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From the inspirations for Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" to Alexandre Dumas pere's "Man in the Iron Mask," the series "Mysteries at the Castle" (formerly called "Castle Secrets & Legends") features visits to stunning palaces, amazing manor houses and magnificent mansions throughout the United States and around the world, revealing some incredible stories that are contained within them.

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Castles tell tales of an exiled prince, a murdered monarch and a doomed lover.
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Castles tell stories of a witch hunt, a royal romance and a murderous scheme.
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Grand castle tell tales of William Wallace, Casanova and a cosmic crime.

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