Brad Meltzer's Lost History
Some of our most important historical and cultural treasures have been lost or stolen. Now, in partnership with the U.S. National Archives, author and Decoded television host Brad Meltzer leads the hunt to get these treasures back, and return them to their rightful owners: the American people. Many of these lost objects are still out there being sold at flea markets, traded on the black market, or simply forgotten in attics and basements. Viewers who provide tips that lead to treasure get a cash reward.
Brad Meltzer enlists America's help as he and the viewers go on the hunt for lost and stolen history, which are going missing from museums and public collections at an alarming rate.
Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for Hitler's personal photo albums and James Bond's original Aston Martin. Plus, an FBI sting operation seeks a Civil War relic stained with human blood.
Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for JFK's actual brain tissue and millions of dollars of gold coins stolen from the U.S. Mint. Plus, a remarkable violin from the Titanic.
Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for the actual lunar rocks brought back from the moon by American astronauts, and the Derringer pistol used to assassinate Abraham Lincoln 150 years ago.
Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for an historic plaque commemorating Alex Haley's Roots. Plus, an original copy of the Bill of Rights, and a mysterious ring worn by Lee Harvey Oswald.
Brad Meltzer enlists America's help as he and the viewers go on the hunt for Apache warrior Geronimo's skull, Teddy Roosevelt's revolver, and a Cadillac driven by notorious gangster Al Capone.
- Wednesday,29 Mar, 2017 - 22:00
- Thursday,30 Mar, 2017 - 03:00
- Thursday,30 Mar, 2017 - 14:00
Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for the historic Moon Tapes that hold the clearest footage from the moon landing and President Lincoln's Bixby Letter that inspired the movie 'Saving Private Ryan'.
Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for the White House cornerstone, letters from an American soldier in Vietnam, and a lost gun invovled in the infamous Amityville murders.
Brad Meltzer enlists America's help as he and the viewers go on the hunt for rare and historic footage from D-Day, FDR's inaugural address, and George Harrison's guitar.
In a special season finale, Brad Meltzer provides updates on how viewer tips are helping the search for lost and stolen historic artifacts.