Josh Gates embarks on an all-new set of adventures in season 3 of Expedition Unknown, including investigating the legends of Attila the Hun, a lost Grecian empire and a Montana sheriff's hidden treasure.
Expedition Unknown unites the world's mysteries with a few host-related certainties: Josh Gates wears the same shirt for days. He'll eat the sketchiest food he can find. And he will scare the $%@# out of his audience at least once an hour.
In season 2 of Expedition Unknown, the adventures get even bigger, the climbs get higher and the dives go deeper. Check out some highlights from host Josh Gates' latest investigations around the world in places like Ecuador, Austria, Haiti and more.
Channel your inner Josh Gates and explore these mysterious, remote, off-the-tourist-track adventures. From dinosaur-track hunting in British Columbia to following the Voodoo Trail in West Africa, we’ve rounded up the most far-flung expeditions around the world.
Josh Gates takes another trek around the world investigating mysteries of the past.
Josh joins local divers in Myanmar to search for the ancient cursed Great Bell of King Dhammazedi.
Josh searches through various ancient shrines in Japan looking for the mystical Honjo Masamune sword.
Josh flies to Peru to investigate the giant geoglyphs drawn into earth by ancient Nazca tribes.
Josh explores the deep jungles, cenotes and ruins of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.
Josh scours the Virginia backcountry in search of the legendary Thomas Beale treasure.