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Archaeologist Scotty Moore travels to the Lower Nile of Egypt as well as more obscure ancient sites of civilizations to study carefully preserved mummies and entombed skeletons, using these remnants to unlock previously undisclosed secrets of the past.

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Scotty Moore travels to Belize to investigate a cave containing thousands of human bones.
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Scotty Moore travels to Egypt to investigate an unmarked coffin hidden inside the crypt of a powerful physician.

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