Utilizing an Accurate Locators Imaging System and an SSP 2100
Pulse Induction Detector, these treasure hunters were able to locate
gold. The treasure hunters first located the tunnel system from an
image that had been created and then with the SSP Pulse Induction unit
was used to discriminate and pinpoint the gold bullion. The picture
below shows two of many gold bars found at the 80 foot level.
The below picture shows a void or tunnel at 25 feet below the
surface which was found as a result of analysis of an image showing a
large underground anomaly. Notice the old bricks where they busted
through to the tunnel chamber.
The photo below shows the tunnel continuing downward
through old wood and shoring and a lot of water.
The photo below shows the man made cement treasure chamber with
old rusted metal pipes in the shape of a snake that points the
direction to the gold cache.
The photo below shows a close-up of the Japanese pipe marker
The photo below shows the entrance to the treasure chamber.
The photo below shows a bomb that was discovered in the same tunnel
system; it was tested and found to be a dead bomb. However it now
serves as a gong to call the workers to lunch!
Submitted by D. Langston, March 2008