In search of the truth, Bil puts Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid's famous escape to the test. Could it really have happened?
Bil investigates Great American folk tales that have been passed down for generations, often through word of mouth, such as the legendary steel drivin' John Henry.
Bil pursues the truth around America's most iconic stunts by pulling his very own Houdini: testing if it's possible to survive a plunge over Niagara Falls.
Bil aims to answer why exactly we remember the Alamo, how Davy Crockett really died and if Civil War soldiers were healed by an "angel's glow."
Bil gets his hands dirty to figure out what got the Hatfields and the McCoys so worked up, if Hamilton really wasted his shot at Burr and what happened at the O.K. Corral.
Bil separates fact from fiction surrounding the legendary Bowie Knife, attempts to outshoot Abe Lincoln and unloads the Colt 45 origin story.
Bil sheds light on how Ben Franklin really discovered electricity, examines if Thomas Edison truly invented the lightbulb and sorts out if the Wright Brothers were actually first in flight.