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Conspiracy Files debuts on Destination America tonight

A brand new show based off the findings of America’s Freedom of Information Act is about to shed light on some deep dark secrets on Destination America.

CONSPIRACY FILES tackles compelling conspiracy theories by opening previously off-limits secret files made public by the Freedom of Information Act. Based on the new information discovered, the show re-examines faulty assumptions, searches for inconsistencies, and explores new leads, questioning popular beliefs and arming viewers with information to make their own decisions. In addition, a new generation of experts has harnessed the burgeoning power of new technologies to take their research farther than ever anticipated.

I do love a good mystery, and I love a good conspiracy-busting even more. Conspiracy Files is set to offer both as the show looks to open the lid on some of the world’s biggest mysteries. Airing on the Destination America channel, Conspiracy Files will pick apart official explanations aplenty and offer new views into the unknown.

Needless to say, if you’re already a fan of some of the network’s other shows like Mountain Monsters, you’ll probably feel right at home here. There’s a special double-header episode lined up for the opening night as well with Doomsday (NOT the DC Comics character of the same name) and something called ‘Bio-Hazard Island’ taking the dual airtime’s.

Here’s what you can expect from both when the show kicks off tonight:

“Doomsday” at 8/7c: The end is near. There have been signs and prophecies for centuries, but is man’s time on this planet finally coming to an end? The question is: are you ready for Doomsday?  

“Bio-Hazard Island” at 8:30/7:30c: There is a secret government facility accused of creating many of the diseases currently plaguing our country. Have we unleashed these biological weapons on purpose and, if so, is there a secret lab near you?

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