Museum Secrets director and an explosives engineer test secret weapons

Posted by on Feb 4, 2011 | No Comments

On Museum Secrets: Inside the Natural History Museum, which broadcasts again tonight on History Television (Canada) at 8 PM ET/PT, Paul Kilback worked with an explosives engineer named Sidney Alford in London, in order to conduct a risky experiment. We asked the questions and found interesting answers. What top secret weapons were invented at the NHM? And how did one of these weapons come within a hair’s breadth of killing Adolph Hitler? These secrets are revealed when the show airs tonight (and tomorrow night at 7 PM ET/PT) on History Television. Find more about the story here.

Watch our director commentary video with Paul Kilback discussing this story.