We delve into some of history's biggest cover-ups and top-secret missions.
During the Cold War, West Cork in Ireland was said to be the safest location following a nuclear attack.
In 1957, a huge nuclear accident took place at the top secret Mayak nuclear station in the Soviet Union.
Located in Turkmenistan’s Karakum desert, the Darvaza crater has been burning for almost 50 years.
How thriving Soviet communities were submerged on Stalin’s orders.
From illusory harbours to vanishing canals, what's the truth behind Jasper Maskelyne’s war-time adventures?
In a remote forest near Chernobyl stands a relic of Soviet mismanagement.
In 1983, Soviet officer Stanislav Petrov had thirty minutes to decide the fate of humanity.
The secret hospital lead by a young woman who defied the Nazis