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Mysteries at the Museum season 8 episodes list:
Don examines a transparent roll of film that revolutionized the retail industry; a jacket that belonged to a prankster with an explosive sense of humor; and an unconventional excavation that puts a 500-year-old mystery to rest.
Don explores an aeronautical device with a notorious claim to fame; a cane that thwarted a would-be presidential assassin; and a souvenir T-shirt from an outlandish event that became an all-out rampage.
A play that sparked one of the biggest riots in NYC; a monocular used by a soldier; wrapper from a pungent product that sparked a postal feud.
The show takes a look at a concert program featuring the history of a music venue,; a space capsule used by a heroic astronaut and a DVD from an unusual film.
Host Don Wildman examines the invention of an unusual gas mask. Also: a plan to bring order to America's roads; and a wave of panic unleashed on two continents by swarms of killer insects.
A classic toy from a Hungarian genius; a delicate silk sample; a quirky car designed to travel on land and water
Host Don Wildman learns the inside story of Pop Rocks candy. Also: a dark hour in the history of pinball; and a thick fog that wreaked havoc on London.
Don examines a peanut that played a role in an unusual fad that took 1 man on a daring adventure; a standoff that pitted a man against some of Hollywood's most powerful people; and a set of gold relics that became the subject of an intense battle between 2 rival nations.
Don examines a trinket that symbolizes the stormy evolution of a beloved holiday; a novel contraption deployed to save a bevy of wild beavers in Idaho; and a scandalous machine that titillated Victorian England.
Don Wildman examines a painted wooden sign that once advertised a vaudeville act so bad it was good; a famous cow's-milk can from the White House; and a program from one of the most polemic films of the 20th century.
The story behind a science fiction novel that seemed so realistic it caused some to believe that the top-secret plans behind the Manhattan Project had been stolen. Also: a little girl's struggle for civil rights; and an invasion of giant destructive snails in South Florida.
A puzzling crossword; a set of traffic signals; a set of leg iron shackles.
A hand-crafted glass plant; a classic muscle car; a colorful map of the New World.