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Diggers DVD-R

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Metal detector hobbyists George “KG” Wyant and Tim “Ringy” Saylor scour the country for lost relics of history. Driven not by money, but the thrill of not knowing what their next dig will unearth, they understand that every item has a story to tell. Diggers brings history to life through graphics and historical context. The duo is invited by landowners, historians, and archaeologists on quests to unearth history that would have otherwise been forgotten.


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  • 1 disc; 225 minutes
  • Widescreen
  • TV-PG
  • © 2012

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Pros

  • Alot Of Fav Shows

Cons

  • 2 Episodes Not Shown
  • Diggin Dixie Not There
  • Episode Selection
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    Comments about Diggers DVD-R:

    I enjoy the show and the dvd. I wish it had episode selection and the first 2 shows: Diggin Dixie and Montana juice. I know they were pilot shows but disappointed when I found out they were not there. Oh well. Still love u nat geo.

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