Destination Truth

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Syfy (ended 2012)

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Destination Truth
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Destination Truth, hosted by Josh Gates, takes viewers across the globe in search of answers to some of the most burning questions in the fields of cryptobiology and paranormal investigation. By interviewing eyewitnesses, Josh and his team narrow down where to look for the alleged creatures and what to look for, then they set up their cameras and attempt to get evidence of them on film. Later, they return home and go over the evidence they collected, and with the help of various experts, determine whether or not they've found something new, or whether they can explain the stories as simply misidentification of known species by the locals.

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  • What's the matter don't they like Canada ?

    8.0
    While I really like this show I think it could be better, these guys should spend more time at the destination and get really serious about checking out the areas for any trace of what they're looking for, they seem to rush all the time. one place I'd like them to check out is the Nahanni Valley in Canada's northwest territories and find the valley of headless men, could make for an interesting show.moreless
  • Get more "Truth" at your "Destination"

    8.5
    I've been psychic all of my 61 years, The biggest mistake this team makes is the "what is that" and/or "did you hear that" the minute something happens. When paranormal beings make their presence it is your perfect chance to start a repore with them. Getting upset is not the way to go. Don't get me wrong I love this show and am sad to see it go. They either need to get a psychic consultant on the team OR take one with them. How many times I've seen them miss the opportunity to find even more TRUTH at their DESTINATION if they just understood the paranormal psychology. One more thing - when they offer food to make a creature come out (as in the episode with the bottles of sour milk) they really need to open the food and pour some out into a plate, . When I did a show at the St James Hotel in NM we actually poured a shot of whiskey (and left the bottle). The next day almost 1/2 inch of the whiskey was gone in the shot glass with ectoplasm in it.moreless
  • WHY!!!!

    2.0
    Been watching destination truth for a while now and began to ask myself why do they always do night investigations when most of the sightings have been seen during daylight hours. Do the destination truth team feel its more exiting at night or you can see more creatures or ghostly activity???????. One more point is the position of the cameras and the fact that everything the team see's or experiences they have 99% of the time is off camera (shocker). The camera position is always on there faces but they always see things in front off them, you would think this would give them a big clue to maybe to have a forward facing camera so we don't have to guess what there seeing.moreless
  • Same old stuff as always

    7.0
    Although destination truth has some recurring cliches that every paranormal series has. I wouldn't say it's bad. There's always some unique adventure going on, and you really get to see a bit of the unique areas they visit. From the crews discoveries they apparently find evidence, but digging enough you're can find possible set up or fake scenes in almost every video So if you watch this show just watch it for what it is, and enjoy it.

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  • I see it a few times Ghosts and other stuff

    6.0
    My youngest aunt, sees it all the time.

    The ghosts loves to disturb her and her family.

    For me, the ghosts would keep a distance from me.

    All the screaming, Destination Truth are mostly screams.

    No footage of a proper sighting.

    I seen a few and I didn't scream or run.

    I would pray.
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    Reality

    Themes

    Fairy Tales & Fables, Docu-Reality, Lost Worlds, secrets and lies, Creatures