Mysteries Decoded: Season 1 (2019)


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Air date: Aug 13, 2019

Investigating America's greatest unsolved mysteries, discovering new evidence and utilizing high-tech tools in reopening the case.

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Air date: Aug 20, 2019

In 1967, following the deadliest bridge collapse in U.S. history, rumors began swirling that the appearance of a mysterious winged creature - part bird, part man.

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In the 1980s, stories began circulating that the U.S. government was conducting radical experiments on young children-including mind control tests and time travel. In the wake of new evidence, U.S. Navy veteran-turned-private investigator Jennifer Marshall and conspiracy podcast host Sam Tripoli head to Montauk to investigate.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2019

What may be hidden inside Area 51. Also: A viral movement to storm the U.S. facility there.

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Air date: Sep 17, 2019

Whether a vortex for supernatural forces has caused ships and planes to vanish without a trace.

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Air date: Sep 24, 2019

Featured is a secret that may have turned teenage girls into witches.

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Air date: Sep 29, 2019

A look at the unsolved mysteries surrounding Bigfoot.

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Air date: Oct 31, 2019

US Navy veteran turned private investigator Jennifer Marshall heads to New Orleans and teams up with vampire/writer Vincent Curiel to investigate whether an ancient vampire has cracked the code on immortality.

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Air date: Aug 20, 2020

After previously investigating evidence of Bigfoot, US Navy veteran turned private investigator Jennifer Marshall, along with cryptozoologist Andrew Sanford, examine brand new footage that has surfaced from an official government source.

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Air date: Aug 27, 2020

In 1967, following the deadliest bridge collapse in U.S. history, rumors began swirling that the appearance of a mysterious winged creature — part bird, part man — may have been a warning of the impending disaster. In the wake of new evidence, U.S. Navy veteran turned private investigator Jennifer Marshall and author MJ Banias head to West Virginia to investigate reports that the Mothman may be back.

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Cast & Crew

Gary Tarpinian
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Paninee Theeranuntawat
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Critic Reviews for Mysteries Decoded Season 1

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Sensational unsolved mystery show includes the paranormal.

Aug 28, 2019 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Mysteries Decoded: Season 1

  • Oct 03, 2020
    Just watched the Salem episode and was FURIOUS with the portrayal of "witches" - Doesn't Jennifer do her homework? WICCAN is a religion - one that is recognized by the U.S. Military - who allow the pentagram on WICCAN fallen soldier's grave markers along with crosses and Star of David. This show made the members of the Wiccan faith look like a crazed cult - if anyone who was a stranger to Catholicism would attend ONE service, they would be APPAULED at the idea of "drinking the blood of and eating the body of" Christ with all those candles and incense and singing - but because their ritual is a "recognized" religion it's OK? What a lot of biased bunk on what is supposed to be an educational program? DO YOUR HOMEWORK!!!
  • Oct 02, 2020
    I'm a true fan of REAL Paranormal Accounts ~&~ Research (Missing 411 w/ David Paulides is one of many that are Stellar productions) that operate on the understanding that Mankind, in all it's contemporary Techno-glory, still doesn't understand the vast majority of the Mysteries surrounding Life / Death, our World & the Universe we reside in. THIS "Show" however, is excruciating in how it's Host (Big 'Red' lady) basically believes in only that which she has personally experienced (which I gather doesn't amount to much) ~&~ in the way she constantly ignores expert testimony & evidence & instead seems to only rely to CURRENT Scientific Understanding / Data* for answers to the Episodic Mystery of the day. (*News flash 'Big Red': SCIENCE is an EVER-EVOLVING thing that is CONSTANTLY BEING UPDATED as NEW INFORMATION & EVIDENCE COMES TO LIGHT) [1 1/2 Stars)
  • Sep 19, 2019
    Awful. I was expecting it to be more real, but it is clearly staged and fake. Very disappointed.
  • Sep 18, 2019
    If I see one more conspiracy theory show like this I'll puke. If the producers of this show think they can get by going over the same crap that's been rehashed a thousand times already, they are mistaken. While the production value is good the content is stale and overworked. Isn't there anything new or different to present than the usual Roswell / Bermuda Triangle / Area 51 crap that's been done a million times already. Tonight they rehashed the Bermuda Triangle. Holy crap, this has been proven over and over to be a dead mystery. There are thousands of ships and planes that go through that area in a month. The number of them that dissappear in this area is not unusual at all. Yeah, there have been big ships in the past that have vanished without a trace there. Guess what? Massive ships have also been lost in the freakin' Great Lakes too. Large bodies of water are very difficult and expensive to scan for wreckage, especially in the 1920's. Anyway, this is old stuff that has become so boring that it defies description. If the producers want to pull ahead of all the other mystery shows, they should find some new stories and ideas to talk about. How about the Purple Spheres of Arizona? The encounter at Alagash Waterway would make an interesting story. The Incident at Dyatlov Pass in Russia would make a creepy mysterty to uncover. The Big Grey Man of Scottland would also make an new and interesting mystery to explore. But please, producers of Mysteries Decoded, try to stay away from Big Foot, Area 51 and who shot Kennedy. It's been done already, trust me.
  • Sep 11, 2019
    So bad, it reminds me of Ghost Adventures, a wannabe Ghost Hunters type show. I love the paranormal and supernatural, but this show is laughable.

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