When a train carrying $20 Million in Confederate treasure was stationed in Danville, VA, in 1965, 39 kegs of silver coins vanished. Now, 150 years later, a team of treasure hunters including Mike Scott, Larry Cissna, Peter Eles, Brant Arnold and Tracy Short are investigating two potential hiding places -- a local mansion and an abandoned plantation.
The search for the lost Rebel Gold continues as the group moves on to Jefferson Davis' next stop on the money train -- Chester, South Carolina. Treasure hunters Larry Cissna and Brant Arnold split up to explore two different theories that may reveal where the treasure went.
The team of motivated treasure hunters continue their search for Jeferson Davis' lost Confederate treasure in Washington, Georgia. While Larry Cissna excavates the ground of a prominent plantation home, Brant Arnold guides his team deep into the venomous snake-infested woods where he faces a potential mutiny.
The search for the lost Rebel Gold makes its last stop on Jefferson Davis' money train. Larry Cissna follows the direct route of Davis while Brant Arnold sets out to find the location where the treasure was reportedly stolen.