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The Thrilling Gardner Museum Heist

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  • Published on Feb 2, 2018

  • Who stole $500 million in art... and got away with it? Unsolved has new merch! Get yours here: https://goo.gl/nGhyrc BuzzFeed’s hit docuseries Unsolved True Crime follows conspiracy theory enthusiast Ryan as he deep-dives into the mysteries surrounding the most notorious unsolved crimes in history, in order to convince his dubious friend Shane that sometimes, the evidence isn’t always as it seems. Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedBlue! https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedblue1 https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedviolet GET MORE BUZZFEED: https://www.buzzfeed.com https://www.buzzfeed.com/videos https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo https://www.youtube.com/boldly https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet https://www.youtube.com/perolike https://www.youtube.com/ladylike BuzzFeedBlue Sports, video games, Unsolved & more epic daily videos! Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/... MUSIC Licensed via Audio Network STILLS Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Fenway Exterior Boston Globe /Getty Images Louis XVI-style mirror DEA / J. M. ZUBER/Getty Images detective with hat and camera sitting at his desk paolomartinezphotography/Getty Images US-CRIME-FBI-SEAL MANDEL NGAN / Staff/Getty Images Driving in rainy weather cruphoto/Getty Images Man's wrists taped to arms of chair, close-up Jeffrey Coolidge/Getty Images Christ in the Storm on the Lake of Galilee, 1633. Artist: Rembrandt van Rhijn (1606-1669) Heritage Images /Getty Images Distillery Kelvin Murray/Getty Images Frame on wall of Museum James Worrel/Getty Images Ancient column Nastco/Getty Images Businessman on airplane Bernd Vogel/Getty Images Cropped Image Of Man Toasting At New Year Party Guillermo Pérez / EyeEm/Getty Images Abstract city map - Illustration dikobraziy/Getty Images sheik standing pensive on dubai marina franckreporter/Getty Images 'Off The Walls' Exhibition At Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Boston Globe/Getty Images Chez Tortoni by Edouard Manet Barney Burstein /Getty Images Isabella Stewart Gardner by John Singer Sargent Barney Burstein/Getty Images Serious man wearing cowboy hat Paul Simcock/Getty Images Roll of duct tape, elevated view Davies and Starr/Getty Images Criminal Mind rocketegg/Getty Images Ira Soldiers In Ulster On 1972 Keystone-France/Getty Images Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the courtyard Atlantide Phototravel/Getty Images Mature man with long greying hair and beard Ian Ross Pettigrew/Getty Images Portrait of a suspicious mature man, Munich, Bavaria, Germany MITO Production/Getty Images Miami Beach, Ocean Drive, FedEx truck Jeff Greenberg/Getty Images 1970s COURT ROOM SCENE... H. Armstrong Roberts/ClassicStock/Getty Images Two Envelopes GLYPHstock/Getty Images Kanemori red brick warehouse JTB Photo/Getty Images 20-Year Anniversary Of The Biggest Art Heist In History Boston Globe/Getty Images Circa 1980s home computer Bill Heinsohn/Getty Images Man Carrying A Box Razvan Chisu / EyeEm/Getty Images Gaffer tape Andy Crawford/Getty Images Caucasian security guard standing in art museum Dave and Les Jacobs/Getty Images Architectural plan of a house on a blue background -Vladimir-/Getty Images /BuzzMoji People And Professions A-Digit/Getty Images Black and white images of moustaches KristinaVelickovic/Getty Images Glasses model icons, man, women frames. Sunglasses, eyeglasses black silhouettes isolated on white. Alxyzt/Getty Images Hogan's Heroes CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images Elegant couple avatar cartoon jemastock/Getty Images Michelangelo exhibition in Rome Vittoriano Rastelli/Getty Images Painting titled 'Venus and Adonis' by Titian Universal History Archive/Getty Images Bald eagle and US flag Tom Walker/Getty Images Portrait smiling man looking away against black background Alpgiray Kelem/Getty Images Hustler Playing Cards Strauss/Curtis/Getty Images three rap singers in a subway with graffiti in the background nautiluz56/Getty Images businesswoman smiling at camera MoMo Productions/Getty Images Male silhouettes with hand guns and rifles 4x6/Getty Images Europe, Malta; Banne EXTERNAL CREDITS Grant Henderson - Editor + Gustavo Rosa - GFX Artist

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  • I love the new addition of reenactments! It’s like one of those ID shows but with less stuffy hosts.

  • The art was probably "steal to order".. As in they were paid to steal it by collectors who just want it in their private collections. They only steal specific pieces as ordered, which is probably why the Michelangelo and the Titian weren't stolen. The "commissioner" was probably a Rembrandt fan.

  • So a security expert comes in and sees their whole setup, and knows when they're going to be updating it, and then they get robbed RIGHT before they update it... hmmmmmm

  • I have a suggestion for y'all....

  • You need to get your own channel I’m tired of getting alerts for someone clipping there toenails

  • Shane's glasses are rocking my life.

  • Isabella Stewart Gardner wasn't just some "rich person" who deserved to get robbed. She was a woman who spent most of her life collecting beautiful art pieces and then built this museum after her husband died to show it to the world. She could have just hung them up in her house but instead she built the museum and even hosted many different artists and performers, she gave some artists a room to do their art and she gave people the opportunity to perform in front of guests. Before she died in 1924, she requested that nothing about her collection change because she loved it so much. Every art piece that is there, she collected herself while she was alive. The robbers weren't the good guys, they stole precious art pieces that a women loved and wanted the world to see.

  • C.C. Tinsley is my favorite running joke of this entire series.

  • I'm loving this reenactment of the crime, it is perfect. However, I would disagree that this was a totally victimless crime. They were stealing from a museum, where the public could come and see the art, and selling the stolen art to a private collection, where just the wealthy owner and a few people could see it. I do love a good heist but it is ensuring that the "common" people can no longer see these pieces of artwork. Stealing from a private collection, yep that's stealing from the rich. Stealing from a museum, that's stealing from everyone who comes to see the art.

  • Buzzfeed Unsolved should have missing persons posters in the background or something. Imagine all the people that would see them. Maybe someone would recognize one.

  • Wait... I live in Ireland..

  • Considering how bad this security guard is at his job, isn't it reasonable to assume that he blabbed to friends, and that's the reason he "couldn't recall their faces"? He didn't wanna snitch on his friends...

  • The security guard say "u look familiar" what if it was a ex security guard there" ..that's one of the reason why they knew where the alarm botton was.

  • Why does Abath look like Billy Ray Cyrus?

  • Quick note: The IRA is a terrorist group not the actual Irish army

  • It’s not a Buzzfeed Unsolved episode without a

  • These idiots keep saying that they only stole from the rich. But the lady that collected all this art and had a beautiful museum built to house them left them to the public. It was a public museum. She wished people to enjoy and draw inspiration from it forever. So it's not a victimless crime, and certainly not some Robin Hood BS.

  • Someone two days ago actually pleaded guilty to trying to sell paintings he had 'acquired' from this heist, making things even weirder.

  • Bruh if thieves tried to rob me, I would search with them0001f602

  • Shane did it, obviously