Kevin Costner plays "Devil Anse" Hatfiled, the Hatfield patriarch. Devil Anse is devoted to his family and wife Levicy, and a stern but dedicated father.
All aboard...for some of the most thrilling, high-octane train rides imaginable! Series host Matt Bown, a real-life railroad conductor from Maine, brings his infectious passion for these monster machines to rail journeys across the United States. Experience some of the highest, fastest, longest, and strongest railroad engines and train lines, and ride aboard amazing special trains that carry everything from coal to circus performers to refrigerated produce. Feel the force of railroads in history, including the demolition of Penn Station and the first train robbers.
But railroading is about more than machines, cargo, and challenging terrain. Matt also explores the human blood, sweat, and tears that keep the industry moving as he takes on some of its toughest jobs: stoker, engineer, server, and bathroom cleaner.
Join HISTORY for the adventure of a lifetime on eight of the country's most extreme trains. This is one ride you won't want to end.
When Randy and Jason were born, only one in 89 births were twins. Today, twins are a lot more common, and the Sklars aren't sure they like it.
Noel Fisher plays simple-minded Cotton Top, the illegitimate son of Ellison Hatfield.
Powers Booth plays Wall, the oldest of the four Hatfield brothers. Wall is a dignified West Virginia judge with a trenchant manner. He tries to stay out of the feud, but soon gets caught up in the violence.
Ronan Vibert plays Perry, a cousin of Randall McCoy's and a politically savvy attorney who represents the McCoy family in their many dealings with the law.
The Hatfields and McCoys tell their version of the infamous feud.
Take a tour of the Hatfield family farm.
Rob and Dennis organize a race in Africa, featuring fruit-basket headwear.
Find out why violence came so easily to the Hatfield & McCoy families.
Shadow Force clip - starring Bob Parr.
A Brief History of Moonshine from the Hatfield's & McCoy's both families talk about what Moonshine is, the different names for it and what it means to the Appalachian area.
Peter denies Jesus and Judas hangs himself; the crowd clamors for Jesus’s death; Jesus is crucified, but when Mary Magdalene goes to his tomb, a figure walks towards her – he is back; Jesus commissions the disciples to “go and preach to all creation,” but their godly mission meets with hatred and even death; Paul has a vision and experiences a miraculous change of faith on a journey to Damascus; John receives a revelation – Jesus is coming back, and all who keep the faith will be rewarded.
Peter denies Jesus and Judas hangs himself; the crowd clamors for Jesus's death; Jesus is crucified, but when Mary Magdalene goes to his tomb, a figure walks towards her - he is back.
Jesus feeds the crowds in Galilee and brings a dead man, Lazarus, back to life; Jesus enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey – a declaration that he is the Messiah; Jesus turns on the money-changers in the Temple; Caiphas coaxes Judas into betraying Jesus; Jesus throws the disciples into turmoil at the Last Supper; Jesus is arrested and condemned to death as the disciples scatter.
Jesus feeds the crowds in Galilee and brings a dead man, Lazarus, back to life; Jesus enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey - a declaration that he is the Messiah; Jesus turns on the money-changers in the Temple.
The Jews are enslaved in Babylon; Daniel is thrown into the lions’ den, but when his faith endures and God spares him, the Jews are allowed to return to Jerusalem; the Angel Gabriel tells Mary she will bear a child; Joseph takes Mary to Bethlehem for the census, where Jesus is born; the Holy family escapes Herod’s order to kill Bethlehem’s male babies; Judea comes under the ruthless rule of Pilate; John baptizes Jesus, who is now ready to take on his mission – and his revolution.
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