Don Wildman inspects a bizarre acorn-shaped sculpture that commemorates an otherworldly event; explores the world's smallest skyscraper that was once at the center of an outrageous scam; and investigates an engineering wonder inspired by an eccentric figure.
Don Wildman investigates a sculpture of a suspicious saint with a dubious past; visits a fortress at the center of a strange tale of secrecy, discovery, and death; and explores spectacular caverns and its multitude of bats.
Host Don Wildman examines an unusual sculpture of a death-defying creature; gazes upon a lonely outpost built atop an island that witnessed unspeakable horrors; and explores a spectacular park linked to a preacher.
Host Don Wildman investigates the fishy disappearance of a sacred effigy; explores the truth behind the first African-American baseball player; and examines the statue of a New York mayor.
Host Don Wildman unmasks the story of a mysterious former scholar of the Round Schoolhouse in Vermont; explores the David and Goliath tale of New York's newsboys; and explores a life-sized bronze statue of a pioneering explorer.
Don Wildman encounters a majestic mammoth that boasts an incredible tale of survival; investigates an iconic landmark that was at the center of terrifying explosive attacks; and unveils an abandoned camp with a sinister past.
Host Don Wildman explores the former home of a mysterious dancer that cost a Bavarian king his home, a 16-foot statue of Vladimir Lenin and a disease once studied by a scientist who used himself as a lab rat.
Host Don Wildman explores a colossal mountain where a hero in disguise took on the KKK; investigates the grave of politician Huey Long; and takes in a bridge that found itself at the center of the struggle for civil rights.
Host Don Wildman explores the University of California Berkeley where a scientist once tried to play God; investigates the tale of a Godzilla-like creature; and explains how an observatory's namesake changed our perception of life.
Host Don Wildman explores the grave of a blind slave whose musical talents led to a custody battle; investigates the birthplace of the inventor of the Tommy Gun; and studies the origins of the snowboard.
Host Don Wildman explores a historic home involved in one of the most audacious escapes from slavery; investigates an oak tree linked to stories of witchcraft; and marvels at an antenna that changed our lives.
Host Don Wildman explores a mansion in Michigan that was built on the back of the sweetest of swindles; investigates a town terrorized by a mechanical monster; and learns of a violent uprising in New York City’s Central Park.
Don explores a battleship linked to tales of conspiracy and lies involving a beloved president; examines the marker that commemorates the story of the last bare knuckle boxing match; investigates the former home of American's first spy ring.
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