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Ever wonder what happened to historical artifacts that have never been found, or have been stolen? Brad Meltzer is on a quest to discover these lost pieces of history, and he is asking the audience to help. With the ability to send in tips and clues to these missing artifacts or documents, the audience helps make the show. Lost History looks to highlight missing pieces so that the audience can aid in the search.

Brad Meltzer's Lost History is a Documentary & Biography, History series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (10 episodes). The series first aired on October 31, 2014. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.9.

Brad Meltzer's Lost History is available for streaming on the H2 website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Brad Meltzer's Lost History on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, History, Vudu, History Vault, The Roku Channel, Sling, Google Play, iTunes online.

H2
1 Season, 10 Episodes
October 31, 2014
Documentary & Biography, History
6.9/10
Cast: Robert Pearlman
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Brad Meltzer's Lost History Full Episode Guide

  • In a special season finale, host Brad Meltzer provides updates on how viewer tips are helping the search for lost and stolen historic artifacts--featuring new leads on the missing Ground Zero Flag.

  • Host Brad Meltzer enlists America's help to find lost and stolen historical artifacts. Among the missing: rare and historic footage from D-Day, shot by an American behind enemy lines during a remarkable secret mission. Then, a recording of the Hindenburg disaster is raided from the National Archives. Plus, one George Harrison's most famous guitars goes missing.

  • Host Brad Meltzer enlists America's help to find lost and stolen historical artifacts, which are going missing from museums and public collections at an alarming rate. Among the missing: the White House cornerstone, the very first piece of the White House, laid by the secretive Freemasons. Then, letters from an American soldier in Vietnam--pilfered for enemy propaganda. Plus: a lost gun might be the key to solving the infamous Amityville murders.

  • Host Brad Meltzer enlists America's help to find lost and stolen historical artifacts, which are going missing from museums and public collections at an alarming rate. Among the missing: historic Moon Tapes that hold the clearest footage from the Apollo 11 moon landing. Then, President Lincoln's brilliantly written Bixby Letter that inspired the movie Saving Private Ryan is missing. Plus: the daring heist of George Washington's false teeth from the Smithsonian Museum.

  • Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including an historic plaque commemorating Alex Haley's Roots.

  • Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history. Among the missing: actual lunar rocks brought back from the moon by American astronauts during the Apollo space program--and later stolen from NASA headquarters in a daring heist.

  • Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including JFK's actual brain tissue and millions of dollars of gold coins stolen from the U.S. Mint. Plus: a remarkable violin from the Titanic.

  • Host Brad Meltzer and viewers are on the hunt for lost and stolen history, including Hitler's personal photo albums and James Bond's original Aston Martin. Plus: an FBI sting operation seeks a Civil War relic stained with human blood.

  • Brad puts the spotlight on the famous "Ground Zero Flag from 9/11" that was hoisted over the wreckage of the Twin Towers, and captured in an iconic photograph. The original flag went missing some time after it was raised, and its whereabouts are unfortunately unknown.Also featured in the premiere episode is Harry Truman's jewel-encrusted sword collection that was stolen from his Presidential Library in Missouri in a daring heist in broad daylight, as well as the legendary Thompson machine gun that American gangster and bank robber John Dillinger stole during his infamous jail break.