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27 :03x01 - Steve Jobs Time Capsule

Feb/25/2014
KG and Ringy are in Aspen, Colo., in search of a time tube containing the mouse from Steve Jobs' first mass-marketed Lisa computer. Buried during the now-defunct International Design Conference in Aspen (IDCA), the tube was intended to be unearthed in 2000, but due to changes in the landscape, its exact location was unknown - until now. The guys are able to narrow down the capsule's location and the contents are almost too good to be true - an 80's gold mine and a rare piece of Apple history!

Source: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

28 :03x02 - Fortress of Roundness

Feb/25/2014
The guys visit Pennsylvania, hunting for two forts from the Revolutionary War. They're here to find Rice's Fort, which could be the site of the last battle of the Revolutionary War. Legend says that soldiers melted pewter utensils as emergency ammunition, but no one has been able to prove these artifacts existed. Can the guys prove it to be true? First, they check out Wolff's Fort. Archaeologists have a rough idea of where it may have been, but they need the duo to pinpoint the exact location.

Source: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

29 :03x03 - Mystery Coin

Mar/04/2014
The guys are hunting the playgrounds of America's rich and famous at the mansions of Newport, R.I. They start at Swiss Village, which includes a building used by the British during the Revolutionary War and a horse stable used by the Kennedys. They dig up an unbelievable find -- a late 17th century coin all the way from Yemen -- an artifact never before found in the U.S.! Next, they visit Malbone Castle, a summer resort for the super-rich that included George Washington on its guest list.

Source: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

30 :03x04 - Custer's Payroll Chest

Mar/04/2014
KG and Ringy are on an old-fashioned gold hunt in the Black Hills of South Dakota, looking for the lost payroll chest of one of America's most famous generals: George Custer. Stories say that Custer, expecting an attack from the local Indians, buried his cavalry's payroll but was never able to retrieve it. Will they find Custer's lost gold?

Source: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

31 :03x05 - Lost Nazi Plane

Mar/11/2014
KG and Ringy are searching for the greatest military nectar of their careers: a lost Nazi fighter plane that crash-landed in an Indiana cornfield. The boys are visiting the site of a once-secret Air Force base to locate the debris field of the crash and crack a decades-old mystery surrounding the missing plane's location. Finding an engine, wing or weapon from the plane would be the score of a lifetime -- and KG and Ringy are hot on the trail!

Source: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

32 :03x06 - Chasing Benedict Arnold

Mar/11/2014
Maine was a fierce battleground in the Revolutionary and French and Indian Wars, and KG and Ringy are anxious to scour the land for "juice." They've been given exclusive access to Benedict Arnold's Revolutionary War headquarters and are excited to uncover nectar from this notorious traitor. Next, the guys receive a call that the former site of historic Fort Richmond is being paved over for a highway. With the help of a team of archaeologists, they get to work searching for artifacts.

Source: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

33 :03x07 - Ammo in the Hole

Mar/18/2014
The duo is headed to Fort McKinley, a turn-of-the-20th-century fort in Portland, Maine. Legend says a cannon barrel was buried here, and the guys set out to find it, starting at a parade ground where soldiers marched. The soldiers could've dropped items along the way and the guys are determined to find enough military buttons to decorate a jacket. Next, they head to the island's bunkers to see what weaponry is still in the ground, and find one of the biggest ammunition pockets of their careers.

Source: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

34 :03x08 - Sherman's March

Mar/18/2014
KG and Ringy are in Georgia, following Union General William Tecumseh Sherman's legendary "March to the Sea" in search of priceless 19th century nectar, including a long-lost chest of Confederate gold. The boys visit three sites on the route from Atlanta to Savannah in hopes of finding a major Civil War score. Along the way they stop in Marietta, an important site for both the Union and Confederate armies. Here, the duo dig up an artifact they've been looking for their whole careers!

Source: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

35 :03x09 - Land of Lincoln

Mar/25/2014
KG and Ringy are at the historic battlefield in Gettysburg, Pa., where Abraham Lincoln struggled to keep the Union together. The guys will dive headfirst into Civil War history and hunt for artifacts from 1863. They both strike it lucky with a few discoveries, including flat buttons and a used bullet. To sweeten the search, KG and Ringy make a bet on who can find the most historical pennies, and the loser has to finish his search in a barrel costume.


Source: National Geographic Channel

36 :03x10 - Cowboys n' Juicepockets

Mar/25/2014
KG and Ringy are at the site of one of the most notorious gunfights in American history in Tombstone, Ariz. - the O.K. Corral. They follow the tracks of Wyatt Earp, one of the most famous lawmen of the Wild West, in an attempt to find hard evidence of the showdown. Will the guys uncover a piece of Tombstone history, or is evidence of this famous gunfight lost forever?


Source: National Geographic Channel

37 :03x11 - Lincoln's Assassin

Mar/25/2014
KG and Ringy are in Maryland, following the trail of America's most notorious assassin: John Wilkes Booth. They're looking for clues that he might have left behind. They're also hot on the trail of one of the biggest mysteries surrounding Lincoln's assassination: Booth was killed in a dramatic shootout and a diary was found on his body, but it was missing several pages. If KG and Ringy could find any of those pages, they would go down as two of the greatest metal detectorists of all time.

