Hitler committed suicide in his underground bunker at the end of World War II. But some believe he escaped, and for years there were sightings of the former dictator in many parts of the world
The team takes one of the few survivors of a Triangle encounter on a flight through it to try to determine what could be disorienting pilots in the waters of the Bahamas.
Unsolved murders. Cryptic clues. A dead end at every corner. The killer known as the Zodiac was never caught, but groundbreaking new DNA technology may bring investigators one step closer to solving the mystery.
The team’s expedition reveals new sonar evidence of underwater structures in the Atlantic Ocean that may be linked to the lost city said to have thrived almost 12,000 years ago.
Newly declassified documents provide the opportunity for a deeper investigation into whether governments around the world are engaged in a cover-up of UFO research.
The team investigates the path of feared Nazis from Germany, to Austria, and Italy, then travels Paraguay where many of the Nazis reportedly hid while plotting their new rise.
The team investigates Alcatraz prison to determine whether three men who escaped in 1962 could have survived the ice waters of San Francisco Bay.
More than 120 years after one of history’s most infamous killing sprees, new evidence indicates two new theories: the killer might have been a woman, or the killer was not English, but American.
The team travels to the ancient ruin with a new theory—that ancient people may have used the sound reverberations inside this circle to induce a trance-like state among in ancient rituals