The reality of ghosts, poltergeists and demonic possessions are investigated. Infrasound, electromagnetic energy and carbon monoxide are measured to determine if science can account for alleged ghostly occurrences.
Science, anthropology and investigative mythology are used to examine the legend of the lost civilization of Atlantis, first described in the writings of Plato. The island continent is said to have mysteriously sunk into the ocean in a day and a night.
Assessing claims made in Dan Brown's best seller about Jesus fathering a child with Mary Magdalene and the bloodline the union spawned, a secret kept for centuries by an underground society known as the Priory of Sion, which was once led by Leonardo da Vinci.
A report on prognostication that explores the methodology and accuracy of predicting events and catastrophes by nonscientific means, such as astrology and card reading. The program also examines the prophecies of 16th-century seer Nostradamus.
Exploring cases of people who say they're marked with the five wounds Jesus is said to have suffered on the Cross, and reasons why people are drawn to the religious mysticism the stigmata represent. Interviewees include clerics and psychologists.
An examination of the mythical creature chupacabra, described as part reptile, part kangaroo and part vampire bat, features theories about its origins, including an alien invasion and a secret genetic experiment.