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Investigation Discovery acquires Parthenon’s Mystery Files for U.S.

Investigation Discovery has acquired the U.S. rights for the first season Parthenon Entertainment's Mystery Files, with the option to acquire further seasons. The 13x30 HD series uses dramatic reconstruction to investigate some of history's most puzzling unanswered questions. The program was developed and produced by Parthenon Entertainment's production arm, headed by Danny Tipping. It was produced by Richard Sattin and executive produced by Carl Hall for Parthenon Entertainment.
November 3, 2009

Investigation Discovery has acquired the U.S. rights for the first season Parthenon Entertainment’s Mystery Files, with the option to acquire further seasons. The 13×30 HD series uses dramatic reconstruction to investigate some of history’s most puzzling unanswered questions. The program was developed and produced by Parthenon Entertainment’s production arm, headed by Danny Tipping. It was produced by Richard Sattin and executive produced by Carl Hall for Parthenon Entertainment.

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