‘Code of the Wild’ with Chris and Casey Keefer Premieres August 6
Some of history’s greatest secrets are hidden in the world’s most treacherous corners, unforgiving locations that are inaccessible to all but a few. In Travel Channel’s all-new series “Code of the Wild,” premiering on Tuesday, August 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, brothers Chris and Casey Keefer – extreme adventurers turned wilderness private eyes – tackle rugged territory that most wouldn’t dare, determined to track down the truth behind baffling mysteries.
The most inaccessible parts of the world could hold answers to some of history’s longest-standing mysteries — and who better to solve these puzzles than Chris and Casey Keefer? Travel Channel’s new series, Code of the Wild, follows the Keefer brothers as they tackle rugged territory that most wouldn’t dare traverse. With their unique set of wilderness skills, plus survival and tracking techniques, Chris and Casey venture into deep caves, rugged forests and icy temperatures in an attempt to track down the truth.
Premiering Tuesday, August 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, Code of the Wild will investigate everything from the Boggs-Begich Alaskan plane crash to a lost colony of Ecuadorian giants. The first of eight hour-long episodes will follow the Keefer brothers on the road to El Dorado to locate the lost City of Gold. The brothers begin their journey in Rio de Janeiro, eventually heading deep into the Amazon.
“I’m a history buff, and when it comes to unexplained mysteries, I go digging for evidence,” said Casey. “The world’s greatest secrets are hidden in the most perilous places. For us, that’s where our journey begins. The rough and tough route is our path to answers, and every investigation is a wild adventure.”
While Casey is the history buff, Chris is somewhat of the tech guy. “I use my love of technology to get us closer to the truth,” he said. “Our equipment helps us to go deeper and see clearer than ever before. And by incorporating our own outdoor survival skills, we’re able to put new theories to the test. There’s no place we won’t go in our search for answers.”