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Only the truth leads to the treasures. That's why Josh and Jesse Feldman are hot on the trail of the truth, digging for clues as they search for America's most fabled missing treasures. The sibling prospectors from Arizona have scoured the mountains of the American West for lost gold mines and buried treasures their entire lives. With reverence for the past and a taste for adventure, they now attempt to unravel 100-year-old mysteries by putting themselves in the shoes of the people of the era. Josh and Jesse track legends and clues across the vast American Frontier in search of unfound riches, assisted by old maps, diaries and records, and connecting with locals who have intimate knowledge of the area.

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aired 444 days ago
Josh and Jesse investigate a shortcut off the Oregon Trail connected to a lost wagon train, desperate settlers and a creek filled with gold nuggets; a remote grave site may point the way to a lost bucket of gold collected by the settlers.
aired 444 days ago
Josh and Jesse pursue bandit brothers John and Charles Ruggles, who robbed a stagecoach in 1892 and left an unusual treasure hidden in the wilderness outside Redding, Calif.
aired 444 days ago
Brothers Josh and Jesse Feldman head into the rugged desert of southeast Arizona to track the history of a legendary Apache chief said to have buried two strongboxes of gold somewhere in the region's imposing mountains.
aired 444 days ago
Josh and Jesse combine Arizona history and their family legacy to unravel the mystery of the Lost Adams Diggings, one of the most famous lost mines in the Southwest.
aired 475 days ago
Josh and Jesse head to central Texas to follow in the footsteps of pioneer Jim Bowie, who set out on an expedition in 1831 to find a lost silver mine but never reached his destination due to a conflict with Native Americans.
aired 475 days ago
In Montana, Josh and Jesse Feldman track steamship captain Grant Marsh who rescued wounded soldiers from the Battle of the Little Bighorn and who may have left behind a buried cache of gold.
aired 475 days ago
Josh and Jesse Feldman trek across California and Nevada chasing the trail of Milton Sharp, aka the Gentleman Bandit, a stagecoach robber whose missing loot has never been recovered.

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