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Delve further into the realms of conspiracy theories, explore the riches of British history and immerse yourself in pivotal moments of the past and present. H2 will entertain you with little known facts of the world around us.
In Texarkana's marshy swamp, a legendary beast haunts a small Arkansas town, immortalised in "The Legend of Boggy Creek". Violent nocturnal attacks and remarkable tracks left fear and panic in its wake.
The Bible is one of the most influential books ever written. But through translations and censorship, has its truth been compromised?
...and The Getty Museum: Curator of the J. Paul Getty Museum�s antiquities collection, Marion True, is in disgrace. Her downfall is brought about by jet-setting antiquities dealer, Robin Symes, and his lover and business partner, shipping heir Christo Michaelides.
A towering structure with an explosive past; a deserted cityscape; a mysterious top-secret facility; a vast Nazi construction. Now they lie disused, contaminated and dangerous. But who built them? And why were they abandoned?
Utah housewife Peggy Layton has stored years worth of food in an underground shelter, and zombie researcher Matt Mogk has developed his own survival plan including a stockpile of weapons specifically chosen to fend off a zombie attack.
Why did Asiana flight 214, packed with passengers, suddenly crash land and cartwheel across San Francisco International Airport's runway? Three families of the dead want answers.
Documentaries on human evolution, neanderthals, primates, and the history of life on earth in general.
The Loch Ness Monster's possible demise is investigated by Robert Rines, who saw remains while mapping the lake floor. MonsterQuest uses ROVs, sonar, and cameras in search of evidence for Nessie's death at the lake's bottom.
This time on River hunters we take on the River Garry, situated in the beautiful Scottish Highlands. Presenter Rick Edwards and river detectorist Beau Ouimette are searching for evidence of one of Scotland�s bloodiest eras, the Jacobite Rebellions.
Power tools are not from the modern world, but are in fact thousands of years old. Most would be lost to time and not again for centuries. How was the ancient world able to create such incredible power tools?
In 2017, Tom Delonge and Lue Elizondo helped engineer the release of 3 videos captured by U.S Navy fighter pilots of "Tic Tac UFOs". These videos impelled the U.S. Navy to acknowledge these unidentified objects exist.
Could Pope John Paul the First, who vowed to reform corruption in the Vatican, have been murdered by the criminals he vowed to expose?
Travel to the island of Okinawa, Japan, the birthplace of one of the most deadly hand-to-hand combat arts in the world, Karate. Our hosts will journey across this legendary island, learning all aspects of the martial art Okinawans created.
Stories of civilisations large and small disappearing without a trace can be found throughout history and across the globe.
At the end of the 3rd century, one man rose from soldier to Emperor. Heroic Aurelian reunited the empire in just five years and became known as Restorer of the World.
Engineering Disasters goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
An abandoned concrete wall. Five strange deserted structures. A lost escape route from nuclear Armageddon. A submerged link to D-day. Who built them? And why were they abandoned?
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