Don Wildman Investigates the Myths Behind King Tut
King Tut's tomb was discovered almost a century ago, yet it continues to puzzle the world today. Don Wildman heads to Egypt to retrace the steps of Howard Carter, the archaeologist who made the incredible discovery, and to learn about important truths still being uncovered.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National MonumentDon joins paleontologist Alan Titus at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah. The location is an active fossil dig site where Alan and his crew are excavating the area, and slowly but surely uncovering more bones. 960 1280
AlcatrazThe prison, which once housed Al Capone, might’ve been considered escape-proof. A total of 36 inmates attempted to breakout of the fortress, but only 3 men with several handmade tools and a makeshift raft were the ones that succeeded. Did they die in their attempt to flee? Or did they make it to freedom? 960 1280
Pike Place Fish MarketThere’s always time for a stop at Pike Place Fish Market while filming in Seattle, Washington. The question is: Can Don catch one of those flying fish? (Spoiler alert: He can!) 960 1280
In Edmonds, Washington, Don tries out his lifeboat lowering skills alongside two experts, instructors Dana Lewis and Dave Richards, at Compass Courses maritime training school. Let’s just say, it’s a lot hard than it looks.
For more, tune in on Dec. 29 at 9|8c!960 1280