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Eccentric art dealer Forrest Fenn hid a treasure worth $2 million. Finding it has become an obsession -- in some cases a deadly one -- for adventure-seekers.
Workers reportedly discovered a leather case containing a bone fragment while sorting through trash.
They're hunting for a treasure-filled train that is rumored to have disappeared in a secret tunnel at the end of World War II.
Two scuba divers found treasure from a shipwreck dating back over 1,600 years while exploring off the coast of Israel.
The first time I heard of the name 'Aquachigger' I thought it was some sort of marinelife racial slur. But Beau Ouimette, the man behind the Aquachigger YouTube channel, couldn't be further from a racially charged sea creature. He is re-pioneering a lost art, something dreamt of by children around the world: treasure hunting and adventuring.
Remember -- in every dark room there's the potential for light. All you need to do is flip the switch on.
World Wetlands Day marks the day in 1971 when international governments and nongovernmental organizations who were concerned with conserving Earth's wetlands came together and signed a global conservation treaty. It was the first global intergovernmental environmental treaty in the modern era.
As a photographer, a writer, an explorer and a person who wants to make a positive impact on this world, I wanted to highlight the beauty and cultures that still thrive in these remote regions of the world.
The find included gold coins and jewels that had gone down with a fleet of Spanish ships 300 years ago.
My early days after graduation were a struggle of a different kind -- not subject matter expertise but having deep meaningful conversations on technical subjects. My work centered on core analytics -- statistics and related technical subjects.
History, efficiency, and public policy favoring property owners are all at play in missing property cases. Consult experienced legal counsel if you discover a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
We're tempted to believe that the great and valuable things of life are somewhere "out there." But more often than not, the priceless pearls of our lives are hidden in the open -- the greatest treasures of our lives are things like home, family and dear friends. With that in mind, I made this video for my wife to celebrate our anniversary.
A Hawaiian treasure lost at sea for nearly two hundred years is finally making its way back home. Read more on HuffPost Live
Many years ago, I was in the office of one of my former bosses for my annual review. He was very diplomatic and shared that he was happy with my work. When he asked me, "Do you have any questions?"
In addition to giving the new assessment of the ship's size, the team brought up several new artifacts including tableware
I really enjoyed the DVD because it took back to my youth when I used to love watching Poppy Cat on Sprout. I recommend this
Every letter we write starts a connection, creates a history, lays the first stones of a bridge, extends a hand. And who knows what inspiration may spring from the letters we write?