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Conspiracy theories, mysteries, secrets and the forbidden are probed with a fresh set of eyes as "America Declassified" delves into the hidden side of the United States. Investigators including former CIA officer Mike Baker, geoscientist and radiological engineering consultant Ben McGee, and investigative reporter Michele McPhee go on location to examine stories and events using new evidence, unprecedented access and never-before-heard-from witnesses. The hourlong episodes incorporate scientific methods, forensics and state-of-the-art surveillance technology to gain new insight into John F. Kennedy's assassination, the D.B. Cooper hijacking case, most-wanted mobster Whitey Bulger's life on the lam, and a rumored doomsday bunker under a major U.S. airport, among other stories. Locals and eyewitnesses also share their accounts of strange sightings, weird goings-on and unexplained phenomena.

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Newly opened Area 51 is investigated; police drones in Texas; medical marijuana farms.
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Inmates from the '62 Alcatraz escape; a raging sandstorm; Kansas bunker; less lethal; DB Cooper buried cash test; radioactive leaks.
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Ballistic tests for the assassination of MLK; the mysterious Marfa Lights in Texas.
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Testing lethal weapons; tunnels under Las Vegas; Internet rumors.
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Boston crime Boss Whitey Bulger's hideout; a city destroyed by a 50-year fire; Florida's mysterious Coral Castle.
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John Wayne's death is examined; Jamestown settlers in 1609; the secrets of Pensmore.
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Two mysterious Internet rumors are explained at America's largest military base.
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DB Cooper's hijacking & skydive into darkness; a toxic Louisiana sinkhole; a US government mustang.
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JFK's assassination is investigated 50 years later; a nuclear waste dump and US Quiet Zone.

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