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09-09-2014, 10:58 PM
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(This post was last modified: 09-09-2014 11:00 PM by NjNyDigger.)
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How's this for a find! The stuff dreams are made of. We go out looking for a few old coins or relics, and these guys are unearthing galleons!!!


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09-09-2014, 11:18 PM
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RE: Astounding
(This post was last modified: 09-10-2014 03:17 AM by IndianaBones.)
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What an amazing historical find.
i love swinging my detector and digging relics, but it would truly be
an honor to be able to work with one of those groups and make such 
a historical discovery and find. 
i can only imagine how they feel, i get so excited digging what i do.
could you imagine making a find like that.
i cannot wait to see what they recover .
and what a story. the fact that there are stories about seeing white men starving
two years later. basically waiting to die. how sad.
i have a early to mid 1900`s ship beached in the mud behind my home
about a 60 -70 footer but there is no way to get near it due to the oyster beds and jagged rust.
i have been trying to research it with not much luck ...
but nothing as historical as this. prob an old fishing boat. not sure yet.
on low tide you can see the ribs of it 10 feet above the waterline ...
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