Whether it's one of the most tragic accidents in the history of the US space programme or an infamous witch hunt, these are the some of the most chilling tales of danger and destruction in the archives.
Whether it's a plaster cast of the original Siamese twins or the unexpected discovery of 36 perfectly preserved corpses, these are some of the most outlandish artefacts to be found in American museums.
On this special spine-tingling Mysteries at the Museum, Don Wildman inspects an antique cooking pot, a ragged childhood doll and a bizarre collar-like contraption used in a sinister and twisted heist.
Don Wildman gazes upon a locomotive linked to a daring heist, sets his sights on a shotgun wielded by a gallant bandit and inspects a manuscript that reexamines an iconic outlaw's legendary tale.
Don examines a culinary caper that fooled the world, a legendary radio broadcast from outer space and a car that promised an automotive revolution.
Don Wildman investigates the origin of a legendary statue, a national symbol designed by a high school student and the Liberty Bell's narrow escape from the British army.
David E. Gerber
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