may have been capable of space travel. But legend says the city disappeared suddenly and violently, swallowed by the ocean in a single day. For centuries, explorers and archaeologists have been trying to locate the submerged ruins of this legendary city. MysteryQuest's expedition team will reveal new sonar evidence of underwater structures discovered in the Atlantic Ocean. The team dives on these sites to retrieve samples and will use the latest technology and carbon dating analysis to explore whether they could be clues to uncovering the location of the lost city.
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