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Long Range Detector does it Work?

Tuesday, October 04th, 2011

Long Range Detector that works is the dream of every treasure hunter and prospector.

The question is do they work? There are numerous long range detectors for gold and silver as well as for other non-ferrous metals. Some long range detectors from Germany, South America and a lot from USA claim their hand held long range detectors are the best or their antenna driven model is superb, and still others claim that their computer gizmo long range detectors reigns supreme when it comes to finding the elusive hidden treasure. Most are expensive and do not work!

1.) Our Long Range Detector for Gold, silver and other valuables has been perfected for over twenty years and proven every time it goes into the field. The doubt of its ability is human nature but the proving of its ability to find known hidden treasure usually happens every time we go into the field: Jimmy, Ronnie, Bud and Matt crowded into the suburban with me as we went from one target to another, “lets go to Matt’s farm!” was heard from the back seat.

I didn’t know Matt was in the back seat as we hadn’t been introduced. Upon arrival I asked where they wanted me to set up? “The driveway is fine.” Jimmy replied.

“There is no gold here.” I announced.

“Try silver”. Matt retorted.

Selecting the silver mode, I discovered two silver targets. “There is a silver target over 35 pounds over in the direction of that tree and another over by the barn, do you want me to walk it out and show where it is?

Four men in unison hollered, “NO!”

After realizing that our

Long Range Detector had been tested and passed with perfect accuracy,

the men told me that the two caches of silver had been buried eight years ago.

2.) Brian was proud when he told me his non-ferrous coins were buried in amongst a concrete foundation. The Long Range Detector took less than a minute to disregard the rebar and cement and home in on the coins. “How can I hide from your machine?” he exclaimed.

3.) Randy and Roy had bought the property from a Y2Ker who had used a lot of drugs and probably forgot some of the buried provisions. “We want to see if you can find what we have buried before we have you look for what he has left!”

Once again the “testing” of the machine and operator begins. As each secreted cache was revealed the chagrin of the two men was manifested. “If it has been in the ground 12 months the Long Range Detector will find it!” I announced.

4.) Milford had a business on the edge of town and needed to stop before we went to the field to find a 200 year old lost gold treasure. After a few minutes he came back to the truck with a sheepish grin and asked if the Long Range Detector could locate his diamonds that he had hid in his shop several years prior. The Long Range Detector was set up in the alley behind the shop and seconds later I walked through the back door and into the office at the rear of his store. “The diamonds are in this filing cabinet, and lets see, oh yeah, there are more behind this wall.” he stood there with he mouth agape, speechless.

5.) Wade’s grandad had hidden cash, (paper currency) in a buried glass jar. The buried money in a mason jar had not been found since grandad passed away. He had buried coins in canning jars too, but no one was sure if they had retrieved them or not. The money buried in glass jars had zinc lids and were oxidized but integrally intact. The money was dry but buried four feet deep. Although no coins in mason jars were found, the Long Range Detector ended 18 years of searching for Wade’s buried money in glass jars hidden by his grandad.

6.) Ed pulled into the ranch gate and stopped short of the ranch house by 500 yards. “I want to see if your Long Range Detector is worth a pinch of powdered owl droppings!” he exclaimed. “Lets see if you find anything from here!” he retorted.

I went through the setting for silver and found nothing, Ed grinned. I set the Long Range Detector for paper currency, and found no hint of cash, Ed was stern. Gold was last and immediately pointed in the direction of the corral. I walked to the pole gate and announced that he had his gold buried at 4 feet deep on the Northeast side of the horse corral, as I drew the “X” on the ground. Ed spit tobacco, coughed and confirmed “You’re right on the money, now I guess I gotta hide it again!”

Everyone wants to know if the Long Range Detector really works. After finding dozens of known “tests”, we feel confident that the Long Range Detector is very accurate, reliable and will find whatever you are looking for.

7.) Sally was almost eighty, full of wisdom and hesitant to believe in “swizzle sticks and ‘lectronics”. “Sonny, come take a ride with me.” Sally commanded. Sally drove from her home, downtown and parked behind a commercial building. “Now show me!” she exclaimed. “I want to see if you can fool an ole lady!”

Not real sure what kind of test I was being asked to perform, I asked, “Ms. Sally, what do you want me to search for in the middle of town?”

She replied, “Just look for gold.”

