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A documentary series that takes an in-depth look at the topics found in recently declassified government documents, examining well-known issues with new information that has been sequestered from the public for over sixty years. Phenomenon: The Lost Archives is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (14 episodes). The series first aired on . It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.8.

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Multicom Entertainment Group
1 Season, 14 Episodes
Cast: Dean Stockwell, Martin Sheen
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Phenomenon: The Lost Archives Full Episode Guide

  • Supported by interviews with Barry Taft, one of the nations leading para-psychologists, Unknown Encounter chronicles the six year haunting of a California woman and the researchers committed to finding out the truth about the her unwelcome visitor.

  • Historian and Archeologist Zecharia Sitien uncovers the lost archives of the Annunaki: extra-planetary visitors who over 6,000 years ago inspired what is thought to be the earliest civilization known to man; Sumeria.

  • The Cold Fusion Debacle and the purported discovery of the Piltdown Man stand as two of the greatest shams perpetrated over the course of scientific history. But have the people of science learned anything from the alleged goldbricks of the past?

  • Just prior to the Russian Revolution a mysterious 40 megaton explosion lays to waste nearly 200 square kilometers of Earth in the desolate northlands of Siberia. Was it an asteroid? Or could it have been the explosion of an extra terrestrial craft?

  • Caught up in a greedy, divisive race to power the world at the end of the 19th century, famed inventor Nikola Tesla claimed he could provide everyone with free, unlimited energy.

  • During the Wilson Presidency, the U.S. Government sanctioned the creation of the Federal Reserve. Thought by many to be a government organization maintained to provide financial accountability in the event of a domestic depression, the actual business of the FED is shrouded in secrecy.

  • In 1960, a joint US/Turkish expedition sets out to investigate the aerial sighting of a boat shaped object located in the Mountains of Eastern Turkey.

  • On March 23, 1989, respected chemists, Dr. Stanley Pons and Dr. Martin Fleishman made an announcement that challenged many basic scientific concepts: their discovery of cold fusion. See for yourself whether their "discovery of the century" was too good to be true.

  • In a small Arkansas town, two young men are found dead on the train tracks. But upon investigation it becomes unclear whether they were hit by a train or the operators of a major drug ring with ties to the Iran-Contra scandal.

  • The brainchild of controversial Nikola Tesla, High-Frequency Active Aural Research Project, or H.A.A.R.P., is a combined effort of the Air Force and Navy ostensibly designed to influence the weather, and has been associated with everything from the breakdown of the ozone layer to electromagnetic warfare.

  • A closer look at the launch of Sputnik, the workers who went unpaid for months, the thefts of rations for cosmonauts, and the mass exodus of Russian rocket scientists to unfriendly nations interested in developing weapons of mass destruction.

  • Recently released government documents indicate that over the past 50 years, American military operations have been responsible for the loss or disappearance of 12 atomic weapons.