New Science Channel Series Looks at Strange Occurrences Caught on Surveillance Cameras
Worldwide, 300 million surveillance cameras are watching us, on our streets, at work, and in our homes. At times, they capture images that don't seem to follow the normal laws of physics. A new Science Channel series investigates mysteries caught on tape and uncovers the Science behind some of the most bizarre occurrences ever recorded. With a team of experts analyzing footage that seems to defy explanation, including levitating cars on a freeway, a statue that appears to move on its own, and a spontaneous burst of flames, STRANGE EVIDENCE premieres Tuesday, October 17 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
The premiere episode examines footage taken from a convenience store in Kentucky of a customer who suddenly caught on fire. Also, in Michigan a surveillance camera set up by a team of researchers recorded persistent eerie lights appearing at dusk, a phenomenon locals have been describing for over 40 years. Local legend connects the strange glow to the tragic death of a train signalman. But will the surveillance footage provide investigators with the evidence they need for a definitive earthly answer?
"These aren't paranormal occurrences, but they are real mysteries captured on surveillance cameras that warrant further investigation," said Wyatt Channell, Executive Producer, Science Channel.
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