“History’s Greatest Mysteries” on The History Channel

 

If you, like myself, are drawn to strange stuff, and might confess to watching an occasional episode of MonsterQuest or Ancient Aliens, you might be interested in a new show scheduled to debut on The History Channel in my area Saturday night November 14th at 9:00 p.m., History’s Greatest Mysteries.  Featuring Laurence Fishburne who will both host and narrate, the series will get into some of the strange and loose ends of history, such as the Roswell incident, the Shackleton Expedition, the sinking of the Titanic, and similar stories. 

The first episode will get into the strange story of hijacker D.B. Cooper.  While not all episodes are likely to be equally intriguing, they’re going to have three episodes alone on Roswell, for cripes sake!  I’ll withhold my coveted Pawprint of Approval rating until I’ve actually seen a few episodes, but History Channel usually does have good production values, and this new series just might be worth a look… 

 

 

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12 Comments on ““History’s Greatest Mysteries” on The History Channel”

  1. carycomic Says:

    And may the Furs be with him!

    Oh, wait; that was Samuel L. Jackson who played Windu.

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  2. vulpesffb Says:

    Although the spirited light saber fighting would have been epic! 🦊

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    • carycomic Says:

      Especially if the next canonical sequel were to officially introduce…Darth Andeddu!

      You wouldn’t believe the back-and-forth trolling between SW fans, over the last fifteen or so years, with regard to whether or not this ancient Sith Lord should be adapted as an antagonist for the next silver screen prequel. Personally? I think he’d make a great villain. So long as he was played by the same actor who portrayed the leader of the cursed ghosts who literally saved the day, during the Battle of Eckthelion, in LOTR 3: ROTK!

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  3. carycomic Says:

    Seriously, though: Have a Happy Thanksgiving, Vee! 🙂

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