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Post  DanielleTVCastings on Tue Apr 04, 2017 1:45 am

Hi there!

My name is Danielle and I work in Development for an award-winning television production company based in Manhattan. We are currently developing a new series which will follow various treasure hunters as they search for Incan Treasure.

I am reaching out to the Gold Detecting and Prospecting community because we are searching for treasure hunters, archeologists, researchers, etc. to participate in this project. We are looking for fearless and dedicated hunters that are willing to take us along on their journey! We would love to see if anyone from this site is interested in applying or has recommendations for people we should reach out to.

To hear more more about this project, please email us at developmentcastingteam@gmail.com.

Best,
Danielle

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Post  goldtalkleonora on Tue Apr 04, 2017 7:05 am

I was driving out to the rubbish tip on Sunday...I thought I saw some Incan treasures on the side of the road...it turned out to be an old fire extinguisher.
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Post  adrian ss on Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:11 am

Probably won't get any takers in Australia because we are not allowed by law to keep any treasure trove or artefacts that we may find. So nobody is going to show where they find interesting items.
     Even if we do locate significant treasure and hand it over to the crown we get nothing in return aside from a Good Boy pat on the back; So there is not much incentive to bother searching.
    There are a few ship wreak diver treasure hunters  here who do ok on the side. Wink 

Also there is plenty of evidence here that shows that people from Egypt, India, (Middle East in general), Indonesia, Africa   were here a very long time ago....Oh yeah that's right; they are called aborigines. Very Happy 

     There is also a very good chance that the didgeridoo evolved in India as the Snake charmers flute, travelled to Indonesia where it became close to what it is today but made from bamboo and then when these people came out to Australia 30,000 to 40,000 years ago, other types of wood were used to get a deeper tone.
     The Indian snake charmers use Cyclical breathing when playing their instrument.


Just a bit of random info based on my own beliefs and research rather than Egg head knowledge. What a Face   That has nothing much to do with the original post. Laughing
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Post  rockhunter62 on Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:31 am

Hey Adrian, you forgot about the Chinese explorers. Very Happy Very Happy

Cheers

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Post  adrian ss on Tue Apr 04, 2017 10:45 am

ARGH blimey I forgot about those  blokes. Yeah, them  and the Japanese have been coming here for years coz of the good fishing. I think that waaaaay back it was a bit cold here coz of the ice covering a lot of this place and so they didn't hang about for long. Rolling Eyes Bunch of sooks.
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Post  kon61 on Tue Apr 04, 2017 12:06 pm

G'day Danielle, welcome to the forum.

Most of us here are simple part time hobbyists/detectorists & even fewer are the ones trying to make a living out of gold nugget hunting, not alone treasure hunting.
Exhibitions of the nature/calibre you talk about, not only require specialist teams/groups of treasure hunters, educated in Peruvian history, but can also lead to or cost, many hundreds of thousands of dollars to set up.
To chase down hidden Inca treasure is one thing, to be given the green light by the Peruvian Government to do so is another.
Best of luck in your quest.

Cheers Kon. Q11
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Post  Minermike on Tue Apr 04, 2017 2:34 pm

Just need another VB......
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