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  1. #16
    us
    Dowsing Master, instructor

    Jul 2005
    Michigan
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    I used to subscribe to the Mining journal in the early 2000's. Always checked out the classifieds. I remember seeing the O'Brian mine go up for sale. Then a year or two later the couple that bought it had a front page pic of tables stacked with Gold bars. They scraped the surface in front of the mine with a dozen and discovered basically solid Gold. That mine is close to this. Does anyone remember that artical. How cool was that..

  2. #17
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    TunaTonker

    Nov 2016
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    Quote Originally Posted by dowser View Post
    I spotted the hidden entrance, rocks piled up concealing a 4 ft opening. Didnt have any camera nor flashlight nor gloves, was just out observing. Cactus needles prevented me from crawl entry. And it was a sunny day, we couldn't see 2 ft in even shading our eyes. Planned on returning, when I did I had lost it. I refound it on google earth years later.
    A lot of the mines i've come across have covered entrances. It wasn't uncommon for mining companies to backfill the entrances for safety reasons. Many have holes from people who came along later and uncovered small holes to go inside and check them out. Also, many of the mines i come across have their entrances partly covered from falling rock and erosion above.

    Put together a team and make a road trip and document it and we'll be excited to see the results!
    Resident De-Bunker. I'm blunt because I don't have time to indulge your fantasies. Treasure is found down here on Earth, not on Google Earth.

  3. #18
    us
    Dowsing Master, instructor

    Jul 2005
    Michigan
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    Does anyone have any info on this? Just past fools canyon, Hassayampa. 130 long and 40 feet wide.
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  4. #19
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    Dowsing Master, instructor

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    Not sure how its mine related, there is mines close by. Look at the trail cut into the side if the mtn. Maybe a fort?
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  5. #20
    au
    Sep 2004
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    Hi Following the original miner looming digs to primary ore deposit is how you find a gold mine not with bits of wire . That's a load of fantasy TP

 

 
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