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Travel Channel, Talos unearth “Lost Secrets”

Historical myth buster Justin Jampol reveals truths about history in a new series picked up by Discovery-owned Travel Channel. The six-episode series Lost Secrets (pictured) digs into the rich, hidden or forgotten ...
October 11, 2019

Historical myth buster Justin Jampol reveals truths about history in a new series picked up by Discovery-owned Travel Channel.

The six-episode series Lost Secrets (pictured) digs into the rich, hidden or forgotten histories behind newly discovered objects from around the world.

Host Jampol, founder and executive director of The Wende Museum in Los Angeles, travels to various sites to offer his expert opinion on the origins and stories behind these objects.

Lost Secrets is produced for Travel Channel by Talos Films. For Talos, the executive producers are Julian P. Hobbs, Elli Hakami and Irfan Rahman. Jampol is consulting producer. For Travel Channel, Daniel Schwartz is executive producer.

“Justin is an avid historian, and his passion for preserving the integrity of our history is the driving force behind Lost Secrets,” said Matthew Butler, network general manager, in a statement. “Through newly unearthed objects, Justin connects our past with the present and brings our history to life by unlocking mysteries within these unusual items, one object at a time.”

Lost Secrets premieres Nov. 10 at 11 p.m. ET/PT on Travel Channel.

(Photo courtesy of Travel Channel)

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