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Best-selling author and history buff Brad Meltzer has studied and written about some of the most revered institutions and documents in human history including the Supreme Court, the presidency, the Secret Service, Wall Street, and the bible. Along the way he's uncovered countless clues, stories and theories he hasn't been able to fully scrutinize until now. In BRAD MELTZER'S DECODED SEASON TWO, he explores the hidden codes and symbols that surround us. Drawing from Brad's fascination with history, this captivating HISTORY series serves as a foundation to inform the past and reveal valuable stories about the future.
BRAD MELTZER'S DECODED SEASON TWO includes all 13 episodes.
DISC 1: Ft. Knox / Declaration of Independence / Mount Rushmore / Patton
DISC 2: Spear of Destiny / Billy The Kid / UFO
DISC 3: Da Vinci / 2012: The Beginning / Mafia: Alive?
DISC 4: Vatican / Houdini: Murdered? / Devil s Graveyard, Alaska / Bonus
These are interesting, provocative questions, and Meltzer dispatches his field team (professor Buddy Levy, engineer Christine McKinley, and lawyer Scott Rolle) to track down the answers. The problem is, they rarely do; much of what's presented here amounts to little more than overheated hunches, guesswork, and speculation, backed up by precious little in the way of evidence or facts. "What if [America's] superpower status is based on an empty room?" Meltzer asks in the Fort Knox segment, predicting that world economic chaos would be the result--but no one from the team actually gets inside to find out if it's empty or not. As for Mt. Rushmore, they do uncover indications that sculptor Gutzon Borglum was a member of the Ku Klux Klan, but there is no proof that he intended his work to signify anything racist or separatist; meanwhile, suggesting that Adolf Hitler possessed the "spear of destiny" (the lance used by a Roman soldier to pierce the side of Jesus Christ as he died on the cross) and had it stashed in a secret base in Antarctica, so this sacred and mystical object could be used to establish a Fourth Reich after World War II, comes off as mere sensationalism. Then again, much of this is also good fun--and any TV show that prompts viewers to discuss something deeper than the latest Kardashian shenanigan definitely deserves a look. --Sam Graham
A lot of smoke and mirrors, 1 hour show about a 2 minute questionPublished 1 month ago by Jonathan Gleich
I really like the show and the videos are high quality. I trust the author and his investigators. FIVE STARSPublished 4 months ago by ernest clayton
Brad Meltzer's show is so full of itself. I really have to questions the validity of anything that he researches. One example was the season 2 show about December 2012. Read morePublished 4 months ago by K W the radio man
I enjoy this show because it falls into a genre that has recently attracted my interest: events from history around which there are unresolved questions. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tech Ed
This series spotlights unique and special interest stories. I find the subject matter interesting and informative. Its not mainstream TV programming. Which is what I enjoy!Published 4 months ago by Linfranjo
I Would Love to see more seasons. The investigators are great.Published 4 months ago by sunshine1607
What in the world was he thinking... I do like to be entertained... I watch and read many books about theories and such... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ruhtra