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'If Walls Could Talk' discovers the mysteries lurking beneath homes' surfaces...and puts a price on history. The award-winning series profiles homeowners from across the country who renovate their historic homes and uncover unusual stories and valuable objects along the way. From century-old diaries to rare coins to even an unopened bank vault, these unexpected discoveries are a lesson in history for thrilled homeowners. Selected homeowners also get the shock of a lifetime when our expert appraiser drops in to tell them that what they found is worth a fortune! Written by High Noon Entertainment

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History Buffs Will Love It
23 January 2009 | by See all my reviews

I have watched this show for years and loved it. I really enjoy seeing homes that someone brought back to their original life and beauty when they would have probably been torn down instead. I always find something to be amazed at. The historically appealing tidbits, and interesting 'myseries' are my reasons to watch. Many of the shows are similar, but that never bothers me. I fail to see how the host (Mike Siegel) of this TV show is 'aggravating' in any way, as the previous reviewer stated. Corny at times, yes, but entertaining and fun would be a better way to say it, unless you are just someone that has no sense of humor. I think he's cute.

To me, the most aggravating part of this show is when they talk about how much something is worth and they look so dang goofy while there is this heavy pause designed to get you to want to know the answer... and I really don't care at all. That's the only thing that bothers me about the show, and even that's no big deal. I love this show and HGTV stopped showing it this year and I'm hoping it was just the season end, but it'll return.


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