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The last journey of treasure hunter and millionaire Stu Auerbach

It was in 1955 when a young man with an ordinary army mine detector appeared in Miami Beach and started picking up handfuls of rings, earrings, chains, keys and many other things sounding like consistent beep, beep, beep… Signal after signal his beach hunting was being turned into a spectacular show, gradually paving the way towards becoming a successful enthusiast millionaire. Continue reading

Loud upgrade for Garrett AT MAX (competitors are appalled)

Garrett has learned to connect to detectorists’ brains via its metal detectors. The manufacturer can really read minds! There isn’t any other explanation to this event. How? How could they guess it’s the VERY thing treasure hunters needed? It’s definitely the loudest update in the metal detecting world! Continue reading

Look how the Chinese are spamming and trolling Minelab. News

Hybrid spam and hybrid trolling. It’s when they take a hot topic and turn it into the desired direction. For instance, a treasure hunter made a super find with Minelab’s machine. Then immediately appears a comment kinda “but if he had used coil N, he would have picked up a total of two, or even three, such coins”. This hybrid technology is universal and can be applied to any topic. Let’s say, Minelab released the new detectors with revolutionary technology. “Can it be true that this novelty will be better than detector X?”, could be a comment. Or, supposing DiCaprio’s wife left him. “This loser was told to replace his old machine with a new X one a long time ago – just do it and as good as new will be your wife’s love for you…” The only thing that matters is the topic to be as hot as possible. Continue reading