Don gets tossed overboard on a Class IV rafting trip on his way to a secret moonshining town. Collapsing coal mines and prehistoric caves challenge him as he navigates through the treacherous spots of Tennessee.

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Raccoon Mountain Caverns

Raccoon Mountain Caverns is Tennessee's highest-rated cave and is located just outside of Chattanooga, TN. The cave system consists of over 5 1/2 miles of explored and mapped passageways. Don explores the windy network of underground caves.

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Tivoli Theatre

For 90 years the theater has entertained Chattanoogans, offering everything from silent movies to Broadway blockbusters. Don meets archeologist Nick Honerkamp here before they explored underground Chattanooga.

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Ross' Landing Park

Ross's Landing is the former name of Chattanooga, TN. It was named for John Ross, the Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Don and the crew came here to begin their tour of historic Chattanooga.

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Lookout Mountain

This high and wide plateau located on top of a mountain and surrounded by perpendicular cliffs is home to three exciting attractions: Incline Railway, Ruby Falls and Rock City.


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