Don Wildman examines a coded letter, a classic novel, and a legendary lamp.
Don Wildman uncovers a sculpture of a monster lurking beneath the Big Apple, visits San Diego to check out a car customized with everything including a kitchen sink, and discovers in Boston that Paul Revere was a forensic hero.
Don examines a life-saving device, a failed auto idea, and a bird scandal.
Host Don Wildman examines in Louisiana a precious metal that reportedly cured alcoholism, discovers how Reno was once a destination for disgruntled spouses, and uncovers the mystery around a president's untimely death.
Don Wildman examines a plane, Beethoven's metronome, and a musical instrument.
Host Don Wildman studies the inspiration behind a famous play, examine a strange device, and visit a Renaissance sculpture.
Host Don Wildman examines a bird specimen, tiny camera, and popularity of poker.
Don explores a rare food fight, a race around the globe, a bird uniform.
Host Don Wildman examines a beautiful hand-crafted glass plant that blurs the line between science and art; a classic muscle car that grew out of a legendary race between an American automaker and a rival Italian designer; and a colorful map of the New World, from the historic journeys of Christopher Columbus, that was almost lost forever.
The Pinal County Historical Society Museum in Florence, Arizona has on display a handcrafteddoll that is linked to one of the most salacious and sensational criminal cases of the 1930s. The Museum of Connecticut Glass in Coventry, Connecticut has a glass bottle that bears a secret message from a heart-wrenching saga that consumed a family. And in Portland, Maine, the International Cryptozoology Museum has a wire mesh window screen through which a horrific and legendary beast was first viewed by human eyes.