No pharaoh's name is more famous than that of King Tut, the Boy King, who only lived to be 20 years old. The treasures from his tomb have been exhibited all over the world. Host and Egyptologist Bob Brier investigates the mystery that surrounds the young king's untimely death. Was he the victim of a murder plot? And what about the mysterious deaths of the pharaoh's young widow and the Hittite king to whom she subsequently became betrothed? The story is told through dramatizations and art.