A seller claims to have an authentic Titanic deck chair.
Houdini experts in Scranton, Pa., showcase Victorian handcuffs.
The history of a mohawk axe head.
A former dominatrix attempts to sell artifacts from an insane asylum and a unique cat o' nine tails.
The team check the authenticity of an inquisition cloak; and shackles from the Bamberg witch prison.
When a costume designer spots the “replica” inquisition cloak Steve has recently purchased, she thinks it could be the real thing! Will Steve’s experts agree and can they put a value on it? Steve’s ‘go to’ dealer has set aside male and female shackles from a famous witch prison. What will Steve’s friend the High Priestess say about them?
Steve comes across a rare executioner's sword; authenticating a medieval torture helmet.
On a hunt for dark artifacts Steve discovers human bones thought to be broken by “The Wheel”, an infamous form of torture in the Middle Ages. Steve takes them to a forensic anthropologist to uncover more about their untimely death but not before receiving a human skull in the mail! Steve finds out more about the leather hangman’s hood he recently purchased. Will the hood turn out authentic? At the annual Owen Sound Zombie charity walk Steve attempts another daring escape from the blades of a machete … will he break free?
A pair of hand forged German torture shoes and Gestapo handcuffs are found.
Steve and the group are visited by a novelist claiming to own a knife used by serial killer Jack the Ripper. Because of his infamy, Steve is uncertain of it’s authenticity – could this really be a murder weapon? What he finds out from the experts has him on edge!
While rummaging through an antique market Steve comes across another amazing find – a chastity belt used to protect women from unwanted advances. There is some evidence chastity belts never existed, will Steve find out otherwise?
While antique hunting Steve spots something he’s never seen before. A slave harem belt stamped from the late 1700s. No expert in this time period Steve buys the belt and begins the hunt to figure out what it really is. The journey takes Steve on a completely different path.
Steve gears up for an upcoming dark antiques road show, but not before he finds another gem. He purchases a medieval device known as the “Flesh Ripper” used to torture people trying to murder the King. Steve calls on an old friend to help him, but is disappointed by his advice. Filled with hope he finds another expert to authenticate his find. Could it be real?
On the hunt for dark artifacts Steve uncovers rare antique Asian handcuffs. Paired with the Chinese cangue he purchased online, Steve takes the items to an expert. He’s both pleased and upset by what he finds out. Will one of them turn out to be a fake?
Steve pays a visit to a private collector and falls in love with a 16th century beheading axe, something he’s dying to have in his collection. His journey to authenticate it takes him to a blacksmith, and lands him in an operating room!
Steve is pumped for his annual interactive exhibit, a showcase for people to get a first hand look at various historical torture devices. What will people say when they find themselves bound in shackles?
Stef is excited to participate at the event with a mortician’s make up station, but not before she get’s her own intimate lesson in corpse cosmetology!
Steve uncovers another great artifact known as the Pear of Anguish. These are so rare, the ones in existence are typically fakes - will this one be any different?
Steve prepares for another death defying escape. This time he must break free from a metal box attached to his head while it’s on fire!