Exploring the Unknown (1999– )

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22 September 2001 | wethrboy
A great show for the skeptic and believer alike
"Exploring the Unknown" is the most objective and fair television series that I have ever seen. The series explores claims of the paranormal, alternative medicines, conspiracy theories, and junk or pseudosciences. Each show has 4 or 5 segments of topics ranging from the 1947 Roswell, New Mexico saucer crash to acupuncture. It gives equal time to claims for and against the topic being discussed. All other documentary shows regarding the paranormal that I have seen distribute about 90% of their corresponding episode's time for the believers' viewpoints and only about 10% for the skeptics' viewpoints. But not this show. It is objective and fair. Skeptics in particular will enjoy it. It is shown on the Fox Family Network.

My only beef with the series is that it keeps showing reruns over and over again. It's time for some new episodes!

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