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Rumor has it that MILLIONS of dollars worth of South African gold coins were just found in Dale, IN! Construction workers of a new gas station are said to have discovered them while excavating dirt underneath where a nearly 100-year-old bank once stood. More Info: https://duboiscountyherald.com/b/money-under-the-bank-talk-of-treasure-in-dale
A Treasure of gold and silver coins stashed on an Island in middle of a lake in Indiana ! Perhaps worth a million dollars today. Gold Silver coins Outlaw Loot, likely all pre1870 coinage. Just waiting for you to find it. Interesting area, perfect spot for a scavenger hunt vacation, at a site with real potential. ps; Don't tell 'em I sent ya. Million Dollar Treasure Island in Indiana Old West Outlaw Loot! Distance from my home approx; 150 mi. Expedition #2 1997ish; Equipment list Ford E350 van Chevy pick-up w/topper 8 pass pontoon boat 85hp Merc towing 12 ft flat bott boat Fisher 2 box Fisher Aquanaut 3 other various Fisher and an old Whites Gas pwd hole auger chain saw, tree saws axes, machetes, spade, 4 various shovels, other diggers. sifters,...
The Hoosier National Forest provides over 203,000 acres (260 miles of trails and 4 campgrounds) and is the only National Forest in Indiana. Home to the Charles C. Deam Wilderness area (Indiana’s only Congressionally designated area), Brooks Cabin, Hickory Ridge, Fire Tower, Sundance Lake, Pioneer Mothers Memorial Forest, Westley Chapel Gulf, Buffalo, Trace, Hemlock Cliffs, The Lick Creek African American Settlement, Rickenbaugh House, and Buzzard Roost. www.fs.usda.gov/hoosier
A hidden bike route in Fayette County Indiana
Many of you have been requesting this for a long time. Oh, and I think this is our first official Nicholas Cage movie, so... plenty of reasons to bring you Everything Wrong With National Treasure. Is it a fun movie? Yeah, for most. Is it full of sins? Hell yeah it is! Check out our pal Bobby Burns' channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/BobbyBurnsOfficial Next week: Disaster sins & animated sins. Remember, no movie is without sin. Which movie's sins do YOU want to see recounted? Tweet us: http://twitter.com/cinemasins Tumble us: http://cinema-sins.tumblr.com Call us: 405-459-7466 Reddit with us: http://reddit.com/r/cinemasins
The war in Europe ends but a new adventure begins for Indy when a mysterious man's dying words, "The eye of the peacock!" send him and Remy on a thrilling treasure hunt for one of Alexander the Great's most treasured possessions. Pursued by a dangerous one-eyed man, Indy follows the trail of the diamond from London to Alexandria to the South Seas where he has a run-in with a murderous band of Chinese pirates. The shipboard battle that ensues is a spectacular display of swords, guns and flying fists. Marooned by the pirates on a remote desert island, Indy is captured by savage headhunters, but before they can turn him into a shrunken head and cannibal stew, he is rescued by anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski and makes a life-altering decision.
Having a bit of fun with some tiny digging tools and hunting what is buried in the yellow sand.
First look into a.c origins I start off in a huge tomb full of treasures.
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In this fine production by One Camera Studios, Indiana VanJones seeks a stolen treasure, hidden deep in the Penn'sWoods. I had a silly idea for a short video, but when I got on location I quickly changed my mind. Yes, the other one was even sillier. I hope you like it. I sure had fun making it. The name VanJones came to me while driving to the location where all the "action" took place. If you guys and gals...or should I say, ladies and gentlemen like this video, then please let me know. I'll concoct more adventures for Indiana VanJones.
This video is about "The Legend of the Lost Indian Treasure", a documentary we're creating in southern Indiana. It's a story that my Great Grandmother told my Mother, and my Mother told to me, about how Native Americans hid a vast treasure, and their dead Indian Chiefs, in a cave, sealed by a large rock. Local history in Charlestown, Indiana confirms that Indians were using crude silver ingots to purchase milled grains from John Work. Before they left the area, they took him on horseback, blindfolded, and showed him their immense treasure, hidden in a remote southern Indiana cave. This documentary follows the stories, the places they happened, and finds real evidence of both Native American presence and the clues they left behind.