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As the host of numerous Travel Channel docuseries aimed at exposing truths lying beneath the surface, Don Wildman has ventured deep into the vaults of America's most revered institutions and unearthed wondrous treasures from the past. In "Beyond the Unknown," Wildman's adventures continue, as he seeks to answer history's biggest questions and explores the most astonishing and explainable events in recorded time. Each story features interviews, archival footage and stylized reenactments.

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A deadly pharaoh's curse and the truth behind a secret operation to sell phony art to the Nazis.
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