WSU Professor Appears On The History Channel | People
Every now and then a researcher will discover a historical enigma, an unproven rumor, a story with a puzzling outcome. Such encounters are an irresistible challenge for Brad Meltzer, the #1 New York Times best-selling author. He unraveled many of them thread-by-thread in last year’s 10-part hit series, BRAD MELTZER’S DECODED.
But there are many more secrets that remain unsolved, and Meltzer will tackle some of the most compelling ones when HISTORY brings BRAD MELTZER’S DECODED back for a 2nd season, premiering Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 10 p.m.
Joining Brad are – WSU's Buddy Levy, a professor and journalist who assumes there is always more than meets the eye; Christine McKinley, a mechanical engineer who believes only what can be proved; and Scott Rolle, a trial lawyer who is skeptical by nature. Together they will examine the clues, rumors and conspiracy theories behind some of society's most perplexing mysteries.
In the new season, the Decoded team will examine unanswered questions surrounding such topics as the Declaration of Independence, Ft. Knox, Billy the Kid, the Vatican, and an ancient relic from the Crucifixion. Their sleuthing will lead them across the country and, for the first time, overseas.
Levy emailed me, saying “The show is fascinating, and we travel all over the US and now world (did Europe this summer) trying to solve important historical mysteries.“