Encounters with the Unexplained: Noahs Ark on Ararat – Is it Really Noahs Ark?

Theatrical Release: May 25, 1999
DVD Release: July 3, 2001
Encounters with the Unexplained: Noahs Ark on Ararat – Is it Really Noahs Ark?


High atop a mountain in Eastern Turkey is a giant 5,000 year-old wooden ship containing hundreds of stalls and cages. Is it Noah’s Ark? But how could Noah have built such a huge ship? Did ancients have the technology? How could the ark hold all the world’s animals? Was there really a worldwide flood that destroyed all mankind? What about the historical record that Adam’s body was taken aboard the ark and left there until American scientists removed it? New expeditions and scientific investigations using satellites, computers and aerial spy cameras have provided amazing answers to these questions. It’s a discovery that will challenge your deepest beliefs, or make you a witness to a miracle.

Other videos in the series include: “Ark of the Covenant – The Golden Ark with Incredible Power?”; “Biblical End Times – Are End Time Warnings True?”; “Prayer Intervention – Is there Really Power in Prayer?”; “Easter Island – What’s So Mysterious About Easter Island?”; “Shroud of Turin – Is it the Burial Cloth of Jesus?”; “Egyptian Pyramids – What’s Behind the Door in the Pyramid?”; “Area 51 Base – America’s Hidden Spaceport?”; “Oak Island – Mysterious Treasure on Oak Island?”; “Crop Circles – Secret Messages From Crop Circles?”; “Biblical Adam and Eve – Adam and Eve: Fact or Fiction?”; “Kecksburg UFO Crash – What Really Happened at Kecksburg?”; “Roswell UFO Crash – What Really Happened at Roswell?”

Dove Review

This is a fascinating DVD, which is nicely distributed between interviews, facts, the biblical account, and varying points of view on the subject of whether or not the true Noah’s Ark has been located. Many experts were interviewed, and archived footage of those who have gone before is shown. The data seems to indicate a favorable genuine discovery. The viewer can decide for himself/herself. This is well worth viewing for the entire family. We award this film five doves.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Grizzly Adams Prod., Inc.
Director: David Priest
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 46 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter