Season 9 begins with host Don Wildman visiting a famous Renaissance sculpture that was once stolen in Vienna; and he learns about the inspiration behind a Shakespeare play while examining a rare book at Harvard. Also: the story of a strange flying device in Arizona.
Stories of alligators prowling New York City sewers are explored. Also: The host checks out a car in San Diego that has been customized with everything including the kitchen sink; and finds evidence of Paul Revere being a forensic hero in Boston.
An odd glass medical devise invented by an aviator is inspected in Chicago; and a set of tools used in a failed auto business are examined in Michigan. Also: A bird specimen reveals a case of deception at Harvard University.
The host travels to Budapest to examine a porcelain wash basin used to fight a deadly disease. Also: He studies a Colt .45 that once belonged to Wyatt Earp; and learns the story behind a small circular container that forever changed personal hygiene practices across America.