The Long Range Detector blinked as I set up for refined gold and immediately pointed at the back of the building. Ms Sally grinned as we drove to the front of the modest bank. “I have gold in my safety deposit box! she chided. “You pass!”

8.)

Confirmation that the Long Range Detector Works.

The trip was a grueling 21 hours of flight, two hours of jeep shaking, a wade across a stream and a ½ hour walk. The subject was convoluted enough to be a book. Three years of excavation using the entire village workforce, an unscrupulous American foreman, $600,000 of investor’s money, clandestine ABC overflights to determine that the treasure mysteriously vaporized from the time it was discovered with primitive equipment, payoffs, secret, redemption (turning the gold into cash) international arms deals, more ABC surveillance, and now the investors wanted us to prove if the gold treasure was still in the base of a landmark mountain somewhere in the Southern Philippines.
Two of the American investors met us at the airport. The unscrupulous American foreman met us at the village. The foreman had moved his new family back to the US when he announced the discovery of an empty chamber that housed no gold.

His Western hometown was awash with rumors of many cash expenditures upon his arriving home. His parents were world travelers with many new international business connections, not all of them legal or nice.
The investors wanted to know if any treasure was still there as the foreman said there was nothing there after digging for 3 years and even after paying a firm to confirm the treasure was there before digging began.

The clouds began to form right from the start. The foreman was smooth and nice until we arrived in the Philippines. He then started coming up with restrictions, “no talking with the villagers as we went through their village”, we could not tell the villagers of our results, “no pictures of the entourage”, enter into a non-disclosure which we did not sign as he wasn’t our client, then a threat as we were about to take the jeep ride, “It was too close to dark and it would not be safe for Anglos”. I guess he thought he was immune to danger as he had lived there 3 years and had a native wife. He wanted us to wait another day before going to the mountain, we did not.

It took less than 5 minutes for the machine to confirm the ABC’s conclusion that nothing was in the mountain any longer.

The investors were not pleased that their treasure had been stolen, but happy they were not going to enter an agreement to spend more money to dig deeper in hopes of finding more of the promised gold.

Once again a confirmation was made that the machine worked. We didn’t stick around as the foreman and family were charged with arms dealing with worldwide terrorist and fraud upon the investors.

It turns out the villagers helped transport the bullion out to a new road built by the government (instead of a very steep footpath), foreman took a private boat to Hong Kong, inter-arms dealing, deceit, payola, payola miscreants and skullduggery. A very volatile dangerous situation that has not been totally resolved yet.

9.)We were introduced to another group of Multinational investors that spent ½ million dollars in the Philippines on 17 targets. The first target was an eyewitness account of where the Japanese hid the gold. At 9 years old, Rizel, had watched from the top of a coconut tree, the Japanese military squad bury the “treasure”.

His story was that the site was “in the family” continually since WWII. The shaft was 55 feet deep costing the investors over 75,000 dollars. Water was pouring into the shaft fast enough to require a full time pump in order for the laborers to dig any deeper. The workers had built a compound over the top of the shaft for cooking and sleeping. Fifteen men and women had worked for two months in very dangerous conditions to ferret out the “prize”. That was guaranteed to be there!

The machine blinked once and I was left with the miserable task of telling the entire group that their efforts were in vain. The treasure was not there. The 70 year old eyewitness sat emotionless as the reality of the missing treasure surged through the crushed crowd.

I sat down beside him and started over with an interpreter. “which tree were you in when you observed the Japanese?”, “Was the land in your families’ possession ever since the burial?” Was someone here on the land every day since the burial?” “When did your father pass away?” “Where were you when he died?”
He replied, “I was in the army for 15 years…”

Enough said, the machine was vindicated again. The machine revealed that there never had been treasure in the 16 previous holes the investors had spent ½ million to dig.

Underground Discovery doesn’t manufacture Long Range Detectors, or sell Long Range Detectors (also known as Long Range Locator, click to read). This proprietary equipment comes with an operator to your location with thousands of hours of experience and a reputation of finding your target or the location the target used to be so you can rest assured that the treasure is yours or has already been removed… (if it indeed was truly ever there).

Long Range Detector for gold, silver, platinum, diamonds or currency is finally available with an operator to find the treasure that has eluded discovery. Call 480 463 7464 or email using the form below for free consultation.

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Long Range Locator Treasure and Mines

Saturday, October 08th, 2011

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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