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|Not Indiana Jones|
Source: Telegraph.Co.Uk link below.
An interesting 2000-year-old tunnel below the Temple of the Plumed Serpent is coated with powdered glitters so that when a torch is lit it appears to sparkle like the night sky. The 340-foot tunnel has yielded thousands of relics.
Here is the link to the video.
|Source: Nevada-outback-gems.com web site linked below.|
Maybe you've watched the TV show Berring Sea Gold. Don't you love to see those guys dredging under the ice?
Prospectors have worked the beaches around Nome with a variety of types of equipment. I've never seen anything about anyone nugget shooting with detectors on the beaches there. I'm sure they so if it works.
Anyhow here is a web site with a lot of great information about gold mining in that area. Included is information about old creek beds that are now under water off shore and a lot of other good information.
It is worth remembering, that like up there, our beaches were once way out from where they are now. There is a lot of archaeology to be done under he water.
Here is a link to that jam-packed site about gold mining along the beaches of Nome.
A 10 year old boy found a 10,000 year old arrowhead on a New Jersey beach.
Here is the link for the story and video.