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Mysteries at the Museum season 9 episodes list:
Season 9 begins with host Don Wildman visiting a famous Renaissance sculpture that was once stolen in Vienna; and he learns about the inspiration behind a Shakespeare play while examining a rare book at Harvard. Also: the story of a strange flying device in Arizona.
The story of a baffling plague in Michigan is recalled. Also: A spy love story unfolds in Berlin; and poker's rise in Las Vegas is chronicled.
Stories of alligators prowling New York City sewers are explored. Also: The host checks out a car in San Diego that has been customized with everything including the kitchen sink; and finds evidence of Paul Revere being a forensic hero in Boston.
An odd glass medical devise invented by an aviator is inspected in Chicago; and a set of tools used in a failed auto business are examined in Michigan. Also: A bird specimen reveals a case of deception at Harvard University.
Don investigates a precious metal that reportedly cured alcoholism; recalls a time when Reno was a destination for disgruntled spouses; and looks into the mystery of a president's untimely death.
Don Wildman examines a rare food fight, a race around the globe, and a bird uniform.
Host Don Wildman examines a plane, Beethoven's metronome, and a musical instrument.
Host Don Wildman examines a coded letter, the great American novel "The Great Gatsby" and a legendary lamp.
Host Don Wildman examines a forged European painting that duped many museums. Also: eight tiny boxes resembling coffins; and a mysterious rubber block found washed up on a beach.
Don Wildman examines a coded letter, a classic novel, and a legendary lamp.
Don Wildman examines a truce game, a tale of a whale, a First Lady's bravery.
Don Wildman examines a porcelain washbasin used to fight a deadly disease, studies a Colt .45 that once belonged to Wyatt Earp and learns how a small circular artifact changed personal hygiene practices across America.
Don Wildman examines a notebook with crucial information about an activist's controversial death, inspects a microphone linked to a tale of wartime treason and gazes upon an iconic sign tied to a battle for a billionaire's estate.