Scott Wolter gets a call from a man who has a mysterious stone on his property. He’s convinced that it’s the “Stone of Destiny”—the stone that Jacob in the Bible rested his head on when he dreamed of a stairway to Heaven.
Beneath the Denver Airport, conspiracy theorists say a group called the New World Order is operating a secret base from which they'll eventually obliterate our government. Scott Wolter is determined to get to the truth of this wild allegation.
Scott Wolter conducts a massive excavation of a mysterious rock wall in Texas to figure out who—or what—created it and why it’s so controversial.
In 1000 AD, the Vikings made it to North America, establishing a base camp in Newfoundland. But could they have made it further south into what is now the United States? Scott Wolter thinks so.
Legend has it that Egyptian treasure was discovered in a Grand Canyon cave in 1909. Against the beautiful backdrop of America’s most grandiose natural spectacle, Scott Wolter embarks on a search to find out whether the legend is true.
America's 50th state has a mystery that's persisted since ancient times: did an ancient race of tiny people called Menehune really exist? Scott Wolter can't resist weighing in on the possibility while on vacation with his family in Hawaii.
What might Washington, D.C. have in common with sites like Stonehenge? Scott Wolter investigates whether the design of the nation’s capital created a sanctuary for people practicing goddess worship.
Scott Wolter receives a tip that there are pyramids at the bottom of a lake in Lake Mills, Wisconsin. Could the Aztecs have a connection to the American Midwest? Scott dives into the mystery.
In Ohio, a massive mound in the shape of a serpent snakes its way across the landscape—and no one knows why. Thousands of miles away, a similar mound slinks across the landscape of Loch Nell. Are the two sites connected?
Scott Wolter investigates artifacts featuring ancient Hebrew writing. Could they be tied to the Lost Tribes of Israel, who disappeared from the Bible in 722 B.C?
In Florida, Scott Wolter is called in to investigate a mystery surrounding a group of early inhabitants of the Sunshine State known as the Windover Bog People. Where did they come from?
Scott Wolter embarks on a quest to learn whether there were a lot more people than just John Wilkes Booth behind the assassination of one our nation's most influential presidents.