http://www.pbs.org/historydetectives Do you have an object that you think may have played a starring role in American history but don't quite know how? Why not give the History Detectives a crack at it! Most of the mysteries featured on HISTORY DETECTIVES come from viewers' e-mail submissions. In the past season alone the Detectives have helped a Lexington, North Carolina viewer reunite a moving World War II diary with the family of its author; checked out an antique typewriter which a Portland, Oregon viewer thought may have belonged to World War II journalist Ernie Pyle; examined an old instrument panel owned by a Hoboken, New Jersey man to see if it might have been recovered from the crash of the Hindenburg. That's just the beginning. If you have a mystery you'd like the History Detectives to investigate, you can submit your story online at http://www.pbs.org/historydetectives Watch for new season of History Detectives premiering Summer 2009.
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