Great Train Robbery, Phoenix Lights, Sea Serpent

Host Don Wildman examines a wooden detonator used in an explosive railway robbery, a video camera that captured a bizarre, unexplained phenomenon and the massive skull of a legendary beast said to terrorize the seas.

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Magician's belt
Magician's belt

Magician's belt

On display at the American Museum of Magic in Marshall, MI, is the belt of master magician that played a surprising role in one of the most egregious, covert government plots in American history. 960 1280

  

Anastasia in Virginia

Anastasia in Virginia

This lock of hair, now on display at the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society in Charlottesville, VA, reveals the truth about a woman claiming to be Anastasia, the youngest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. 960 1280

  

Anastasia in Virginia

Anastasia in Virginia

In 2007, long after the woman’s death, a DNA analysis using a lock of her hair proved that she was not, after all, a member of the Romanov family. 960 1280

  

Detonator from train robbery

Detonator from train robbery

At the Smithsonian Institution’s National Postal Museum in Washington, DC, visitors will find an aged wooden detonator box. The device was used in the execution of one of the most daring and destructive train heists on record. 960 1280

  

Manuscript

Manuscript

Post-doctoral scholar Dael Norwood examines an aged tome at the New York Historical Society. The manuscript tells a bone-chilling tale of survival set in the sands of the Sahara. 960 1280

  

Manuscript

Manuscript

This manuscript eventually shaped President Abraham Lincoln’s views on slavery. 960 1280

  

National Atomic Testing Museum

National Atomic Testing Museum

The National Atomic Testing Museum, in Las Vegas, NV, houses a camcorder that many believe contains evidence of an otherworldly spacecraft. 960 1280

  

Phoenix Lights Camera

Phoenix Lights Camera

Dr. Lynne D. Kitei discusses her theory on the "Phoenix Lights" phenomenon. 960 1280

  

Phoenix Lights Camera

Phoenix Lights Camera

On display at the National Atomic Testing Museum is the standard consumer video camera that Dr. Lynne D. Kitein used to record what appears to be an otherworldly pattern of bright lights hovering in the Arizona sky. 960 1280

  

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