Ancient Aliens: Season 2
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Ancient Aliens returns in season two to explore the controversial theory that extraterrestrials have visited Earth for millions of years. From the age of dinosaurs to ancient Egypt, from early cave drawings to continued mass sightings in the United States, each episode in this new series gives historic depth to the questions, speculations, provocative controversies, firsthand accounts and grounded theories surrounding an age-old debate: Did intelligent forms from outer space visit Earth thousands of years ago? Do they visit us now? HISTORY ignites this inquiry.
- Mysterious Places
- Gods & Aliens
- Underwater Worlds
- Underground Aliens
- Aliens and the Third Reich
- Alien Tech
- Angels and Aliens
- Unexplained Structures
- Alien Devastations
- Alien Contacts
Top Customer Reviews
This Season 2 consists of 3 DVD's, and 10 hrs of Information. (each show is one hour) If you've ever investigated into this type of information, you'd find that the government covers almost all of this stuff up. I don't know if Bob Lazar will be mentioned in this set, (haven't seen the entire series yet) but his tale is fascinating. And the same government who can make a person disappear, (witness protection) has made his list of credentials disappear.
Unless you are Subjective, you will really enjoy this series!
The Series (season 2) consists of: Mysterious Places
Gods & Aliens
Aliens & the third Reich
Angels & Aliens
Like most of other History series, I can heartily recommend AA - S2 to anyone. Factual, exciting and more than a little scary!
Instead of being an hour and a half as season 1 was of Ancient Aliens, each episode is now about 50 minutes, but each time I still can't help but smile as the evidence is piled on so much that skeptics really don't have a leg to stand on.
Enoch and the Extraterrestrials
The series explores ancient sites and monuments that I've never even heard of before, historical documents that are jaw dropping I've never seen before, and I'm a professional archaeologist! Like the "portal" at Huya Marka Peru, the Hans Glaser woodcut, the underwater Japanese pyramid, and many many more.Read more ›
Some of the information covered in Season I will be covered again in Season II, but not all, and there is so much information in both sets that by the time you get to Season II, rementioning it only serves as a great reminder. It's next to impossible to remember all the info presented. So . . Season I shouldn't be missed. Also, some of the presenters from Season I are not in Season II - although both sets include many different presenters.
Personally, I felt there was more time taken to produce Season I than II -- sort of like Season II was rushed into production. NONETHELESS -- this is such a great series that my husband and I have already starting watching it all over again, starting from Season I from the start. What's been most helpful to us is to take a few notes during the episodes, then spending time on the Internet reading more about the different sites and info presented. Now, going through it again, we have a better background and can more easily understand the bigger context of what they are presenting.
GREAT SERIES. WE LOVE IT.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this series from the History Channel. I now have all eight seasons and watch them over and over. Read morePublished 2 months ago by SylvaArtlinz
Make you think and wonder. Never heard of the series, but got season 1 as a gift. I purchased this on and have been very happy with it! Plan on getting more!Published 2 months ago by Jeanne A. Lookabill
Excellent series. I was disappointed that the matching picture from the cover was not included on each of the disk faces, like the set I bought from the History Channel. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cynthia Burkhardt
This season has some great episode. They shorted the length to am hour but this season is more in depth about the topics. Underwater worlds is my favorite.Published 5 months ago by A Alvarez
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