Pilot and journalist Kellee Edwards travels to a Hawaiian island that has remained virtually untouched by tourism. She visits a sacred space, hunts for creatures that lurk in the deep and meets a brave local who sheds light on the island's dark past.
Kellee Edwards travels to the mysterious, untouched island of Sapelo off the coast of Georgia. Multiple attempts have been made to develop the island but all have ended in tragedy. Is Sapelo cursed? As Kellee uncovers the truth, she realizes the answers to the mystery are far more personal than she ever imagined.
Kellee Edwards' journey takes her to the far side of the planet to the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, one of the oldest islands on Earth. Kellee discovers its inhabitants may have the answer to whether there's life after death after she attends a bizarre and haunting funeral ceremony.
Kellee Edwards travels to South Korea’s Jeju Island to look into the mysterious reason it’s known as Asia’s "island of dominant women." Does the answer lie in Jeju’s legendary connection to a powerful goddess, or is there a more recent, but much darker, explanation?
Kellee Edwards heads to Alaska's Aleutian Islands in search of answers to the mysterious arrival, surprising survival and sudden disappearance of the first people to inhabit the Americas. New evidence leads Kellee to an amazingly sophisticated culture that survived, and even thrived, at the edge of the habitable world a millennia before the pyramids rose in ancient Egypt.