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Mysteries at the Museum season 5 episodes list:
An electric pen invented by Thomas Edison. Don investigates the mysterious disappearance of the captain and crew of the Carroll A. Deering; and explores the legend of a lizard-like creature believed to roam the swamps of South Carolina.
Host Don Wildman examines a weapon that belonged to a secret network of spies, a bag that belonged to a pioneering journalist, and a switchblade that belonged to a man some believed was Boston's most notorious killer.
Don Wildman examines a weapon involved in a twisted plot to assassinate a US president, a beast that some believed terrorized people in Wisconsin, and a file that speaks of a notorious woman whose illness brought fear to New York City.
At the Chicago History Museum, a pair of ostrich-feather fans tells of a risque dancer who scandalized the Chicago's World Fair. At the Joseph Jefferson Mansion and Gardens on Lake Peigneur in Louisiana, an antique urn is one of few relics to survive a terrifying earth-shaking disaster. And at the Los Angeles Police Museum, twisted bullet fragments are all that remain of a notorious gangster's brutal slaying that remains shrouded in mystery.
Don visits an exhibit devoted to investigative journalist Don Bolles at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.; examines an alleged miracle elixir at the Center for Inquiry in Amherst, N.Y.; and learns about the Northfield Raid during a trip to Minnesota.
Don examines a plaster cast of hoof prints allegedly made by the Jersey Devil. Also: a colossal tank; and a railroad car used by President Harding.
Host Don Wildman investigates a strange wooden box used in a ritual, a weather beaten oxygen tank which tells of a daring ascent and the torn hat of a local pastor found at the scene of a crime.
Don investigates an aged dossier's connection to Jack the Ripper. He also explores the story of a counterfeit $20 bill; and examines a specimen of a locust.
Don examines a piece of industrial machinery that played a part in a disaster on New York City's Easter River. Also: a glass medical jar containing a strange substance that fell from the sky; and a tattered shirt recovered from the so-called Lake Michigan Triangle.
Don Wildman investigates a set of tattered and chipped ventriloquist dummies, a rudimentary electronic device and a plaster cast that may prove the existence of a creature thought only to exist in myths.
Don Wildman investigates a tattered briefcase belonging to an eccentric doctor who went to gruesome lengths in search of the fountain of youth, a massive chunk of stone which some believe is the fossilized remains of a biblical ship, and a reel-to-reel tape recorder used by one of the FBI's most prolific and notorious informants.
Host Don Wildman investigates a pair of timeworn, everyday dining implements that were at the center of an event that shocked and terrified a psychiatric ward, a charcoal portrait of a scantily clad man once embroiled in a notorious news expose and an aged dossier from the 1950s whose pages tell of one madman’s reign of terror.
A vial of strange liquid used to stop a deadly outbreak.
An antique cooking pot; a ragged childhood doll; a bizarre collar-like contraption.
While in Washington, D.C., Don examines the link between a mailbox and a spy case; and looks at the role brass knuckles played in protecting a president. Also: A hollow coin exposes a Cold War mystery.
Proof of alien intelligence; an antique fire truck; a damaged airplane part.