Unusual Occurrences Caught on Surveillence Cameras are Analyzed in the New Season of "Strange Evidence"

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07 July 2018
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Strange Evidence
Courtesy of Science Channel 
"Strange Evidence"
Premieres Tuesday, July 10 at 9 PM ET/PT on Science Channel

         Science Channel’s Strange Evidence returns for a second season to investigate the most bizarre phenomena and mysteries ever caught on camera. Around the world, millions of surveillance cameras capture footage that defies reason– from apocalyptic weather occurrences and unidentified creatures to remarkable physical feats. A team of experts uses forensic analysis to determine the truth behind these seemingly unexplainable events happening all around us.
 
        In the premiere episode, scientists examine an eerie, toxic fog that creeps into an Illinois town, causing people to flee for their lives. Also, a deep-sea dive team in the Gulf of Mexico spots a curious looking organism through their camera before it disappears back into the inky depths. In China, a highway collision creates a freeway fireball that has experts puzzled over the scale of the special effect-like blast.
 
         These confounding, real-life mysteries warrant investigation into the science behind each event caught on tape. Does the surveillance footage provide enough evidence to determine the truth behind these strange – and often horrifying – occurrences?

 
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