Pirate Island Gold Here Comes Trouble The Ringmaster and KG in a golf cart outside of Bloody Point Resort in Hilton Head, South Carolina. From an old plantation in search of buried Confederate gold to an island paradise swirling with legends of Blackbeard's treasure, they're on the treasure hunt of a lifetime. Historic Hotspot Tabby Ruins is a historic hotspot, believed to have been the camp grounds for Union Troops during the Civil War. Getting Warmed Up Tim "The Ringmaster" Saylor and KG are gearing up for the big hunt at Tabby Ruins. In the Ruins Tim is hanging out next to ruins made of oyster shells and mud where he scored a 'big-time' find, an intact antique brass lamp. A Cologne Find Almost immediately KG gets a hit and unearths a Civil War relic, an old button from the 1700's. Revolutionary War Flat Buttons were often worn by soldiers to convey information like rank, regiment, or the militia for which they fought. DIGGERS VOCABULARY: Cologne, noun: any artifact related to colonial times. The Mystery Beneath KG finds a deep hit. It's super faint, very deep, and massive. In an area that was once crawling with pirates, there's a great possibility that the crew just struck gold. Diggers Fact FACTOID: A deep artifact often indicates an old artifact. Artifacts Ready for a Showdown KG holding up a buckle found on Daufuskie Island. Scrambling to discover the last finds of the day, KG and Tim are getting ready for the final Diggers showdown of the day. The Ringmaster Himself The Ringmaster at Sally Lesene's property on Daufuskie Island. Tim "The Ringmaster" Saylor and KG meet with Nancy Ludtke of the Daufuskie Island Historical Foundation and Archaeologist Michael Durkin to analyze their finds. Mike Settles the Score Archaeologist Michael Durkin settles the score and documents the Digger's finds.