A 1930s art deco swimming pool is not the first place you think of when people mention the most haunted places in the country. So why is this 85-year-old building bursting at the seams with spirits and specters? The answer to that is not any easy one to give.
It was 1976. Four artists were enjoying a canoeing trip on the Allagash Waterway when their pleasant evening was turned into a nightmare. A nightmare of missing time and alien abduction. At first only missing time, and then forgetfulness. Finally a connection was made, and little by little the details became known in what is now considered one of the most compelling and well documented cases of alien abduction in history.
IN THIS EPISODE: One of the strangest reports of extraterrestrial abduction took place the night of January 25th, 1967 in South Ashburnham, Massachusetts. The events Betty Andreasson experiences are so incredible, her story has become legendary in UFO lore. (The Abduction of Betty Andreasson) *** It has been suggested that extraterrestrial intelligence may be capable of altering our reality. Could it be possible? The answer to this question is yes and no. (Reality-Shifting Aliens) *** What do UFO enthusiasts, Bigfoot seekers, and the anti-vaccination community all have in common? According to the FBI, these groups have all contributed to the recent rise of domestic terrorism and violence. (The Truth Is Out There And It’s A Threat To National Security) *** More than 37 years later, the mystery of Sarah Joe’s disappearance leaves law enforcement with more questions than answers. (The Sarah Joe Mystery) *** Imagine being a woman sent to prison. Regardless of the reason you may be sent there, it would be a very scary ordeal. Now… add to that, you are wide awake at two in the morning in that cold, damp jail cell… and then you hear the wailing. Not from your bunkmate or other prisoners, but from a ghost that walks the halls of your prison barracks – not just once, but every single night. (Ghosts Torment Prisoners) *** A family in Gary, Indiana is convinced their home and lives are in danger, being tormented by demons – or possibly Satan himself. (The Demon House of Indiana)