Arthur attempts to find the reason behind the bizarre items which fall from the skies.
Are crop circles messages from extraterrestrial forces or clever hoaxes?
How they were built, where the design came from.
Professor Lu sets out to prove the existence of the Chinese Wildman.
Museum curators must recognize fake works of art.
Mysteriously built structures in Zimbabwe; multistoried buildings of New Mexico.
Religious and nonreligious Virgin Mary sightings.
People report of fish falling from the sky.
People report of phantom buildings and suddenly deserted communities.
A Renaissance-era map suggests the charting of Antarctica hundreds of years ago.
Some animals are suspected of possessing psychic powers.
Phenomena of Indian culture; snake charmers; children raised by wolves.
Reports of encounters with the living dead.
The extinction of the dinosaur.
The Bermuda Triangle.
Ancient Mayan civilizations.
Stone statues of Easter Island.
Shroud of Turin; religious phenomena.
Controversy surrounds the formation of crop circles.
Alleged accounts of encounters with aliens.
New insights into the pyramids and ancient mounds.
Tales of curses and omens reject logical explanation.
Near-death and out-of-body experiences.
Mysterious shipwrecks; mermaids; phosphorescence.
The use of psychic powers to solve crimes.
The brochs of Scotland; Phaistos of Crete; Plain of Jars in Laos; Chinese aluminum.
Theories of spontaneous human combustion.
Shroud of Turin; blood of Saint Januarius.
Phenomena of East Indian cultures.
Huge statues watch over Easter Island.
Sightings of the Tasmanian tiger, thought extinct.