ADM Vol 13 Issue 4
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In this issue:
Who Were They?
When a north Georgia forest was logged for pulpwood, an ancient culture came to light. But who were these ancient hunters?
By Butch Holcombe
A Token Comes Full Circle
The town of Bushnell, North Carolina is long gone, as is the town’s mercantile establishment, Fisher’s Store. But both still hold a place in this author’s heart.
By Mickey Stockton
Heritage, Iron & Friends
For a longtime relic hunter like this author, a nostalgic timeline of fun and friends
can be had by remembering the relics that were found.
By Joe “Cannon” Goetz
Culpeper, Virginia was once again home to organized relic hunting. We show you
some of the history recovered during the recent spring Diggin’ In Virginia.
A Photo Compilation
Four Days in Paradise and a Lifetime of Adventure
From Canada to Curacao to Oak Island, Steve Zazulyk talks about dive detecting,
television, and a drunken iguana named Ed.
By M.A. Shafer
Ironing It Out
The author never dreamed he would unearth an entire Civil War musket. Then again
he hadn’t really expected to dig so many artillery projectiles from one area.
By Matt Jones
All In The Family
Searching for relics can be a solo venture, but much more joy can be found in
the hobby by including the family, as this author does.
By Kevin Walls
A Dog NAMED SUSIE
Not all valuable finds can be measured in cash or rarity. Some must be considered treasures
of the heart whose greatest value is in priceless memories.
By Bob Smith