The guys check out a toilet seat from the NASA Space Shuttle Program. Later, Corey is offered a signed copy of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
Rick, Marty and the Oak Island team make a potentially historic discovery in the Money Pit.
Rick attends Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp, performing with rock legend Roger Daltrey of The Who. Meanwhile, Chumlee and the Old Man check out a collection of tin toys from the early 1900s.
Step inside the maximum-security world of America's secret prisons, and unveil their hidden agendas and covert operations.
Mike and Frank visit a New York collector who's filled a train station with vintage cars. Although the cars are hot, the prices cool their engines.
One team sacrifices their day to go after a gator terrorizing kids at a local camp. Another team hopes a secret baiting strategy will salvage their day, and one hunter's season is in jeopardy after he injures his back.
Spurring the development of both modern nationalism and modern democracy, the Protestant Reformation shattered the authority of the traditional Church. Without it there would have been no scientific revolution and no enlightenment. See how the seeds of dissent put forth by a single individual blossomed into a spiritual, intellectual and cultural revolution that forever changed the shape of religion.
See why the potato is among the most versatile and nutritious foods in the world, and why some consider it the ultimate comfort food.
The Appalachian Mountains are a region of incredible beauty and amazing legends. One such legend tells of a terrifying giant with a 7-clawed hand who left his mark on a massive rock. This incredible rock is sacred to Cherokee people who revere the artifact for its intriguing symbols and cultural significance. Others say the symbols aren't Native, but may be connected to visitors from afar--perhaps from over the ocean or from another world. Trying to set the record straight on this controversial stone, Scott Wolter heads to Appalachia. As Scott tries to determine the age of the carvings, he discovers the stone may have strange and mystical powers. He also learns that this isn't the only massive artifact in the region--the connection between the two may lead to a giant conclusion.
Throughout history, many of the world's greatest thinkers have helped push civilization forward with their profound insights and extraordinary abilities, but the majority of these master minds say their brilliance comes from a place they don't understand and arrives at times they do not expect. Could it be that the sources of inspiration that the ancients attributed to the gods really emanated from an otherworldly source, as Ancient Astronaut theorists suggest?
Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history. Among the missing items are actual lunar rocks brought back from the moon by American astronauts during the Apollo space program--and later stolen from NASA headquarters in a daring heist. Then, the legendary Porsche 550 Spyder that James Dean drove to his tragic death. Plus, the Derringer pistol that John Wilkes Booth fired to assassinate Abraham Lincoln 150 years ago.
Delve into the secretive, but hugely important, multi-billion-dollar industry of product testing where wrinkles get ironed out and goods are stripped of the marketing and hype to see if they actually work.
This is the epic story of George Washington's journey to greatness, propelled by intense, often painful, transformation. The man who emerged was a warrior of the purest sort... a man who preferred liberty to power and justice to glory.
On this particular Thursday, Tony, Codfish and Duke find themselves with real estate on the brain. They set out to get their hands on nine acres of prime land up in hippie country that they can turn around quick for a sweet chunk of change. Meanwhile, over at Yummy's place, Mitch shows up with a truckload of empty jam jars and a head full of ideas--he wants Yummy to make a massive batch of his famous jam and find a place to sell it for fun and profit. Over in his neck of the woods, Clint and his future ex-son-law Nate do some suburban lumberjacking, and as payment for their axe-wielding, they end up taking home a seen-better-days '71 MG Midget.
Be in awe with the Pawn Stars when a print believed to be from Renaissance master Raphael comes into the shop. With it possibly being one of the rarest items to ever walk through the doors, will Rick be drawn to it or will he be unable to etch out a deal? Then, Corey gets rocked when a 1970s Ibanez guitar is brought in. Can he take the lead in the negotiation or will he get played? And later, Corey and Chum try to find out the contents of Rick's will. Will it be to die for or will they be wishing they passed?
Tony and Codfish meet with a "hippie" couple that wants to sell a large piece of land it in this scene from "All Jammed Up."
Is a re-wrapped Cootie game from the 1960s worth anything? A man brings one in to the shop to find out in this scene from "Off to the Races."
What Clint thinks is a ping-pong table up for grabs turns out to be a 1971 MG Midget, and he is up for the challenge to restore it in this scene from "All Jammed Up."
Tony and Codfish need to sell a 9-acre land tract; Clint, Bruce and Nate try to restore a 1971 MG Midget; and Yummy and Mitchell are on a mission to make and sell jam in this web exclusive from "All Jammed Up."
Corey and Chum call in expert Jesse Amoroso to advise them on the value of a late-'70s Musician Series Ibanez electric guitar in this scene from "Reach for Raphael."
In 1901, San Francisco Mint clerk Walter Dimmick stole 1500 double eagle coins from under his bosses' noses, as Brad Meltzer recounts in this scene from "JFK's Brain."
Mike agrees to flip a coin to see if he'll get to take home the Henderson Cyclecar he's been coveting in this scene from "If You Talk Nice to Me."
Mike and Frank rely on coin tosses to decide their final price for two vintage signs in this scene from "If You Talk Nice to Me."
J. Hutton Pulitzer questions if the remains of McGinnis' home were perhaps established on the island before McGinnis arrived in this bonus scene from "The Eight-Pointed Star."
Jim Vieria explains the concept of alleged alignments of important historical sites called "ley lines" in this web exclusive from "Chasing the Bones."
The Viera brothers and their team pump smoke into an underground cavern to determine if a hidden chamber exists in this scene from "Chasing the Bones."
An archaeologist evaluates the stone-lined Goshen Mystery Tunnel for possible formal excavation in this scene from "Chasing the Bones."
Centuries of digging and drilling have made the Oak Island soil too weak to hold up the drill rig in this scene from "The Eight-Pointed Star."
J. Hutton Pulitzer presents his theory that the Ark of the Covenant is connected to Oak Island in this scene from "The Eight-Pointed Star."
Rick's excited to make a deal for two vintage posters advertising the Steve McQueen movie "The Great Escape" in this scene from "McQueen Dreams."
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