San Francisco Earthquake Natural Disaster KG and Ringy are in northern California at the site of America's worst natural disaster: the great earthquake of 1906. Chaos Ensued Early in the morning of April 18th, 1906, the ground began to shake and chaos ensued. San Francisco Disaster When all was said and done, more than 6,000 were dead, and almost all of San Francisco and many surrounding towns were reduced to mere skeletons of their former selves. Diggin' Deep Today, the boys dig deep beneath the modern-day soil for historical artifacts that might help them better understand what exactly happened that fateful day. Winchester House The boys start their search at the outer edges of the affected area, south of San Francisco at the one-of-a-kind Winchester House, a strangely designed sprawling mansion supposedly haunted by the ghosts of those shot dead by Winchester rifles. Beringer Winery The boys head to Beringer Winery, the oldest continuously operated winery in Napa Valley. Despite being an hour north of San Francisco, the earthquake still cracked their wine storage caves and put the company on the brink of ruin. Beringer Button Ringy examines a button off of the trousers of a former Beringer worker from the early 1900's. Coins Galore After their digging begins to prove fruitful, our heroes go head-to-head, each finding rare earthquake-era coins that might have come from the same pocket. Challenge of Potrero Hill Finally, KG and Ringy head to Potrero Hill where some of the 300,000 newly homeless fled as fires fueled by rubble and broken gas lines ravaged the city. Golden Gate Adventures KG and Ringy took a ride over the Golden Gate Bridge for a scenic view before filming their final appraisal of 1906 Earthquake artifacts.