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  1. #1
    ph
    Jun 2012
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    Cool Cache hunting pictures/drawings/signs/markers/soil layers

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    Detailed presentation of cache hunting activity in my island in bohol, philippines.

    This is very useful to would be treasure hunters...


    Be safe guys,

    (password) margaha

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    us
    Aug 2009
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    Margaha, really interesting dig. i would'nt think that the **** did all that digging just for fun.

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    us
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10claw View Post
    Margaha, really interesting dig. i would'nt think that the **** did all that digging just for fun.
    please pahdun my ruff tungue. to be politically correct, i spose i shud'a sed '' japanese''.

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    ph
    Jun 2012
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    It was just a small island 10claw... it is really possible for them to dug the entire island. They may have thousands of POWs to do it for them.

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    ph
    Oct 2011
    Fisher Gemini III, tesoro diablo micromax
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    Margaha,
    Anugon jud kaayo! The man who had in his possession a significant number of japanese treasure maps of Bohol died of terminal liver cancer more than 20 years ago. He burned them all saying "walay makakupot ug makapahimulos niini!" (Nobody will get hold and benefit from these (maps)!). How did I know?---he was my wife's uncle-- a decorated World War 2 and Korean War veteran and a former top intelligence officer with rank of general during the Marcos dictatorship years.

    Tabu

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    ph
    Jun 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by tabu View Post
    Margaha,
    Anugon jud kaayo! The man who had in his possession a significant number of japanese treasure maps of Bohol died of terminal liver cancer more than 20 years ago. He burned them all saying "walay makakupot ug makapahimulos niini!" (Nobody will get hold and benefit from these (maps)!). How did I know?---he was my wife's uncle-- a decorated World War 2 and Korean War veteran and a former top intelligence officer with rank of general during the Marcos dictatorship years.

    Tabu
    That's quite a story there Tabu... The guy who lured me to these diggings has the maps of minor sites in the entire Philippines if not all. He already recovered some of them but I wonder why he never stopped. My island was 1 site in his map but he never ever told me until I told him that I hired somebody else to scan the area. He said that these maps were given by ****.

  7. #7
    ph
    Jun 2012
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    Are you from Bohol Tabu?

  8. #8
    ph
    Oct 2011
    Fisher Gemini III, tesoro diablo micromax
    41
    4 times
    Cache Hunting
    Hi Margaha,

    I'm not from the beautiful island paradise of Bohol. The late gentleman that I spoke of was a true blue paisano of Dagohoy, the warrior hero of the island. Seems from my hazy recollection of what he mentioned offhand a long time ago, the stashes were inland as well as in the surrounding coastal waters. Best to ask the Japanese who bankrolled the construction of the modern circumferential highway around the island (simultaneous with " archaeological" recovery expeditions--??!--). Unsolicited advice: be always aware that the wartime Japanese military were experts par excellence in creating a whole system of false or misleading signs that were incredibly believable to unsuspecting treasure hunters. I'm confident you won't be misled as you possess the right perspective and oveview. Good hunting!

    Tabu

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    ph
    Jun 2012
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    Excellent information Tabu... I know of the fact that the Japanese actually made that strategy to recover their loots.

  10. #10
    ph
    Oct 2011
    Fisher Gemini III, tesoro diablo micromax
    41
    4 times
    Cache Hunting
    Margaha,

    I have the feeling you are one of the select few who will solve the mystery of where the Yamashita treasure trove is hidden in Bohol--- or what remains of it. Again, good luck!

    Tabu

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    ph
    Jun 2012
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    I don't know... It was by mere coincidence and luck that I bought that Island in very good payment terms. I already invested more than a million pesos to develop that area but I failed to harvest prawns in that fishpond for two consecutive runs. That's one reason why I got into digging the island. If not for those failures, I wouldn't dare to move a dirt on that small island because it is really beautiful.
    Last edited by margaha; Jun 27, 2012 at 11:22 AM.

  12. #12
    ph
    Oct 2011
    Fisher Gemini III, tesoro diablo micromax
    41
    4 times
    Cache Hunting
    Margaha,

    Everything has reason fo being. Nobody but no nobody gets to be so lucky as to own an island as you do, prawns or no prawns! The Tiger of Malaya would surely be rolling in his grave seeing you enjoying a plateful of Tiger Prawn tempura under shade of a coconut tree in your treasure of an island in Bohol, Philippines..

    Tabu

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    ph
    Jun 2012
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    If a rainbow is a sign, then I am the luckiest guy on the planet. I was at the end of that rainbow it was thick, so new yet so far. As they say, at the end of the rainbow there is a pot of gold. Maybe it is also a coincidence that rainbow where its colors stood out is a suspected site also.

  14. #14
    ph
    Oct 2011
    Fisher Gemini III, tesoro diablo micromax
    41
    4 times
    Cache Hunting
    Margaha,

    In your rainbow picture there is a coastal landmass across the sea. If your island or islet is part of or within a cluster of islands which is not unusual in the Central Visayan province of Bohol, perhaps the triangulation points of the treasure burial spot are easily identifiable landmarks in the neighboring islands surrounding it. Pack your picnic lunch. But don't forget to bring along a binocular, a NAMRIA topo map and a Coast Guard nautical chart of the area. And of course, a surveyor's compass or better still a theodolite. Or you can scan the spot at the end of the rainbow with a 2-box..

    Tabu

  15. #15
    ph
    Jun 2012
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    You seem very familiar with this hobby tabu... got any stories to share about YamTH? I can sense you have already recovered something. am I right?

 

 
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