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« Reply #10 on: April 09, 2011, 04:54:00 am »
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Many years ago, I found the best information to give to anyone is stuff that has already been played out. You know that puzzle piece that would not fit but looks like it should right there. Everyone takes turn hammering that flimsey piece of cardboard until it kinda sorta fits. People have been looking for this treasury before I was born and tey will be looking for it long after I am gone. That is why I like to research lot of reading and some foot work involved that ends in an educated guess.

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« Reply #11 on: May 08, 2011, 03:53:02 pm »
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Hello Everyone,
                     Sorry I havnt been here to answer any questions, but we all know
how much illness can be a pain in the butt! However I'm back & glad to be here I might add. Anyway, what I hate is when someone finds something, and then someone comes along and then tries to claim what they think may be thiers or dor what ever reason! Which really ticks me off! If items that are found that were
stolen well I can Understand that. If a ship is from another country and it sinks
in US Waters, in my humble opinion it should belong to the person or persons
that found the treasure.
                     The best advise I can give is if you find something of significant
value. First off Document the find when, where, time, witness's if any, not only
written documentation but pictures as well ( make sure the time & date stamp is
correct- If its not, this can work against you!) And First & Foremost, Don't tell a damm soul, unless of course you are selling it to a collector. As far as myself
I have hunted with friends and its something between us that if we were to make a great find we use our resourses together & sell it and split it. after expenses of course. And If your alone,,Well You know in your own circles who you could trust....Best Wishes & Happy Hunting ,,,,,Rob

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« Reply #13 on: December 01, 2011, 07:27:30 pm »
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Great conversation about KGC, war treasures, and government attempts to confiscate everything!  I've been enjoying and learning.  Thanks!

Rob:  Good to have you  back!  I've been wondering about you and how you have been doing.  Hope everything is on the mend and you are doing good now!  Take care of yourself and look forward to your posts.    Detecting

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Government can not give anything to anyone...  without first taking it from someone else!

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