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Welcome to the Investigating History guide at TV Tome. Using the latest techniques of forensic science, investigators re-explore some of the legendary figures and events of history in order to determine how much of what has come down to us is a true account. There is no editor for this show. If you would like to be the editor look here for details.
|S01E01||The Holy Grail||19/04/2004|
|S01E02||Billy the Kid||26/04/2004|
|S01E04||Dead Sea Scrolls||10/05/2004|
|S01E05||Napoleon's Mass Grave||17/05/2004|
|S01E06||Wyatt Earp at the O.K. Corral||24/05/2004|
|S01E07||D-Day: The Secret Massacre||01/06/2004||The Nazis massacre U.S. troops and French civilians in retaliation for the battle at Graignes.|
|S01E08||The Curse of King Tut||14/06/2004|
|S01E09||Lincoln: Man or Myth?||21/06/2004||Abraham Lincoln is arguably America’s most beloved president. Yet nearly 150 years after his death, we’re still trying to piece together a true portrait of his life and character.. From the earliest archival materials to the most cutting-edge theories and discoveries, LINCOLN: MAN OR MYTH investigates the legends that have proliferated around the figure of Abraham Lincoln, exposing both fallacies and extraordinary truths through incisive scholarship, period accounts and artifacts, and modern technology. Noted scholars and historians grapple with such questions as: Was Lincoln truly the “Great Emancipator” who dedicated himself to freeing slaves? Did the writings that swayed the nation really come from his pen? Do we even know what he looked like?. Finally disentangling the truth from legend, INVESTIGATING HISTORY takes a probing look into the life of a man who transformed, enlightened, and captivated America..|
|S01E10||Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid||05/07/2004|
|S01E11||Dalton Gang Raid||18/10/2004|
|S01E12||Taking Out Al Capone||25/10/2004|
|S01E13||The Lost Battle of the Civil War||15/11/2004||This covers the Union victory at Mine Creek on October 25, 1864, which is a relatively unknown battle from the Civil War.|
|S01E14||The JFK Assassination||22/11/2004||Frame 313 examines several theories that have been offered about who was responsible for the JFK Assassination including the single bullet theory, the CIA/Mafia theory, the Soviet Union/KGB theory, the Mafia hit theory, and the CIA/Anti-Castro theory.|
|S01E15||Buried Secrets of the Revolutionary War||26/11/2004|
|S01E16||Was Napoleon Murdered?||20/12/2004|
|S01E17||Who Killed Crazy Horse?||25/01/2005|
|S01E19||The Medici Assassination||26/02/2005|
|S01E20||The Lost Atlantis||07/03/2005|
|S00E00||The Mystery of Jesse James||28/10/2003||According to the official account, Jesse James was shot by a man named Bob Ford, who fired one shot into Jesse's skull. But as THE MYSTERY OF JESSE JAMES shows, there are many reasons to question whether James really died on that day. From the newspaper stoires of the killing and the death photos--which show a man who does not quite resemble known photos of James--to recent exhumations, INVESTIGATING HISTORY probes the persistent rumors and illuminates new facets of the James's legend. As we follow the course of the exhumation at Neodesha, Kansas, requested by the James family, authors like Ron Pastore (The Jesse James Enigma) and Betty Dorsett (Jesse James Lived and Died in Texas) detail different theories as to his fate. Forensic specialist John Clayton reveals what the bones have to say, and the James family offers their personal take on the story that has long captivated scholars of the Old West.|
|S00E01||Genghis Khan||01/11/2004||This 2-hour special Traces how the joint US-Mongolian expedition has been on the trail to identify one of history's most treasured secret's, the never-revealed, burial place of the world's greatest conqueror.|