Mysteries at the Museum – Zodiac Killer special

Here are three promos from the Zodiac Killer special episode of Mysteries at the Museum, a popular show on the Travel Channel:


In the late 60s and early 70s, the San Francisco Bay area was terrorized by a killer who called himself the Zodiac. Through letters mailed to the press, the Zodiac claimed to have murdered up to 37 people. He toyed with police sending them cryptic codes that allegedly contained his identity. But he was never caught, much less identified. So, what happened to the Zodiac?

Don Wildman sets out to discover the true-identity of the Zodiac — one of America’s most notorious serial killers. He visits the actual crimes scenes and learns about the victims. Don works with an expert cryptographer to unravel the famous Z340 cipher – a mysterious code, written by the Zodiac, that to this day has not been solved. He speaks with an amateur detective who’s spent the last ten years looking for the killer. And finally, he learns a new theory on who may be responsible for these brutal crimes.

I will be playing the role of the “expert cryptographer.” Assuming they didn’t leave my scenes on the cutting room floor. 🙂

The episode airs Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018 at 9PM EDT on the Travel Channel.