Article | Did Sussex bounty hunter dig up Captain Kidd’s treasure? Hunt for £12m haul of gold coins took charming chancer to hell and back

Published by Daily Mail On-line, written by GLENYS ROBERTS , Tuesday 20th November 2012 One of the most infamous pirates of all time, Captain Kidd was said to have amassed treasure worth £100,000 – a staggering £12 million now – before he was arrested for piracy and murder. He buried a cache somewhere on his travels and at…

Blog Post | Yorkshire’s hoard of mysterious silver and gold

Posted by Martin Wainwright, Thursday 15 November 2012. guardian.co.uk There’s a lot going off in Wakefield at the moment, in spite of hard times, with the Hepworth Wakefield doing consistently well, the Trinity Walk shopping centre adding commercial life and now a newly reorganised museum for the city. This last, along with its sister centre at Pontefract, is energising local young people – it’s included in…

Article | Treasure Hunters want to work with city on ordinance to regulate metal detecting in parks

Published by Laconia Daily Sun, written by Michael Kitch LACONIA — Three representatives of the Granite State Treasure Hunters appeared before the Parks and Recreation Commission last night after Kevin Dunleavy, director of Parks and Recreation, asked the commissioners to consider regulating the use of metal detectors and golf clubs in city parks. Doug Sargent…