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    Mar 2019
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    Please Help me ........i need your Help

    hi friends,

    this s Mikko from Finland, i need your help please ! i know many places where there s a gold treasures but the problem as i know is those treasure are about 4 meters deep underground !!

    i have a Makro gold racer and i know it didnt go that deep, so i ask if there s some kind of non expensive detector or some kind kind of gold racer hacking coil can let me detect that deep ?? any solution please ??



    thank you friends

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    Greetings Mikko and welcome to the forum, a 2 box detector something like a Whites TM-808 might do the job.
    I do not know much about these but someone with more experience should chime in.
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    You need a Pulse Induction machine, and a 8' x 8' coil.

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    Mikko....IF you think you have found the gold,HOW are you going to dig it up? You would need a mini excavator...at least! And unless this is ONE HUGE SOLID MASS...smaller gold items won’t be detected by ANYTHING at that depth. More details on your search would be very interesting!
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    Mar 2019
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    nwpa ,Terry Soloman, IDXMonster thanks to you all for the answer, but please i need more explanation and the info about the things i need !!!! IDXMonster i know a place where it can be a treasure not exactley just a gold but it can be silver or anything else, i need something like underground scanner because i know the treasure is deep something 3-6 meter ......that s why i need some more informations how i can get that kind of target !!!!

  6. #6

    Mar 2007
    Salinas, CA
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    Micco2000, "4 meters" is over 16 ft. Or in the case of your 2nd post "3 to 6 meters" is 9 to 19-ish ft. deep. Can I please ask you a question then ? : What is the source of your information that tells you that "gold treasures" (plural) are this deep ? Is it anything beyond the stories/legends that got passed down to you ? If so, I'll bet you dollars to donuts that it's simply a part of the legend(s) as they evolve. It's part & parcel for all good treasure legends to be insanely deep.

    So please tell us the source of your information that gives these types of measurements. If it's simply "the story you're reading/hearing", then .... I would be dismissive of it. Because a treasure is equally hidden whether it's at 1 ft. versus 20 ft. As long as the top is covered and fluffed up, then it's not going to be "hidden better" by burying deeper. Hoards and treasures are found all-the-time that are not necessarily deep.

    And what is the size of these "gold treasures" ? eg.: a mayonnaise jar size ? A toaster-oven size ? A volkswagon size ? Etc.... We need to know that too, before any recommendations can be made.
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  7. #7

    Mar 2019
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    Hi Tom in CA, well it s a really long story but i will try to give all of you some info! the treasure is in my grand mom old house and in the earth there s a old gold coins, silver, the target is a big normal coins ! the treasure is there from the war world 1 AND the target is in old Well and the Well is deep about 3-6 meters friend. now i think you know somthing ! but you make me laugh when you said Volkswagen lol
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  8. #8

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    Might need the cast of Oak island on site for this extraction!
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    You would be better off just doing drill holes and core samples at that depth.

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    You can rent a ground penetrating radar unit from a larger rental store, the kind that construction contractors use. It's pretty inexpensive over here, but reading it would be tricky.

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    That sounds like a great hunt you are on Mikko! If a well is involved,just please be careful and hold onto your tools carefully! And...EVERYBODY laughs when someone says Volkswagen...
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  12. #12

    Mar 2007
    Salinas, CA
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    I don't understand then. If you know it's in an old well, why do you need any detector that goes that deep? Simply dig down where the well was, or is . Eh ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_in_CA View Post
    I don't understand then. If you know it's in an old well, why do you need any detector that goes that deep? Simply dig down where the well was, or is . Eh ?
    That was my thought exactly.
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  14. #14

    Mar 2007
    Salinas, CA
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    If it's a case of "not knowing where the old well was" (d/t perhaps it's capped and grown over now ?) Then figure if the well was lined, you can use a bottle probe to find the casings/sides. Or GPR will show you ground anomolies. Even after 100 yrs. a shaft like a well (or outhouse pit, etc...) will have different soil compaction that shows up on GPR. In which case, you won't need to have detected the treasure itself . Because: Since you've said you "Know", where they are (at the bottom of these wells), then ...... all you gotta do is find the top 1 ft , and dig. right ?
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  15. #15

    Apr 2017
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    Ding Dong Bell, ***** in the well.... according to the nursary rhyme there is a treasure of sorts there already

    On a more serious note - Is there water in the well?
    Is the well filled in?
    Do you know where the well is located?

    chub

 

 
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