Zak, Nick and Aaron head to New Orleans, LA, to investigate a city that's still haunted by the lost souls taken by Hurricane Katrina. From May Baily's Place, once one of New Orleans' most famed brothels, to voodoo queen Bloody Mary's House and the Haunted Mortuary, the guys’ investigation uncovers unsettling paranormal evidence.
Don explores the freakiest mysteries -- from the plaster cast of Siamese twins, Cheng and Eng at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia to one of the most startling exhibits at the Detroit Science Center, where 2 dozen 200-year-old corpses are perfectly preserved.
Don revisits the National Museum of the US Air Force in Dayton, OH, to find out if the first being sent into space survived the mission. Also, displayed at the Allen County Public Library in Indiana is a rare photograph of Lincoln with his wife -- taken many years after his assassination.
We're kicking off our list of the best chow down joints in the country! In this first hour of 101 Tastiest Places to Chowdown, we'll discover the best lobster shack in Maine, the official BBQ capital of Texas and a sausage lover's dream in Ohio. And if that isn't enough to whet your appetite, we've got a decadent buffet of never ending chocolate, the lip-smackingest fried chicken in New Orleans and a hefty burger in Atlanta topped with practically anything you can think of!
The second hour of our countdown brings us 20 mouth-watering spots closer to our number 1 chow down joint! We head down south to meet "Big Red," a smoker the size of a bank vault churning out some of the most tender 'que in Alabama. And later, we tackle a monstrous burrito in San Jose, visit a decadent breakfast wonderland in Kentucky and find out what exactly makes up a Cincinnati 3-way.
We plow through 20 more drool-worthy chow down spots on our countdown, finding that the best places to get your grub on can sometimes be found in the most unexpected places. We travel to Nebraska to dig into some of the best soul food in the country, a year old BBQ joint with a hundred years of pit experience and a former grocery store serving up the finest steak in the south. Other food twists on this list include barbecue spaghetti, beer flavored ice cream and chicken-fried bacon!
We're getting so close to the #1 spot on our countdown, we can almost smell it! Mmm... But for now we're still counting down more of the country's best places to chow down. Numbers 40-21 are chock full of some of America's most iconic eat joints! We see a Midwestern frozen custard that licks the competition and head over the bridge to get a taste of real Brooklyn-style pizza. Also come with us as we tear into famously finger-licking ribs in Memphis, settle a decades-old debate over the best lobster roll in New Hampshire and find out how President Obama likes his chili!
In the final hour of 101 Tastiest Places to Chowdown, we reveal the coveted top 20 spots on our countdown. From coast to coast, we've seen some of the biggest and baddest eats this country has to offer, but we've saved the best for last! Come with us as we explore totally one-of-a-kind doughnuts in Portland, a scarily ginormous hot dog, Chicago's elusive ooey-gooey pizza puff...and of course the NUMBER 1 spot to chow down in the U.S.A.!
Future Scream Machines: Bigger, Wetter, FasterFuture Scream Machines: Bigger, Wetter, Faster
Strap in and get ready to freak out -- we're taking an in-depth look at never-before-seen, cutting-edge technology that will soon be hitting amusement parks around the world. From behind-the-scenes action at the world's premiere amusement park expo to one of the biggest announcements in roller coaster history, we'll give you a front row seat to all the action!
Lamborghini chooses Miami for the unveiling of their new Aventador Roadster. As part of the unveiling, MIA closes its longest runway so the 5 Roadsters can attempt to break the ground speed record. This high-stakes event takes extraordinary coordination between every department, from Lauren Stover and her security team screening all the attendees, to Ken Pyatt and Dickie Davis figuring out how to pull the entire event off in the 20-minute window that the FAA has allotted. Can the MIA team pull off an event of this magnitude without causing flight delays?
When a note is found in a returned rental car claiming to have a bomb in it, the entire transit center at Miami International Airport is shut down and evacuated, inconveniencing thousands of passengers. Meanwhile, at the Lufthansa airline gate, ground personnel prepare for a quick turnaround of a huge aircraft, but a passenger delays the flight when Customs and Border Protection questions him.
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