Episode Detail: The Assassination of King Tut - Unsolved History
Examining theories about the death of King Tutenkhamen in 1323 B.C., including a forensic investigation using modern technology that indicates the boy-king might have been murdered. The investigators, Gregory Cooper and Mike King, deduce via x-rays that Tutenkhamen suffered from physical handicaps, and a specialist in facial reconstruction sculpts the King's visage using computerized imaging. Also: conspiracy theories and likely suspects. Shot on location in Egypt at the Valley of the Kings, Amarna, Karnak and Thebes. John Hurt narrates.