More Mysteries

Mysterious Cases We Can't Explain

History is filled with inexplicable mysteries. Take a look back at these high-profile cases and see if you can solve the timeless, haunting riddles.

About the Show

Don Wildman visits America's museums, where strange and curious remnants of the past are revealed.

Season 0, Episode 26

Mysteries at the Museum

Host Don Wildman examines a school bus that was at the center of one of the biggest kidnappings in U.S. history, a manuscript that tells an incredible and true tale of a shipwrecked crew's harrowing ordeal in the Sahara desert, and a peculiar set of stones that were once believed to have talisman-like powers, causing them to be more valuable than gold or silver.

Thursday
Mar 2
4pm | 3c
Season 14, Episode 6

Zip-Lining to Freedom, Maid Turned Spy and Jimmy Carter's UFO

Don Wildman investigates an outrageous escape over an iconic wall, an unsung Civil War hero and a president caught up in a mysterious close encounter.

Sunday
Mar 12
11am | 10c
Season 10, Episode 7

Muhammad Ali Saves the Day, Beast of Gevaudan and Before Hillary

Don Wildman examines a medal presented to the greatest boxer of all time, inspects the statue of a monstrous beast and investigates a newspaper that exposed a salacious scandal.

Thursday
Mar 30
3pm | 2c
Season 13, Episode 9

Fake Breaking News, Rescue Napoleon and Ernest Bravery

Don Wildman examines a patriotic pigeon that saved hundreds of lives during World War II, a clever conman who took advantage of a governmental gaffe and the uncle who inspired one of America's most iconic figures.

Thursday
Apr 6
7pm | 6c
Season 2, Episode 20

Black Dahlia, French Angel, Sterling Hall Bombing

Don Wildman examines a mysterious box that holds clues to Hollywood's most infamous unsolved murder, inspects the strange bust of a grotesque figure and investigates a notorious and deadly domestic terrorist attack.

Friday
Apr 7
2am | 1c
Season 5, Episode 3

Psychic Horse, Strange Story of Rubber, Pulaski Axe

Don Wildman examines a small memorandum book with notes from a strange encounter with an animal, a grey slab of material that revolutionized industry after an accidental discovery, and an innovative tool that changed heroes' jobs.

Friday
Apr 21
1am | 12c
Season 7, Episode 4

Stolen Strad, Fall From Space, Czech Dream

Don Wildman examines a concert program that marks one of the most infamous nights in the history of a prestigious music venue; a space capsule used by a heroic astronaut during a harrowing mission; and a DVD from an unusual film that blurred the lines between fact and fiction.

Sunday
Apr 23
9am | 8c
Season 15, Episode 2

Judy the POW Dog, Presidential Suite and Sticky Business

Don Wildman examines a dog collar belonging to the only canine POW from World War II, a pen and inkwell connected to a poisonous political plot and an innovative solution to an accidental discovery.

Sunday
Apr 23
12pm | 11c
Season 6, Episode 8

Dare to Dream, Mail Missile, Child Warrior

Don investigates a postal box that embarked on a gravity-defying journey, a traditional Viking vessel that sailed into the annals of modern history on an intrepid sea voyage, and a handmade talisman that weaves a tale of terror and courage on the American frontier.

Thursday
May 4
8pm | 7c
Season 7, Episode 6

Rubik's Cube, World's First Factory, The Amphicar

Don examines a classic toy that became a pop-culture phenomenon; a delicate silk sample that symbolizes a stunning tale of international espionage; and a quirky car designed to travel on both land and water.

Thursday
May 4
11pm | 10c
Season 9, Episode 4

Mystery of the Spinning Statue, The Unwanted Elephant, Pirates of the Mediterranean

Don Wildman investigates a statue which seemed to have taken a life of its own, a strange skull from a beast that once was the star of the big top and a small carving of an infamous dictator.

Thursday
May 11
6pm | 5c
Season 8, Episode 9

Aaron Burr Conspiracy, How Gatsby Became Great, Lady with the Lamp

Don Wildman examines a coded letter, a classic novel, and a legendary lamp.

