Links for The Unexplained Files S1E6: Human Combustion & Carlos de los Santos

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Episode 6

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October 2, 2013
Spontaneous Human Combustion - Oklahoma, February 2013 - a man is reduced to a pile of ashes in his own home. Bizarrely, fire investigators find no fire damage around him. Is he the latest victim of spontaneous human combustion? While investigators tackle the question, Frank Baker, demands explanations for the horrifying phenomenon that has put him through the terror of catching fire three times without any known cause. Carlos de los Santos - Pilot Carlos de los Santos is en route to Mexico City Airport, when he is suddenly surrounded by three UFOs. Carlos is terrified as the silver discs seem to disable his aircraft, then raise it to a high altitude, threatening a fatal stall. Carlos regains control when the strange objects suddenly dart off to a volcano at inconceivably high speeds, completing aerial maneuvers that were unheard of at the time. Investigation proves that Carlos was neither drunk nor drugged – and the actual 18-minute recording of his desperate Mayday call to the airport attests to his genuine panic. But it is first time testimony from a radar operator that proves beyond a doubt Carlos' plane was being "buzzed" by UFOs...
Season Finale
October 2, 2013
Season Finale
Spontaneous Human Combustion - Oklahoma, February 2013 - a man is reduced to a pile of ashes in his own home. Bizarrely, fire investigators find no fire damage around him. Is he the latest victim of spontaneous human combustion? While investigators tackle the question, Frank Baker, demands explanations for the horrifying phenomenon that has put him through the terror of catching fire three times without any known cause. Carlos de los Santos - Pilot Carlos de los Santos is en route to Mexico City Airport, when he is suddenly surrounded by three UFOs. Carlos is terrified as the silver discs seem to disable his aircraft, then raise it to a high altitude, threatening a fatal stall. Carlos regains control when the strange objects suddenly dart off to a volcano at inconceivably high speeds, completing aerial maneuvers that were unheard of at the time. Investigation proves that Carlos was neither drunk nor drugged – and the actual 18-minute recording of his desperate Mayday call to the airport attests to his genuine panic. But it is first time testimony from a radar operator that proves beyond a doubt Carlos' plane was being "buzzed" by UFOs...