Since 2007 numerous severed human feet, typically wearing running shoes or hiking boots, have washed up on the coastline of British Columbia Canada. Who do these feet belong to, where are they coming from, and why won't it stop?
In 1966 and 1967, rural West Virginia was plagued by a series of sightings of a large flying man with ten foot wings and red glowing eyes. Local folklore dubbed the creature the "Mothman". Was the Mothman a harbinger of doom or a warning from the future?
One morning in 1855 residents of Devon, England awoke to find 40 miles worth of hoof-like footprints in the snow. Were the footprints made by a mysterious animal, or were they left by... The Devil himself?
More than 160 years after a doomed Arctic expedition, archaeologists recently discovered the wreckage of both ships-- The HMS Erebus, south of King William Island, and The HMS Terror just 30 miles away.As excitement builds for the discoveries, some in nearby Gjoa Haven fear the wrecks' dark legacy of death will resurface now that the ships final resting places have been disturbed.
When an unidentified radar blip was detected over Lake Michigan in 1953, First Lieutenant Felix Moncla Jr. Was dispatched in an F-89 Scorpion to intercept and disappeared without a trace. No wreckage was ever found. Did Moncla experience vertigo or encounter an unexplained storm? Or was it something more extraterrestrial?
Host George Takei gives the latest news and updates on his entertaining, incredibly creepy explorations into some of history's greatest mysteries.