Before ‘Expedition Unknown’, Ping Pong teamed up with adventurer Josh Gates to produce ‘Destination Truth’. For five seasons, Syfy’s ‘Destination Truth’ followed Gates as he scoured the globe, tracking down reports of unidentified creatures, supernatural mysteries, and paranormal phenomena. Josh takes on the role of “open-minded skeptic,” interviewing witnesses and experts, immersing himself in the local culture, and then conducting his own investigation. Each episode features exciting, hilarious, and unprecedented journeys to some of the most extreme locations on earth, from the haunting remains of abandoned whaling facilities in Antarctica, to the radioactive ruins of Chernobyl in Ukraine. The series debuted in 2007, and was a breakout hit garnering millions of loyal fans and a number of world-firsts, including the first ever overnight filming in the tomb of King Tut. More than a decade later, the truth is still our destination…and you’re invited to join the adventure.
The series first debuted in 2007, and was a breakout hit garnering millions of loyal fans. The show is credited with a number of world-firsts, including the first ever overnight filming in the tomb of King Tut, as well as in the world’s largest religious building at Angkor Wat. Josh also sailed to the bottom of the world to investigate the creepy remains of abandoned whaling facilities in Antarctica, as well as to the radioactive remains of Chernobyl in Ukraine.