Laurence Fishburne investigates some of the greatest mysteries of all time: Shackleton's Ice Ship, the Titanic, John Wilkes Booth and Roswell, and more.
Despite centuries of sightings and searches, one of the most infamous monsters remains unidentified. As evidence mounts, the mystery endures: Does the Loch Ness Monster exist?
In 1969, one of history's most elusive serial killers terrorizes Northern California. He taunts investigators with cryptic ciphers and clues. Who was he?
On November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy is assassinated, shaking the nation to its core. While an initial suspect is captured, many believe there's more to the story.
In 1587, a group of settlers land off the coast of North Carolina on Roanoke Island to establish the first English colony in America—then disappear. Can new technology finally tell us what happened?
In 1997, thousands of people across Phoenix witness a series of strange lights unlike anything they've ever seen. Could this be one of the largest-scale UFO sightings in history?
One of the holiest and most powerful relics from the Bible has been missing for over 2,000 years. While some believe the Ark of the Covenant was destroyed, many people think it's still out there.
In 1930, a New York Supreme Court Justice with close ties to Tammany Hall—and future president Franklin Delano Roosevelt—steps out of a steakhouse and disappears.
Blackbeard, one of history's most notorious pirates, is said to have had a treasure worth millions of dollars. After centuries of searching, the legendary hoard remains missing.