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mysterious circumstances

Emergence: Sci-Fi Mystery or Something Else?

Darkness falls at 3:10 am, creating a blackout as a mysterious crash is heard and felt in nearby Long Island, NY. A little girl is located nearby, frightened and speechless, wearing a Toy Story t-shirt — network synergy at its… Continue Reading →

Far From Home Takes Spider-Man on an Emotional Journey

Per Matt When do superheroes actually get to take time out of their busy lives in order to decompress and leave the crimefighting to others, if only for a little while? Peter Parker attempts to take a vacation, live his… Continue Reading →

Digging Up Lost History in Lost Gold of World War II

What actually happened to many of the world’s most famous treasures? What if they’re forever lost in an unmarked site, waiting to be unearthed by some treasure hunters who just happen to decipher the vague, left-behind clues? This is one… Continue Reading →

Lost Gold Attempts to Unearth Missing Treasures of WWII

Some mysteries remain unsolved for a reason, whether it’s lack of credible information or too much reliance on tall tales, but Lost Gold of World War II attempts to unearth Yamashita’s Treasure 70 years after being buried, based on credible… Continue Reading →

Unspooling the Manifest Mystery

What’s up with all these weird callings? That’s what the characters of Manifest have been wondering aloud, and so have the show’s viewers. Unfortunately, after watching the mid season premiere this week, neither audience has gotten many answers to their questions.

Manifest is Just Like Lost, But It Isn’t

Have you heard about the new TV show that’s being needlessly compared to Lost? Sure, there’s an airplane filled with unwitting passengers who are all tied to an impossible mystery. The plane gets destroyed. The people lose time. And somehow… Continue Reading →

Nuns on the Run

As if nuns weren’t scary enough, The Nun has jumped onto our movie screen as a lead character. However, it is a relief to see this since it’s been creeping moviegoers out since The Conjuring world started. The remarkable thing… Continue Reading →

The Meg is No Jaws

Where do I begin? Movies about large, killer animals are never good. In general, they are painfully derivative and borderline ridiculous. The one stand-out in this genre of films is the original Jaws. Trust me here, The Meg is no Jaws.

(Treasure) Hunting for Answers on Oak Island

The secrets of Oak Island have seemingly existed for hundreds of years. According to some, buried treasure lies there (or at least existed there many years ago). Conspiracy theories have linked the location with former slaves, a previous U.S. President, the… Continue Reading →

Josh Gates Explores Lost History on Expedition Unknown

Urban legends, unsolved mysteries, ancient artifacts and missing evidence are all explored with archaeological glee in Expedition Unknown.

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