Saturday
May 20
8am | 7c
Season 7, Episode 5

Killer Bee Attack, Road Map Creation, Gas Mask

Don Wildman examines an iconic road sign that was part of a revolutionary plan to bring order to America's roads; a tiny bee specimen that unleashed madness; and a gas mask that was invented by a bold and pioneering man.

Saturday
May 20
11am | 10c
Season 2, Episode 20

Black Dahlia, French Angel, Sterling Hall Bombing

Don Wildman examines a mysterious box that holds clues to Hollywood's most infamous unsolved murder, inspects the strange bust of a grotesque figure and investigates a notorious and deadly domestic terrorist attack.

Thursday
May 25
3pm | 2c
Season 9, Episode 8

The Mysterious Death of Van Gogh, Marathon Woman, Montana Burning

Don Wildman examines a painting by Vincent Van Gogh, a dress worn by a groundbreaking athlete and a massive airplane used to combat a deadly inferno.

Thursday
May 25
4pm | 3c
Season 8, Episode 10

Alligators in the Sewers, Unstoppable Car, Founding Forensics

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.

Thursday
May 25
5pm | 4c
Season 9, Episode 3

Great Baby Race, Citizen Hearst, Bobbie the Wonder Dog

Don Wildman examines tunnel tiles which helped to finance one of North America's wackiest competitions, inspects a medal linked to one of history's greatest swindles and a doghouse connected to an incredible journey.

Thursday
May 25
6pm | 5c
Season 13, Episode 13

Legally Haunted, Demise of the Dodo and Jersey Kaboom

Don Wildman examines a house for sale that comes with three ghosts, the maligned reputation of an extinct bird and a mysterious explosion at a munitions factory during World War I.

Thursday
May 25
7pm | 6c
Season 4, Episode 9

East River Blowout and The Day it Rained Meat

Host Don Wildman examines a piece of industrial machinery from the early 1900s, a glass medical jar containing a strange substance and a tattered shirt that is one of the last vestiges of a aviation anomaly.

Thursday
May 25
8pm | 7c
Season 15, Episode 3

Long Haul Leroy, Pardo's Push and the Invention of the Cable Car

Don Wildman examines a racing number from a mule that won the Great American Horse Race, a fighter plane that pushed through skies of North Vietnam and an iconic street car that transformed a city and the nation.

Thursday
May 25
9pm | 8c
Season 0, Episode 39

Blast From the Past

Don Wildman investigates the revolutionary ideas and iconic inventions that helped shape the modern world, including the story about a man who turned a pile of rocks into a gold mine and the tale of a woman who made Tupperware the life of the party.

Thursday
May 25
10pm | 9c
Season 5, Episode 12

Damascus Missile, Eye in the Sky and Soapy Smith

Don Wildman examines scraps of metal linked to a nuclear nightmare, a pair of binoculars wielded by a high-flying visionary and a life-sized effigy that immortalizes one of the West's most notorious cons.

Thursday
May 25
11pm | 10c
Season 15, Episode 3

Long Haul Leroy, Pardo's Push and the Invention of the Cable Car

Don Wildman examines a racing number from a mule that won the Great American Horse Race, a fighter plane that pushed through skies of North Vietnam and an iconic street car that transformed a city and the nation.

Friday
May 26
12am | 11c
Season 0, Episode 39

Blast From the Past

Don Wildman investigates the revolutionary ideas and iconic inventions that helped shape the modern world, including the story about a man who turned a pile of rocks into a gold mine and the tale of a woman who made Tupperware the life of the party.

Friday
May 26
1am | 12c
Season 5, Episode 12

Damascus Missile, Eye in the Sky and Soapy Smith

Don Wildman examines scraps of metal linked to a nuclear nightmare, a pair of binoculars wielded by a high-flying visionary and a life-sized effigy that immortalizes one of the West's most notorious cons.

Friday
May 26
2am | 1c
Season 4, Episode 9

East River Blowout and The Day it Rained Meat

Host Don Wildman examines a piece of industrial machinery from the early 1900s, a glass medical jar containing a strange substance and a tattered shirt that is one of the last vestiges of a aviation anomaly.

Friday
May 26
3am | 2c