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    what is it?

    What is it?
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    Diggin up TEXAS!

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    a rock? Do you have ANY description on size, where found, material, ANYTHING??

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    DEPLORABLE

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    I found a rock once,,
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    Hash?

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    He then explained to me that it was commonly believed that on a certain night of the year…
    a blue flame is seen over any place where treasure has been concealed.

    From: Bram Stoker’s "Dracula"


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    Pumice.

    I see the little bubbles in it, but it does sorta look like hash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCMatt View Post
    Hash?

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    hahahahaha +1

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    steve andermatt

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    A weathered road apple.
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    back of the boat

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    Ben from NH, the Z means nothing

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    Welcome to TreasureNet!
    When rotated 90 degrees clockwise, I think I see some lettering (but may be just imagining things, again).
    But more details will help, starting with the size.
    Last edited by nhbenz; Jan 03, 2018 at 08:27 AM.
    Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain

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    The Jesuits probably left it to mark the treasure spot. Just kidding --- sorta, kinda, looks like agate, except for all the holes.
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    Due to the high price of ammunition there will be no warning shot.

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    Sorry Honey, I can’t. I’ve got plans with my metal detector.

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    I invite you to visit my profile, look what I've found!

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    Jim

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    I found a small rock similar to that. Mine's a fossil piece of sponge or coral, your's looks like coral but not fossilized. Put it in a ultrasonic cleaner and if it falls apart it's modern if not it could be fossil. Over the years I've hunted around in the bottom of a lot of creeks and streams and have dug-up the occasional fossil or two....

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    I can ID that in one clue. Okay where's the one clue? Was it metal detected or did you need a prescription to purchase it? Are you sure you want to know? Can you handle the truth? Show a little enthusiasm.
    In case you are a kid I will guess coprolite so at least one of us learns something.

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    A horse apple after the horse ate Solved
    Last edited by A2coins; Jan 03, 2018 at 09:33 PM.
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    This is an addiction!!! There is no cure!!! And it only gets worse!!!!! KEEP PLUGGIN AWAY!!!!!!!!!!

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    Tommy

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    Welcome to tnet were just kiddin around!!!! Looks like a rock ordinary rock
    This is an addiction!!! There is no cure!!! And it only gets worse!!!!! KEEP PLUGGIN AWAY!!!!!!!!!!

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    steve andermatt

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    All kidding aside it looks like it might be some cement that has tumbled in a river possibly, I can see sand crystals in it when I magnified the picture.
    back of the boat

 

 
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