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Mysteries at the Museum season 6←Mysteries at the Museum season 5 Mysteries at the Museum season 7→
Mysteries at the Museum season 6 episodes list:
Don Wildman investigates a bright yellow car that once represented the promise of an automotive revolution, a mysterious musical instrument, and a strip of paper with a secret message that was passed across enemy lines.
Episode Synopsis: Examining a black-and-white negative that captures part of a sinister plot; the story of wax sculptor Madame Marie Tussaud; and the history of WD-40.
Don Wildman examines a small memorandum book with notes from a strange encounter with an animal, a grey slab of material that revolutionized industry after an accidental discovery, and an innovative tool that changed heroes' jobs.
Don Wildman inspects a pistol that's tied to one of the most bizarre series of events in the history of the Wild West, a Model B Wright Brothers Flyer that once belonged to a wealthy rogue, and an ordinary lawn chair that's been rigged to fly.
Don Wildman investigates a deadly weapon from the Wild West that played a central role in a duplicitous plot, a device that sustained one man's unbelievable quest for survival on the high seas, and a set of 5 glimmering gemstones linked to a supposed land of riches that hypnotized some of the wealthiest men of their day.
A set of binders; a box that tested human nature; an oversized iron pot with metal rods.
A handcrafted doll that is linked to one of the most memorable criminal cases of the 1930s, a glass bottle with a secret message, and a wire mesh screen that served as a window into a scary encounter.
Don Wildman examines a pin that's connected to a devious plot to assassinate the president, a bizarre contraption that was designed by a pioneer in the glitzy realm of Hollywood and a strange being that some believed was evidence of a close encounter.
At the height of industrial prosperity in the 1860s, the small town of Smokey Row -- a known area for area in Nashville, TN -- became the location of one of the worst venereal disease outbreaks in US history, leading to the first professional pimp to license prostitutes after weekly exams.
Don Wildman investigates a baseball bat linked to a case of fanatical mania, a set of letters that turned a infamous tale of deceit on its head and ornate wallpaper that reveals an astounding tale of astronomical intrigue.
A pistol that's connected to a legendary love story that ignited the career of a female superstar; cement shoes from a prison used to punish a convict.
Don Wildman examines scraps of metal linked to a nuclear nightmare, a pair of binoculars wielded by a high-flying visionary and a life-sized effigy that immortalizes one of the West's most notorious cons.
Season 6 ends with the host examining a bullet that is connected to a seemingly Immaculate Conception. He also looks at a machine used in a remarkable marine animal rescue mission; and explores how a deck of cards inspired a classic horror film.
Don Wildman inspects an ordinary uniform that played a surprising role in an infamous psychology experiment, a simple fabric swatch that ushered a colorful new era into the world of fashion and a pair of running shoes worn by an extraordinary athlete seeking Olympic redemption.
Host Don Wildman examines an electric pen that proved to be a failure in the American office, a lawn chair that reached incredible heights and a dollhouse-like diorama whose horrid contents changed crime investigations forever.
Host Don Wildman examines a pair of ostrich feathers which sparked a salacious controversy during Chicago's 1933 World's Fair, an infamous animal skull at Chicago's Field Museum and a prison cell that harbored nightly terrors for Chicago's most infamous mobster.
Host Don Wildman sets his sights on a shotgun wielded by the Wild West's most gallant bandit, an ice axe on which the fate of seven mountain climbers teetered and a makeup kit used in a rescue mission.
A tale of subway survival; a desert inferno; an international cyber spy.