Stuff They Don't Want You To Know - Hollow Earth

Did the Nazis prove that Earth is hollow? As World War II raged across Europe and the Pacific, the conflict reached every continent on the planet, including Antarctica. Learn more about the little-known Nazi expeditions to Antarctica -- and what they hoped to find there -- in this episode of Stuff They Don't Want You to Know.

Do people still practice magic?

Virtually every ancient civilization had some form of magical beliefs, often intertwined with religion. As humanity's understanding of science and technology evolved, magic seemed set to become another historical footnote. Except, that is, for the people that still practice it today.

Denver International Airport

The Denver International Airport opened in 1995. But some people say it's no ordinary airport, and they believe something lurks beneath the tarmac. Learn more about the conspiracy theories surrounding Denver's airport in this episode.

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Secret Places: The Ark of the Covenant

According to its caretakers, the Ark of the Covenant is real. For centuries the Orthodox Christians of Ethiopia have claimed to possess this biblical artifact, storing it in the Chapel of the Tablet, near the St. Mary Church of Zion. Could the claims be true?

Secret Places: RAF Menwith Hill

Located near North Yorkshire, the RAF Menwith Hill station provides intelligence for both the United Kingdom and United States. But who runs it, exactly? What are they looking for? Tune in to learn more.

Halloween's Urban Legends

Have dead bodies really been mistaken for decorations? Have people really put razors in apples? Are some local places really haunted? Tune in to learn more about modern Halloween legends.

What was the New England vampire panic? - CLASSIC

Between 1799 to 1892, families across New England dug up the corpses of their children, parents and siblings, desecrating the bodies in an effort to prevent them from rising from the grave.