Brothers Josh and Jesse Feldman head into the rugged desert of southeast Arizona to investigate the history and legend of an Apache chief said to have buried two strongboxes of gold somewhere in the region's imposing mountains.
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, California.
Josh and Jesse journey to Montana to track the steamship of famed captain Grant Marsh, who rescued wounded soldiers from the Battle of the Little Bighorn and possibly left behind a buried cache of gold.
Josh and Jesse trek across California and Nevada as they chase the trail of Milton Sharp, a prolific stagecoach robber from 1880 whose missing loot has never been recovered.
Josh and Jesse combine Arizona history and their family legacy of treasure hunting to unravel the mystery of the Lost Adams Diggings, one of the most famous lost mines in the Southwest.
Josh and Jesse investigate a remote shortcut off the Oregon Trail connected to a lost wagon train, desperate settlers and a creek filled with gold nuggets. A remote gravesite may point the way to a lost bucket of gold collected by the settlers.
Josh and Jesse head to central Texas to explore one of the legendary adventures of Jim Bowie. In 1831, Bowie set out on an expedition to find a lost silver mine but never reached his destination due to a conflict with Native Americans.