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« on: July 27, 2009, 06:15:10 pm »
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Indialantic treasure hunter, wife depict high-sea adventures in new books (Florida Today)


Indialantic treasure hunter Robert Marx says you can't believe everything a treasure hunter -- or a reporter -- says. "Every wreck found is called the richest wreck ever lost," he says in the office of Seven Seas Search and Salvage.


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