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Discovery invites viewers to visit ghost towns

Ghost Town

I am not a fan of reality television in the least, but this sounds pretty fantastic. The Discovery Channel has decided that modern-day viewers need to take a trip back in time, to find some treasure. 

Six episodes of Wild West treasure hunter series Ghost Town Gold have been ordered by the network. The series will follow Brit Eaton and Scott Glaves as they scour Old West ghost towns, looking for artifacts that they can sell. Nice guys, Eaton and Glaves.

The show is described as being for history buffs as well as trash pickers. I did not realize those categories had a lot of overlap. During filming, the guys will visit ghost towns, abandoned mining camps and graveyards. Are we at the point where grave robbing is cool to air on TV? 

Glaves and Eaton have 25 years cumulative experience playing low-rent Indiana Joneses, turning Western memorabilia into cool cash. The series is being produced by JWM Productions for Destination America. Bill Morgan and Jason Williams will executive produce with Eaton, Destination's Pamela Deutsch and Discovery.

The series will launch Thursday, November 15 at 10 p.m. 

What do you think? Is this something you would give a chance or are you going to pass?

 


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Show:
- Ghost Town Gold
Network:
- Discovery Channel

Written by: Hamatosan
Nov 9th, 2012, 8:07 am

Living in the NW

Message Posted On Feb 17th, 2013, 5:48 am
I have watched all of the episodes that aired. It takes me back to my childhood when we visited these tiny old towns and learned about the history of the west and bought antiques. Never thought I would revisit these old west towns. Enjoyed the show very much. This is true reality TV.
Anonymous

Message Posted On Nov 29th, 2012, 6:45 pm
3 episodes n they hadn't trashed a ghost town yet. Mostly being stuff from barns and sheds. Its a ok show
Anonymous

Message Posted On Nov 12th, 2012, 10:31 am
we'll be watching!!!
Rhyolite

Message Posted On Nov 12th, 2012, 9:43 am
These old towns have been picked to death, vandalized and most are now on private property. It's assholes like this that there is virtually nothing left of old ghost towns unless they are protected as a state designated historical site. or kept behind locked gates and fences. Hope I catch an episode of them getting their asss shot off or arrested for trespassing
Anonymous

Message Posted On Nov 12th, 2012, 4:07 am
I'll be there!
bad_subject

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Message Posted On Nov 9th, 2012, 2:39 pm

I'll watch it. Hell, knowing me, it'll probably plan my next vacation spot for me.

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