Metal Detecting Research & Exploration - A Complete Guide, page 63

Other Forms of Metal Detecting Research


OBTAINING LEADS TO TREASURE HUNTING LOCATIONS FROM OLD-TIMERS AND OTHERS

Old timers is the best source of leads for locating treasure hunting sites. They live in your area and possess invaluable information that sometimes cannot be found in old books and newspapers. All you have to do is to ask them the right questions. "A correctly asked question is 50% of a good answer!"

For example, an old timer would tell you about the church bazaars held for years, and how that property is now scraped off and ready to be sold for a new shopping center. Be always respectful, courteous, and grateful for their kindness. And when they offer you anything, accept it, and be A GOOD LISTENER!

Old Timer

Some old timers might even take you to the location and point out to a treasure spot.

Old-Timer Pointing Out to a Treasure Spot

Old Timer Pointing Out to Treasure Hunting Location

Fishermen and deer hunters also might disclose locations of potentially good metal detecting sites in the area, where they fish, hunt and relax.

Fisherman

You might obtain interesting information or, at least, a general direction to a potential metal detecting site from the locals too.

A Local Pointing Out to Metal Detecting Site

A Local Resident Giving Directions to Treasure Hunting Site

And do not forget about your relatives, neighbors, friends and co-workers. They all might have experiences and valuable information to share.


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