10 Things You Don't Know About
Get an in-depth look at famous historical events with hosts David Eisenbach and Henry Rollins in this illuminating docuseries.
S01:E01 - Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin was a multi-talented American founding father--but he also owned slaves, frequented sex clubs and was a suspected serial killer. In this episode of our new series, maverick historian David Eisenbach uncovers little-known details.
S01:E02 - Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln was the steady hand of leadership during the Civil War, only to be gunned down in his prime at Ford's Theater. Outspoken historian David Eisenbach delves into Lincoln's private life and reveals that the Great Emancipator was a racist.
S01:E03 - John F. Kennedy
JFK brought Camelot to Washington and forever cemented the Kennedy name in the political sphere. But he was also a courier in Nazi Germany, a body builder and was seriously addicted to danger.
S01:E04 - J. Edgar Hoover
J. Edgar Hoover ran the FBI for almost 40 years and was America's most respected, and feared, lawman. Author and historian David Eisenbach digs into Hoover's buried secrets to reveal that Hoover was also a neighborhood peeping tom, a sexual blackmailer.
S01:E05 - The OK Corral
The OK Corral was the site of the world's most famous Wild West gunfight. But the shootout didn't actually happen at the OK Corral, Wyatt Earp was more of a pimp than a lawman, and Doc Holliday didn't die with his boots on.
S01:E06 - The Roosevelts
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt were Washington's first couple with a New Deal. But historian and author David Eisenbach reveals that the Roosevelts' marriage was a political arrangement of epic proportions.
S01:E07 - The Mormons
Mormons built a politically powerful religion based on family, faith and clean living. But they also built Las Vegas, they owned brothels, and they copied some of their rituals from the Freemasons.
S01:E08 - Pablo Escobar
Pablo Escobar was Colombia's king of cocaine, a man his own government was afraid to touch. But he also violated the dead, set fire to millions in cash to keep warm and actually helped the US hunt down Osama Bin Laden.
S01:E09 - George Patton
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.
S01:E10 - Caligula
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.
S01:E11 - Adolf Hitler
Adolph Hitler was history's most notorious anti-Semite, so hell-bent on world domination that his Nazi war machine inflicted death and destruction on millions of innocent victims. Historian David Eisenbach reveals that Hitler had been homeless.
S01:E12 - The Rat Pack
They were the bad boys of popular music in the 1960's. But contrary to the usual stories, Frank Sinatra had nothing to do with starting the Rat Pack, Dean Martin was never really drunk to begin with, and Judy Garland wanted Sinatra so badly she stalked him.
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