If anyone has an opinion on the viral Facebook event, it's Alien Highway's Chuck Zukowski. Spoiler alert: he doesn't think it's a good idea!
Get a first look at the cast, locations and investigations featured in Travel Channel's latest series, Alien Highway.
A rash of recent UFO sightings brings Chuck and the team to Missouri, the home of the 1973 Piedmont lights incident. Armed with new evidence, they tackle the question: is history repeating itself, or did the UFO activity never really subside?
A Missouri man who claims UFOs are stalking him reaches out to Chuck and the team for help. During the intense investigation, they uncover a dark secret which may explain why their client is experiencing so much UFO activity.
Chuck receives a map from an informant supposedly leading to a hidden cache of recovered materials from the Roswell incident. He and his team go on the treasure hunt of lifetime to locate what could be the mother lode of all UFO discoveries.
A recent creature sighting outside the infamous Skinwalker Ranch brings Chuck and the team to Utah to investigate. Evidence both on the ground and in the skies indicates the mysterious shapeshifter might actually be an alien.
An ongoing flap of UFO sightings in and out of the water off the Southern California coastline leads Chuck and the team to investigate the connection between UFOs, the military and the ocean itself.
A recent UFO sighting in Phoenix leads Chuck and the team to Sedona, Arizona, where these kinds of incidents occur on a nightly basis. They investigate whether the area's powerful energy vortexes are acting as portals for otherworldly visitors.
After an informant relays a story of an alien that reportedly escaped from Area 51, Chuck and the team head to Tonapah, Nevada, to investigate whether this creature still roams the area.