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Treasure Hunters The Mystery of Pitt Lakes Lost Gold Mine

The Mystery of Pitt Lakes Lost Gold Mine also known as Slumachs Lost Mine or Lost Creek Mine in British Columbia, Canada – wikipedia org Pitt Lakes Lost Gold Mine

Lost City Colombia Travel Video

Ciudad Perdida video or “Lost City” is the archaeological site of an ancient city in Sierra Nevada, Colombia. It is believed to have been founded about 800 AD, some 650 years earlier than Machu Picchu. This location is also known as Buritaca and the Native Americans call it Teyuna.

Ciudad Perdida was “found” in 1972, when a group of local treasure looters found a series of stone steps rising up the mountainside and followed them to an abandoned city which they named “Green Hell” or “Wide Set”. When gold figurines and ceramic urns from this city began to appear in the local black market, archaeologists headed by the director of the Instituto Colombiano de Antropologia reach the site in 1976 and completed reconstruction between 1976-1982.

Members of local tribes—the Arhuaco, the Koguis and the Asario—have stated that they visited the site regularly before it was widely discovered, but had kept quiet about it. They call the city Teyuna and believe it was the heart of a network of villages inhabited by their forebears, the Tairona. Ciudad Perdida was probably the region’s political and manufacturing center on the Buritaca River and may have housed 2,000 to 8,000 people. It was apparently abandoned during the Spanish conquest.

Ciudad Perdida consists of a series of 169 terraces carved into the mountainside, a net of tiled roads and several small circular plazas. The entrance can only be accessed by a climb up some 1,200 stone steps through dense jungle.

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Treasure Hunters Find Sunken Drake Ships Say They Are Close To Finding Sir Francis Drakes Grave – Call Russ at RB Detectors 702-987-1332

Pat Croce, the former president of the of the Philadelphia 76’ers basketball team and self confessed pirate buff, believes that his team of international explorers from the likes of Britain, Panama, Australia, France, Scotland, and Columbia are close to locating the watery grave of the British Naval hero, Sir Francis Drake.

Croce financed the expedition to the coast off Panama in order to hopefully locate the final resting place of Drake. The team is equipped with some of the most sophisticated equipment available and has located the ships, Elizabeth and Delight. They believe Drake’s lead lined coffin to be nearby. Croce said “It’s truly a needle in a haystack, but so were the ships. We found them within a week. We just haven’t found him – yet.” Croce continued “Explorers have been trying to do this stuff forever, and here I am, a homeboy from Philadelphia in the Caribbean and we score! It’s pretty wild.” Speaking about the ships, Croce said there was no treasure on board as they were stripped prior to being scuttled by the crew.

Sir Francis Drake died from dysentery at the age of 55. He was buried at sea in a lead lined coffin, wearing his full set of armor. Drake is considered a British Naval hero, having lead the English Navy to victory over Spanish Armada in 1588. Drake was also the first Englishman to circumnavigate globe.

James Sinclair a marine archeologist said “We’ve really, I feel, hit a home run here with what we found with Pat.” Sinclair added “Finding ship structures from that time period in this temperature water with the type of organisms that exist is a treasure in itself.”

I found the information for this video at Mail online, the author is Paul Thompson and you can find a link to it on my blog at

If you come across some interesting treasure or archeology news or have an interesting find of your own let me know about it. You can email me at or, there is a link to my email on my blog.

Well, that’s all I have for now. As Always, take care and happy hunting. Bye!

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This woman shares her testimony of being relieved of pain as a result of prayers during a Treasure Hunt outing.
The Treasure Hunt is a Christian Group. We meet a few times each week to pray and ask God the following questions:
Where do You want us to Go?
What is the appearance of the people You want us to pray for?
What are their prayer needs?
What are their names?
Is there anything else You want us to know?
After asking these questions, we write down the answers that come to our minds. What we each write down becomes our personal “treasure map”.
Then we go out in groups and find the people He has sent us to.
This process allows us to see how clearly and how accurately God speaks to us.
Come with us and be AMAZED at what God does.
The people in these groups come from many different churches and many different denominations.
They range from 7 year old children who are just beginning to learn about God to full time Pastors and Missionaries.
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