Forget the facts, it's the people -- on both sides -- driving flat Earth belief.
The 1952 Washington, D.C. UFOs were a major event, but much like the series, one that fizzled under scrutiny.
"New Hampshire" is about the only thing they got right.
The biggest stretch for this series yet.
What's that they say about facts and a good story?
Maybe the worst-documented encounter the show has presented.
Recognizing weird beliefs, even your own.
The con was reprehensible. Can we learn to not let it happen again?
What do you do when all legitimate medical treatments have been exhausted?
It's possible to be great and misguided at the same time.
Aren't scouts supposed to be 'trustworthy'???