Next Episode of Mysteries at the Museum is
Season 12 / Episode 52 and airs on 28 April 2017 01:00
In Mysteries at the Museum, Don Wildman visits America's museums, where strange and curious remnants of the past are revealed.
An action figure connected to a North Korean kidnapping; a gold ring as a symbol of freedom; a 19th-century board game.
Host Don Wildman examines an action figure connected to a North Korean kidnapping, a gold ring that became the symbol of one slave's freedom, and a 19th century board game which was the first of its kind.
A British plot to assassinate George Washington; the bizarre trial of a rooster that hatched an egg; a musical invention.
Don Wildman examines a strange stone tablet that may hold the key to America's beginnings; a model plane connected to a hijacking mistaken for a hoax; and a revolver that once belonged to the first American woman to lead an armed expedition into war.
Don Wildman digs into a culinary caper that stunned the world; and gets the skinny on a taboo-busting invention while inspecting a certain ceramic toilet. Also: A sculpture leads the host to investigate the true story of Antony and Cleopatra.
One of the greatest mysteries of ancient history; the truth behind the invention of the telephone; the determination of a former president to save millions from starvation.
A species of Asian cobra invade a small town in Missouri; a carriage that was the site of a bizarre murder; a wealthy daredevil swims with sharks to prove that they are harmless.
A story about a man who turned rocks into a gold mine; a royal suit of armor; the truth behind one of the most enduring mysteries in American history.
A Noel Prize winner's risky experiment in the face of Nazis; a creative sting operation; a lifesaving airlift out of Vietnam.
An iron link from the American Revolution in a formidable fraud; a small plane that launches into space; a green oil pump.
A statue created by the world's best-known art forger; a mysterious cache of buried gold coins; a woman whose sales techniques made Tupperware a household name.
An aged instrument's epic history; uncovering the roots of the Salem Witch Trials; examining a plane linked to a man who would stop at nothing to win a bet.
Don Wildman investigates a near disaster in outer space; a man who soars through the sky; a doctor who changed the world.
Icy stories behind an eccentric expedition to the North Pole, a frozen feat of nautical engineering and the cosmic conundrum surrounding an incredible icicle.
Don Wildman examines an enigmatic canoe that unlocked the origins of a lost civilization, a miracle drug used by a Civil War hero in his last battle, and a bust involved in a supernatural game of chess.
A war time surgery that is a matter of life or death; The great Houdini is challenged by a card trick; Marconi museum; stranded fisherman;
Don Wildman examines a boulder covered in strange carvings, which could turn American history on its head; a sword belonging to an explorer accused of treason; and the marble bust of a great leader who tried to untangle an ancient puzzle.
Don Wildman examines a patriotic pig that helped fund World War II, a man's trek to rescue his crew during a brutal Arctic expedition, and two activists who risked their lives to take down a superpower and save the whales.
Don Wildman inspects a book about a four-legged mathematician, examines the birth of the automobile and investigates a mysterious underground corkscrew.
Don Wildman examines a novel supposedly written by the ghost of a legendary author, a painting that isn't quite what it seems and a replica of the plane that flew in the first commercial airline flight.
Don Wildman investigates the origins of China's famous terra cotta warriors, examines the incredible heights one mother will go to for her child, and uncovers the little-known story of a bear who helped defeat the Nazis.
Don Wildman examines a piece of a controversial haunted house, a ghost army that saved World War II and a golfer with a mysterious past.
Don Wildman inspects a fighter jet from the cold war, examines an 1860s replica steam locomotive and investigates a rare print of the Declaration of Independence.
Don Wildman examines a dog collar belonging to the only canine POW from World War II, a pen and inkwell connected to a poisonous political plot and an innovative solution to an accidental discovery.
Don Wildman examines an enigmatic oar used in an unreal World War II deception, a gold nugget that helped set off the gold rush and a fossil belonging to one of history's strangest creatures.
Don Wildman inspects a mysterious prehistoric bone, investigates an incendiary war plot to help defend America and unearths the origins of a strategy that revolutionized the shopping industry.
Don Wildman examines a hero horse who risked her life, a culinary mystery about a popular salad dressing and an Olympic runner's battle with polio.
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Don Wildman tells the story of a harness worn by a real-life Smokey the Bear, investigates the remnants of a space mass that landed in Wisconsin and uncovers the shocking truth behind Napoleon's downfall with an ornate saddle.
Don Wildman examines a patriotic pigeon that saved hundreds of lives during World War II, a clever conman who took advantage of a governmental gaffe and the uncle who inspired one of America's most iconic figures.
Don Wildman inspects a seemingly possessed potato, examines an old chair connected to an intoxicating chapter in the life of George Washington and investigates the surprising origins of the world's most famous paranormal communication device.
Don Wildman examines a leather saddle cover that changed the way America communicated across the Wild West, a newspaper article that saved a famous politician from financial ruin and a horse cart that saved countless lives during the Civil War.
Don Wildman examines a piece of cable used by a legendary aerialist during a high-wire walk, a French taxi that helped defeat the Germans during World War I and a piece of bone from a mysterious mass burial discovered in a Florida bog.
Don Wildman examines a F8 Crusader jet that was at the center of a death-defying plummet to Earth, a specially outfitted convertible designed by Franklin Delano Roosevelt and a commemorative coin linked to a baseball player turned spy.
Don Wildman investigates the contested birth of a mighty state, an epic battle between mankind and Mother Nature and a race that changed the world.
Don Wildman examines a commemorative coin from the opening of the Eiffel Tower, a saddle used by a retired outlaw who died under mysterious circumstances and a training capsule used by the Mercury astronauts during the early days of space travel.
Don Wildman (Host)
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