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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
5 Amazing Treasures Discovered By Accident! Description: Those people you see combing the beach with metal detectors, or guesting on Antique Roadshow, may claim to have an interest in old coins or collectibles. Let's face it though - they're secretly hoping to get rich. But ancient treasure and rare valuables are found through sheer accident or happenstance as often as they are dug up, traded or bartered for. Here are 5 of the most incredible treasures ever discovered by accident. Let's begin! #5 - E.T. - Enter Terrestrial Attempting to capitalize on the popularity of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial in 1982, Atari released a companion video game for the twenty six hundred console late that year. But it would go down in history as one of the worst video games of all time, with ridiculous ...
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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.
Last weekend Matt and I took a trip down to Indianapolis, Indiana where we visited the most beautiful town called Carmel, Indiana. Then later that night, we saw the most amazing band 2Cellos. The next day, we went downtown Indy and paddle boated on the Canal. Went to the Circle Center Mall and also visited the beautiful Indiana Art Museum where we also saw the Lilly House which was GORGEOUS. We also went to Rocket Fizz where we picked up some unique old styled pops, yum! We then saw Dunkirk at my first IMAX later that night. What an amazing trip, thank you indiana. ⇛ QUESTION OF THE DAY ⇚ What is your favorite city? Don't forget to subscribe, like and comment down below! Twitter: @thehayleysofar / @hmoorephoto Instagram: @thehayleysofar / @hmoorephoto FOLLOW ME EVERYDAY AND SUBSCRIBE ...
A hidden bike route in Fayette County Indiana
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.
The Hidden Treasure Detective, the Rev. Kenny, finds a cool, Indiana Dunes painting amongst the piles of stuff while hunting through Ed Campion's Full Circle junk yard and Emporium in the Pines, Indiana, 03/19/2009.
I went to the Show on my birthday, I meet a lot of super nice people! Especially the ladies from North Carolina, I got to talk with Mike Pung (Gold Cube) for a while, and a chapter from Greensburg, Indiana only 30 miles away from where I live! Now all we need to do is get the Gold Rush Nugget Bucket to get a booth next year and show off what they have!