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Even though historic events have already happened, the details of them are not always clear; many still have mysteries surrounding them. "The Missing Evidence" takes a look at some of history's biggest mysteries and legends. The show examines data and eyewitness accounts through the use of technology and analytics to find the missing evidence that will help differentiate reality from mystery when it comes to these historical people and events. Episodes look into such mysteries as the details surrounding the death of Marilyn Monroe, the existence (or lack thereof) of the Loch Ness Monster and the legend of Bigfoot.

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An investigation into the Loch Ness Monster, through historical sightings reports, discussions on theories, and archival photos and footage.
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Examining one of the most enduring myths, the mystery of Big Foot, who eyewitnesses claim is up to 10 feet tall and covered in foul-smelling, brown fur.
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An investigation into the number of unexplained plane crashes in the Sierra Nevada.
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Exploring some of the questions raised to dispute the official findings into the events of 9/11.
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Journalist Christer Holmgren believes he has uncovered the identity of one of history's most notorious serial killers, Jack the Ripper.

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