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Led by intrepid world adventurer Josh Gates, each episode of Destination Truth takes viewers on a trek across the globe as Josh investigates stories of the unexplained. Accompanied by his small crew, Josh dives into the local cultures and searches for clues to the existence of strange creatures and paranormal phenomena.
The Destination Truth team undertakes a groundbreaking expedition to South East Asia, traveling deep into uncharted wilderness and pushing the limit on a daring quest for Vietnam's Bigfoot.
Josh's former cameraman, Evan, returns two years later to the woods where he believes he was assaulted by an angry, dark spirit. The forest may have something waiting for him again.
Josh and his team journey across Fiji looking for the ghosts of men devoured by a former cannibal tribe. Josh finds that the former cannibal village has turned into a paranormal nightmare.
It's hard to believe, but Kazakhstan (in Central Asia) is home to the greatest number of UFO sightings in the world. In fact, villagers in that region claim to have witnessed alien invaders lurking in the area.
In Sweden, reports of the Great Lake (or Loch Ness) Monster are so frequent that the monster is actually protected by law. There is even a 1000-year-old Viking rune stone in the area depicting the monster. Team Truth plans investigate the monster's known habitat and see if there is any truth to these long-standing reports of a 20 foot-long, lake-dwelling beast.
Deep in the forests of Guatemala lie the ancient ruins of a city named Tikal, where human sacrifice was once common. Now, locals claim to have witnessed paranormal activity in the area—could this be the work of spirits who can't find rest in the afterlife?
In the ocean near Fiji, sightings of a strange monster have terrified the locals. Often seen near the mangroves, this amphibious monster is said to have a diamond-shaped head, huge razor-sharp teeth, and an impenetrable armored shell of scales.
Since time immemorial, Transylvania has been the home to vampire myths and legend. There are many in the area, however, who believe that true vampires come in the form of a strange but dangerous animal with massive fangs. Could vampires be based on a real but rare animal?
In the Baltic Sea near Sweden, there is a small island named Bla Jungfrun. This tiny outcropping was once the place where people who were thought to be witches were executed. Perhaps the haunted souls of the innocent still haunt the area. That would certainly explain all the supernatural phenomena reported on the isle.
In the Philippines, there is a strange place called Echo Valley. In this valley, which is located on Luzon Island, the local Igorot tribe claims that coffins containing their dead are haunted. Strange lights, disembodied voices and even violent hallucinations have been reported in the area of these coffins.
The Kiyik Adam of Kazakhstan is said to be a huge, hulking creature that terrorizes the locals, not unlike the legendary Bigfoot. With a furry hide, bulging muscles and razor sharp claws, just the sight of this beast would be enough to drive many people mad and, since the locals are reporting frequent sightings, it's up to Josh to track the Kiyik Adam down.
Naomi Grossman(Naomi Grossman)
Josh Gates(Josh Gates)
Casey Brumels(Casey Brumels)
Erin Ryder(Erin Ryder)
Gabriel Copeland(Gabriel Copeland)
Jael De Pardo(Jael De Pardo)
Mike Morrell(Mike Morrell)
Bechara "Bicha" Gholam(Bechara "Bicha" Gholam)
Jarrod Tomassi(Jarrod Tomassi)
Lindsay Gillette(Lindsay Gillette)
Sharra Jenkins(Sharra Jenkins)
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