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    Dungeon Rock, & The Treasure of Thomas Veal

    Lewistown gazette. [volume] (Lewistown, Pa.), 24 June 1858.


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    https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/l...rRange&page=29

    the only research I Did on this is What you see here.
    I Don't know Lynn Woods rules other then Common Sense, there is some Rules


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    Cool post Jeff!
    Thank you for sharing!

    Mike
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    I've been down in the cavern. It's gated most of the time. Lynn Woods is off limits to detecting as it is a DCR property and they all forbid detecting except at beaches.

    But I know lots of people have detected the woods anyway.

    If the earthquake buried a treasure I doubt any detector would find it. The scale of the rocks are just enourmous.

    Would be amazing if someone did!
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    Dec 2003
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    Thanks for the Info !
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