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In the hit series Expedition Unknown, Travel Channel's witty explorer Josh Gates seeks answers to some of the world's most captivating unsolved stories and legends. Gates is on a mission to find the truth behind each iconic legend, digging through years of historical evidence, facts and myths. Leaving no stone unturned, his adventures take him around the globe as he immerses himself in the core locales linked to each tale. From excavating ruins in search of the real Robin Hood to sailing the high seas investigating Christopher Columbus and exploring Nepal's "sky caves" for Shangri La, Gates' archaeological background and ubiquitous sense of humor generate a new take on age-old stories.
Josh Gates heads to Montana, the Gold Rush territory to search for the missing fortune of notorious Old West sheriff, Henry Plummer.
Josh travels to Hungary to join three separate archeological teams looking for the lost tomb of Attila the Hun; legends and ancient texts lead the search from the bottom of the Danube to the mountain forests just outside of Budapest.
Josh travels to Greece to explore Europe's first superpower and how it disappeared on the Mediterranean island of Crete.
America's first missing-persons case, the Lost Colony of Roanoke, is investigated with newly discovered clues.
One of the most iconic creatures of the Ice Age, the Woolly Mammoth, has gone extinct and Joash and the team search for enough DNA to clone a woolly mammoth.
Josh retrieves bone samples from the massive Batagay crater and gets DNA results to find out if the woolly mammoth will walk the earth again.
Josh Gates sets off on an expedition to crack the mystery behind the perpetrator of the only unsolved plane hijacking in U.S. history.
Josh Gates journeys to the wilds of Namibia to embark on a treacherously deep dive in Lake Otjikoto for a long lost World War I treasure.
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