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      I've had some crazy happenings around me when out detecting, but this one sometimes gives me the chills.
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    • By mn90403
      This is a History Channel video describing the geology associated with deposits in California.  I found it entertaining and informative without the heavy handed geological perspective.
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    • By phrunt
      I've been wanting to film a video of myself finding a nugget with my QED but things have been a bit dry on the nugget front lately for me, I managed to scrape out one a couple of days ago using my GPX but that's it for a week or so now.
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    • By Jim McCulloch
      Spud Digger Johnson has just released the latest video on his "Spud Diggers" YouTube channel about hunting for gold, relics, coins, and bottles at the 1860's mining camp "Diamondville." One of the highlights was a lady who, using a detector, dug up a diamond ring... and then her boyfriend proposed marriage! Lots of good gold was found. HH Jim
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