Tornado Uncovers a Civil War relic in Alabama!

TORNADO Uncovers Civil War Battlefield Relic - Metal Detecting Is our latest History Seekers Episode. We travel to South Alabama near the Fort Blakeley Battlefield for an adventure exploring the woods and swamps in search of relics and other lost buried treasure. While we are normally chasing History, on this trip we found ourselves also documenting strong thunderstorms and tornadoes as amateur storm chasers. We were shocked at finding a relic that had been uncovered during the tornado. During this video we were using the Minelab Equinox 800 metal detector, XP DEUS, and the Teknetics T2. If you are interested in relic hunting, old coins, metal detectors, Adventure, buried treasure, or just exploring check us out and consider subscribing. If you are interested in the hobby of metal detecting call Heath Jones 256-284-2247. He is a multi line authorized detector dealer.

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Our team is focused on making History fun for all ages. The team is headed up by Reality TV personality Heath Jones. We cover various topics from metal detecting for historical relics, genealogy, and even exploring the outdoors in search of lost history. We take you along for the adventure all over the United States and plan to expand worldwide in the future. You could be standing on a relic buried a few inches under the surface right now that could change history and never realize it. Our goal is to show you those items and contribute to the human story that makes up History.

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