6.7
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The UnXplained

The UnXplained

History 2019

Explore the world’s most fascinating, strange and inexplicable mysteries. Each episode features compelling contributions from scientists, historians, witnesses and experiencers—each seeking to shed light on how the seemingly impossible actually can happen.

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The 10 Best Episodes of The UnXplained

The UnXplained - S1E7

#1 - Mysteries of the Mind (Season 1 - Episode 7)

Even after centuries of study, the human mind remains as inscrutable as ever. Could the quintessential human machine, the brain, be even more powerful than we realize? And does that suggest that fantastic abilities such as Remote Viewing will one day be recognized not as science fiction, but as science fact--even if, for the moment, they remain UnXplained?

The episode was rated 7.64 from 84 votes.

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The UnXplained - S1E2

#2 - Mysterious Structures (Season 1 - Episode 2)

For centuries, archaeologists have tried to unravel the mysteries of how – and why – certain incredible structures like the Great Pyramid at Giza, the staircase at Loretto Chapel, and Coral Castle were built. Will we ever find the answers? Or, might these structures have been intentionally constructed to perpetually mystify us?

The episode was rated 7.64 from 144 votes.

The UnXplained - S2E3

#3 - Mysterious Curses (Season 2 - Episode 3)

Throughout history, many have believed that certain places, things, or even people can be tainted with dark curses. Ominous lakes that morph into watery graves. Unlucky numbers that seem to cause bad things to happen. Paintings and precious stones, which bring death and destruction to their keepers. But can these mysterious curses really have the power to bring us harm? And if so, is it possible to understand their power, or will it remain UnXplained?

The episode was rated 7.61 from 70 votes.

The UnXplained - S2E10

#4 - The Search for Atlantis (Season 2 - Episode 10)

According to the Greek philosopher Plato, the lost continent of Atlantis was once home to an advanced civilization before it was destroyed in a cataclysm. But was Plato's story merely a myth? Or did Atlantis really exist? For centuries, archaeologists have tried to uncover evidence to prove that this legend is true. Will Atlantis finally be re-discovered, perhaps by employing modern technology? Or will this lost civilization remain...UnXplained?

The episode was rated 7.57 from 47 votes.

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The UnXplained - S1E6

#5 - Life Beyond Death (Season 1 - Episode 6)

Perhaps the greatest unexplained mystery of all is: what happens to us after we die? Perhaps clues to the answer lie in unusual cases of near-death experience, reincarnation, and how memories can be passed from organ donors to transplant recipients. Are these phenomena figments of our collective imagination, or could they be real?

The episode was rated 7.57 from 84 votes.

The UnXplained - S3E8

#6 - Mysterious Ancient Ruins (Season 3 - Episode 8)

Ancient ruins fascinate us, and some archaeological finds are so baffling that they challenge everything we know about the past. Will we ever learn the truth about these mysterious ruins? Or will they continue to present more questions than answers?

The episode was rated 7.53 from 17 votes.

The UnXplained - S1E8

#7 - Incredible Survivors (Season 1 - Episode 8)

How do some people live through the impossible? Whether it's plane crashes, bearing freezing temperatures, or performing superhuman feats while in danger ? remarkable tales of human survival force us to reconsider what we know about our own will to live. Do we have a hidden reserve of inexplicable energy locked away inside us ? that only gets released when the situation calls for it?

The episode was rated 7.51 from 86 votes.

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The UnXplained - S4E1

#8 - Mysterious Ancient Ruins (Season 4 - Episode 1)

Ancient ruins fascinate us, and some archaeological finds are so baffling that they challenge everything we know about the past. Will we ever learn the truth about these mysterious ruins? Or will they continue to present more questions than answers?

The episode was rated 7.50 from 42 votes.

The UnXplained - S3E5

#9 - Secrets of the Immortals (Season 3 - Episode 5)

Sacred waters with remarkable healing powers. Ancient mystics who lived for hundreds of years. A scientific breakthrough may provide the answers to eternal life. Throughout history many have searched for the secret to everlasting life, but so far, it's eluded them. But is it possible to cheat death and live forever? What if, by re-examining ancient teachings and harnessing modern technology, we could eventually become immortal?

The episode was rated 7.49 from 35 votes.

The UnXplained - S2E15

#10 - Serial Killers (Season 2 - Episode 15)

The total disregard for life exhibited by serial killers shocks our sense of humanity and makes us question our safety and security. These sadistic psychopaths rarely show any remorse or empathy for the lives they've destroyed. How could human beings be capable of these horrific atrocities? And what causes such a murderous defect in the human psyche?

The episode was rated 7.42 from 33 votes.

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The UnXplained - S2E14
#11 - Bizarre Vanishings
7.41
Season 2 - Episode 14

Stories of those who lead double lives are both daring and baffling. What compels a person to attempt to become someone else? Is it merely for material gain, to pull off an ingenious scam? Or is there a deeper reason? At one time or another, we’ve all fantasized about trying on a new identity, but when does the line between impersonation and transformation get blurred? Is it possible that by pretending to be someone else, a person can actually become that person, at least in their mind?

