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.
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