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- Season 8: Episode 1 Space Boot; Satelloon; Moon Museum
- Season 8, Episode 2 Iwo Jima Map; Copperhead Cane; Theremin
- Season 8, Episode 3 Lauste Film Clip; Baker's Gold; Transatlantic Cable
- Season 8, Episode 4 Barton Letter; Andrew Jackson's Mouth; Spybook
- Season 8, Episode 5 Cromwell Dixon; Bartlett Sketchbook; Duke Ellington Plates
- Season 8, Episode 6 Korean War Letter; Diana; Lookout Mt. Painting
- Season 8, Episode 7 St.Valentine's Day Massacre; G. Washington Miniature; Stalag 17 Portrait
- Season 8, Episode 8 Hot Town Poster; Face Jug; Lost City of Gold
- Season 8, Episode 9 Jackie Robinson All-Stars; Modoc Basket; Special Agent Five
- Season 8, Episode 10 WB Cartoons; Galvez Papers; Mussolini's Dagger
- Season 8, Episode 11 Chicago Clock; Universal Friends; War Dogs
- Archive: Echo Satellite Watch the Echo inflation tests on May 4, 1960.
- Authentication Tips on how to authenticate a document by comparing handwriting.
- Exclusive Interview: Alan Bean Watch Gwen's exclusive interview about Alan Bean's journey from astronaut to artist.
- Extended Interview: Baseball player Max Manning An interview from History Detectives Season One, with baseball player Max Manning.
- Finger Printing Learn how fingerprinting technology has evolved; making matching fingerprints easier.
- Interview: Elyse and Howard Zinn We take a look back at Elyse Luray's conversation with Howard Zinn in 2006.
- On the Road: Gwen and the Lauste Film Diana Little gives advice on preserving home movies.
- On the Road: The Flying Detective Go behind the scenes of the Cromwell Dixon airplane fabric story.
- On the road: Elyse and the Theremin Elyse Luray on the road for Season 8.
- Painting Analysis Find out how to tell if your painting is an authentic piece of artwork.
- Textiles How to use textile analysis to identify and date a piece of fabric.
- Web Extra: A Theremin Performance Rob Schwimmer plays Waltz for Clara on his theremin.
- Web Extra: Bosko the Talk Ink Kid Watch the original animation of Bosko "the Talk Ink Kid", the first Looney Tune in 1930.