Bill’s Story For 19 years, Bill Eberlein spends his days 40-60 feet deep in Savannah’s rivers and the Intracoastal Waterway, blindly digging through mud in search of what’s left of the elusive Megalodons—their fossilized Megalodon Teeth. Eberlein was raised in Erie, Penn. Growing up, his parents always took him […]
Several years ago Shelton Polka from Savannah College of Art and Design made a short film about my diving adventures for his senior project. Congrats to Shelton for winning an award for our “Megateeth” film at the Skidaway Film Festival in Savannah!
Click the photo below to view the video. The Smithsonian Channel sent a crew from Blink Productions to film one of my dives for their special Top Ten Deadliest Beasts. Their was a lot more to the show which can be seen here https://www.smithsonianchannel.com/shows/top-ten-deadliest-beasts/0/3462226 or on the Smithsonian Channel. This […]
We were interviewed on WTOC TV Today. Click the link below to see the story. http://www.wtoc.com/story/31797398/local-diver-finds-giant-mastodon-jaw/ SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) – A local diver happened upon something pretty amazing in the rivers of Coastal Georgia on Thursday – a Mastodon jaw! Bill Eberlein tells us he was doing his normal dive […]
Bill Eberlein: Fossil Diver When Changing Careers Means Changing Atmospheres by Carrie Hirsch On the fast track to success in the corporate world, Bill Eberlein earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Economics from Penn State University, worked as an accountant and later migrated into the field of […]