“From lost Nazi treasure sunk at the bottom of an Austrian lake, to one of the most expensive brain teasers in history, the Beale ciphers, in this video we are going to dive into or in other cases dig into ten hidden treasures that are still up for grabs.”
“Meet Mel Fisher at his Museum in Key West during Christmas Week, 1995! Learn about the ATOCHA, La Almiranta of the 1622 Spanish Treasure Fleet, Mel’s most spectacular recovery!”
“Mel Fisher, a dreamer, a visionary, a legend and most importantly, the World’s Greatest Treasure Hunter! Mel Fisher did what many have not – he realized his dream during his lifetime. Everyday he insisted, “Today’s the Day”! His mantra continues to inspire the search for the rest of the treasure from the Nuestra Senora de Atocha and the Santa Margarita, the Spanish galleons that sank during a hurricane on September 6, 1622, near Key West, Florida.”
Nazi Plunder: Pursues the rumor of Nazi plunder worth billions and a 30-year old track that could lead to it. So much gold, silver and art is still missing, it must be out there somewhere!
In Search Of… The Lost Dutchman Gold Mine: An investigation into why hundreds of gold hunters have died searching for a lost treasure ever since a Dutch prospector wandered out of Arizona’s Superstition Mountains in the 1860s. Is there really cursed gold hidden there, as Apache lore suggests? Narrated by Leonard Nimoy.
Unsolved Mysteries was a popular and long running TV series in the US that would occasionally cover treasure and treasure related stories, the show was hosted by the legendary Untouchables actor, Robert Stack. Below are two clips from an Unsolved Mysteries episode first aired 1989 telling the strange tale of The Treasure of Victorio Peak, one of the longest running treasure hunts in US history.
Arthur C. Clarke’s Mysterious World has to be one of my favourite TV series of all time. Not a treasure hunting video as such, but all the stone circles and megalithic structures are, without a doubt, some of the UK’s greatest treasures.
Sir Arthur makes some comments at the start of this video about the modern day ‘Pagans’ and ‘Druids’ that a lot of people and policy makers need to heed:
“…these latter day druids have no more right to be there [Stonehenge] than anyone else. Their association with stone circles is the invention of 18th century romantic writers. The druids flourished nearly a thousand years after the completion of Stonehenge, so to confuse them with stone circles is like mixing up the Battle of Britain and the Battle of Hastings. This is one of the few facts we do know about the thousand or so stone circles scattered over the British Isles.” – Sir Arthur C. Clarke speaking on Arthur C. Clarke’s Mysterious World – The Riddle of the Stones.
The Royal Library of Alexandria, or Ancient Library of Alexandria, in Alexandria, Egypt, was the largest and most significant great library of the ancient world. It flourished under the patronage of the Ptolemaic dynasty and functioned as a major center of scholarship from its construction in the 3rd century BC until the Roman conquest of Egypt in 30 BC. The library was conceived and opened either during the reign of Ptolemy I Soter (323–283 BC) or during the reign of his son Ptolemy II (283–246 BC).
The Beale cypher treasure videos:
The Beale treasure vault found? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCEDVrvWkMU
Unsolved Mysteries: The Dutch Schultz Treasure
Anybody think there is any truth to this treasure story, is it just another myth?
Metal Detecting Oregon – Field Test of the Garrett AT Pro
“Demonstrates how to quickly set up the Deus XP in the field then, using the GM Power Program with factory settings, we show the conductivity numbers for several USA coins, and some typical trash targets found in the field. The video concludes with a simple reactivity test by spacing a piece of iron next to a dime.” Video by bayareasearcher
A truly remarkable find from near Hadrian’s Wall – a Roman soldier’s Paterae:
Fisher F70 Metal Detector Manual Part 1
There are some really good, useful metal detecting videos on YouTube!
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery Staffordshire Hoard Exhibition
How significant is the Staffordshire Hoard?
Expert gives opinion on gold hoard
When the TreasureNet forums disappeared a few days ago, all kind of wild rumours circulated the online treasure hunting world, the site had been hacked etc. Marc has now put up a message to tell all his site users what really happened, a hardware failure was responsible, ‘With 99% certainty, the forum server will be online by late Monday, the 29th.’
No hackers or government conspiracies were involved!
Welcome to TreasureHunting.org.uk! Just getting all the odds and sods configured.
Testing, testing, 1, 2.