Aired Tuesday January 29th, 2008 at 8:00 pm
The paranormal has fascinated believers and irritated skeptics for decades. In a new series entitled Supernatural Science, producers use archive video, expert interviews, dramatic reconstruction and personal testimony to demystify strange phenomena and explore popular mythology in terms of current scientific understanding.
Supernatural Science uses a panoply of tools of modern science to illuminate the boundaries of human experience and belief. Exploring phenomena which defy rational explanation, the series airs on KUED-Channel 7 Tuesdays at 8 p.m., beginning January 29, with "Spontaneous Human Combustion." In this opening episode, forensic science investigates the cause of this bizarre occurrence.
"The Bermuda Triangle," airing February 5, explores whether or not new evidence confirms the area as the most treacherous sea on earth. On February 19, the search for this mystical city goes from Europe to the high plains of South America in "Atlantis Found?"
Those who have narrowly escaped death help shed light on the workings of the human brain. This topic is discussed in "Between Life and Death," airing February 26.
Additional episodes will continue to air during March and April. Go to kued.org for further details.
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