Don investigates the former home of American's first spy ring, and explores a battleship linked to tales of conspiracy.
Host Don Wildman explores a mansion in Michigan that was built on the back of the sweetest of swindles, and learns of a violent uprising in New York City’s Central Park.
Don Wildman explores a historic home involved in one of the most audacious escapes from slavery, and marvels at an antenna that changed our lives.
Host Don Wildman explores the grave of a blind slave whose musical talents led to a custody battle, and studies the origins of the snowboard.
Don explores the University of California Berkeley where a scientist once tried to play God and investigates the tale of a Godzilla-like creature.
Host Don Wildman explores a colossal mountain where a hero in disguise took on the KKK, and investigates the grave of politician Huey Long.
Don Wildman investigates the former home of a mysterious dancer, a 16-foot-tall statue of Vladimir Lenin and a disease once studied by a scientist who used himself as a lab rat.
Don Wildman investigates a bizarre acorn-shaped sculpture, the world's smallest skyscraper and a engineering wonder inspired by an eccentric figure.
Host Don Wildman explores a life-sized bronze statue of a pioneering explorer, the David and Goliath tale of New York's newsboys and more.
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.