Premieres Monday, January 14 at 10 PM ET/PT on Travel Channel
Behind every lost treasure is a story. Travel Channel’s new series Lost Gold, follows brothers Josh and Jesse Feldman as they seek out America's most fabled missing treasures. With a family history steeped in lost mines, buried gold and Old West lore, the Arizona natives aren’t your typical treasure hunters. To unravel these more than 100-year-old mysteries, the Feldmans put themselves in the shoes of the people of the era. Every hunt is grounded in history: they search for old maps, diaries and records, as well as connect with locals who have intimate knowledge of the area. With reverence for the past and a taste for adventure, the brothers track legends and clues across the vast American Frontier in search of unfound riches. Throughout each of the six one-hour episodes, their dogged determination will uncover new leads, fresh perspectives on history and even gold.
In the premiere episode, Josh and Jesse delve into their family's treasure-hunting legacy and Arizona history to unravel the mystery of the Lost Adams Diggings, one of the most famous lost mines in the Southwest. A new lead sends the brothers deep into the desert where the promise of gold in a hidden canyon may finally be within reach.
Upcoming episodes include:
The Lost Blue Bucket Gold – Premieres Monday, January 21 at 10 PM ET/PT
Josh and Jesse Feldman investigate a remote shortcut off the Oregon Trail known as the Meek’s Cutoff, involving a lost wagon train, desperate settlers and a creek filled with gold nuggets.
Milton Sharp’s Buried Loot – Premieres Monday, January 28 at 10 PM ET/PT
Josh and Jesse Feldman trek across California and Nevada chasing the trail of Milton Sharp, also known as “The Gentleman Bandit,” a prolific stagecoach robber from 1880, whose missing loot has never been recovered.
The Missing Gold of the Little Bighorn – Premieres Monday, February 4 at 10 PM ET/PT
In Montana, Josh and Jesse Feldman track famed steamship captain Grant Marsh, who rescued wounded soldiers from the Battle of the Little Bighorn … and possibly left behind a buried cache of gold.