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Arthur C Clarkes Mysterious World Strange Powers Universe

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  The price for any one series is 29.95:

1 - Arthur C. Clarkes Myserious World (1980) - 13 episodes on 2 dvds.
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2 - Arthur C. Clarkes World of Strange Powers (1985) - 13 episodes on 2 dvds.
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3 - Arthur C. Clarkes Mysterious Universe (1994) - 26 episodes on 3 dvds.

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Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World was a popular thirteen part television series looking at unexplained phenomena from around the world. It was first broadcast in 1980 in the UK by independent television network ITV. Each series is introduced by science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke in short sequences filmed in Sri Lanka. However, most of each episode is narrated by Gordon Honeycombe. The series was produced by John Fairley and directed by Peter Jones, Michael Weigall and Charles Flynn.

Episodes
1-The Journey Begins - September 2, 1980
2-Monsters of the Deep - September 9, 1980
3-Ancient Wisdom - September 16, 1980
4-The Missing Apeman - September 23, 1980
5-Giants For the Gods - September 30, 1980
6-Monsters of the Lakes - October 7, 1980
7-The Great Siberian Explosion - October 14, 1980
8-The Riddle of the Stones - October 21, 1980
9-Out of the Blue - October 28, 1980
10-U.F.O.'s - November 4, 1980
11-Dragons, Dinosaurs and Giant Snakes - November 11, 1980
12-Strange Skies - November 18, 1980
13-Clarke's Cabinet of Curiosities - November 25, 1980

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Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers was a popular thirteen part television series looking at strange worlds of the paranormal. It was first broadcast in 1985 in the UK by independent television network ITV. It was the sequel to the 1980 series Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World.

The series is introduced by acclaimed science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke in short sequences filmed at his home in Sri Lanka. However, individual episodes are narrated by Anna Ford. The series was produced by John Fairley and directed by Peter Jones, Michael Weigall and Charles Flynn.

Episodes
1-Warnings from the Future - April 3, 1985
2-Things That Go Bump in the Night - April 10, 1985
3-From Mind to Mind - April 17, 1985
4-Stigmata: The Wounds of Christ - April 24, 1985
5-Ghosts, Apparitions and Haunted Houses - May 1, 1985
6-Have We Lived Before? - May 15, 1985
7-Fairies, Phantoms and Fantastic Photographs - May 22, 1985
8-An Element of the Divine - June 5, 1985
9-Walking on Fire - June 12, 1985
10-Message from the Dead - June 19, 1985
11-The Roots of Evil - June 26, 1985
12-Metal Bending, Magic and Mind Over Matter - July 3, 1985
13-Strange Powers: The Verdict - July 10, 1985

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Mysterious Universe:
01. Snake Charmers, Wolf Children and Holy Men
02. On the Trail of the Big Cats
03. Where Giants Walked
04. Relics of the Saints
05. Mysteries of the Sea
06. The Psychic Detectives
07. Keys to the Past
08. The Burning Question
09. A Crop of Circles
10. At Death's Door
11. Callers from the Cosmos
12. The Evil Eye
13. Secrets of the Pyramids
14. Mysteries of the Maya
15. Squaring the Bermuda Triangle
16. Doom of the Dinosaurs
17. Cracking Codes: Writings, Runes and Other Riddles
18. Zombies: The Living Dead
19. The Strange Powers of Animals
20. Into Thin Air
21. Baffling Bombardments
22. Meeting Mary
23. Secrets of Ancient Worlds
24. Spirits of Place: Hauntings and Spectres
25. True or False: More Than Meets the Eye
26. Mysteries of the North
The subject matter--such phenomena as near-death experiences, zombies, crop circles, alien abductions, and hauntings--is potentially fascinating, but the truth is that this lengthy documentary offers little more than hoaxes, hearsay, and hogwash provided by kooks, cranks, and quacks. Arthur C. Clarke, author of 2001: A Space Odyssey, hosts six segments, each roughly 25 minutes long, that purport to explain the seemingly unexplainable. But nothing is documented, let alone proved; "My son is a zombie!" is about as scientific as it gets (indeed, the program itself seems determined to debunk some of the more hoary legends). All of which would be fine if the programs were at least entertaining; heck, a reenactment here and there would have been preferable to watching Brits with bad teeth (it's a Yorkskire Television production) droning on about the astonishing things they swear they witnessed decades ago. Stick with The X-Files. --Sam Graham
Product Description
Clarke and his team of highly respected scientific experts travel the globe seeking the truth behind mythical creatures, ancient legends and hair-raising rituals. Is it possible for the soul to leave the body for a glimpse of Heaven - or Hell? Are crop circles hard evidence of extra-terrestrials, hoaxes...or both? Is the "face" seen on new NASA photos of Mars a natural weather phenomenon or an indication that we are not alone?
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