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Actress Megan Fox has long been obsessed with the history of ancient cultures, people and places. The self-described "seeker" brings her thirst for knowledge to this series, which documents her globetrotting journey to re-examine some of the world's greatest mysteries, legends and fables. Along the way Megan meets with experts and archaeologists, peruses through priceless texts and fascinating artifacts, then attempts to uncover answers about the age-old mysteries that still perplex scientists and archaeologists to this day.

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aired 423 days ago
New archaeological findings show that humans may have arrived in America as far back as 48,000 BC; Megan Fox examines the theory that these early settlers were gigantic prehistoric versions of homo sapiens.
aired 423 days ago
Megan Fox travels to Stonehenge, one of the most mysterious archaeological sites in the world, to investigate why ancient humans built this enigmatic monument and whether the stones themselves possess supernatural powers.
aired 423 days ago
Megan Fox journeys to Scandinavia to investigate a bold new hypothesis that the Vikings were comprised of powerful female warriors.
aired 423 days ago
Using a Greek legend as her treasure map, Megan Fox examines high-tech data and archaeological discoveries to answer the question of whether the Trojan War actually took place.

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