Mysteries at the Museum: Series 1

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History, Science Documentary hosted by Don Wildman, published by Travel Channel in 2010 - English narration

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Mysteries at the Museum: Series 1 The extraordinary, often bizarre treasures housed in America's museums represent wondrous chapters in history, but a physical display can tell only part of their story. Behind each artifact are amazing tales and secrets to be revealed -- tales sometimes brimming with scandal, mystery, murder and intrigue. In ``Mysteries at the Museum, host Don Wildman visits a wide variety of museums across the United States, taking viewers on a sometimes shocking tour of America's past by re-examining what's been left behind. Interviews, archival footage and re-enactments bring to life the artifacts' enduring mysteries, some that have never been told before on television.

[edit] Secrets of Alcatraz

The series premiere explores the stories behind artifacts housed in Alcatraz, the National Museum of the United States Navy and the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore

[edit] Prehistoric Monster

Does a prehistoric "monster" provide clues to an Ice Age puzzle? Is an odd wooden figure the explanation for a 60-year-old mystery or the key to a government cover-up?

[edit] San Francisco Quake

What does a vintage fire engine tell us about what really destroyed San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake? Does a 10,000-year-old mastodon skeleton reveal a shocking story of greed and murder inside one of our nation's most esteemed universities?

[edit] Japanese WMDs

Did the Japanese send weapons of mass destruction to the US mainland during World War II? Is a statue of illusionist Harry Houdini haunted? Does an old hatchet hold the key to one of the nation's most sensational unsolved murders?

[edit] Bonnie and Clyde's Rifle

Bonnie and Clyde's rifle, a space suit worn by a forgotten pioneer of the skies, a futuristic train and a bizarre a deep-sea Fish are featured. And does a tattered diary finally end one of exploration's fiercest debates?

[edit] T Rex Skeleton

What does the largest T. Rex Skeleton ever discovered tell us about the prehistoric food chain? Who was behind the biggest art heist in American history? And what does a simple garment reveal about the assassination of a US president?

[edit] Greensboro Lunch

How did a doctor-approved "cure-all" end up destroying countless lives? How did a tape recorder ultimately bring down a US president? And how did an ordinary lunch counter become center stage in an event that would help overturn centuries of oppression?

[edit] Manuscript and Eyeglass Case

How did a manuscript and eyeglass case save Teddy Roosevelt's life? Could a 1912 wireless message warning about icebergs have saved the Titanic from her tragic fate? And does a large primate tooth prove the legend of Bigfoot is real?

[edit] Musical Instrument

How did an early electronic musical instrument trigger one of the biggest spy scandals of the century? How did a state-of-the-art suspension bridge fail so spectacularly? And how did one of the most famous toys in history originate from a war shortage?

[edit] Dillingers Death Mask

Why did a metal staircase haunt President Gerald Ford until the day he died? How did a pie maker, a UFO fanatic and Yale students invent one of the world's most popular sports? And why does John Dillinger's death mask appear dubious to people who knew him?

[edit] USS Intrepid

Does a recently discovered letter expose a heinous crime committed over a century ago? How did a 120-year-old pot utterly transform Seattle? And how do 4 ordinary-looking objects represent one of the most dreaded weapons of World War II?

[edit] Concorde

Why did an astronaut golf on the moon? How did the most advanced commercial jet ever developed become an artifact from the past? And why is an antique doll in Key West thought by some to be alive?

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  • Video: Aspect Ratio: 1.778 (16:9)
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  • Audio: Channels: stereo (2/0)
  • Audio: English
  • Run-Time: 43mins
  • Framerate: 23fps
  • Number of Parts: 12
  • Part Size: Average 652 MB
  • Container: Mp4
  • Source: DVDRip
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