Don Wildman digs through 4 centuries of history.
Don Wildman shares his favorite museums to visit.
Don Wildman is headed to Scotland to search for Nessie. The rest of us can catch glimpses of her in movies, on television, and in the kitchen(!).
These high-profile cases haunt the imagination.
Though the spectacular city met its tragic end nearly two thousand years ago, archaeologists are still hard at work unearthing its story. What might the next chapter be?
When scientists warned that the Nazis could be a nuclear threat, American officials sprang into action. Their work changed our world forever.
Authorities closed the case more than 80 years ago, but as Don Wildman learns, there’s much more to the “crime of the century” than meets the eye. Don revisits the scene of the crime in a special episode of Mysteries at the Museum.
Investigators from two countries determined that the Hindenburg zeppelin disaster was just an unfortunate accident, but the pilot went to his grave swearing his massive airship had been sabotaged.
Museums are where America displays its treasures of the past. Behind each object is a story to be told and secrets to be revealed, often brimming with scandal, mystery, murder and intrigue.
Disaster leveled "the Paris of the West" a century ago — and its aftermath echoes through the city today.
Don Wildman shows us the secrets lurking in museums and monuments across the United States.
This kind of storytelling isn't for the faint of heart.
For more than two thousand years, Cleopatra has been one of the best-known — and most notorious — women in the world. Could new technology rewrite the story of her legendary life?
Don Wildman shares his advice on how to explore America's underworld.