Any truth to the story?

Apr 11, 2013
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The man who owned the property before my parents said when he was younger,back in the 1920's, he would get silver dollars from his grandfather , then bury them. by the time he was older he no longer remembered where he buried them.Not sure if there was only one burial place or more. So i was hoping if any of you out there can point me in the right direction.
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hello,Dowsing revealed an attraction to silver coins in the areas of the blue circles. 2 small caches in the area of the blue rectangle. U.S. paper money in the area of the white rectangle...possibly in the walls or below floor/ground level.Thanks for posting your picture,Jon
 

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