Host Don Wildman explores battleship linked to tales of conspiracy and lies involving one of the nation's most loved presidents; examines the marker that commemorates the incredible story of the last bare knuckle boxing match; investigates the former home of the brains behind American's first spy ring.
Host Don Wildman explores a mansion in Michigan that was built on the back of the sweetest of swindles; investigates the town of Granby, CO that was terrorized by a mechanical monster hell bent on destruction; and learns of a violent uprising in NYC's Central Park that left it changed forever.
Host Don Wildman explores the grave of a blind slave who's incredible musical talents led to a heartbreaking custody battle; investigates the birthplace of the inventor of the Tommy Gun; and gazes upon a sculpture that hints at the origins of the very first snowboard.
Host Don Wildman explores the University of California at Berkley where an ambitious scientist once tried to play god; investigates the tale of a Godzilla like creature stalking the beaches at Honeymoon Island State Park; and explains how the Lowell Observatory's namesake changed our perception of life in the universe.
Host Don Wildman explores an historic home in Boston involved in one of the most audacious escapes from slavery of all time; investigates a majestic oak tree on Hatteras Island, NC linked to stories of witchcraft; and marvels at the Holmdel Horn antenna that forever changed our understanding of life itself.
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 gazes upon a majestic mammoth that boasts an incredible tale of survival; investigates an iconic landmark that was at the center of a terrifying chain of explosive attacks; and unveils an abandoned camp that was once home to a sinister group hell bent on world domination.
Host Don Wildman investigates the fishy disappearance of a sacred effigy at the Massachusetts State House; explores the truth behind the first African-American baseball player; and examines the statue of a New York mayor who looked to restore law and order using a vegetable.
Host Don Wildman explores the former home of a mysterious dancer that cost a Bavarian king his home; takes in the awe of a 16 foot statue of Vladimir Lenin and wonders how in the world it ended up in Seattle; and investigates a disease once studied by a scientist who used himself as a lab rat.
Host Don Wildman unmasks the mysterious and some say sinister former scholar of the Round Schoolhouse in Brookline Vermont; explores the David and Goliath tale of New York's newsboys; and explores a life-sized bronze statue of a pioneering explorer who dared to reach for the stars.