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  • Updated: 6 months ago
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Mystery Files

With a high tech camera, we can now deconstruct the Mona Lisa to reveal Da Vinci's process. And while his reputation as an inventor may be inaccurate, his artistic genius is never overestimated.

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  • 02:01
    Mystery Files - A Personal Argument Against Slavery

    Famous for his anti-slavery stance, Abraham Lincoln's political position may have been rooted in the trials and tribulations of his youth.

    • Aired: 01/22/2012
    • Views: 594
    • By: CBS
  • 02:38
    Mystery Files - Lincoln Learns from the Low Road

    Quick-witted and sharp-tongued, young Lincoln was a natural fit for cruel frontier politics, but when the verbal battles turned physical, he discovered the risks of taking the low road.

    • Aired: 01/22/2012
    • Views: 544
    • By: CBS
  • 02:56
    Mystery Files - Hidden in the Sand

    With almost no archeological evidence of the Great Arab Revolt, researchers take to the air to get a new perspective on the timeworn battlegrounds.

    • Aired: 01/29/2012
    • Views: 446
    • By: CBS
  • 03:10
    Mystery Files - The Beginning of Guerrilla Warfare

    Lawrence of Arabia's role in the Great Arab Revolt remains controversial, but it seems his unorthodox path gave him the experience to create a new method of battle.

    • Aired: 01/29/2012
    • Views: 718
    • By: CBS
  • 02:25
    Mystery Files - Joan of Arc's Inner Voices

    Joan of Arc heard voices inside her head, but whether they were sent from God, a mental illness, or simply her unconscious mind is up for debate.

    • Aired: 02/28/2012
    • Views: 1225
    • By: CBS
  • 03:05
    Mystery Files - Can Religious Faith Reduce Physical Pain?

    New scientific research into the relationship between faith and pain could explain Joan of Arc's miraculous recovery after being wounded in battle.

    • Aired: 02/28/2012
    • Views: 354
    • By: CBS
  • 02:48
    Mystery Files - Marco Polo the Imaginary Governor

    Becoming the governor of a small town in China is a major part of Marco Polo's tale; his existence, however, is never noted in any Chinese records.

    • Aired: 03/05/2012
    • Views: 775
    • By: CBS
  • 03:01
    Mystery Files - Making Marco's Tall Tale Taller

    With over 100 known versions written of Marco Polo's story, researchers struggle to find the original tale embedded in hundreds of years of elaboration.

    • Aired: 03/05/2012
    • Views: 813
    • By: CBS
  • 03:23
    Mystery Files - A Second Taj Mahal?

    The rumor of a never-completed second Taj Mahal dates back to the days of the mausoleum's construction. But new archeological research may put the rumors to rest.

    • Aired: 02/19/2012
    • Views: 669
    • By: CBS
  • 02:35
    Mystery Files - Built for Love

    The allure of the Taj Mahal isn't just architectural. Seen as a memorial to true love, the Taj was built out of grief after the death of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan's favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

    • Aired: 02/19/2012
    • Views: 1017
    • By: CBS

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