‘The Missing Evidence’ Preview For Sunday On Smithsonian Channel

THE MISSING EVIDENCE: BIGFOOT
Premieres Sunday, September 20 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Tales of a giant, hairy, half-man, half-ape walking on two legs have existed in North American culture for centuries. Today, dozens of eyewitnesses, hundreds of giant footprints, and thousands of photos and videos – including TV shows – purport to show evidence of the creature known as Bigfoot. Now, eyewitnesses, anthropologists, zoologists and researchers square off in a quest to explain the legendary creature. The debate features new evidence of giant footprints, the limits of human observation, and what one witness claims is the best evidence yet: a piece of purported Bigfoot fur that will undergo a full DNA sequencing test.

THE MISSING EVIDENCE: THE DAY MARILYN DIED
Premieres Sunday, September 27 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Marilyn Monroe’s death on August 5, 1962 was officially ruled a suicide – but since that day her fate has remained one of the most debated conspiracy theories of all time. The FBI, the Mafia, the Kennedys – all have at various times been accused of killing Marilyn – but none of the accusations has ever been proven. Now, witnesses and experts reconstruct the day Marilyn died, sifting through the hard evidence and the disputed claims in search of the truth. Was there a lost “red diary” that contained the starlet’s secrets? Was Monroe’s home bugged… and if so, by whom? Did Marilyn receive visitors on that last fateful night? It’s a mystery that reaches all the way from Hollywood Boulevard to the White House.

THE MISSING EVIDENCE: THE LOCH NESS MONSTER
Premieres Sunday, October 4 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Tales of a monster have reportedly haunted Loch Ness for nearly 1,500 years. Over 1,000 eyewitness accounts are backed up by unexplained photographs, videos, and SONAR contacts…but many claims have been discounted by scientists. Now, for the first time ever, Dr. Charles Paxton collates the largest database of Nessie sightings in the world and runs a statistical analysis on what has been reported, when and where. His theory pulls together evidence from paleontology, marine biology, history and eyewitness accounts to provide a surprising revelation about the truth behind the Loch Ness Monster.

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