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Novelist Marcus Sakey tells 3 unbelievable stories about each city he visits -- but only 2 of the stories are true. Can you tell which ones?

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Gabe Delaragon, a paranormal investigator
Gabe Delaragon, a paranormal investigator

Gabe Delaragon, a paranormal investigator

Gabe Delaragon, a paranormal investigator, is interviewed about the Inugami, a ferocious dog creature that terrorizes hikers on a walking trail. 960 1280

  

Kilauea Caverns of Fire

Kilauea Caverns of Fire

Manu Josiah, a local musician, bites into leaves by the Kilauea Caverns of Fire. 960 1280

  

A Hawaiian beach

A Hawaiian beach

A picturesque Hawaiian beach. 960 1280

  

Nightmarchers

Nightmarchers

Actors re-enact the appearance of the Nightmarchers -- ghosts of ancient Hawaiian warriors, said to march forth from their burial sites out to past battles. 960 1280

Ron Schrank Midland,Texas  

The Hawaiian landscape

The Hawaiian landscape

A shot of the Hawaiian landscape. 960 1280

  

Wayne Takabayashi, a paranormal investigator

Wayne Takabayashi, a paranormal investigator

Wayne Takabayashi, a paranormal investigator, discusses his plans for the investigation of the Inugami. 960 1280

  

Lopaka Kapanui, a ghost tour guide

Lopaka Kapanui, a ghost tour guide

Lopaka Kapanui, a ghost tour guide, is haunted by the Nightmarchers. 960 1280

Ron Schrank Midland,Texas  

Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire

Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire

Associate Producer Christina Reynolds dresses as Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire, for a re-enactment. 960 1280

  

Hawaii's Plantation Village

Hawaii's Plantation Village

A shot of Hawaii's Plantation Village, an outdoor museum of historical homes and gardens in Waipahu. 960 1280

  

The Plantation Village

The Plantation Village

The Plantation Village tells the story of life on Hawaii’s sugar plantations, which existed from 1850 to 1950. 960 1280

  

Lopaka Kapanui

Lopaka Kapanui

Lopaka Kapanui stares out at the water. 960 1280

  

Poka'I Bay and Beach Park

Poka'I Bay and Beach Park

Poka'I Bay and Beach Park offers safe, calm swimming and a spacious park. The nearby Ku'ilioa heiau (sacred temple) was used by ancient Hawaiians to navigate to Fiji. 960 1280

  

Joe Punohu, a tour guide with Oahu Ghost Tours

Joe Punohu, a tour guide with Oahu Ghost Tours

Joe Punohu, a tour guide with Oahu Ghost Tours, investigates the Inugami in the darkness. 960 1280

Ron Schrank Midland,Texas  

Digging at Fort St. Philip
Digging at Fort St. Philip

Digging at Fort St. Philip

The relic hunters of Dig Wars head down the Mississippi River to Fort Saint Philip, where they hope to dig up treasures from as early as the 18th century. Teammates Mark and Ron quickly duck out of sight in an attempt to distance themselves from the others. 960 1280

  

Digging at Fort St. Philip

Digging at Fort St. Philip

Mark Slinkman and Ron Guinazzo head for the beach where they believe Hurricane Katrina has unearthed fresh ground. 960 1280

  

Fort St. Philip, Louisiana

Fort St. Philip, Louisiana

Fort Saint Philip hasn’t been open to the public since Hurricane Katrina. The powerful storm altered the landscape of the fort, and the hunters hope it also uncovered rare relics from the past. 960 1280

  

War of 1812 and the Civil War at Fort St. Philip

War of 1812 and the Civil War at Fort St. Philip

Home to important battles in both the War of 1812 and the Civil War, Fort Saint Phillip is loaded with history. It was initially developed by the French in the mid-1700s and was later controlled by the Spanish. Here, Larry puts a find in his apron. 960 1280

  

Finding artifacts at Fort St. Philip

Finding artifacts at Fort St. Philip

Mark Slinkman inspects a find. 960 1280

  

Searching for artifacts at Fort St. Philip

Searching for artifacts at Fort St. Philip

Larry and Mike head north where they hope to find souvenirs from the time of the French and Spanish. 960 1280

  

Fort St. Philip, Louisiana

Fort St. Philip, Louisiana

The relic hunters stumble upon an animal skull at Fort Saint Philip. 960 1280

  

Digging at Fort St. Philip

Digging at Fort St. Philip

Josh and Abby Silva decide to head directly into the fort and dig along the walls. 960 1280

  

Digging at Fort St. Philip

Digging at Fort St. Philip

Josh and Abby inspect one of their finds. 960 1280

  

Digging at Fort St. Philip

Digging at Fort St. Philip

The husband-and-wife duo celebrates a great find. 960 1280

  

Casell Gallery New Orleans

Casell Gallery New Orleans

Ron Guinazzo and Mark Slinkman show their discoveries to appraiser Joe Wyman at Casell Gallery in New Orleans. 960 1280

  

Appraising an artifact

Appraising an artifact

How much will Abby and Josh’s artifact be worth? Tune in to find out! 960 1280

  

Dirt Diggler
Dirt Diggler

Dirt Diggler

Mike Scott breaks out his new prototype metal detector, the Dirt Diggler. But will this shiny new detector live up to Mike’s hype? 960 1280

  

Eastover Plantation

Eastover Plantation

When Mike begins pulling in huge finds, Mark Slinkman and Ron Guinazzo sabotage the spot by planting “stinking Lincolns,” modern-day pennies that will make it impossible for Mike to tell the difference between a real signal and a waste of time. 960 1280

  

Eastover Plantation

Eastover Plantation

As Virginia natives, Josh and Abby Silva have the home-field advantage at Eastover. After arriving at the plantation, they quickly head to the west side of the manor house, where the stables would have been. 960 1280

  

Metal detector

Metal detector

Mike shows off his new detector. 960 1280

  

Eastover Plantation

Eastover Plantation

Eastover Plantation was established in the mid-17th century. It stands on a cliff across the river from Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in the Americas. 960 1280

  

Virginia plantation

Virginia plantation

The land that became Eastover was granted to Henry Browne as payment for transporting colonists across the Atlantic. Like most of the plantations along the James River, Eastover grew tobacco, the cash crop of Virginia. Today, Eastover is a retreat center. 960 1280

  

Digging Eastover Plantation

Digging Eastover Plantation

Ron explores the plantation with his metal detector and a shovel. 960 1280

  

Tobacco fields

Tobacco fields

Larry Cissna and Mike decide to search Eastover’s old tobacco fields. 960 1280

  

Larry Digging

Larry Digging

Larry thinks he’s found something! 960 1280

  

Dig Wars

Dig Wars

Mark and Ron inspect one of their finds. Later, all 3 teams will bring their loot to Governor’s Antiques for appraisal. Find out who picked up the most valuable relics on Dig Wars! 960 1280

  

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