# Metal detecting
Wild day in the water produces old silver while metal detecting
We meet the Steve out on the water to look for old items and even manage to find a couple really cool ones. Thanks to Steve for the invite out and I can not wait for the return trip this summer.
Metal detecting the 77th New York camp of the American Civil War.
I join 200 of my closest friends to metal detect at Diggin In Virginia 51.It was a great time with lots of items found and tons of fun. If you don't know what "DIV" is this is a organized event that for a fee you can go a metal detect and search for history.
Beautiful relics found on the old farm while metal detecting
We head out to the old farm to look for items lost in the ground that might give us clues to its history. It was a beautiful day and great to save some history!
Traces of history found metal detecting in the water.
We head out into the river to search for lost history in the river. It is amazing to think that this is just a fraction of what will me found in the future.
Man overcomes adversity for his love of history and the outdoors
A man from Madison County Alabama near Huntsville, AL overcomes adversity for his love of history and the outdoors. He is joined by the History Seekers, social media influencers dedicated to recovering lost history.
Metal detecting on the beach leads to a $1500 dollar find!
Holy smokes was this a fun day?? We head out to a new beach and find tons of history and some Gold!!!
Search for a long rumored cannon lost in a swamp
We go out searching for a rumored cannon lost in a swap during the American Civil War? Would you believe in a treasure legend like this?
Metal Detecting with friends, Relics and Fun found.
On this adventure we manage to find a number of fun items and explore a couple new places. I hope you enjoy this and would consider following for more outdoor adventures.
Metal detecting for Rare relics and fun!
This was a fun adventure out to a hard fought 1864 battlefield form the American Civil War. It is amazing to see such rare relics still coming out of the ground after 157 plus years!
Metal Detecting Late 1800's Home Site in North Alabama
We were invited by fans to a late 1800s home site in Madison County Alabama just East of Huntsville, AL. We were using our metal detectors to locate lost history and learn more about this site. We found an item that loosely related to film star Charlie Chaplin.
Amazing gold and relics lost by soldiers camping 158 years ago!
Today we are Gone Diggin in the old civil war camp and boy what a treat this permission is! Thanks to few fellows we are able to a beautiful fire pit and a super nice piece of gold! I hop you enjoy!
Lost Gold found and returned to the owner!
We head out to look for a lost ring in the river to return it to its owner. My question is do you wear a wedding band when you are swimming or is that just silly?
Civil War Rains Grenade
This Civil War Confederate Rains Grenade was found in Alabama by accomplished Historian and relic hunter Steve Phillips. Steven explains how this relatively unknown part of American history worked.
Controversial history recovered metal detecting
A group metal detecting finds a number of items that would lead to controversy today. Are these pieces of history or should they be destroyed?
Antique Trash Upcycled to Treasure?
We were searching a military camp used by the US Army during the Spanish American War (1898-1899). We located an antique jug that would have been extremely valuable if it had not been broken 120+ years ago. We will have more videos attempting to salvage this incredible piece of history.
Locating a 1930s era Speakeasy hidden in the woods.
We received information about a 1930's era speakeasy in the backwoods of North Alabama. After receiving permission from the landowner we were able to locate the location and using metal detectors we found these items that had been lost for years.
Metal detecting produces a Live civil war artillery shell
During a short trip to a well known field from the battle of Cold Harbor we were able to locate a live artillery shell fired on June 1st 1864. Do you believe it was a dangerous item to find?
Civil War relics unearthed in subdivision development near Atlanta, Georgia.
We recovered civil war relics while metal detecting in a subdivision being developed near Atlanta, Georgia area.
Civil War bullet found fired
Did we just find a body-struck bullet from the American Civil War? It is a fired Enfield bullet that was imported by the Confederate Army during the Civil War between 1861-1865. At the battle site that we were at we were on the known union lines and the bullet found was a fired Enfield that we believe to be fired by confederate soldiers. Could this bullet have simply hit the ground or passed through some unfortunate soldier? You decide and let us know what you think in the comments below.
Which came first? Lawn Dart or Ketchum Grenade?
Some people wonder which came first... The chicken or the egg? Today we wonder which came first the Ketchum grenade or the lawn dart. Did this grenade inspire the lawn darts we all remember from our childhood?