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Starting May 19, you'll be able to enjoy some pre-Expedition Unknown Josh when his series Josh Gates' Destination Truth premieres on Travel Channel. The 43 one-hour episodes show some of Josh's earliest investigations into fascinating mysteries around the world — including the first overnight filming in King Tut's tomb and at the radioactive ruins of Chernobyl, as well as the first-ever night exploration of the world's largest religious structure at Angkor Wat. "It's a quest to investigate eyewitness accounts of unexplained encounters around the world," Josh said. Not familiar with the show? If you're a fan of Expedition Unknown, this will be right up your alley. "These are some of my most unusual, thrilling, weird, and often hilarious travel adventures," said Gates. "It's all about real investigations of fascinating mysteries – from sightings of cryptozoological creatures to otherworldly phenomena, we point our compass toward the unexplained. It's a wild ride, and the truth, as they say, is out there."
Josh Gates travels to the kingdom of Bhutan in search of the elusive yeti; tackling unspoiled wilderness, battling rapids, crawling through narrow caves and crossing ancient bridges to reveal the truth behind the abominable snowman.
Josh Gates treks to Thailand to uncover the truth behind sightings of a plant-like monster hacking through the deep jungles near Wang Yen; an investigation of a monster wreaking havoc in the Mediterranean Sea.
Josh Gates & company seek the Siberian snowman of the Altai mountains.
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