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  1. Is there really NO beach area near Miami to detect?

    Thank you for the help!!!
  2. Is there really NO beach area near Miami to detect?

    Here is one link that sounded pretty discouraging. There are others, but I'm not out to prove a point or anything. I'm just looking for a place to go. Florida puts kibosh on sandy treasure hunting - Watchdog.org
  3. Is there really NO beach area near Miami to detect?

    I have foolishly lugged my detector and my son's new detector (Christmas gift) to Florida, thinking I would do the research here about specifically where to go. It seems as if in 2013, they've made it illegal on even the state beaches. My mistake for not figuring this out before arriving here...
  4. Campground in Scotts Mills lets you MD where a payroll stage exploded!

    Scotts Mills, Oregon I have family who lives in Scotts Mills. My son and I go up once a year to visit. I will say that I have definitely seen signs that included "Crooked Finger," up there. Could be a Chief I suppose, but could just be the shape of something. Last year, we stayed overnight...
  5. Hawaiian Treasure vs. The Law

    Thank you, fellow Texan! I appreciate the lava tube idea and native conflict. Very cool. I'll keep Clark's name on hand. The treasure I am proposing for the first season is the Lost Gold of the Peruvian, but I could still visit your concept of native burial sites in the quest. I have an...
  6. Hawaiian Treasure vs. The Law

    Thank you, Stefen! Yes, that's what I'm looking for... the hair standing on end stories:-)
  7. Hawaiian Treasure vs. The Law

    Hi folks! I'm a new member. Been perusing for a while, but decided to sign up because there are some very interesting people here! I have a metal detector and I have loved finding things since the age of 8, when I found a mercury dime on the beach. But professionally, I'm a television writer...
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