'Fox Files': Harrowing tale of the kidnapping of 26 school children; also Iran's elite, Olympic archery star

In this exciting new episode of “Fox Files,” Arthel Neville tells you the harrowing tale that seems like it came straight out of a horror movie: How a school bus carrying twenty six school children vanished without a trace in 1976 in the tiny farming community of Chowchilla, Ca.

Then Amy Kellogg takes you inside the Islamic Republic of Iran where a small group of people are acquiring unprecedented wealth and they are not afraid to show it. Porsches, Maseratis and Ferraris are cruising the streets of Tehran.

Finally, Alisyn Camerota reports on a five-time Olympic archer who will be competing for the US this summer in London, who also trained the star of the blockbuster film “The Hunger Games.” The success of the film has led to an explosion in the popularity of archery all across the country.

Fox Files airs Friday at 10 PM/ET and Sunday at 9 PM/ET.