From the Celtic festival of Samhain to the mumming tradition and the Christian feast day known as All Hallows' Eve, find out why this night has become the scariest of the year!
Earth's past is riddled with natural disasters. Find out why theorists believe alien lifeforms may have been involved.
Travel around the world to uncover history's most frightening nighttime environments in a quest to find out why we are afraid of the dark.
Discover the ancient pagan roots of Halloween and find out how it morphed into a day full of pranks, costumes and candy.
Long before comic books, movies and TV, zombies could be found in humanity's oldest works of literature. From the Epic of Gilgamesh to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, follow this 5,000-year journey of the undead.
A renowned zoologist/wolf expert and an FBI profiler travel across Europe investigating the legend of the Wolfman. Digging deep into the mythology and folklore of werewolves, they uncover paranormal transformations, diseases that turn men into animals and strange but true stories of children raised by wolves.
Festivals are underway and the dickerers see dollar signs. Tony scrambles to make cash selling chainsaws at the Lumberjack Festival. Turtle's confident he can sell a Hovercraft at a biker gathering, and Yummy jumps at the chance to perform a wedding at a redneck-themed event.
Each family has decided to make their own legal moonshine, but they still need to find the money to make it happen. Meanwhile, Jim McCoy is having some trouble with his "lead foot mama," who is speeding around town in her Mustang and getting in trouble with the law.
The families organize a special Hatfield & McCoy Demolition Derby to promote the grand opening of the Hatfield and McCoy Distillery. Meanwhile, Mark and Jim are shocked to find themselves locked out and served with an eviction notice from their new landlord, leaving everyone to wonder if this grand opening is really going to happen.
Mike and Frank pick the Pioneer Playhouse, where a mysterious wooden box inspired a roadside bet among friends. Then the guys go on a unique pick that has them digging for buried treasure.
Liquor investor Monsell is expecting a batch of Hatfields and McCoys moonshine, but with no still, no recipe and no Hatfields, Jim McCoy had no choice but to lock the doors of the distillery. Now Jim's looking to get his frustrations out at the Annual Hatfield and McCoy Tug of War, but are the Hatfields going to boycott the event?
Rick and his crew embark on a critical mission to restore a genuine NASA space helmet from the Gemini era. Later, a friendly picker drops off a 1918 gasoline cart, but can the guys bust through the rust?
With the lease already signed, Jim McCoy and Mark Hatfield have no choice but to start demolition for the new Hatfield and McCoy Distillery. Meanwhile, Jim and Mark entrust Scotty May to build the industrial-sized still they need to start making moonshine.
John and James McCoy hatch a plan to help both families and the distillery get their liquor investor Monsell a taste of the Hatfield & McCoy moonshine he's been waiting on. While John and James are busy building the much-needed still, they enlist a Hatfield to retrieve Devil Anse's secret moonshine recipe.
Ever wonder if you really need all those bits and pieces in your car? Or if it will still drive without engine oil, or a battery? Adam, Rutledge and Tanner each choose a mechanically robust vehicle, then compete in a head to head battle to see whose car can withstand the most abuse. The winner gets to test drive the brand new $300k Rolls Royce Wraith.
Adam shows us some of the perks—and the dangers—of being a Top Gear host.
As he maneuvers carefully across a frozen lake, Alex recalls a friend whose truck didn't survive the same scenario in this scene from "World's End."
When Lisa's tires break through the ice over a river, she and Darrell must use the loader to push the rig out of danger in this scene from "World's End."
Rutledge takes us on a tour of a Volkswagen junkyard, where he finds some pretty rare VWs.
The Count and his band are celebrated with more than just the release of his new album.
Giorgio gets a private viewing of five mysterious, elongated skulls, which have never been studied scientifically and are rarely available for public viewing.
The guys harass Tanner as he tries to fix his remote-controlled toy helicopter.
Roli shows Danny his new ride— a Suzuki Hayabusa.
One of the ancient precision-cut stone blocks at Puma Punku causes havoc with a compass. Are these magnetic qualities a random occurrence, or did the stonecutter have an intentional purpose in the design?
Professor Hubert Zeitlmair of Maltadiscovery Prehistory Research Foundation shows Giorgio his ingenious theory, which he thinks might explain the existence of many stone spheres found at the temples of Malta.
While investigating the legendary lost treasure of Aztec leader Montezuma, Scott Wolter gets a chance to try a new open source ROV that could change the way we investigate underwater mysteries.
Scott's Wolter's first love isn't a person - it's agates. Wolter gives his audience a sneak peek at his collection, considered by some to be the most impressive assembly of agate gemstones in America.
While in France, Scott Wolter investigates the origins and use of the Fleur de Lis symbol in architecture, art and culture.
Giorgio examines a series of truly unique carved stone blocks, which seem to lock together seamlessly without the use of mortar or binding agents. How were they made, and for what purpose?
Adam demos his Jeep's unique steering system.
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