There will be a marathon tomorrow, with the three episodes that have already aired and four new episodes beginning at 4 PM.
Here's the schedule:
4 PM: "Alaska's Body Snatchers": A mountain climber goes missing near Mt. Hayes, where UFO sightings are rampant. Our team of investigators head into alien territory and risk close encounters to find answers about his mysterious disappearance. Using eyewitness and expert testimonials, the team searches for evidence of potential extraterrestrial abductions in the Alaska Triangle.
5 PM: "Hunted by the Hairy Man": Tales of Bigfoot sightings are reported globally but the Alaskan version is the most extreme, standing over 14 feet tall. Is this massive, aggressive creature targeting people in the Alaska Triangle? Cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard and team try to track down the beast, hoping to learn how this monster remains so elusive.
6 PM: "Vanished in a Vortex": In 1950, a military transport plane vanished in the Alaska Triangle with 44 people on board, and hasn't been seen since. Was its disappearance caused by bad weather or something more sinister? Our team investigates the possibility that a space-time vortex could have transported the plane to another dimension.
7 PM: (NEW!) "Zombies of HAARP": The Aurora Borealis has been seen as a mystical force in Alaska for many centuries, but could a manmade version be used for mind control? Our team explores a top secret government facility known as HAARP, an electromagnetic generator that could be driving people to disappear in the Alaska Triangle.
8 PM: (NEW!) "Attack of the Ice Gnomes": Sightings of small human-like figures have coincided with missing persons reports within the Alaska Triangle. Could there be a tribe of vicious, carnivorous gnomes roaming the state's untamed interior? The team follows a trail that could lead them directly into an ice cave, the den of these deadly creatures.
9 PM: (NEW!) "Death by Demon Wolf": A monstrous beast is spotted in the woods of Alaska, in the same area as countless missing person reports. Those who have survived its attacks describe bear-like class on a towering, wolf-like beast. Is it a mutant bear, an oversized wolf, or some terrifying hybrid of the two? Fossil records indicate that wolf-bear crossbred animals once existed in this area, and the team investigates if it could be a surviving strain or a new one that may be terrorizing the Alaska Triangle.
10 PM: (NEW!) "Alaska's Mutant Monkeys": Primate sightings in the Alaskan woods have the team puzzled, since experts say monkeys have never lived in Alaska. Missing person reports in the area, reported cries from the trees, and sightings of what look like oversized monkeys call to mind the legends of vicious baboon-like creatures from long ago. With new monkey species constantly being discovered all around the world, the team investigates if there could be a variety in the Alaska Triangle that is making meals out of men?
Be sure to tune in to (or set the DVR) H2 tomorrow and check out Missing in Alaska!!!
|Missing in Alaska team: L to R:|
Tommy, Jax, and Ken Gerhard