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History TV18 launches ‘In Search of Aliens’

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MUMBAI:  Do the waters of the Scottish Highlands really hide a mysterious creature, the legendary Loch Ness Monster? Are the geoglyphs of Peru a work of humankind or do they have an extra-terrestrial accomplice? Join Giorgio Tsoukalos of Ancient Aliens fame, on History TV18’s brand new show ‘In Search of Aliens’ as he shifts facts from fiction, inspects bizarre occurrences and makes shocking discoveries. Premiering on Monday, 1 December 2014 at 11 pm, find out if science is powerful enough to explain unresolved mysteries, and validate the presence of life from outer space.

Lost civilizations like the Atlantis and unfamiliar phenomena have long since intrigued mankind – whether it’s conspiracy theory believers or a scientific community trying to debunk the same. In Search of Aliens inspects the unknown and the uncharted with celebrated television personality Giorgio Tsoukalos, who will unravel the truth about interactions between aliens and ancient astronauts, the enigma of the Roswell Rock, and the much-debated presence of Bigfoot.

Join Giorgio on a fascinating voyage across the world, examining locales of outlandish events and speaking to scientists, witnesses and experts. Dive into an exciting world of possible extra-terrestrial involvements and investigate ancient ruins and cryptic writings. In Search of Aliens is your ticket for a ride that is out of this world.

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