Don Wildman Examines New Evidence Surrounding an Infamous Event in "Mysteries at the Museum Special: JFK Assassination"

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16 November 2018
JFK Assassination
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"Mysteries at the Museum Special: JFK Assassination"
Premieres Wednesday, November 21 at 9 PM ET/PT on Travel Channel

         Don Wildman travels to Dallas to question eyewitnesses, scrutinize 50-year-old files and examine brand-new evidence surrounding the greatest mystery of them all: Did Lee Harvey Oswald assassinate President John F. Kennedy?
          Then at 10 PM that same evening, Don examines an ancient carving that could tell of aliens visiting earth, a scalpel used by America’s first serial killer and a piece of wood from a ship mysteriously buried beneath the World Trade Center in an episode titled, Ancient Alien, Killer’s Curse and Ground Zero Ship.”
Mysteries at the Museum Special: JFK Assassination
Courtesy of Travel Channel
         Then on the following Wednesday, November 28 at 9 PM, Don examines the mysterious burial of one of the Wild West's most famous showmen, a strange oblong fossil that completely altered the way scientists thought about dinosaurs and a journey to the North Pole, tainted by murder in an episode titled Buffalo Bill Burial Riddle, First Dino Egg and Artic Murder Mystery.
          Then at 10 PM that same evening, Don Wildman examines one of the eeriest atmospheric events of all time, the fortuitous error that turned the tides of war and the shocking secret behind the death of an international icon in an episode titled, Geostorm Inferno, The Typo That Won the War and The Death of Princess Di.

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