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Missing Dial

Missing Dial poster
Air weekdate: Sunday
Genre: Crime, Reality
Status: Continuing
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In a project that hits close to home, National Geographic Channel forays into the true-crime genre by documenting biologist and National Geographic explorer Roman Dial's investigation into the 2014 disappearance of his son. An experienced outdoorsman, Cody Roman Dial vanished while trying to complete a solo expedition through the Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica, one of Central America's most dangerous jungles. ``Missing Dial'' chronicles how Roman, along with a former DEA special agent and a retired United States Air Force pararescue jumper/wilderness expert, spent nearly eight months in Costa Rica interviewing witnesses, interrogating suspects and trekking deep into the jungle in pursuit of new leads. They retrace Cody's last-known whereabouts and use hidden cameras and fake identities to uncover a web of lies, surprising clues and a shocking twist.

Central American Jungle occupy several thousand square kilometers and just teeming with a variety of dangerous insects, poisonous snakes and wild cats. Agree it's not the best place for recreation and entertainment. Clearly travelers have a hard time here. Caught in such a difficult situation should clearly know how to behave because at stake is their life. Back in July 2014 the son of the legendary explorer trying to make a solo trek through the dangerous jungle disappeared mysteriously. Now, one of the most legendary adventurers in the world goes with his team consisting of former FBI agents to investigate the causes of the disappearance of his son. They will walk in the footsteps really dangerous places always be on the alert and most importantly to try to find a solution to the troubling question. Their overwhelming desire to find the true cause of the incident is much stronger than the fear of the terrible terrain suggestible. Have you ever dreamed of seeing the terrifying presence of the terrible predators of the jungle world of America? Then feel free to join the team of intrepid researchers which will lead you on the wildest corners of the area. Allow yourself to achieve the goal of the most interesting unknown and risky.

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