Host Don Wildman examines a trunk that may be evidence of a historic journey through Death Valley, a group of bricks from a Civil War prison break, and a human scalp that tells an astounding tale of frontier ...Go to Episode
American Museum of Science and Energy
On display at the American Museum of Science and Energy is metal machine called a calutron. The machine played a critical role in a stunning prophecy of Armageddon and urbanization.
300 South Tulane Ave
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
Chicago History Museum
Housed at the Chicago History Museum are a group of chipped and worn red-clay bricks. These weathered construction materials were at the center of one of the most daring prison escapes of the Civil War era.
1601 North Clark St
Chicago, IL 60614
The Mothman Museum
Near the Mothman Museum in Point Pleasant, WV, sits a metal statue that pays homage to a time when this town was terrorized by a legendary beast.
411 Main St
Point Pleasant, West Virginia
New York Historical Society
At the New York Historical Society is an aged artifact that at first glance, appears unexceptional: a pair of children’s shoes. This footwear, however, is linked to one of New York’s darkest days.
170 Central Park West
New York, NY 10024