Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Sci-fi Documentary "In Search of Ancient Mysteries" on DVD Oct. 28

  
Film Chest Media Group Proudly Presents
IN SEARCH OF ANCIENT MYSTERIES 


Narrated by The Twilight Zone’s Rod Serling,
An Exploration of the Primitive World …
& Possible Extraterrestrial Visitors

Available on DVD Oct. 28th

Take an in-depth look at Earth’s early inhabitants in In Search of Ancient Mysteries, entering our galaxy on DVD Oct. 28  from Film Chest Media Group.

This popular, made-for-television documentary, hosted by science fiction icon Rod Serling, explores unexplained mysteries of the ancient world and possible connections to aliens.

Scientists and scholars analyze strange findings in statues, cave paintings and writings which suggest that people of the distant past may have been more sophisticated than previously thought … and may have been in contact with aliens or some other advanced civilization.

The success of this documentary led to the popular, long-running television series In Search Of … (1976-1982), hosted by Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek). A must-have for all sci-fi fans, mystery enthusiasts, scientific devotees and history buffs.

In Search of Ancient Mysteries is presented in full screen with an aspect ratio of 4 x 3 and original sound. 

About Film Chest:
Founded in 2001, Film Chest offers high-quality content for a wide variety of production and distribution needs, boasting one of the world’s largest libraries (10,000+ hours) of classic feature films, television, foreign imports, documentaries, special interest and audio—much of it restored and digitized in HD. Headquartered in Bridgeport, Conn., with offices in New York City, the company also produces and distributes collector’s DVD sets for its American Pop Classics, CULTRA and HD Cinema Classics labels. Visit us online: www.filmchestmediagroup.com

In Search of Ancient Mysteries
Film Chest
Genre: Sci-fi/Documentary
Original Release: 1973 (Color)
Not Rated
Format: DVD
Running Time: Approx. 53 Minutes
Suggested Retail Price: $11.98
Pre-Order Date: September 30, 2014
Street Date: October 28, 2014


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