Mysteries at the Museum
Aug 15, 2013 09:00 PMTV Network - Travel Channel
Some people like to go to museums and read all the little cards that says what everything is. Other folks read a few cards. Then there are people who don't read any, just zipping through the museum and life as though they didn't have a care in the world. "Mysteries at the Museum" shows the people in that last group (and some of the middle group folks) just what they're missing. It doesn't only delve into big museums, it goes into small archives and tiny collections. "Mysteries at the Museum" is an equal opportunity mystery finder, because it doesn't have to be at the Smithsonian to be fascinating. Don Wildman hosts and the new season starts today.
Dec 20, 2011TV Network - Travel Channel
Have you ever stepped into a museum, seen a bit of art or some artifact and thought to yourself 'Gee, that's really pretty, I wonder what the story behind it might be.' We certainly have. You then probably checked the little description next to the piece or in your brochure, but while you may have gotten a hundred words describing whatever you were looking at, you didn't get the full story. That would be where this series jump in -- Don Wildman is here to give us the truth on everything from poison pellets to alien abductions and the truth is what we'll get.