by mark odell



..usually the rain makes the earth more digable and tender..but after the storm the earth was still parched. The old stump i discovered next to an old foundation pointstarted the hunt.... The signal was 75% good around the stump and after 45 minutes i found the jars of old silver dollars and jewelry and old marbles.The jars were opened at my home and the conditions were superb-1896-1921 silver dollars!!48 all together and the jewelery was three rings-red stones-Rubies ? im not sure yet and the old kid marbles 98 of them in pristine condition...the point being is that after research on this property by the internet-the old maps here in Tysonville,Texas. revealed old Ghost town locations-just add detector and gatorade and you will find somthing of value after tracing the old roads and following maps!!I did and you must research and GO FIND TREASURE_Good luck and i enjoy the web-page -keep hunting!mark odell-Scottsville,texas.


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Jun 30, 2011
GREAT Story!
by: Frank

Hi Mark, what a great story. Nice find! Goes to show people that the treasures are out there.

Thanks again,

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