Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Cities of the Underworld The Complete Season Two|
Actors: Eric Geller, Don Wildman
Genres: Special Interests, Television, Educational, Documentary
A magnificent four-disc set transports you around the globe to the darkest, eeriest and most intriguing hidden spaces beneath the world's great capitals. — * Surprising discoveries lie just below our feet under the streets ... more »
Journey into the mysterious underworlds
Michael P. Dobey | colorado springs | 03/29/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This series is a great adventure show in which the underworld loving
host Eric G takes us beneath many various places and cities in a hunt for history and knowledge. Each episode travels somewhere in the world to a new location to see more exciting explorations of history and mystery.
And there isn't a bad episode either because there are so many places that can be visited and seen in so many locations. Season 2 keeps up the great spread of
explorations from around the globe and not one is boring because history and things that lie below us are always fascinating. Let's hope Mr. G
makes it out to Colorado someday to see the death pit in trinidad and of course Cheyenne Mountain Complex the worlds most famous and important bunker complex. Every season of this show is worth seeing or owning because you learn something in a enjoyable underground history hunt."
Not quite the complete season
John Schenck | Columbus OH USA | 04/16/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Two Season Two episodes are missing:
17 Mar 08 -- Mob Underground
28 Apr 08 -- Katrina Underground
Neither are listed in Amazon's summary (taken from The History Channel's
"shop" site (shop.history.com) for the upcoming Season Three box set. (Both are available (on DVD-R) from The History Channel (for $25 EACH!))
A couple remarks about the series itself:
1) The "Gee Whiz" attitude of the host (Don Wildman) doesn't take long to grate.
2) The same music score is used in every episode so that gets old fast as well.
But the locations and history are real and that's what makes the series interesting."