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List of 10 Things You Don't Know About episodes
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- S2Ep3: Founding Fathers 11/16/2013
You can find images of the Founding Fathers pretty much anywhereâ€“monuments, paintings, even your money. But Henry Rollins is about to take your preconceived notions of these titans and turn them on their ear. There are unbelievable innovations, bitter rivalries, spy gamesâ€¦and even bankrupt presidents. These are the facts about the Founders you wish you'd been taught in high school.
- S2Ep2: The White House 11/9/2013
The White House might be the most recognizable home in the entire world. But as a Washington, D.C. native, Henry Rollins knows there's far more to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue than meets the eye. From dissecting the shape of the Oval Office to uncovering why a brothel once operated on White House grounds, Henry uncovers the most thought-provoking details about the Executive Mansion.
- S2Ep1: Presidential Assassinations 11/2/2013
Four American Presidents have lost their lives to some of the most notorious madmen in all of history. But Henry Rollins is discovering that there are some strange and wild tales of assassination that you just don't know about. Whether it's failed attempts and medical oddities, or brain-busting conspiracies and savage gun battles, Henry has his crosshairs trained on the most shocking facts surrounding presidential assassins.
- S1Ep12: The Rat Pack 5/7/2012
- S1Ep11: Adolf Hitler 4/30/2012
- S1Ep10: Caligula 4/16/2012
Caligula was a notoriously sadistic Roman Emperor with a wanton disregard for life. Roman citizens, even those with money and power of their own, lived in fear of Caligula's cruelty. In this episode, historian David Eisenbach reveals that Caligula also walked on water, played craps to make Rome rich, and engaged in incest with his own sisters.
- S1Ep9: George Patton 4/9/2012
George S. Patton was WWII's greatest combat general. His armored troops rolled to stunning and important victories in North Africa and Europe. But Patton suffered from dyslexia, he never wore those pearl-handled pistols, and he was even an international contraband smuggler. Maverick historian David Eisenbach uncovers Patton's secrets.