Raiders of the Lost Past

April 2019
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The Mystery of the Spider Rocks (S3E13)

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In the early 1900s, Dave Arnold used a cryptic map to track down Spanish gold in Texas. Hear about the daring exploits of a real-life treasure hunter.
1:05:00

The Veil of Veronica (S3E12)

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Paul Badde embarks on a quest of Biblical proportions to prove that an image of Jesus found in Italy is in fact the Veil of Veronica, a long-lost Catholic relic.
1:00:00

The Search for Machu Picchu (S3E11)

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The Incan city of Machu Picchu was mostly unknown to the outside world until Hiram Bingham discovered its location in 1911. Hear about his intrepid quest.
1:00:00

The Curse of Treasure Mountain (S3E10)

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Gold bullion is said to lie buried in the Rockies, but an awful curse seems to affect those who seek it out. Learn the truth about this enduring fable.
50:00

The Search for Machu Picchu (S3E11)

3.0 0 x
The Incan city of Machu Picchu was mostly unknown to the outside world until Hiram Bingham discovered its location in 1911. Hear about his intrepid quest.
1:10:00

The Curse of Treasure Mountain (S3E10)

4.0 0 x
Gold bullion is said to lie buried in the Rockies, but an awful curse seems to affect those who seek it out. Learn the truth about this enduring fable.
1:00:00

Yamashita's Gold (S3E9)

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A Filipino fortune seeker searches for gold hidden by the Japanese during World War II. Join another history obsessive as they try to unearth legendary artefacts.
1:00:00

The Quest for Camelot (S3E8)

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Did King Arthur and his pram-pushing, Spam-eating Knights of the Round Table truly exist? In the 1960s, one archaeological team hoped to prove Camelot was real.
50:00

Yamashita's Gold (S3E9)

3.0 0 x
A Filipino fortune seeker searches for gold hidden by the Japanese during World War II. Join another history obsessive as they try to unearth legendary artefacts.
1:10:00

The Quest for Camelot (S3E8)

4.0 0 x
Did King Arthur and his pram-pushing, Spam-eating Knights of the Round Table truly exist? In the 1960s, one archaeological team hoped to prove Camelot was real.
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