Basically, it's like the Trailer Park Boys meets The X-Files. In other words: a bunch of comedy actors pretend to investigate made-up anomalous bullshit.
Much like the Trailer Park Boys the team comprises of a bunch of numbnuts, notably Travis (Bubbles) Taylor (an alleged astrophysicist with a Ph.D in what one can only imagine is 'Advanced Bullshitting'), Brandon Fugal (the Mr. Lahey of the park/ranch - albeit a sober one but just as equally dumb), Tom Winterton (Julian), Erik Bard (Randy) and security chief Bryant "Dragon" Arnold (the obvious Ricky of the group with a completely dumbass nickname).
On each episode the boys use state-of-the-art technology to investigate ordinary events that have been dramatically exaggerated out of all context, whilst fabricating the failure of that technology as the cameras mysteriously keep rolling without succumbing to the same fate as all the other equipment. Pieces of rust are discovered in an industrial vacuum cleaner, Venus is repeatedly filmed in the sky, torch beams are shone off some nearby trees, and the reflection of the rising sun bouncing off the top of a mesa is considered to be of incredible significance. When a cow mysteriously dies (apparently of fright) no-one seems to conclude that it might have had something to do with the boys shooting rockets into the sky for no other reason than it being fun to launch rockets.
If, by season 3, anyone has any shadow of a doubt that the whole thing is a badly pulled off hoax, then just to set the matter in concrete they bring a whole host of shady guests onto the show like professional goat starer Colonel John B. Alexander and lucrative disinformation agent George Knapp.
An exceptionally entertaining show for all the wrong reasons, I can only highly recommend it for its unintentional hilarity.