Source: National Geographic Channel

38 :03x12 - Wild Bill and Calamity Jane

Mar/25/2014
The duo is on a Wild West nectar quest in Deadwood, S.D., chasing a legend of buried treasure. Legend has it that local miners buried a cache of gold, but no one has ever found it -- KG and Ringy hope to put the treasure hunt to rest once and for all. Next, they set out on a quest to find artifacts from the frontier's most famous couple: Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Will they fill their South Dakota nectar quota?

Source: National Geographic Channel

39 :03x13 - Wyatt Earp Wild West

Apr/04/2014
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40 :03x14 - The Lost Fortress

Apr/11/2014
KG and Ringy have exclusive access to Rhode Island's Fort Adams. The U.S. Naval Academy relocated here for a brief period during the Civil War, and it was once the most heavily armed fort in America, so the guys are hunting for naval nectar that ties the fort to its academy days. How much Civil War nectar can the duo find in this massive fort?

Source: National Geographic Channel

41 :03x15 - Grant Takes Vicksburg

Apr/18/2014
KG and Ringy are in Mississippi, hot on the trail of Civil War Union General Ulysses S. Grant. They're hunting for juice along the campaign that made him a hero and turned the tide of the Civil War: the Siege of Vicksburg. The boys were called in by the governor himself to unearth personal artifacts from the brave men who fought in the state's greatest military conflict.

Source: National Geographic Channel

42 :03x16 - Gangland

Apr/25/2014
The guys are on the hunt for nectar from the most notorious gangsters of the 1920s and '30s. Outside Chicago, they visit the house of Al Capone's hit man and personal bodyguard, rumored to have organized the St. Valentine's Day Massacre. Then they head to the former home of Paul Ricca, the man who took over the South Side mob when Capone went to jail. Finally, the guys check out one of Bugs Moran's favorite hideouts, where he may have buried slot machines filled with coins.

Source: National Geographic Channel

43 :03x17 - Blackbeards Treasure

May/02/2014
KG and Ringy are in North Carolina, hunting for Blackbeard's treasure. In the 1700s, the pirate terrorized the Atlantic coast, stealing and plundering goods and treasure with his cannon ship and vicious crew. He was killed and beheaded in 1718, leaving behind legends of treasure. They visit three sites where the pirate spent part of his final year. This is their most challenging hunt ever, but Blackbeard booty could make them legends and Ringy makes a find that's been on his bucket list forever.

Source: National Geographic Channel

44 :03x18 - Gold Rush

May/09/2014
KG and Ringy are headed west to explore three mines that produced a fortune in silver and gold during the prospecting frenzy of the 1800s. The guys are hoping the artifacts will help them understand how miners lived and worked during that period. It's “Westward Ho!” and if they don't get buried in a cave-in or fall down a mineshaft, they might just discover some untouched prospector nectar.

Source: National Geographic Channel

45 :03x19 - George Washington's Lost Camp

May/16/2014
KG and Ringy are on a mission to discover two long-lost 1700s campsites where British General Edward Braddock died and George Washington became a hero. The Diggers are hot on the heels of Braddock's retreat, a legendary march of more than 2,000 soldiers following Braddock and Washington's crushing defeat in 1755 during the French and Indian War. Archaeologists have invited the boys to visit two sites to try to pinpoint exactly where the Army set up camp.

Source: National Geographic Channel

46 :03x20 - San Francisco Earthquake

May/23/2014
KG and Ringy are in northern California at the site of one of America's worst natural disasters: the great San Francisco earthquake. On the morning of April 18, 1906, the ground began to shake and chaos ensued. When all was said and done, many surrounding towns were reduced to mere skeletons of their former selves. Today, the boys dig deep beneath the modern-day metropolis for historical artifacts that tell the harrowing tale of America's deadliest earthquake.

Source: National Geographic Channel

47 :03x21 - Kentucky Bourbon

May/30/2014
KG and Ringy are in the Bluegrass State of Kentucky, searching for artifacts from two of the oldest bourbon distilleries in the country. First, they visit the Maker's Mark distillery in Loretto, which has been cranking out bourbon since 1805. Next, the guys head over to the Buffalo Trace distillery in Frankfort, located on a massive complex chock-full of historic nectar. Along the way, they're hunting for a lost case of Prohibition era liquor that could be worth a fortune.

Source: National Geographic Channel

48 :03x22 - Pancho Villa Nectar

Jun/06/2014
KG and Ringy are on the United States-Mexico border, hot on the trail of the notorious revolutionary general Pancho Villa. They're looking for conclusive evidence that a present-day golf course was once the site of a face-off between Villa's men and the famous American Buffalo Soldiers. But before that, the duo heads to Tubac, where the Spanish battled the Apaches at the very first military garrison in Arizona. KG and Ringy's goal: to find a super rare Spanish colonial artifact.

Source: National Geographic Channel
Warning: Diggers guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Documentary
Genre: Family | Talent
Status: Returning Series
Network: National Geographic Channel ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 01, 2013
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