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Thieves Use Paris Catacombs Route to Raid a Private Wine Cellar

Pop quiz: In which Colorado city did Joe Kenda spend more than 20 years as a homicide detective? If you knew the answer was Colorado Springs, you must be an ID Addict. In 2008, Discovery Communications launched Investigation Discovery, the 24/7 true crime network that has had fans (Lady Gaga among them) glued to their television sets ever since.

In honor of the channel’s 10th anniversary, we did a little investigating of our own and uncovered 20 things you might not have known about Investigation Discovery.

1. IT BEGAN AS AN ANCIENT HISTORY NETWORK.

Investigation Discovery began its life in 1996 as Discovery Civilization, a network dedicated to showcasing content related to ancient history. In 2002, The New York Times purchased a 50 percent stake in the network with an eye toward shifting its focus to current events; in 2003, it relaunched as Times Discovery. But that

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Sleepy Hollow Review: Journey into the Catacombs and Betsy Ross is alive and well?!

The mission to save the world is underway in this week’s episode of Sleepy Hollow as Ichabod and Abbie head to Delaware to make the journey to the Catacombs. I would’ve loved to hear Abbie finish singing the anthem before the path toward the Catacombs was revealed, but beggars can’t be choosers. The close call that Ichabod had while driving on the highway almost freaked me out. Good thing Ichabod snapped out of his daydream in time to swerve out of the way of the incoming car. A lesson in Driving 101, Ichabod Crane: always keep your eyes and mind focused on the road.

Meanwhile, Jenny, Joe, Agents Foster and Reynolds work with Pandora to stall her husband from reaching omnipotence. Their plan to use the power of the ley lines on Bear Mountain was a good one until the Hidden One melted every single one of

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