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But we just asked you where Lincoln was killed you know it's Ford's theater but it's more about these places thank you for the fact that -- and -- -- -- Others -- stuff you don't know about other places and that's where.
The new show monumental mysteries comes injuring has -- the -- -- haven't done well and good to see in the morning.
So you have moved on from going to the underground and two Pompeii.
And two volcanoes to this show what his -- -- My -- mysteries is -- show they came out of mysteries at the museum.
It's the story of America -- the story of America through the monuments the statues that.
Memorials there the grave stones I mean it's an incredible epic story.
That many chapters of which are represented by these objects that we -- the all around us both big and small we just accept them we don't say well how they get hero one who put -- there and why -- here I was driving past in New Hampshire a civil war -- you you know just one of many and you think.
People start to take these things for granted yet they represent their tips of -- of stories that are amazing and that's what -- -- also you you give us a lot of interest contributed -- that we don't know and in fact we've got a little quiz you're gonna -- us on a couple of things let's see how we do OK so great monuments and small Brooklyn Bridge right how many pedestrians per day go over the Brooklyn Bridge OK we have a choice here.
Or zero because it does not allow pedestrians it does I've I've I've I blocked it for -- charity I.
I can't -- -- 4000 you're absolutely.
It's a lot of people every single day.
In what theater -- did John Wilkes Booth kill -- we are again.
Yeah here we go right here there and -- how many known escape attempts took place and our contracts -- I would say fourteen -- -- exact.
I was too because of the big famous one is the Clint Eastwood that's right -- you know that's 1960 -- to address exactly and let's get the last one.
All right the last one is what was the statue of the Republican Chicago built to commemorate their -- that's a tough one victory in Europe reports from Chicago's world -- -- -- -- and welfare worlds for interesting and this is the kind of thing that we do on the show.
That's a very famous statue people know very well but the story behind that is also very interest in which is a story of the disappearance of hundreds of people perhaps hundreds.
Because of a crime.
That's the kind of as we look at the windy city that's the kind of stuff you'll see -- monumental mysteries premieres tomorrow at nine.
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That would show capacity -- you couldn't answer to -- let my team anyway are.
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