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Unexplained - TV show on the History Channel
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I like quite a few of the series on the History Channel. One series I found on here and started watching is called Unexplained. William Shatner hosts this. They delve into all kinds of subjects - everything from lost civilizations to weather phenomena. It’s into its second season. I usually watch on demand when it alerts me of a new episode. They talk to all kinds of experts, and William Shatner’s commentary is quite entertaining. He has a knack for this sort of thing. 

If you get a chance and you like this, check it out. It’s fun to watch. I think my favorite episode involved weird weather phenomena. I’m kind of a weather geek, so it was right up my alley.
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(07-23-2020, 02:01 AM)ChiefD Wrote: I like quite a few of the series on the History Channel. One series I found on here and started watching is called Unexplained. William Shatner hosts this. They delve into all kinds of subjects - everything from lost civilizations to weather phenomena. It’s into its second season. I usually watch on demand when it alerts me of a new episode. They talk to all kinds of experts, and William Shatner’s commentary is quite entertaining. He has a knack for this sort of thing. 

If you get a chance and you like this, check it out. It’s fun to watch. I think my favorite episode involved weird weather phenomena. I’m kind of a weather geek, so it was right up my alley.

My favorite weird weather phenomenon case is the story of The Legend of Skeleton Lake.

They believe a freak hail storm in 850 A.D., killed hundreds of people. It was the best theory they could come up with because nothing else made sense.

https://www.treehugger.com/deadly-hailst...rn-4867715

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(07-23-2020, 02:20 AM)NightskyeB4Dawn Wrote:
(07-23-2020, 02:01 AM)ChiefD Wrote: I like quite a few of the series on the History Channel. One series I found on here and started watching is called Unexplained. William Shatner hosts this. They delve into all kinds of subjects - everything from lost civilizations to weather phenomena. It’s into its second season. I usually watch on demand when it alerts me of a new episode. They talk to all kinds of experts, and William Shatner’s commentary is quite entertaining. He has a knack for this sort of thing. 

If you get a chance and you like this, check it out. It’s fun to watch. I think my favorite episode involved weird weather phenomena. I’m kind of a weather geek, so it was right up my alley.

My favorite weird weather phenomenon case is the story of The Legend of Skeleton Lake.

They believe a freak hail storm in 850 A.D., killed hundreds of people. It was the best theory they could come up with because nothing else made sense.

https://www.treehugger.com/deadly-hailst...rn-4867715

OMG, just got done reading the article. I cannot begin to imagine what happened to those people. To think that bowling ball size hail hit them is just incomprehensible. How awful. Thanks for posting that. Very interesting.
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I have seen that show before and liked it. You know William Shatner lives here in Kentucky with a horse farm and made a cheesy demon movie in Louisville awhile back ? 



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(07-23-2020, 02:57 AM)kdog Wrote: I have seen that show before and liked it. You know William Shatner lives here in Kentucky with a horse farm and made a cheesy demon movie in Louisville awhile back ? 



OMG, that is pretty cheesy, LOL! Jeri Ryan is in that movie too. I never knew William Shatner lived in Kentucky. Pretty cool.
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