Explaining ‘Unexplained’ Photos for TV’s ‘Strange Evidence’

by | Oct 25, 2017 | Benjamin Radford, Films, Investigation, Media Appearances, Media Literacy, Psychology, Research, Science, Skepticism | 1 comment

I will be appearing on a new 10-part series on Discovery’s Science Channel, on a show titled “Strange Evidence.” It examines bizarre and seemingly inexplicable photographs and videos. (I’m one of the guests who takes the “un” out of “unexplained.”)

Will I be on the new episode, or did I end up on the cutting room floor? Find out every Tuesday night at 7 PT / 10ET!

Find out more HERE! 


You can find more on me and my work with a search for “Benjamin Radford” (not “Ben Radford”) on Vimeo, and please check out my podcast Squaring the Strange! 

1 Comment

  1. Pamela

    I’m very disappointed in many of the “mysteries” they’ve chosen. So far many of them have been on other shows AND have also ALREADY discovered the “mysterious” cause for these events. Can’t this show go out and find its own unique strange or unusual situations that have occurred on this planet? The runaway suspect through the fence, that was handled by the show “Fact or Fiction” several years ago at least. They’re now running their reruns on various channels including the Destination American channel and the Chiller station. That’s just one example, I know there are others. The disappearing lake is very similar to the lake which was sucked into a salt mine. That was on another show of mysterious events. I can’t remember the name of all the shows on before this. Come on folks, get unique and unseen events.


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