SyFy - Original Air Date: 9/16/10
Josh and Crew go to Cambodia to look for ghosts in Angkor Wat, then head to Lake Okanagan, Canada, to find the Ogopogo. Angkor Wat, the famous forty-square-mile temple complex, is up first, and the crew has the usual adventures with the locals, and interviews the usual witnesses, on their way. Then they set up the standard perimeter cameras and start poking around in the dark. Anyone who has seen the Tomb Raider series or numerous other video games will be familiar with the look of Angkor's amazing architecture, and it's just as creepy and amazing in real life. Fairly quickly, Josh captures a shadowy, humanlike form on the Fleer (infrared) camera. Just as quickly, they start seeing shapes moving through the darkness, though they don't fine anything, either human or animal. They climb to the top of the complex, light some candles and make an offering; oddly, the candles blow out and they see a light darting through the building, though no one else is there. Back in the states for analysis, they get the usual "voices" in their EVP work, but the figure on the thermal is the strangest bit of evidence. Again, I wonder about in-lens reflections, but the team concludes that Angkor Wat has a paranormal presence.
On to Lake Okanagan to hunt the Ogopogo, Canada's Loch Ness Monster, reportedly a serpent-like creature 30-60' long. After talking to the standard local eyewitnesses, they take a plane up and scout the lake. They see a strange long shape in the water, but can't track it down, even though they go diving and check out a local underwater cave by hand and with an ROV (remotely operated vehicle). Though Josh does see a large shape swim below him, he can't catch it; silty water limits the ROV's use. They camp on Rattlesnake Island and set up the usual equipment. They get a hit on their fish finder, but eventually dismiss it as possible debris. They spot a shadow on the water on the night vision, but again can't track anything solid down, though the ROV gets caught on something, probably weeds. A marine expert later suggests that many "Ogopogo" sightings are wakes or bubbles or other natural phenomena. He also suggests a sturgeon may explain some sightings, though no sturgeon have been caught in Lake Okanagan. Josh remains convinced, because of his close calls, that something strange may still lurk in the huge, deep lake.