The guys head to Vermont to tour an old marble factory. They also get a peek inside a hidden bomb shelter in the factory basement. Items uncovered include a vintage scale; a huge air-raid siren; and White House blueprints.
A Masonic retirement home in Tappan, N.Y., is visited. The guys then check out two barns set for demolition in nearby Newtown, Conn. There, they find automotive relics, including a restored tractor, porcelain signage and a Chrysler Saratoga.
The guys visit an abandoned homestead in Fulton, Miss., rumored to have materials belonging to settlers from the 1830s. Among the items uncovered are an Edison phonograph; a vintage icebox; and a top-secret manual for the Boeing B-52 bomber.
Jay Chaikin and his team find an old bell, a valuable collection of tiles and an early microwave oven when they visit a dilapidated barn, house and mill in Westminster, Md., in the premiere of this series, which follows the treasure hunters as they scour abandoned buildings across America in hopes of finding forgotten relics to refurbish and resell.