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Dennis
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Adventures Into The Unknown!   

Unique Gold Prospecting EBook(R)s, Treasure Guides For Explorers, Treasure Hunters & Prospectors


http://tinyurl.com/2a44j83



 

The Ultimate Guide to Finding Lost Treasure

This is the true grit of all the practical and productive methods of actually how to go about locating caches, coins, gold, silver, relics, artifacts and other highly prized and sought after treasure.


http://tinyurl.com/2elvf5q



 

Gold Miners Guide To Valuable Black Sands   

A gold miners guide to making money from black sands. Don't throw them away!! The most important information you'll ever read. LET ME SHOW YOU HOW TO SAVE AND PROFIT HANDSOMELY FROM ALL YOUR BLACK SANDS CONCENTRATES


http://tinyurl.com/2fh4gvt


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Dennis M. O'Connor

December 5, 2010 at 11:45 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Peter Gill
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Hi Dennis,


Thanks for the links to this great material. The last link seems to be a problem as it takes you to a search engine :roll: Very good reading....

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God Bless

Peter



December 6, 2010 at 11:41 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Dennis
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I will check the last link...thanks

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Dennis M. O'Connor

December 7, 2010 at 8:16 PM Flag Quote & Reply

John
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Interesting. sites. Didnt know books like that existed. The info I have read on this site could be put into a ebook.

December 12, 2010 at 1:07 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Dennis
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We try to put as much information out as possible for everyone....glad you enjoy what we have.

Dennis

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Dennis M. O'Connor

December 12, 2010 at 1:29 AM Flag Quote & Reply

John
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My only regret is I didnt learn sooner how to post on the forums. Like the other day I ran into a great site, it was tlaking about treasure hunting in general and covered some neat stuff. One article about dowsing included increasing your finds by changing your search patteren. I dont dowse, but the patteren worked. But I have lost the link to Dave V's free ebook.

December 13, 2010 at 4:08 PM Flag Quote & Reply

David Peckitt
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hi bud ,this may help you , the e mail is [email protected]  and www.truetreasurebooks.com   the book is free 78 pages so you will need plenty of paper available,       goog luck    dave

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December 14, 2010 at 7:21 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Peter Gill
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Hello my mate :-) thanks for putting that link on the site... It is a very good book, although when it comes to dowsing, I am very skeptical 8) I am not saying that it does not work.... just saying that I personally do not think it works.... The guy says that you must tell the rod to find coins in a field... my question is, how the hell do rods know what coins are ???? Anyway, that is all another topic for future discussion :D 

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God Bless

Peter



December 14, 2010 at 3:51 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Jason Kincade
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I'll have to side with Peter's cautious skepticism, however I've been wrong before...many times!

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Jason Quinten Kincade

August 24, 2011 at 2:14 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Peter Gill
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:D

Jason, so have I..... that is why I said "do not think" stranger things have happened in the past, but must admit I would want to bury a coin, and see if someone could find it with dowsing.

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God Bless

Peter



August 25, 2011 at 12:42 AM Flag Quote & Reply

John
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I see things with new eyes. I look for patterns and how the old folks used to do it. They put the gold there right? But seriuosly, Im a hillbilly even though I now live in the desert. I have seen dowsing done, but never tried it myself. What I came away with the subject is another tool for my aresenal of treasure hunting. It was the search pattern used that I found very helpful, simple things like that have made me find stuff I walked over before. But I dont mean to sell a idea, I do what Im comfortable doing. The knowledge at this one little off the path site is awesome, and I enjoy it much better than the large more advertised sites.

December 5, 2011 at 6:54 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Peter Gill
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Thank John for the great comments. I think in our case as detectorists, the way we search is the most important..... I am also trying to organise my search patterns better. I did detect a piece of property a couple of weeks ago in a systematic cut the lawn way, and last week went over the same piece in all directions and found quite a few new pieces. Just goes to show :) 

Keep posting John, it will make the site even better :D

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God Bless

Peter



December 5, 2011 at 11:21 PM Flag Quote & Reply

John
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Yes I agree a randome pattern usually produces more faster. I dont like doing grids, unless im cleaning a area to do deep detecting. One of the things I got is how they could take a barren field and see what used to be there. Sort of like your Kralls, absolutely awesome.

December 7, 2011 at 3:27 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Peter Gill
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When I was in England in September, I went detecting a field and it was amazing how many finds from different time periods we found. If you keep track of where all the finds were found, you do see a pattern. You can actually see a line where the finds were showing maybe an old pathway or something.

What we did on this field was to search very systematically in lines back and forth, it worked out very well, and we did pretty well.

I did this again 2 weeks ago with another site and found bullet cases and 3 buckles all in an area of around 30 feet square. So it does work.

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God Bless

Peter



December 7, 2011 at 11:34 AM Flag Quote & Reply

John
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Yes the old trails are hard to see, but the packed earth can be found. I always find the best stuff right off the trails. It amazes me how some of my treasure hunting friends pull stuff out of the ground.

December 9, 2011 at 12:05 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Peter Gill
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In the end, it is the research that pays off ;)

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God Bless

Peter



December 11, 2011 at 9:48 AM Flag Quote & Reply

jimmyjjohn
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Would any of y'all that are experienced at Gold Mining Equipment consider taking an apprentice?  I'd like to see if it's something I like doing before I shell out a lot of money on equipment.  Something like I would work with you for a pre-agreed upon amount of time.  All gold that is found is yours.  Basically free labor in exchange for learning.

 

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