America's First Frontier

May 6, 2021

Bob Drury, Historian & Author

Journalist Bob Drury shares the explosive true saga of the legendary figure Daniel Boone and the bloody struggle for American's frontier. Fueled by contemporary diaries and journals, newspaper reports, and eyewitness accounts, Bob gives a stirring chronicle of the brutual birth of the United States told through Native Americans and frontiersman like Daniel Boone. 


Jesse James & The Lost Templar Treasure

May 20, 2021

Dan & Teresa Duke, relatives of Jesse James

The great-great grandchildren of outlaw Jesse James, Dan & Teresa Duke, return to discuss their investigation into the lost treasures of their famous relative. Based on secret diaries and coded treasure maps left behind, they discuss their findings into treasures like sacred knowledge and ancient relics. Dan and Teresa share possible connections to the Freemasons, Templars, Rosicrucians, and the Founding Fathers. 


Lost Civilizations Found

May 26, 2021

J Douglas Kenyon

JD Kenyon reveals evidence for forgotten civilizations at the end of the last Ice Age. Based on recent archaeological discoveries, anomalous ancient maps, and Biblical evidence, he explores the Stone Age high-tech at Gobekli Tepe, the truth about Easter Island, the Zep Tepi monuments of Egypt, as well as, the myth of Atlantis and what possibly beneath the ice of Antarctica.  



June 9, 2021

Our fascination with the vampire myth has scarcely diminished since Bram Stoker's classic Dracula in 1897, but how much of the lore is based in fact and can science explain the origins of horror's most famous fiend? Dr. Harkup charts the murky waters of the vampire myth - from stories found in many cultures across the globe to our sympathetic pop-culture renditions today - to investigate how a scientific interpretation may shed light on the fears and phenomena of the vampire myth.