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A buried monument sheds light on a Bible mystery; an ominous shadow engulfs the Pacific Ocean; and a lake that's shaped like a perfect circle hosts otherworldly life.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 41 votes.
A giant letter Z is carved into a Mexican hillside, evoking the mark of a legendary outlaw; a strange sighting in Germany points to secrets from the Cold War; and massive, blood-red marks in China prompt fears of a violent government crackdown.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 26 votes.
Night images of Western Australia show lights in areas where there shouldn't be any, even more light is seen in the desert than in the big cities on the coast; images seem to show a big steel door on an entrance to a cave or underground base in Antarctica, could this be the remains of a Nazi base; Space Shuttle Endeavor takes pictures of a chain of 8 craters stretching 450 miles along the 38th parallel covering Kansas, Missouri and Illinois; radar images of the empty quarter of Oman show tracks or roads that may lead to Ubar, the mythical 'Atlantis of the Sands'; a series of hexagon shaped clouds appear over the Bahamas at the western edge of the Bermuda triangle; in the Gobi Desert of northern China a grid is seen 1-mile long and 0.5-mile wide with a strange line pattern
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 77 votes.
When a sinister cave is discovered in a remote corner of Iceland, experts uncover a secret underworld tunneling to unknown depths, and using cutting-edge tech, they investigate if this strange place could hold secrets of alien worlds.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 33 votes.
When a strange pattern appears in a field, experts wonder if its an extraterrestrial response to a message sent to an alien star cluster in 1974, and using cutting-edge science, they uncover its true origin.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 39 votes.
Satellite photos of the region north of the Dead Sea leads archeologist Dr. Collins to believe he has found the biblical city of Sodom; a three mile wide ring is seen in the ice of Lake Baikal, the oldest freshwater lake in the world; a 35 mile wide cloud shaped plume appears out of nowhere over New Mexico; a new pyramid is found in Egypt surrounded by geometric shapes making it unlike any ancient pyramid ever discovered; a small island close to Japan is covered in apartment buildings but is devoid of human life today; a strange triangle is seen in photos over the western Australian outback
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 85 votes.
Strange images from the jungles of Colombia could lead researchers to the legendary city of El Dorado; a bright green swirling spiral appears in the seas of the Persian Gulf; and a massive complex suddenly appears in the secretive state of Myanmar.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 35 votes.
A giant carving of a strange humanoid creature in the Australian outback; in 2013 satellites pick up a large blob of warm water in the Pacific off the coast of north western North America, and kept growing larger; top-secret activity at Iran's nuclear facility; bright green lights illuminating the Gulf of Thailand; a series of square stone structures in the Peruvian desert appear as a spine on a mountain ridge; unnaturally blue areas over 2 miles long are seen in the Utah desert.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 54 votes.
A giant swastika in a German forest; a strange pattern etched into the desert near the famous Nazca lines; and mysterious markings in an isolated corner of Antarctica.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 36 votes.
A vast structure buried in the sands near the legendary city of Petra points to a bloody past; when terrorists kidnap more that 200 schoolgirls in northern Nigeria, rescuers use satellites to track them down.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 37 votes.
New evidence could lead to the discovery of an unknown ancient civilization in the Amazon rainforest. An island disappears, and investigators are mystified. An unidentified submarine is spotted in a North Korean shipyard.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 33 votes.
When an strange structure is discovered in the Gobi Desert, experts investigate if this mysterious site could reveal the whereabouts of lost treasure, which might change everything we know about Genghis Khan and the Mongol warriors who once lived here.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 37 votes.
New evidence reveals a massive Arctic canyon buried beneath the ice; a mysterious island suddenly appears off the coast of the highly sensitive border between Iran and Pakistan; a plane is spotted on Google Earth at the bottom of a lake in Minnesota.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 36 votes.
When mysterious structures are discovered deep in a remote forest, experts investigate if this strange site was the long-lost birthplace of a top-secret Nazi project that produced some of the deadliest weapons the world had ever seen.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 36 votes.
Satellites capture a temple-like, Nazi structure hidden deep in the forests of Poland, leading an expert to investigate and uncover a tale of terrifying rituals, black magic and the rise of the most feared division of Hitler's war machine.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 15 votes.
A new clue about what happened to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370; an astronaut's sighting of something strange in the Sahara Desert; and a remote village in Alaska invaded by orange sludge.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 39 votes.
An amateur archaeologist stumbles open strange symbols scratched into the Kazakhstan Desert; CIA surveillance photographs show what looks like a giant Star of David on the island of Cuba; and a lake in the Brazilian rain forest that turned bright pink.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 27 votes.
Satellite images capture evidence of an abandoned town hidden in the American wilderness, and as experts analyze this new evidence, they reveal what this strange place has to do with a top-secret military plan to battle an army of the undead.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 22 votes.
Offshore of South Korea a strange line pattern is seen could this be military preparations or something else; images taken in 2014 of Mongolia show a strange pattern of rock that may mark the tomb of Genghis Khan; in 2012 an airline pilot spots a large "island" near New Zealand that should be open ocean further investigation sees a 200 mile long floating mass; in 2003 scientists see in a Marsh in southern Spain a massive ring pattern and structures buried in the mud could it be Atlantis or the biblical city of Tarshish; in the Algerian Sahara Desert a strange structure and rectangular shape is seen with no explanation could it be from the time of French nuclear testing in the desert; satellite images have confirmed that ISIS thugs have destroyed the ancient temple of Bael in Palmyra but renewed interest from archeologists have discovered more about this ancient city than was known before
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 34 votes.
In 2013 weather radar begins to show a large and growing thunderstorm over Huntsville, Alabama, but there is no storm; a large complex is discovered in the Ural Mountains of Russia causing concern in the US; the ancient Roman city of Dura-Europos in ISIS controlled Syria is being turned into a moonscape; spy imagery appears to show an American F-117 stealth fighter in an industrial complex in China; a user of Apple maps sees a wake that appears to be a gigantic living creature in Loch Ness; 2008 satellites looking at southern Afghanistan see what maybe an ancient fortress is it connected to the conquest of the area by Alexander the Great
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of What on Earth? from 60 votes.
Last updated: apr 04, 2021
Pretty harmless as crude, mystery "documentaries" go. They follow a basic formula... 1) Present odd looking satellite image, 2) Speculate wildly, 3) Eliminate wilder "theories" and finally explain what they knew to begin with. Watch it for amusement purposes, background noise, or a drinking game. :-)
After a hot day outside, there’s nothing better than getting inside and cooling down, all while watching something on the tv. Luckily for all of us, there is plenty to chose from and more and more series are coming our way. So turn on your AC, get yourself a cold glass of your favorite drink, sit back and enjoy.
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As much shame and guilt as I feel while watching these reality series, I can never get enough of them. It’s never fun having your own drama, but when it’s blown out of proportion and has nothing to do with you, suddenly it’s something a lot of people want to watch. We’re always looking forward to the next episode and simply can’t wait to see more of it.
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