Craig digs into the history of piracy to sculpt a Blackbeard monument for a high school's 100th anniversary, and Mark and Steve craft a monument to a forgotten hero, the legendary aviator Wiley Post.
Craig makes a space-age statue of astronaut Tom Stafford, the fastest man who ever lived. Mark and Steve get an artillery lesson while researching a Harry Truman statue. And the foundry installs a colossal football player at Texas A&M University.
Craig pays tribute to Medal of Honor winner Benny Adkins, whose heroism in Vietnam included an encounter with a wild tiger. Mark and Steve work on a giant gorilla statue destined for a football stadium, and the team creates a life-sized bust of Houdini, complete with its own hidden secret.
Craig is commissioned by a private collector to create a six-foot monument to Hugh Glass, a 19th century mountain man who was mauled by a grizzly, and managed to crawl two hundred miles to safety. To research and craft the piece, Craig meets with a Mountain Man expert and an 800-lb grizzly bear.
The guys go where the buffalo roam to win the rights to craft a statue for a town square. Craig has a close encounter with snakes while crafting a bust of Medusa. And Steve creates a Battlefield Cross monument to honor his son and other fallen soldiers.
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