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DEADLIEST CATCH: Coleman Anderson, a former crab fishing boat captain on TV's "Deadliest Catch" show, claims ownership of Alaska's Apollo 11 m.

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Tuesday, May 22 was another big night for Discovery Channel, with perennial favorite DEADLIEST CATCH and new series THE DEVILS RIDE the top two original cable programs among men. DEADLIEST CATCH has been in the #1 spot among Men every week this season

By Marla Lehner The cameras document the highs and lows of crab fishing on Deadliest Catch – but there are things even the camera can't quite capture for viewers. "A few things that the camera doesn't see are smells. Smells are the big thing," says

DEADLIEST CATCH: Coleman Anderson, a former crab fishing boat captain on TV's "Deadliest Catch" show, claims ownership of Alaska's Apollo 11 moon rocks. He filed a lawsuit saying he found them in the refuse after a 1973 fire at the Alaska

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