Secrets of the Unknown: The Hindenburg (1989)

Genres - Science & Technology  |   Sub-Genres - Unexplained Phenomena  |   Run Time - 30 min.  |  
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Originally produced for television, the video series Secrets of the Unknown invites you into the world of the bizarre, strange, and unusual. From ninjas who are said to transform into panthers, to the peculiar myths and rituals surrounding King Tut's tomb, to Hitler's occult connections, these documentaries provide a rich visual showcase for unexplained phenomena. This episode, Secrets of the Unknown: The Hindenburg, investigates the 1937 catastrophic fire aboard the German zeppelin, which experienced one of the most devastating aviation accidents in history. The cause of the tragedy that took 35 lives remains unsolved. Was it sabotage or insurance fraud which destroyed the luxurious flying hotel? Actor Edward Mulhare, known for his role in The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, explores the theories surrounding this unsolved mystery.

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bizarre, blimp, crash, disaster, mystery [unexplained phenomenon], strange, unknown, zeppelin