Destination Truth: King Tut’s Curse/ Swamp Ape part 3 of 5


Josh and team conduct the first ever nighttime, ghost hunting investigation of King Tutankhamun’s Tomb in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings near Luxor. Next he conducts the show’s first stateside investigation into the swamps of Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve to search for a legendary primate creature called the Skunk ape.

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25 Comments on “Destination Truth: King Tut’s Curse/ Swamp Ape part 3 of 5”

  • proptech wrote on 1 February, 2010, 3:32

    @koolflattop666- There’s a theory that spirits aren’t affected by language barriers. I don’t quite know how it works, and again, it’s just a theory.

  • scamoo wrote on 1 February, 2010, 4:00

    @Azleymf I agree, and I can’t believe how big it’s gotten (Im a vampire fan and I hate it with a passion) It’s sad to see that people are stupid enough to buy into it :P

  • derbyman619 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 4:22

    @ koolflattop666 do you not know anything about hauntings? just cuz thats the resting place of the king dont mean ANyTHING josh and the rest are not ghost hunters they evin said it early on, so they had o have forgot to say it, ghost and spirts can haunt places they died at, or lived at, OR LOVED BEING AT, there for just cuz ppl say its the king, don mean its the king

  • koolflattop666 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 4:40

    how the fudge is an old egyptian king speaking english

  • SicilianGuy23 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 5:34

    well think about it there usually in a wild remote location so theres always gonna be things making noices ect, anytime i been out in the woods or camping ive heard tons of things outside

  • zZganjaProfit420 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 5:36

    this show is coll but dont you fine that he always is like i see something moving around but theres never nothing there

  • woshishui007050 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 5:37

    twiligt
    hahaha

  • Azleymf wrote on 1 February, 2010, 5:41

    twilight -.- gross

  • pokemaster296 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 6:10

    Well you never know… It is dead…

  • Zeruel3 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 6:21

    @zeik494 Modern Egyptian is very differant from the kind Tutankhamen would’ve spoke, it’s more similar to Arabic, unless there’s some ghostly translator or the word means something else in Egyptian, I doubt it was in modern English

  • Zeruel3 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 7:05

    It sounds more like ‘oouu’ than out, there’s no t at the end

  • Lionnith wrote on 1 February, 2010, 7:48

    Or, somebody left an egyption to english book i nthe tomb…

  • zeik494 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 8:00

    Old English is derived from many languages, and one of them is Egyptian. Many egyptians tried to escape the slavery they were facing so they escaped to many places such as france,germany,afghanistan and many other places. English is derived from french and german to so it could be possible out is “out” in egyptian.

  • powerprounce wrote on 1 February, 2010, 8:10

    wow as tall as giant gonzales

  • artsiteuk wrote on 1 February, 2010, 8:24

    Lol, why would an ancient Egyptian be saying ‘out’ in English? ;p

  • assitch666 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 9:09

    endles miles of land and they always see something that we do not

  • assitch666 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 9:23

    surely they all speak english >_> ghosts that is

  • georgetteduncan wrote on 1 February, 2010, 10:21

    “There has been a lot of people come up missing in the Everglades over the years.”

    Really? Probably has nothing to do with the thousands of gators or crazy people living there. Must ALL be the Skunk Ape.

  • georgetteduncan wrote on 1 February, 2010, 10:28

    Right?

  • georgetteduncan wrote on 1 February, 2010, 10:47

    They were known to release animals they were done with into the 1970s. I think you are probably right.

  • pdpmullin wrote on 1 February, 2010, 11:01

    Jael is way to sexy, I find myself watching this show for her instead of the cryptozoology.

  • NorthHuffman wrote on 1 February, 2010, 11:19

    yeah its called shroud

  • NorthHuffman wrote on 1 February, 2010, 11:48

    i thought it was like tut’s legs, it scared me lol

  • bi6 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 11:52

    2:34 looks like a shroud

  • Bladewing10 wrote on 1 February, 2010, 12:45

    I was on the fence about Josh until that comment about Twilight. Now he’s the man!

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