THE BIG NEWS (As My Facebook Friends, You're Hearing it First)
Well ...... It's official. I was selected to take part in a movie about a treasure created by th...e Lewistown Narrows Train Robbery of 1909. The producer Matthew Gaynor is an award winning producer. He will be releasing this as a full feature length movie at a renown film festival. I'm well versed in this treasure story, have been to the Lewistown Narrows and I only hope that I can do well for him. My filming will take place in early March. I'll try my best not to let anyone down! I'll be sure to let everyone know where and when they can see it whenever these details are available.
H.Charles Beil Examines the Mystery of 'screaming Egyptian mummy'
The "Screaming Mummy" mystery from ancient Egypt has baffled experts for years but the secret ...behind the horrifying remains has finally been resolved.
When archaeologists first uncovered the mummified body they were surprised to find the face of the long-dead Egyptian distorted in anguish, appearing to be silently screaming.
Over the years various theories had been aired in an attempt to reveal who the man was and why he seemed to have died in agony.
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The discovery of Tutankhamun in color pictures, 1922
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FACT # 87 LEON TRABUCO'S GOLD
In 1933, Leon Trabuco was a Mexican millionaire. He believed he could use the Great Depression of the United States to increase hi...s fortune. Convinced the United States would soon devalue the dollar and that gold prices would skyrocket, Trabuco and four other men bought up much of Mexico's gold reserves to resell in the United States when the price went up. 16 tons of gold in all
They flew the gold into New Mexico and buried it. The following year the U.S. government made it illegal to own gold and Trabuco and others were eventually arrested and he died in prison
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6 Incredible Treasures Found with a Metal Detector!
You just never know what these modern-day treasure hunters might discover. With that in mind, I rounded up s...ome of the more significant finds that should have everyone thinking that maybe it’s time to get a metal detector after all.
A 1 Trillion Dollar Treasure is Found!
Like all hidden treasure stories, Kerala’s Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple has been a fascination in India for many years, a...nd one shrouded in mystery and fear. Two enormous Cobras are rumored to be protecting the innermost hidden chamber. To make matters worse, legend has it that anyone who opens the vault will be met with disastrous results.
How Do I Find Soooo Many Ghost Towns?
People are always asking me how I find so many ghost towns. I have a "secret" technique that I use called remote survey. I...t helps me to locate new metal detecting sites that haven't been seen in hundreds of years. And it just got a lot better!!!
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Rare, 2,700-year-old clay seal discovered in Jerusalem
Israeli archaeologists made a rare discovery in the Western Wall Plaza, unearthing a 2,700-year-old clay ...seal impression that experts say belonged to a biblical governor of Jerusalem.
The Secret City of Paititi
Lost City and Gold of Paititi
Incan gold & artifacts, gold bars, jewellery, etc.
Most people have heard the story of El Dorado, a city full of gold lost somewhere in the rainforests of South America. In fact, El Dorado is actually a legend about a Muisca Chieftain (the Golden One) who would cover himself with gold dust before certain religious ceremonies. The real City of Gold is Paititi. In brief, the Spanish had been at war with the Incas of Peru for nearly forty years and the Incas had retreated to Vilcabamba Valley where they held off the invaders until 1572. When the Spanish conquered the Incas they found the city largely deserted. It appeared as if the Incas had fled to a new location in the rainforests of southern Brazil taking their vast treasure of gold with them. The new city was never found nor was the gold and eventually the story was relegated to the status of a myth.
However, in 2009 satellite photos of deforested areas of the Boco do Acre region of Brazil have revealed that there were once vast settlements. These can be clearly seen on Google Earth and have forced historians and archaeologists to review their thinking. It now seems possible once again that Paititi really did exist and hidden within it is a potential hoard of lost Inca gold.