Earth’s lush terrain and shining seas can hide tales of adventures gone terribly wrong, where people have met mysterious ill-fated ends. In Travel Channel’s new eight-episode series, Lost in the Wild, premiering Sunday, December 29 at 11 p.m. ET/PT, veteran explorers J.J. Kelley and Kinga Philipps are reinvestigating these perplexing cases, venturing into the perilous unknown in search of answers.
Journalist Kinga Philipps and filmmaker J.J. Kelley investigate the most-fascinating missing person cases on the planet. At each harrowing location, the intrepid explorers speak to locals, witnesses and experts in hard-hitting interrogations. They follow the evidence trail no matter where it goes, putting themselves in heart-pounding situations that test their limits.
J.J. Kelley and Kinga Philipps are following in the footsteps of adventurers who disappeared and never made it home. Here’s a sneak peek at five of the investigations featured on Travel Channel’s newest show, Lost in the Wild, premiering Dec. 29 at 11|10c.
Kinga Philipps and J.J. Kelley journey to Panama to solve the mystery of what happened to two young Dutch women who disappeared while hiking. The official story is a simple accident, but haunting photos from their last days suggest darker possibilities.
J.J. Kelley and Kinga Philipps head into the heart of the Amazon to follow in the footsteps of three adventurers who went missing while in search of the fabled lost city of Akakor. An enigmatic tour guide may be the key to solving the decades-old mystery.
Kinga Philipps and J.J. Kelley investigate the 2016 disappearance of a social media star who ventured into northern India's fabled Valley of Death on a spiritual quest and never returned.
Kinga Philipps and J.J. Kelley investigate the disappearances of two men who eerily vanished in the mountains above Silver Plume, Colorado, mere months apart in the 1980s. Psychic medium Cindy Kaza joins the case with a chilling alternative theory.
J.J. Kelley and King Philipps venture to the Philippines to investigate the disappearance of a man said to have been lured into a vast forest by shadowy forces that defy description.
J.J. Kelley and Kinga Philipps investigate the 2014 disappearance of a man on Zimbabwe's fabled -- and feared -- Mount Nyangani. Did he intentionally disappear, or was he swallowed up by a mountain where vengeful spirits roam?
Kinga Philipps and J. J. Kelley journey to Malaysia to solve the case of a long-distance runner who disappeared in 2019. Foul play is suspected, but many locals believe the man vanished into a secret realm ruled by invisible beings.
J.J. Kelley and Kinga Philipps head to a remote island in the Galapagos to uncover how and why an Austrian baroness and her lover disappeared in 1934. Cryptic photographs found near a dead body almost a century ago may provide new clues in the case.