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In ``Mysteries at the Museum,'' Travel Channel host Don Wildman tells stories of America's hidden past by re-examining museum artifacts. ``Monumental Mysteries'' works in much the same way, except Wildman visits monuments across the U.S. to uncover intriguing events, legendary figures, and even some notorious crimes associated with them. Iconic buildings, bridges, memorials, national parks, statues, sculptures and gravestones are part of Wildman's itinerary, including Alcatraz Island in San Francisco, the Statue of the Republic in Chicago, Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C., and the General Grant National Memorial in New York.
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Language: English Release Date: 09 May 2013 Genres: Travel Theme: Discovery, Adventure Time Period: 2010s

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