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Long Range Locator Treasure and Mines

Long Range Locator Treasure is found in an eleven hundred acre ranch, a pre-Revolutionary gold mine found from the top of a mountain, one ounce gold coin found 450 feet away. The owners of these “found” targets had looked with every conventional means and failed to find anything. They believe in our Long Range Locator now.

Delbert led us through the mountains for an hour and a half. Finally we parked on the summit of a mountain at a small family cemetery. “All I can tell you is that the mine my great grandfather (eight generations ago) owned was in that drainage in front of us.” Delbert pointed 180 degrees below us.

While the Long Range Locator saturated the area, Delbert continued to give us a history lesson on his granddad. Before the American Revolution, Tom (the great grandad), had found this gold mine, filed with King George, and received a land patent for 60,000 acres. For years Tom had worked the mine, gave the King his share, and become the wealthiest man in the area. The Revolution came along and Tom supported his interest by fighting for England. Tom wasn’t very popular with his neighbors. England lost, Tom lost his land patent and the mine. Tom decided to blow the mine shut and conceal it rather than have the colonist profit from his find and forfeiture. Tom’s family was never told exactly where the mine was. However, each successive generation retold the story of the “Lost King George Mine” and tried to find it.

The Long Range Locator finds treasure but has the capabilities of finding natural ore deposits too. Delbert agreed that the direction the Long Range Locator pointed was in the general direction of the right “drainage”, but there was no way any ‘lectronics’ would find what he and his family had searched for over the last 235 years!

We drove back down the mountain and around to a faint trail that followed the creek in the bottom, checking as we went that we had not passed the mine. Delbert announced that when we found the right spot that there would be a huge boulder opposite the mine with carvings on the uphill side. The Long Range Locator pinpointed the mine. Delbert bailed out of the SUV, scampered up the hill away from the mine. We walked in the direction of the mine which looked very much like all the rest of the hillside just above the creek. Delbert screeched, “ITS HERE, ITS HERE, everything our family had been told is carved on the boulder!”

Shovels tore at the face of the hill and within 30 minutes 2 narrow rails appeared at our feet. Five feet in we found a shovel and darkness fell on us. The conversations were bouncing like monkeys inside a wire cage. Delbert grew quiet and one by one we could feel his melancholy. James suddenly broke into the quiet, “Delbert, whats eatin’ you, we found the mine didn’t we?”

Delbert looked up from his lap with moist eyes, “If only my Dad could have seen this day, he searched all his life and couldn’t find that mine!” “I guess I’m goin ta have ta start believin in ‘lectronics’ cause you did it, you found it!” he grinned.

A new claim has been filed on the old pre-Revolutionary gold mine. The Long Range Locator, (also known as Long Range detector [click to read]), once again has had a successful find. If you have a lost mine, treasure or cache that has eluded you, give us a call for free consultation or email us (use the form below) and we will be happy to assist you. phone 480 463 7464

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