From swamp buggies to gator trapping, technology meets ingenuity to conquer the wetlands.
Over the years, alligator hunters in the swamps of Southern Louisiana have risked both life and limb to fill their tags. Hunting in the swamp is an everyday fight, but there are a select few encounters that stand out from the rest. These are Swamp People's most lethal encounters.
The guys run across a quirky artist with a wacky sense of humor and a sprawling Virginia property packed with funky collectibles including a one-of-a-kind feline with an impressive pedigree.
As the season opens, the race begins for VP Express and Polar Industries. Both companies must face the Polar Vortex, bringing with it the worst winter conditions in a century. Lisa Kelly and Darrell Ward return to lead team Polar to victory, while Art Burke and Todd Dewey both set out to prove to the boss that they can deliver with the best of them.
How did ancient civilizations move impossibly huge objects? Why did the Roman forces at the siege of Masada decide to shift an entire mountain by hand? As well as moving stone and earth, civilizations needed to move mountains of water, using technology we still find impressive today.
Alaskan residents Hal and Michelle begin their quest for the Kodiak Brown bear. Buckey and Steve take their hunters back out after the weather breaks, but one hunter comes down with a serious case of boar fever. Heading out for his second hunt of the season, Native American guide Mike and his hunter, John, embark on an intense mission to find a bear.
Take a look at the history of marijuana in America and how it has been front and center in the war on drugs.
In New Mexico, after a failed first attempt, Kyle Bell's son Ben steps up to break a wild young colt. In the Revelation Mountains, a voracious wolverine threatens to derail Marty Meierotto's season for good, and in North Carolina, Eustace Conway puts his wood burning truck to the ultimate test.
Four American Presidents have lost their lives to some of the most notorious madmen in all of history. Discover the shocking facts surrounding these presidential assassins.
Explore some of the crazy and sinister things our government has done to discourage Americans from drinking alcohol.
From how the Oval Office got its shape to why a brothel once operated on White House grounds, discover the most thought-provoking details about the executive mansion.
Henry Rollins exposes your preconceived notions about America's Founding Fathers with surprising facts you’ll wish you had learned in high school.
Rick and his crew face a sticky situation when a cement gun from 1915 rolls into the shop. Meanwhile, a client brings in a 1920s Alba gramophone, but will this restoration be music to their ears?
A Minnesota farmer seeks the help of Scott Wolter to investigate the origins of giant human bones he unearthed in his yard.
A new gator season begins in southern Louisiana, and legendary hunter Troy Landry is back with his son Jacob. Junior Edwards and son Willie return with a bigger boat, and Joe and Tommy prepare to set new records with the help of their secret weapon, "shake and bake."
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