Explore some iconic historical moments while debunking long-held myths and shining new light on past events. Advances in investigative techniques, forensic science and historical scholarship offer new evidence on forgotten mysteries.

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Van Gogh’s Ear

What did Vincent Van Gogh really do on the night of December 23, 1888, in the town of Arles?

  • Original12/14/2016
  • SEDE1602
Nero’s Sunken City

Follow archaeologists who are mapping underwater ruins of ancient Rome’s version of Las Vegas.

  • Original3/29/2017
  • SEDE1603
Leonardo: The Man Who Saved Science

Uncover new evidence tracing many of Leonardo da Vinci’s ideas and inventions to other scientists.

  • Original4/5/2017
  • SEDE1604
Hannibal in the Alps Uncover the mystery of how Hannibal crossed the near-impregnable Alps to attack Rome.
  • Original4/10/2018
  • SEDE1702
The Woman in the Iron Coffin

Uncover the story of early America's free black communities via remains of a woman from the 1800s.

  • Original10/3/2018
  • SEDE1605
King Arthur's Lost Kingdom

Uncover new evidence suggesting the legend of King Arthur began in a Dark Ages trading village.

  • Original3/27/2019
  • SEDE1703
Viking Warrior Queen

Join a team of archaeologists examining the history-changing DNA of a female Viking warrior.

  • Original7/7/2020
  • SEDE1804
Abandoning the Titanic

Join experts searching for a mystery ship that could have saved Titanic passengers but sailed away.

  • Original11/4/2020
  • SEDE1706
Lady Sapiens

New investigations from across the globe piece together the untold story of prehistoric women.

  • Original10/27/2021
  • SEDE1902
Hindenburg's Fatal Flaws

A fresh look at the Hindenburg explosion reveals the flaws that directly led to the disaster.

  • Original11/10/2021
  • SEDE1905
Archaeology at Althorp Discover one of the most significant British archaeological finds of the century.
  • Original10/9/2022
  • SEDE2001

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