Does life end in death? Or does the soul wander from body to body? Are there such things as demons, ghosts or the devil? Following circumstantial research and in cooperation with top-calibre scholars, this series sheds light upon, unmasks and takes the magic from centuries-old superstition and also reports on breathtaking, super sensory experiences. It also shows if, and where, things that cannot be explained really do exist? The journey in search of the Supernatural leads to all six continents, to such fascinating spots as the holy Tibetan city, Lhasa and to the great universities of the world; to the secret archives of the CIA and the KGB, the Vatican, and to the most modern centres of nuclear research in the world. The result is a thrilling combination of contemporary history, scientific background reporting, and a touch of the pleasant shiver within the dark side of parapsychology.
The family of Anneliese Michel was convinced that she was possessed by demons, which lead to her ultimate death at age 23. Were supernatural powers at work, or was she simply a victim of Epilepsy?
People hearing voices, feeling strange presences, and even seeing ghastly apparitions. Do beings exist from beyond the grave? Or can modern day psychologists provide a scientific explanation? One case seems to stump even the brightest minds.
Mind Over Matter
Throughout the world, some people claim they can move objects with their minds. Is the human consciousness so powerful that this could be possible? See footage that steps out of the bounds of physics and reality.
When we are on the brink of death, what is waiting for us? Life on fast-forward? Light at the end of the tunnel? A sense of peace? These could just be a concoction of chemicals released by the brain, but some believe they are a peek into the afterlife.
Imagine a second chance at life. Does the soul truly exist? If so, can it be transferred to another body? Can we remember our past lives? How does science deal with these ideas? Unravel the secrets of reincarnation.
Is telepathy a unique weapon of war? Science tells us no, but throughout history, military powers have used psychic spies to gather key information about their enemies.