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Curse Of The Frozen Gold (History)

Curse Of The Frozen Gold (History) – Starts 26th August

In the same vein as The Curse Of Oak IslandLegend of the Superstition Mountains… 83 more words

2015 Review

Walbrzych, Poland: Legend becomes reality as Polish Minister confirms discovery of armored Nazi train

Earlier this month you may have seen reports of two men who said they were willing to reveal the location of an alleged Nazi gold train if they could strike a deal and get 10% of its valued cargo. 214 more words


Treasure hunter found £2.9 million in gold coins

Treasure hunters have discovered a hoard of Spanish gold coins from the 18th century that are worth around £2.9m. The 350 coins have lied scattered on the Atlantic sea bed off the coast of Florida for the past 300 years. 189 more words

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My First Geocache Adventure

For reasons I cannot yet divulge, I am walking a lot right now…but it’s getting a bit dull walking round and round the block, so, on Sunday I decided to try something different to rack up the step numbers –  I went Geocaching. 662 more words


Some Thoughts on Book Collecting

I woke up this morning thinking about Michael Hurley. If you’ve never heard of him, you are not alone. He was one of the greatest book collectors in the US (He died in the 80’s.) A while back I came across his name and saw a few… 209 more words

Everyday Life

Old pocket watches

During my recent trip to Illinois my sister took me to the Kane County Flea Market.  There were over 1000 vendors there!  I was in junk heaven!   60 more words


Rebel Treasure fifty seventh post

Battered, but determined, Rance has worked his way up to the top of the casement. Crawling to the hole left by the detached cylinder, he peers down into the darkness. 293 more words