Introduces us to a wide variety of museums from across the United States, each filled with extraordinary, often bizarre artifacts with amazing tales to be told -- and secrets to be revealed.
The Theremin, Silly Putty and the Tacoma Narrows Bridge are featured.
The death cast of Cheng and Eng; an umbrella from a Cold War assassination; the legend of an Al Capone jail cell.Watch Now:iTunes
Host Don Wildman examines the series of events that led to the "Miracle on the Hudson" river landing; explores the origins of a legendary statue; and takes a closer look at a musical invention that struck a major chord.Watch Now:iTunes
Investigating a kidnapping, a headstrong engineer and a bird-saving contraption.Watch Now:iTunes
Don Wildman inspects tiles from a tunnel, a film reel and a doghouse.Watch Now:iTunes
Episode Synopsis: Examining a black-and-white negative that captures part of a sinister plot; the story of wax sculptor Madame Marie Tussaud; and the history of WD-40.Watch Now:iTunes
Host Don Wildman examines a pair of handcuffs that once bound the wrists of an unlikely criminal, a dress worn by a socialite at the center of a shocking crime, and a leather bag used in a legendary prison escape.Watch Now:iTunes
Don Wildman examines a trunk that holds the secrets of an unlikely killer, a collection of mysterious debris that may be proof of alien intelligence and a curious orb that tells the story of the rise and fall of a bizarre cult.Watch Now:iTunes
Don investigates an aged dossier's connection to Jack the Ripper. He also explores the story of a counterfeit $20 bill; and examines a specimen of a locust.Watch Now:iTunes
An electric pen invented by Thomas Edison. Don investigates the mysterious disappearance of the captain and crew of the Carroll A. Deering; and explores the legend of a lizard-like creature believed to roam the swamps of South Carolina.Watch Now:iTunes
A jar of strange creatures that helped inspire one of the scariest horror films of all time; a blue diamond that is rumored to bring misfortune; the shattered skull of a 19th century Railroad worker.Watch Now:iTunes
Don inspects the only known lottery scam ticket; a lifeboat that survived a hijacking; a damaged plane part that might be responsible for ghost sightings.Watch Now:iTunes
Don examines a cardboard box that once held a country's fear, a pill bottle from Monroe's death and a Civil War submarine.Watch Now:iTunes
Don uncovers a the story behind a work of art; a religious cult warning; a future robot hero.Watch Now:iTunes
A mailbox from the Cold War; an antique wheelbarrow's secret; a preserved monster head from a probable sea beast.Watch Now:iTunes
Don looks at how a drug syndicate was brought down; a gold ingot from a sunken ship; a relic from Area 51.Watch Now:iTunes
The examination of a uniform, a manuscript, and Ice Age Duelling Mammoths.Watch Now:iTunes
Don inspects a uniform worn by a highly unorthodox doctor, examines an antique bell linked to a monstrous creature known as the Red Ghost, and investigates a massive stone monolith.Watch Now:iTunes
Did homemade heads help destroy the reputation of Alcatraz prison? How did the Enigma machine help to win World War II? And is the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore the actual home of the Mona Lisa?
Does a prehistoric "monster" provide clues to an Ice Age puzzle? Is an odd wooden figure the explanation for a 60-year-old mystery or the key to a government cover-up?
What does a vintage fire engine tell us about what really destroyed San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake? Does a 10,000-year-old mastodon skeleton reveal a shocking story of greed and murder inside one of our nation's most esteemed universities?
Don examines an old chauffeur's cap and a block of foam from a military manhunt, then tries to unlock a preserved beast.Watch Now:iTunes
A feud between Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini is examined by the host, who later looks into the history of "Poison Squad" experiments and the beginnings of food and drug regulation. Also: the story of a jaw-dropping feat of trickery pulled off by a great impostor.Watch Now:iTunes
Don Wildman investigates a tattered briefcase belonging to an eccentric doctor who went to gruesome lengths in search of the fountain of youth, a massive chunk of stone which some believe is the fossilized remains of a biblical ship, and a reel-to-reel tape recorder used by one of the FBI's most prolific and notorious informants.Watch Now:iTunes
Host Don Wildman investigates a pair of timeworn, everyday dining implements that were at the center of an event that shocked and terrified a psychiatric ward, a charcoal portrait of a scantily clad man once embroiled in a notorious news expose and an aged dossier from the 1950s whose pages tell of one madman’s reign of terror.Watch Now:iTunes