The Bible says that God destroyed the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah as punishment for their wicked ways. But is there any evidence that such a thing actually happened? Josh Bernstein travels to the Near East to follow clues from the Scriptures. In modern-day Jordan, nestled near the Dead Sea, two sister cities reveal archaeological evidence of a great destruction. And on a nearby mountain is a strange "Pillar of Salt." Could these be the fabled cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, and if so, can the tools of modern-day archeology reconstruct what happened in those fateful days before these cities were laid to waste?