Famous military historian and expert Lynette Nusbacher have announced that she is shooting for the next series of the hit show Mysteries of the Abandoned which airs on the Science Channel.
Lynette shared the news on Facebook she said, “We are back in the cellar, socially distanced, with disinfectant wipes and the producer on video link, working on the next series of Abandoned!“
Lynette has been part of Mysteries of the Abandoned series since 2019 and will be appearing in the next series of the show. The show features forgotten engineering marvels around the world and explains the might of the engineering put into these places. She appears in the show as a military historian and expert sharing her expertise with the audience.
Lynette Nusbacher has been part of many TV shows in the past including, National Geographic: Beyond the Movie – The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King in 2003, BattleField Detectives in 2004 and 2005, Weaponology in 2007. In above listed show she can be seen as Aryeh Nusbacher a male characters because these shows were recorded before she changed her gender.
Later after her gender reassignment surgery, she worked in many shows including Conspiracy in 2015 as a Military Historian. In Time Commanders until 2016 and Mysteries of the Abandoned in 2019 and 2020.
Mysteries of the Abandoned next series and viewers
Lynette shared the announcement by thanking the audience she said, “You guys are all amazing! Thank you so much for your positive thoughts, and your encouragement! The producers were telling me last night that Abandoned is still getting great viewer numbers, and they’re expecting another series to be agreed in the next few days. I had no idea that the show was so popular! They’d done a set of interviews in the morning, and they’re doing more today while I’m recovering at home with tea and books. I hope you’ll all enjoy the new shows – we are making a point of setting our sights all around the world again. Look after yourselves, stay healthy, and bless you!”
Audience is very excited hearing the news and one of the person asked Lynette if she goes to all the places featured in the series in reply she said, “I’ve been to some of these places; but mostly we send crews there and they film stuff and show it to us. Now because of the Pandemic, they’re hiring local crews to do the filming and send the footage electronically.”
Another viewer asked her if she has plans for a series of WW1 to which she replied, “No, but it could be interesting. Only recently I discovered that my great-grandfather was captured at St-Mihiel!”
I am so happy you (Lynette) are continuing on the new Mysteries of the Abandoned. The show would not be as good without you!! I am a big fan. Stay safe and well.
I have become a history junkie, watching and learning about the two World Wars and Dr. Nusbacher has been with me all the way. I have become totally disabled in the past fifteen years and so the television has been my companion. Watching a lot of the History channel, Military History channel and the National Geographic channel primarily, I have seen Dr. Nusbacher in many, many programmes and documentaries. She’s always prepared and her knowledge of the material is always obvious and over the years she becomes even more polished. I’m seeing her now on the Abandoned series and enjoying it very much. But my favorite quote from her is from World War Two, Witness to War. In describing the monsoon season in Burma she says, quote, “When the monsoon comes in Burma it’s not like it’s raining. It’s like a giant bucket of water is being dumped on your head all of the time.” Unquote. It delights me every time I hear it.
I am an army brat in Canada and though I do not watch a lot of TV, I do watch certain shows – I really like Dr. Nusbacher and her unique and educated views. Cheers and Bash On 🙂
Please, have someone with a knowledge of the English language and an attention-to-detail skillset rework this piece. It is a disservice to socialstarswiki and Lynette Nusbacher, Ph.D for this not to be appropriately revised.
You are AMAZING Dr. Nusbacher, ive watched programs that you’ve worked on for most of my adult life, and you have provided some inspiration to me. If our lines of work were to ever cross paths I would look forward to meeting you and or possibly working with you. I study the evidence of technology present in ancient times, most commonly out of place or time relics. It would be something to hear your opinions on ancient warfare and how things truly happened rather than just blindly following what prescribed history would like for us to believe. Thank you so much doctor.