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Unexplained Files

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Mysterious flying objects, unexplained disappearances, species invasions: a swirl of suspicion has circled our planet for decades, but few definitive answers have been offered. This collection combs through three and a half hours of evidence, interviews, and theories that attempt to explain the unexplained. From astronauts to abductees, a variety of sources submit film footage and firsthand testimonies to be examined in search for the truth.
Branch Call Number: 629.41 NAS 2014 23
Characteristics: video file,DVD video,rda
digital,optical,rda
1 videodisc (219 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Discovery Channel (Firm)

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CdnErin
Nov 22, 2017

The first 2 episodes in this series are regarding space & aliens -- the first one is NASA-related, oddities and things that defied explanation on missions into space, going back to the early 1960's -- fascinating.
The second episode is about alien abduction cases. Quite interesting, albeit a bit disturbing how easy it is for a psychologist to put the idea into someone's head that they were abducted (someone who previously thought the idea of aliens was absurd).
Strangely, the third episode is about invasive species taking over different areas of the USA (monkeys, several constrictor-snakes in the Everglades, Nile Monitor Lizards, also in the everglades) -- while it is an issue that I find interesting & rather scary, I don't think the company that put the disc together really paid attention to the contents of the episode, they just added it due to the title (something to do with aliens, as in "not native to the USA", NOT aliens as in "from outer space").

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