Situated in a small, Washington, D.C. courtyard is a five and a half foot tall, bronze statue that some say has caused pregnant women to miscarry and is reported to have killed a college student. Could this eerie sculpture be possessed? On the national mall stands a towering monument commemorating the country's first president. How did its design and link to a secret society give rise to rumors that the Washington Monument is really an emblem of evil? And in a remote region of South Dakota is America's most famous sculpture, Mount Rushmore. How did its creation spawn tales that there is a secret vault hidden behind these four, iconic portraits.
Don investigates America's First Spy Ring.
Don learns of a violent uprising in New York City’s Central Park.
Don Wildman investigates an oak tree linked to stories of witchcraft.
Don Wildman investigates the birthplace of the inventor of the Tommy Gun.
Host Don Wildman explores the University of California, Berkeley.
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 former home of a mysterious dancer.
Don Wildman inspects a bizarre acorn-shaped sculpture.
Host Don Wildman unmasks the story of a mysterious former scholar.