The show explores the mystery of whether or not Adolph Hitler really committed suicide as Allied Forces invaded Berlin, or managed to escape the country since no body was ever produced. Forensic investigators examine an alleged piece of Hitler's skull provided by the Russians to determine if it really belongs to the dictator.
Investigators look into reports of Nazi SS personnel, such as Josef Mengele and Martin Bormann, who are believed to have escaped justice after World War II through the help of a secret organization known as ODESSA and sympathetic members of the Catholic Church. They reportedly fled to Paraguay where they plotted to reestablish their sinister regime.
A look at the history of Alcatraz Island, located in the middle of San Francisco Bay and once a federal prison which opened in 1934. It was deemed inescapable, but in 1962, three inmates managed to get off the island, but their fates have remained a mystery. Investigators try to determine if the men could have survived the frigid waters and make it to shore.
Over a century ago, London was terrorized by one of the earliest documented serial killer cases, Jack the Ripper, who slaughtered prostitutes in the Whitechapel district. Unsolved to this day, authorities dismissed the killer as a local madman, but investigators are now looking into surprising new evidence that theorizes the killer could possibly have been a woman, or not English, but an American.
A look back at the most famous paranormal case in US history, The Amityville Horror – the demonic haunting of a Long Island home which inspired numerous books, documentaries and films. The series follows paranormal investigators through two other locations in California, both purportedly haunted by similar phenomena.