Josh Gates

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Biography:

Adventurer, television personality, and author Josh Gates is the host and executive producer of the Travel Channel series, Expedition Unknown. To date, he has set foot in more than one hundred countries, scaled "the roof of Africa" on Mt. Kilimanjaro, and climbed Aconcagua, the tallest mountain in the Americas. Josh holds a degree from Tufts University in Archaeology and is a fellow of The Explorers Club. Josh’s television travels have taken him to remote and often never-before-filmed locations, from the Himalayan mountains of Bhutan to the jungles of Madagascar. Josh conducted the first-ever overnight filming in the infamous tomb of King Tut in Egypt as well as at the sprawling temple of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.

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Mysterious Expeditions / UFO Files

Expedition Unknown's Josh Gates reported on his adventures investigating mysteries and legends around the globe. Researchers Keith Basterfield and Paul Dean discussed their recently filed requests seeking a broad range of UFO-related documents. More »

The Firesign Theatre/ Expedition for ETs

Phil Proctor discussed his life in entertainment and work in The Firesign Theatre. Adventurer Josh Gates reflected on ancient mysteries. Open Lines followed. More »

Strange Illness

Host Dave Schrader (email) welcomed reporter Susannah Cahalan, who shared her remarkable story of how, in a matter of weeks, a mysterious illness transformed her from a healthy 24-year-old into a violent, psychotic, and dangerously unstable individual. In the first hour,... More »

Paranormal Expeditions

Adventurer and explorer of the haunted and unknown, Josh Gates, discussed his travels to over 93 countries exploring how mysterious creatures and hauntings are a worldwide phenomena. In the first hour, trends analyst Gerald Celente talked about a news report concerning a... More »

Last Night

Cybersecurity expert Kevin Mitnick discussed cybercrime and protecting ourselves against it. Followed by researcher Howard Martin, who shared the science linking heart function with health, emotional well-being, and intelligence.

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