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‘Alien Mysteries’ coming to US television

The Canadian UFO television series Alien Mysteries is coming to the United States.

A recreation of an abduction case on Alien Mysteries. (Credit: Discovery Canada)

A recreation of an abduction case on Alien Mysteries. (Credit: Discovery Canada)

Alien Mysteries just debuted on Discovery Canada on March 3. But according to C21Media, the cable network Destination America (a Discovery-owned network) is bringing the show to a U.S. audience.

Describing the show, Discovery Canada’s website explains that Alien Mysteries is “a fantastically creative and imaginative new take on some of the most enduring UFO mysteries from the last 50 years. Each story is backed up by credible witnesses, investigative reports, and tangible evidence such as physical markings, photographs, radar reports, and videos.”

Alien Mysteries premieres on Destination America in April. And, in the near future, the show will reportedly appear on various international channels owned by Discovery.

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Jason McClellan is an editor and staff writer for Open Minds magazine. Jason is also the producer and co-host of the web series Spacing Out!, web content manager and staff writer for OpenMinds.tv, and co-organizer and technical producer of the International UFO Congress. ------ Follow Jason on Twitter @acecentric and subscribe to Jason's updates on Facebook at Facebook.com/jason.openminds

3 comments

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    Absolutley love this shows! Wasn’t so sure at first but I love it.

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    Laurence T. Miller Jr

    Love This Show!!!

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    I enjoy watching this show bc they choose events having many witnesses. I was abducted into a bright light room when i was 18 yrs old and experienced approx 30 min of other world activity and still have 2 scars at 35 yrs old. I would be happy to tell my experience to anyone.

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