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Seven decades on from WW2...as living memory fades, the dark corners of the web are teeming with tales of the bizarre. Dr. Sam Willis, a UK-based historian, and Robert Joe (RJ), a Korean-American urban explorer, combine their talents to embark on a journey to set the record straight. They're one of the oddest partners since Mulder and Scully, and just as determined to get to the truth that's out there. Whether its reports of Nazis dabbling in the occult, the world's worst man-eating crocodile attack, or a long-lost train carrying stolen gold, a path of twists and turns will show us that, when it comes to war, truth is often weirder than fiction.
Sam and RJ investigate claims that Hitler's crushing 1940 victory at Fort Eben Emael may have been aided by a performance-enhancing drug called Pervitin.
Two years after it began, Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor finally draws America into the fray of World War II. As their troops mobilize, the nation is gripped by the fear of another assault-this time against civilians on their own home soil. But did Imperial Japan really have a weapon that could turn their nightmare into a reality? In their hunt to uncover the extent of Japan's wartime plans, historian Sam Willis and urban explorer Robert Joe dig deep into the work of a secret research unit of the Imperial Japanese Army and their dark research into the workings of a deadly weapon.
Robert Joe (RJ), an urban explorer and historian Dr Sam Willis are on a mission to uncover the secrets behind Heinrich Himmler's Wewelsburg Castle in Germany. On March 31, 1945, Himmler had ordered a member of his staff on a suicide mission to blow the castle up before it fell into American hands as US troops closed in on it, but Himmler's staff was not equipped with enough dynamite to successfully destroy the castle. It survived. When the American troops reached the castle two days later, they found a room with a strange symbol now called the "Black Sun" and a crypt below it with pipes connected to centre of the room believed to be for an eternal...
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