In this special episode, Don Wildman examines the unexplained tales from Mysteries at the Museum. He revisits an enigmatic embroidery, created by a woman who claimed to subsist without food, a prized revolver linked to Billy the Kid, and an ornately designed book of all the birds of North America ... including some utterly inexplicable species.
One woman believes her uncle was the infamous hijacker, DB Cooper.
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A giant ship vanishes from the area known as the Bermuda Triangle.
Two birds in Audubon's book confuse ornithologists.
Does a sample of fecal matter prove that the Yeti exists?
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