If you like to think about the unexplainable, the mysterious, the paranormal you belong to the target demographic of the Disclose.tv video website.
Like Mulder and Scully from X-Files you can explore the website and take a look at the videos that they offer. On the technical site Disclose is a pretty good YouTube clone serving only the mystery niche. The site does offer videos and pictures as well as a forum and other ways to communicate with the community. The biggest video category so far is the Aliens & Ufology category with 234 videos followed by Paranormal with 80 videos and Spirituality with 31.
Quality counts on sites like Disclose.tv which explains the low amount of videos that are available at the moment. Another reason is of course that the site is relatively new but seems to draw some attention to its service at the moment.
You can watch all videos on Disclose.tv without registration on the site and videos can be embedded as well which may be useful if you run your own website or want to embed them on forums or other sites.
Some videos on the website are quite fascinating, not saying that they show true events but it makes you wonder if this could be real or not.
I suppose most can be explained if scientist would analyze them but this does not stop people from being fascinated about it. Some videos have a playing time of only some seconds while others are tv productions with a length of up to one hour.
Update: The website and service is still available on the Internet. It does not appear to be overly popular on the Internet, judging from the video view counts of featured videos displayed prominently on the website's start page.
Videos are still uploaded fairly frequently to the website. The recently added category lists dozens if not hundreds of videos that are added to the service per day.
The site has recently expanded and is now accepting other file types besides videos. You find documents and audio file categories on the site as well so that it is not just another niche video hosting site anymore but a full blown resource instead.
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