Hank, Beck, Arron and the Shepherds arrive at New Jerusalem.
Everyone is on high alert, but their search for Rachel has met a dead end. However Hank has a dream which may contain clues that will guide the team to her remote location, and, hopefully help them stop the devious plan that "Mother"/ Lynch has initiated.
Hank awakens on Plum Island in the hands of Melanie Lynch, a.k.a "Mother," and the 41 Trust. With the stakes higher than ever, Hank's father agrees to continue his work for "Mother" to ultimately save his son's life.
Hank, Beck and Laila are in the Faroe Islands, unsure if they will live.
Hank, Beck and Laila accelerate their search for the True Cross to the Faroe Islands. With renewed hope that her husband, Theo "Molars", is alive, Beck sets out to find him.
Hank and Laila are on the run in Strasbourg.
Laila reaches out to Hank to share her side of the story and hopes he will forgive her. Still not totally trusting his wife, Hank teams with Laila to achieve a major breakthrough in their search for the True Cross.
Hank's parents start to open up when he confronts them about his birth and childhood; the search for Laila brings Beck, Paige, Arron and Rachel to Istanbul; Hank connects with a man who is more important than he could have guessed.
As more information about Laila is revealed, Hank becomes frustrated and confused about their relationship; Rachel and Arron meet Melanie Lynch, who seems to have her own secret agenda.
As Laila helps White Vincent with his wounds, she looks for an opportunity to escape; Hank realizes people aren't always what they seem to be, as information about his wife and the death of Beck's husband comes to light.
Hank returns from India with renewed determination.
Hank and Beck have a perilous confrontation with White Vincent.
After Hank Galliston's wife, Leila, finds a special antique clock at a flea market, she is abducted by an international terrorist; as the search for Leila progresses, Hank questions everything he ever believed in.
After Chernobyl's nuclear power plant explodes, blasting 50 tons of toxic fuel into the atmosphere, citizens in and around Chernobyl are ordered to evacuate
As his empire crumbled, Pablo Escobar elevated his violent tactics.
Timothy McVeigh was a top-scoring gunner before becoming anti-American.
Randy Norfleet recalls questioning why the yellow Ryder truck was parked outside
After it's nuclear disaster, the citizens of Chernobyl are ordered to evacuate.
Pablo Escobar gained loyalty in the community by providing housing and money.
As the publisher of a paranormal enthusiast magazine, Hank Galliston has spent his career following clues, debunking myths and solving conspiracies. But when his beautiful wife, Laila is abducted from her antique clock shop, Hank gets pulled into one of the most compelling mysteries in human history, stretching around the world and back centuries.
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