The episode was rated from 54 votes.
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The UnXplained - S1E4
#12 - Unnatural Nature
7.40
Season 1 - Episode 4

Many mysteries of planet Earth are far from understood. How was Devil’s Tower formed? Or why do some people get struck by lightning multiple times? While some may write off these as random occurrences, might they instead point to a new understanding of not only our planet’s past – but also its future?

The episode was rated from 108 votes.
The UnXplained - S2E12
#13 - The Power Of Gold
7.40
Season 2 - Episode 12

Gold. It's one of the most valuable precious metals on the planet, has been coveted by societies for centuries, and can be found inside countless modern electronics. Mankind's quest for gold harkens back thousands of years, but what is the special power that gold wields over our collective consciousness? Is it merely because it's rare and valuable, or could it be something more than that?

The episode was rated from 53 votes.
The UnXplained - S2E8
#14 - Mysterious Mummies
7.36
Season 2 - Episode 8

From ancient civilizations to 20th century empires, mankind has had an inexplicable fascination with preserving the dead. But why? Are we simply too attached to the living to let them go? Or could it be that death isn't really the end, but rather a transition to a new beginning?

The episode was rated from 44 votes.
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The UnXplained - S1E5
#15 - Bizarre Rituals
7.34
Season 1 - Episode 5

Ancient practices such as prayer, blood sports, voodoo, and exorcism are often thought to be relics of bygone superstition – but there is evidence they have an impact on the physical world. Is it possible that the mind and body can use the power of ritual to tap into hidden forces that lie just beyond the grasp of conventional explanation?

The episode was rated from 92 votes.
The UnXplained - S2E17
#16 - Mysteries of the Moon
7.33
Season 2 - Episode 17

For centuries, humanity has looked up at the Moon with a sense of wonder. But is the Moon just a rock floating in space? Or could it hold profound secrets—and perhaps even possess incredible powers? That is what we will try and find out.

The episode was rated from 36 votes.
The UnXplained - S3E3
#17 - The Search for the Ark of the Covenant
7.33
Season 3 - Episode 3

Throughout history, many have sought the lost Ark of the Covenant. According to the Old Testament, God himself instructed Moses to build the Ark--and it is believed that it held the power of the Almighty. But how could such a coveted religious artifact just disappear? And is it possible that the Ark could actually be found?

The episode was rated from 48 votes.
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The UnXplained - S1E12
#18 - Deadly Cults
7.31
Season 1 - Episode 12

Deadly dances. Masters of manipulation. Mass suicides. Murder. Many of the world's deadliest cults ventured down dark, dangerous rabbit-holes of twisted ideologies, persuading their members to kill--sometimes other people, sometimes themselves. Is there any sense to these sinister groups' Or will the unreckoned forces behind such Deadly Cults remain...UnXplained?

The episode was rated from 16 votes.
The UnXplained - S2E5
#19 - The Underground World
7.31
Season 2 - Episode 5

Despite all of our modern technology and sophistication, there is much that we still don't know about what lies beneath our feet, deep underground. What is at the center of the Earth? Is there really a solid core of heavy metals, or could it be a hollow environment, as many researchers claim? And just how much of mankind's history took place underground? Recent discoveries of ancient underground structures such as the city of Derinkuyu and the Malta Hypogeum suggest that there may be more structures down there, waiting to be re-discovered. If much of our past was subterranean, could our future be as well?

The episode was rated from 68 votes.
The UnXplained - S2E11
#20 - Extraordinary Engineering
7.29
Season 2 - Episode 11

For centuries, humanity has been compelled to build remarkable structures that are much more than simple places of shelter or work. What makes us want to create magnificent buildings that are bigger and grander than ourselves--and last for centuries? Whether it's Stonehenge, the Notre Dame Cathedral, or the world's tallest skyscrapers--extraordinary works of engineering are evidence of a strong instinct within us that we don't fully understand. Are we trying to prove something? Or perhaps show our power over nature? Or could there be another reason that is, for now...UnXplained?

The episode was rated from 58 votes.
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Last updated: dec 08, 2022

Comments

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I expected a documentary, all I got was fairy tales.

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Catch up whoever hosts this site... The UnXplained have been running season 3 episodes for the last 6 weeks...

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Out of complete boredom I decided to watch one episode of this. It's just silly fairly tales to scary boomers but some subjects were quite interesting like the motives behind people choosing Aokigahara/the suicide forest as their place to die so I kept watching... and it started diving into some fringe topics like people that died from ritualistic type deaths haunting places and I wondered "who the hell would come on to support such a stupid theory" so I googled one of the people they interviewed. David Whitehead of the Way of The Truth Warrior podcast. At the time of commenting this his latest podcasts are based around defending QAnon conspiracy theories, pizza gate, covid being a hoax and then covid being a man made chinese virus released onto america by the chinese government because of sanctions Trump has placed on China.... etc etc The people they bring on should give you an idea how low the bar is for this show.

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