The Alaska Triangle, a region in northwest Alaska, has more unsolved missing person cases than anywhere else in the world. Over 20,000 people have vanished in the past 50 years alone. Who or what’s behind these cases is unknown. Some believe it’s the work of local predators or simply the rugged, dangerous terrain, but legends thrive in Alaska, and the ominous history of disappearances in the area has drawn comparisons to the Bermuda Triangle. Working together with local experts and eyewitnesses, our team of investigators will go case-by-case to gather evidence, conduct tests, examine history and explore local myths to determine the most viable explanation for the disappearances, all while trying to understand the sinister mystery that is the Alaska Triangle.
Recent sightings around Alaska match native stories of a vicious Arctic mermaid that attacks unsuspecting people. With only five percent of the world's oceans explored, new marine species are being discovered all the time. Could a sinister mermaid be among the oceans' undocumented creatures? Our expert team searches for answers.
Ancient lore talks of a Canadian warrior tribe that once terrorized the Nahanni valley, decapitating their enemies with scythes. The tribe vanished many years ago, but might have resurfaced in the Alaska Triangle. Missing person reports have coincided with eyewitness' sightings of frightening ancient soldiers. Our team investigates the mystery.
Tlingit folklore describes a creature that's half-otter, half-man, who steals the souls of its victims. Could a shapeshifting Otterman, or Kushtaka, be disguising itself to target humans as prey? Our team uses eyewitness accounts and their own stakeout to investigate whether this creature is merely a myth.
In 1950, a military transport plane vanished in the Alaska Triangle with 44 people on board, and hasn't been seen since. Was its disappearance caused by bad weather or something more sinister? Our team investigates the possibility that a space-time vortex could have transported the plane to another dimension.
Tales of Bigfoot sightings are reported globally but the Alaskan version is the most extreme, standing over 14 feet. Is this massive, aggressive creature targeting people in the Alaska Triangle? Cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard and team try to track down the beast, hoping to learn how this monster remains so elusive.
A mountain climber goes missing near Mt. Hayes, where UFO sightings are rampant. Our team of investigators head into alien territory and risk close encounters to find answers about his mysterious disappearance. Using eyewitness and expert testimonials, the team searches for evidence of potential extraterrestrial abductions in the Alaska Triangle.