I stumbled upon Diggers on National Geographic Channel completely by accident one weekend and immediately was hooked. There's something about the way these guys attack their job with passion and emotion that won me over.

Now, in case you are unfamiliar with the show, Diggers stars Tim “Ringy” Saylor and George “KG” Wyant. Both scour the country for relics of lost American history; from battlefields to abandoned mining towns, the explorers and history buffs leave no stone unturned.

In short, KG and Ringy and their metal detectors are allowed entry to some of the most historical places in the country. Both are experts in the field and are skilled at finding the treasure buried under the soil.

This season, KG and Ringy work with local historians and archaeologists to trace the relics back to reveal the stories and legends that could have been. Tonight they explore the old haunts of Butch Cassidy and his buddies – could a found belt buckle have belonged to the Sundance Kid himself? And they travel to Virginia where the duo have exclusive access to James Madison’s estate and birthplace, their nectar could shed new light on the “Father of the Constitution.”

Here's our full conversation with KG and Ringy from Diggers: