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Fox News Channel anchor Jamie Colby hosts this series that explores stories of unconventional inheritances. Most people leave big-ticket items like cash, jewelry and real estate in their wills. Then there are folks who leave beneficiaries items that are more unique. Among the unusual circumstances featured on "Strange Inheritance" are a family trying to keep a 900-acre bug museum in business, and the discovery of a rare 1913 Liberty Head nickel, which could be worth millions of dollars depending on its condition.

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aired 14 days ago
A widow inherits a signed photograph of baseball player Shoeless Joe Jackson and must prove its authenticity.
aired 14 days ago
A woman inherits her soul mate's valuable space collection as well as a romantic surprise.
aired 15 days ago
A grieving widow watches a previous Strange Inheritance toy soldier episode, then invites Jamie to assess her late husband's huge collection.
aired 15 days ago
Brothers inherit their boss's 60-year-old puppet opera, a Chicago institution, and agree to destroy it if the opera goes out of business.
aired 16 days ago
Siblings inherit an entire company town in Pennsylvania.
aired 16 days ago
New York woman inherits a priceless set of cymbals that famed Italian composer Giacomo Puccini had custom-made for his final opera.
aired 28 days ago
After a man is killed in a bar fight, his daughter inherits his wrecking company and successfully transforms it into an upscale home restoration business.
aired 28 days ago
A woman refuses to sell her home to a developer, who builds a shopping mall around it; the woman wills it to an unexpected party.
aired 29 days ago
An 1860 centerfielder's pre-Civil War baseball card is inherited by his great grandniece.
aired 29 days ago
A woman inherits a log cabin from her grandfather who carved it from a California redwood tree and strapped it to a trailer.
aired 41 days ago
Winston Churchill's dental technician bequeaths a set of dentures to his son which were designed to preserve the prime minister's trademark lisp.
aired 41 days ago
A woman inherits her father's Civil War artifacts, including a bullet-riddled tree stump from the battlefield.
aired 41 days ago
A millionaire leaves his children a fleet of 240 military vehicles.
aired 41 days ago
A Louisiana man inherits an armada of scale-model warships his father painstakingly built from original blueprints.
aired 41 days ago
A Vietnam vet leaves his son a mint-condition 1967 Stingray he obtained upon returning from combat.
aired 41 days ago
Shocked brothers learn they are heirs to an art fortune stolen by Hitler during World War II and vow to get it back.
aired 42 days ago
A renowned tile artist leaves his sons 160 autobiographical murals, weighing 16 thousand pounds.
aired 42 days ago
A holocaust survivor leaves behind a secret diary, and its stunning revelations serve as a spur to his daughter to search for his Nazi-looted art.
aired 56 days ago
Conan the Barbarian illustrator Frank Frazetta leaves art worth millions of dollars that sparks a family feud.
aired 57 days ago
California man inherits a natural wonder theme park filled with bizarre trees, including 12 growing from a single trunk.
aired 57 days ago
The daughter of a world-famous baby photographer inherits 100,000 dazzling portraits from the 40s, 50s and 60s.

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