Mystery Files

Mystery Files

  • 2010
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.1  (142)

This is a show that gives details about how the Romanov family could have escaped prison. It's a mystery that has been questioned since 1917. There are scientific advances that have been used to try to determine if the family could have survived if they had escaped and how they might have escaped during the time.

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Lawrence of Arabia
13. Lawrence of Arabia
June 14, 2011
The 1962 film Lawrence of Arabia won seven Oscars, including one for Best Picture. Its subject, English soldier T.E. Lawrence, was just as celebrated in real life, seen by many as a military genius and a romantic war hero. Yet some believe he is one of the greatest liars of the 20th Century. Join
Zorro
12. Zorro
June 13, 2011
Zorro is one of the most recognizable heroes in popular legend. Tales of his double-life, romancing, and swordsmanship in defense of the helpless have made him the stuff of great novels, films, and TV. But scholars have debated which figure from history, if any, inspired the character. Recently, 17t
The Virgin Queen
11. The Virgin Queen
June 13, 2011
In 1560, an English nobleman's wife is found mysteriously dead. But she is no ordinary woman. She is the wife of Robert Dudley, reputed lover of Elizabeth I, the most powerful woman in Europe. Did Dudley murder his wife to marry "The Virgin Queen" and become king? Did Elizabeth I, like her father He
Sitting Bull
10. Sitting Bull
June 10, 2011
The U.S. Army suffered one their most humiliating defeats at the Battle of Little Bighorn. They needed a villain and Lakota tribal chief Sitting Bull became their man. More than 130 years later, he is still credited with masterminding the largest massacre of U.S. soldiers in the fight for the West.
Pope Joan
9. Pope Joan
June 10, 2011
In the 9th Century, Pope Joan wore the Holy robes for more than two years before her deception was dramatically revealed. At least that's what legend and hundreds of medieval records claim. The story of her papal rise and fall - when she gave birth in public on a street in Rome - has plagued the Cat
Captain Kidd
8. Captain Kidd
June 9, 2011
Legend has painted him as a cunning, murderous pirate, with treasures buried on both sides of the Atlantic. He stands alongside Blackbeard as one of history's most notorious sea bandits, but does he deserve the title? New evidence suggests that Kidd's trial and execution may have been a sham. Was he
Saladin
7. Saladin
June 8, 2011
Saladin and Richard the Lionheart's legendary conflicts in Jerusalem have come to represent The Crusades. However, Saladin's philosophies, tactics, and actions would live on for centuries after this Holy War ended. The Muslim warrior's legacy of mercy and honor inspired the medieval code of European
Isaac Newton
6. Isaac Newton
June 8, 2011
Isaac Newton burned boxes full of manuscripts just before his death.
Taj Mahal
5. Taj Mahal
June 8, 2011
The Taj Mahal in Agra, India is a World Wonder, famed for its near perfect symmetry. It is the world's greatest tourist attraction, and arguably the greatest public declaration of lost love ever created. Over the last 350 years, it has spawned numerous tall tales, perhaps the most famous myth of all
Alexander the Great
4. Alexander the Great
June 7, 2011
He conquered the known world and created one of the largest empires in history. After Alexander the Great's death, pilgrims visited and knelt before his remains until, in the space of a generation, all trace of his tomb vanished. With no archaeological evidence indicating the location of the lost to
Marco Polo
3. Marco Polo
June 7, 2011
Famous Italian explorer Marco Polo is credited with being the first Westerner to travel to China and for bringing spaghetti back to Europe. But growing doubt among scholars suggests that his real-life adventure may be a mythological legend. The famous account of his travels wasn't even written by Ma
Hitler
2. Hitler
June 6, 2011
Adolf Hitler's traumatic experiences in WWI may have influenced his actions in WWII.
Birth of Christ
1. Birth of Christ
January 15, 2012
It is perhaps the world's most recognized and celebrated of birthdays, so how is the birth of Christ so full of inaccuracies? There is no mention in the New Testament that the visitors from the east were kings. The presence of angels, shepherds, even Joseph himself have also been brought into question. Even the month and exact year are widely disputed among leading academics and theologians. Is there one true story? Join us as we strip away more than 2,000 years of storytelling and separate the fact from the fiction.
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This is a show that gives details about how the Romanov family could have escaped prison. It's a mystery that has been questioned since 1917. There are scientific advances that have been used to try to determine if the family could have survived if they had escaped and how they might have escaped during the time.Mystery Files is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (46 episodes). The series first aired on March 6, 2010.

Mystery Files is available for streaming on the Investigation Discovery website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Mystery Files on demand at Apple TV+, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, FuboTV, Google Play, Hoopla and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    March 6, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    7.1  (142)