In his bunker, Adolf Hitler ate, slept, married Eva Braun, and killed himself. Experts use state-of-the-art mapping to reconstruct the complex.
Investigate the fatal shooting of Manfred von Richthofen, the infamous flying ace of World War I, who claimed the lives of 120 Allied pilots.
Was this giant arena ever flooded to host a mock naval battle known as the 'Naumachia'? Discover the truth behind this rumour from antiquity.
Explores the little-known sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff in 1945. Sunk by a Soviet submarine, the death toll was nearly six times that of the Titanic.
Examines footage from all the people who caught on camera the assassination of President Kennedy in November 1963.
A look at an ancient metal spearhead, once coveted by Adolf Hitler, that is said to have been used to pierce Christ's side during his crucifixion.
Experts use forensic analysis and computer simulations to investigate the rumours and truth about what really happened the night Princess Diana died.
Investigates a conspiracy to downplay the $400 million damage caused by a devastating earthquake that ripped through San Francisco in 1906.
Investigating the tragic death of Marilyn Monroe in 1962, which was determined as suicide but is still surrounded by conspiracy theories.
Modern science investigates whether the US Air Force really recovered a flying saucer in 1947, testing some of the silver 'foil' found at the crash site.
First-hand accounts uncover the less known facts about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, including the second attack three months later.
Follows biographer Carol Ann Lee as she examines new clues about the three main suspects who might have betrayed the Frank family to the Gestapo.
Two US homicide detectives who believe they have solved the mystery of King Tut's premature death return to the scene of the crime to crack the case.
Investigates the plot to kill Hitler in July 1944, discovering how he survived the bomb blast and what might have happened had it been successful.
Explores the apparent sacrifice of 20,000 people over a four day period in 1487 inside a twelve storey Aztec temple located in what is now Mexico City.