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An article from the Toronto Sun newspaper:

http://www.torontosun.com/2012/10/09/my ... chman-mine

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I sure would like to see a public debate between Ron Feldman and W.C. Jameson on the Lost Adams Diggings, and others who have made the same claim. I wonder how many places would be declared to be the real place.

This would at least expose the fact that most of the self proclaimed professional treasure hunters, are really just treasure hunters, not finders.

I am not naming anyone a liar, the debate would reveal them, because only one may be telling the truth.

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enjoyed the article
world wide speculation?
Ulitmately the answers lie here

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It would have made far more sense for the supposed Treasure Hunt to have multiple discover-able treasures, if not hundreds, rather than some "jackpot" that the public never sees.

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