Virgin Fairground Site! (high bandwidth version)

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15 Responses to “Virgin Fairground Site! (high bandwidth version)”

  1. Wavatar droppyporridge Says:

    that is an incredible site! thanks for making the video, where are you going to post all the finds?

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  2. Wavatar walleye148 Says:

    Awesome hunt guys!!!

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  3. Wavatar Rodnick568 Says:

    not the best video but cool finds

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  4. Wavatar fasteddierocs Says:

    Awesome video. did you guys know about the old fairgrounds or did you stumble upon it.

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  5. Wavatar zachpeabody Says:

    my fairgrounds only produce clad and only one braclet

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  6. Wavatar keithindiana Says:

    our buddy Larry found it through some research he was doing. Being the nice guy that he is he invited us to hunt it with him…….

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  7. Wavatar TreasureFiend Says:

    Man thats some fantastic finds – congrats!!!

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  8. Wavatar redradiodog Says:

    Fantastic! I’d love to find a place like that.

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  9. Wavatar crunch7077 Says:

    Nice finds & video !!!

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  10. Wavatar Vidslayer Says:

    That’s the kind of site we all dream about! Man O Man, barbers and seateds and you can dig them by hand! Great video! I’d go back and pound that site with every coil I had.

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  11. Wavatar MUDSWAT Says:

    Wow, Great Site I would love a site like that…. Early 1900′s and late 1800′s silver !! Thats awesome !!

    Keep @ it and HH!!

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  12. Wavatar MUDSWAT Says:

    Can you link the post, I want to see that nice quarter?

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  13. Wavatar keithindiana Says:

    w w w . coinhunting . net

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  14. Wavatar artifactman660 Says:

    thats what dreams are made of!!! cool video,and best video on the net for detecting. congrats!!!!!!!!!!!

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  15. Wavatar Biffbradford Says:

    Awesome. I would think that over 100 years of leaves collecting on the ground, those coins would be deeper that that! Amazing.

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