Our core team consists of lifelong friends and home grown Alaskans. We also bring in many experts to further our research on the projects.
Founder & Lead Researcher
Founder & Project Manager
Sam is a lifelong Alaskan. He grew up with a passion for the outdoors, especially gold mining. He is an amateur gold miner, metal detects, and spends his spare time researching lost treasures. He is currently going to school for his Bachelors of Geo Sciences.
Bob is another lifelong Alaskan. He has an overwhelming knowledge of Alaska and the environment it holds. He is a registered engineer in Alaska, he is a Certified Inshore Hydrographer, he is in the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, and has owned is own consulting, permitting, and environmental and engineering services company for the last 20 years. He has a B.S. and M.S. of civil engineering. The list goes on and on for Bob.
Jacques has always had a passion for treasure. Every time he goes on a road trip, he grabs some dirt from every stream or river he crosses and takes it home with him to pan out and search for gold. The mining industry has been in his family for generations. Jacques is the go-to guy for contacting more experts and finding the right piece of equipment for the job. He's the links that hold the chain together.
Chad has always had a passion for the unknown. In middle school, he read the Oak Island Mystery and was hooked ever since. He spent some time as a Paranormal/UFO/Cryptid investigator and have worked with a few TV shows. Recently, he switched his focus back to Treasure Hunting, his first passion. Chad has always enjoyed researching the history and clues surrounding these stories. He has now decided to start investigating and solving some of these lost stories and hopefully uncover lost treasures! He read this quote once “The true secret to the unknown is in the looking, not the finding. The journey is what matters!” and has since based his own journey upon this.
Michael "Foxy" Fox
A new age renaissance man. In fields from carpentry to mechanics, bar tending to circuit board production, graphic design to sound engineering. Foxy is eager to research & hunt down lost relics and ready to hit the road, trail, and waters for more to discover. Foxy is a whiz with computers and technology, which makes him a king of researching.
Along with our core team, we also have experts that we reach out to for assistance on some of our projects.
Charles Ottar Mobley
Charles Ottar Mobley was born and raised in Alaska by two archaeologists. He spent his childhood traveling around the state, moving from one archaeological project to the next, living in remote field camps and dry cabins. Ottar attended college in Mississippi earning a B.S. in Sociology and Anthropology, while working on archaeological projects in the American south and on Mayan ruins in the Yucatan. He attended graduate school in England, earning a Masters degree while studying Viking archaeology. For the last 15 years Ottar has been conducting archaeological projects all over Alaska with a focus in gold rush era mining.