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  • Mike believes that gas bars.

  • Right hand man Juan Gomez buried their pirate treasure somewhere in the vicinity of a tree he carved with a Roman numeral.

  • So I waste no time firing up the old metal detector to try my luck.

  • It proving that gas bars legendary loot is the real deal.

  • Dennis, you're on.

  • You're on Gator Watch with you got ahead.

  • Hey, Mike, Go ahead.

  • Go ahead.

  • That sounds good.

  • I got the shovel we're looking at right there.

  • Nice to solve.

  • It's like digging on the beach, dear.

  • You got it right there.

  • Well, we found silver.

  • The silver bullet cold brewed in the Rockies.

  • Jose Gaspar.

  • All right, moving on.

  • Can't win them all.

  • Put this in the recycling pile.

  • Fill in the hole, keep at it.

  • But after an hour of metal detecting, we don't even turn up another beer can.

  • As of right now, nothing.

  • The metal detectors are silent.

  • But that's the thing about treasure hunting.

  • You gotta have persistence.

  • We keep at it until well into the afternoon.

  • And still nada.

  • This is where Dennis comes in.

  • I think it's time to bring out the secret weapon.

  • Was your secret weapon that's right here in my hand.

  • Okay.

  • What's in this bag you've been carrying around all day?

  • There's an instrument in here.

  • There's only two in the world and I have one of them.

  • It locates treasure from a distance.

  • Okay, you've got my attention.

  • This is it.

  • This is it.

  • OK, this looks like a piece of PVC piping.

  • It's what's in it.

  • The counts and what's in it?

  • Um, A little bit of radiation, I say.

  • Sorry.

  • So what?

  • A little radiation.

  • Radiation?

  • Yes, sir.

  • Here you go, buddy.

  • Let me hand it right back to you.

  • Dennis.

  • Dennis, There's information that you give out at the beginning of handling radioactive material.

  • Where'd you get this radioactive material from?

  • I can't tell you that part.

  • This it back to the future situation.

  • They're Libyans in a van.

  • Gonna pull up here?

  • No, I don't know what the hell is going on right now, Dennis, but I'm all in.

  • Let's see.

  • Let's see what's going on.

  • Dennis explains that his device works off the negative fields of the earth, whatever that means.

  • Depending on how he calibrates it.

  • Which is also a secret.

  • The device he says, can detect the aura of gold, silver, even diamonds up to 100 miles away To prove it, he sets the device to detect silver.

  • Then he puts a silver coin on the ground.

  • Toa let a skeptic like me give it a world.

  • Can I try this?

  • Sure.

  • Yeah, yeah, but would you mind?

  • So now are these radioactive to does?

  • Not at all.

  • Okay, hold him like this at a slight angle down.

  • Okay, So you're telling me that when I walk this way when I passed the silver, it's gonna cross when I passed the gold?

  • It's not going.

  • That's correct.

  • Okay, there it is.

  • There's your crossing on the silver.

  • Okay.

  • Passing the silver.

  • Now.

  • Dennis, what have you built here?

  • Something very, very valuable.

  • Josh, like what's happening here?

  • Gonna believe?

  • I have no idea what's going on here.

  • I don't care if you have a crystal ball and you're chanting and tongues.

  • If it leads to treasure, you're my hero.

  • I like a challenge.

  • Good.

  • Let's see what it can.

  • D'oh!

  • Dennis, adjust the device to look for gold and inserts the probe into the ground.

  • He then follows the two rods as they turn in his hands to navigate our search for the pirate treasure.

  • The target we're looking for is right over there, right behind you way.

  • Make our way farther into the woods.

  • And if you ask me farther away from reality, until Dennis stops re orients his rods at a 90 degree angle and we follow him another 25 feet.

  • It's right here, sir.

  • It's right here.

  • He's right here.

  • Okay, So your determination using plutonium, I guess, is that Is that there is a treasure right here.

  • Yes, sir.

  • Let's see if we get anything on the old fashioned non nuclear metal detectors.

  • Well, say, I haven't spent half the day running through the swamps and this thing barely going off it all.

  • There's something here, which is kind of amazing to me.

  • It's deep, whatever it is.

  • How deep down do you think this is?

  • I think it's three foot plus three foot plus.

  • We got some digging to do.

  • Start the party.

  • Let's do it.

  • Come on.

  • Three feet Doesn't sound like much until you actually have to dig it.

  • So first we're gonna drill baby drill.

  • This gas powered auger with a three foot long bit helps break up the dirt, and then we get ready to dig.

  • Okay?

  • Now, what is a deeper dig?

  • Deeper.

  • Deeper?

  • Okay, The human Florida swamp is turning into a sweat box.

  • And though I'm exhausted, I'm also hellbent and determined to find out if there's anything at the bottom of this hole.

  • The truth behind Jose Gaspar is legend, and his treasure hangs in the balance.

  • Dutch, I really enjoy digging us out.

  • Well, that makes one of us.

  • I'm kidding, Mike.

  • Loving every minute of this.

  • Missed every other minute.

  • Finally, after hours of backbreaking labor.

  • Okay, so we are now down into the water table.

  • I'd say from the surface were down 16 or more.

  • Uh, So what do you think, Dennis?

  • You ready to cry, uncle in this one, or No, no.

  • There's something there.

  • We just probe the side of this thing and every angle of this point, we've hit nothing, and we just hadn't dug wide enough and to expand the whole mike.

  • What do you think?

  • Well, I think whatever is down there, we're not gonna find it today.

  • You think it's a bigger job?

  • Bigger than what we thought?

  • Definitely something here.

  • The mystery continues.

  • Yeah, Well, gentlemen, it's been fun digging a hole.

  • Hey, those rods of yours can they lead to a bar and so ends my foray into alternative treasure hunting.

Mike believes that gas bars.

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Searching For Pirate Treasure Using Radioactive Material | Expedition Unknown

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/26
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