Like most others have said before, a total waste of time which fails at the very end. Please don't string me along to tell me you ran out of ice cream, that is just stupid.
So how do you go to a place looking for dead people buried in the ground and don't even bring a shovel or metal detector. Then they show how amateurish they are by pointing at nails on trees? Nails that were holding horseshoes and were not even rusted after 55 years and the horseshoe which is 20 times thicker is not even there. Did anyone date the trees? How old were those trees?
Don't bother. Even if 90% of this documentary is true, that 10% that is way out there makes it fail miserably. Thank God this was Prime and didn't have to pay to rent.