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Jamie Theakston's Forbidden History uncovers the truth behind great myths, conspiracy theories, ancient treasures, lost civilisations and war time secrets.
The Biblical mystery of the whereabouts of the Ark of the Covenant is unraveled on a quest across continents. Believed to be the throne of God himself, the search leads us to where many are convinced is its current resting place, a church in Ethiopia.
Investigating a theory suggesting that Hitler did not kill himself at the end of World War II, but escaped to Argentina to live out the rest of his life in the foothills of Patagonia with his wife Eva Braun.
In the rule of Louis XIV, a nameless man known only as the Man in the Iron Mask was kept prisoner, but no one knows why. Jamie is determined to unravel this mystery.
From Bram Stoker's 1897 novel to the rise of the undead in popular culture, vampires have caught our attention in recent decades. But how real are they? We travel to Bulgaria to investigate claims of a vampire burial and examine accounts of vampires.
Satanism to some is a religion as valid as Christianity - to others it is a dangerous and subversive cult. With thousands of devotees and popularity rising, it's time to unearth the origins, tales and beliefs of Satanism.
Chivalrous knights, fair maidens, imposing castles, daring deeds, round tables... all are part of the enduring and enchanting King Arthur legend. But is this all just popular legend or is there some actual truth in the myth? When it comes to Arthur, the difficult thing about trying to get to sort the facts from the fiction is that so many countries claim ownership. The Welsh are certain he's theirs, while the Scots reckon he was a man of Dalriada - in other words, one of them. But the English claim he can only be one of theirs. Jamie attempts to uncover the truth about who King Arthur really was.
Jamie Theakston(Jamie Theakston)
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