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Exclusive clip: Science Channel’s “Strange Evidence”

Discovery Communications-owned Science Channel is set to premiere an investigative series that explores mysteries caught on tape. Produced by Wag TV, Strange Evidence will look to uncover the science behind some ...
October 17, 2017

Discovery Communications-owned Science Channel is set to premiere an investigative series that explores mysteries caught on tape.

Produced by Wag TV, Strange Evidence will look to uncover the science behind some of the most bizarre and mysterious occurrences ever recorded on the more than 300 million worldwide surveillance cameras.

The series will feature a team of experts as they analyze footage that defies physics and explanation, including levitating cars on a freeway, a free-moving statue and spontaneous combustion.

Episodes in season one will showcase persistent eerie lights appearing at dusk in Michigan, a phenomenon that, by local legend, connects the strange glow to the tragic death of a train signalman over 40 years earlier.

In the clip below, provided to realscreen by Science Channel, Owensboro, Kentucky native Josh Hamilton is captured on tape on a casual visit to a local convenience store on February 20, 2016. In the surveillance footage, Hamilton can be seen at the cash register purchasing a number of items before an unexplainable explosion rips through his pants.

Exec producers for WAG are Martin Durkin, Steven Green and Johanna Woolford Gibbon. Wyatt Channell is exec producer for Science Channel.

Strange Evidence premieres tonight (Oct. 17) at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Science Channel.

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