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Mysteries of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Josh Gates travels to the Holy Land to dig in with an archaeologist who has recently discovered new Dead Sea Scrolls. Josh also sees cutting-edge technology restore scroll fragments in a way that could change how we read the Bible.
Treasure of the Copper Scroll
Josh Gates investigates a unique Dead Sea Scroll etched with riddles that could lead to an ancient treasure. Following new leads, Josh treks into the punishing Jordanian desert in search of the potential fortune.
Chasing the Fortune of Sir Francis Drake
Josh Gates searches land and sea for the lost fortune of legendary pirate Sir Francis Drake. Joining treasure hunters and maritime archaeologists, Josh hunts for a lost cache of Spanish gold and the remains of Drake himself.
Mystery of Dead Mountain
Braving the sub-zero conditions of Siberia, Josh Gates investigates one of the strangest and most brutal cold cases of all-time: the Dyatlov Pass Incident. Nine Soviet hikers died suspiciously. Sixty years later, no one knows how or why.
Siberia's Coldest Case
Josh Gates concludes his in-depth investigation of the Dyatlov Pass Incident. Taking on Dead Mountain's brutal conditions, Josh and two investigators re-trace the last steps of the hikers. A big discovery could finally solve the mystery.
The Search for Florida's Lost Pirate
Josh Gates sets sail for Florida chasing the long-lost treasure of Jose Gaspar. Josh joins marine archaeologists and treasure hunters working to crack the mysteries of the pirate's life so they can find the riches he left behind.
Hunt for the Chupacabra
In the dark caves and thick jungles of Puerto Rico, Josh Gates tracks a modern-day mystery - the Chupacabra. Working with a wildlife biologist, a veterinarian and an investigator, Josh explores a recent wave of attacks to separate fact from fiction.
Chasing the Snake Kings
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