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Re: Forty Years of Relic Hunting..
Posted by: jc1965
Date: March 20, 2016 09:02AM
Amazing . Just amazing

Re: Forty Years of Relic Hunting..
Posted by: RICK IN KY
Date: November 06, 2016 05:23PM
Thank You Robert for sharing that with us

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Re: Forty Years of Relic Hunting..
Posted by: davidtn
Date: January 04, 2017 09:16PM
I just ran across this post and boy am I glad I did! Such an amazing video you put together. Perfect song choice as well and a wonderful tribute to your father.

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Really nice. Can't believe I never stopped by to look before. Great little production.. Thanks Jeff Lutz for pointing it out!N/T
Posted by: Guvner
Date: November 12, 2017 10:50AM

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Re: Forty Years of Relic Hunting..
Posted by: Kevin Rose
Date: January 11, 2018 07:26AM
Great video, and what a Great Run you have and have had in finding and Preserving History. You sir, have quite a collection of some Significant Historical War of Northern Aggression Artifacts. I love the state of South Carolina and have some ties to her. My Dad was born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1932, and I lived for 3 years in Beaufort, S.C. from 1976-1979 while serving in the United States Marine Corps and serving aboard Parris Island in Weapons Training Battalion. I well remember when you and you hunting buddy found the remains and the resting place of the black soldiers from the 55TH Mass. Infantry. That was some undertaking and work done to preserve History and give these soldiers the proper burial and dignity that they deserved. You have done some great work in helping to preserve History for generations to come that may have otherwise been lost forever, or lost due to development. You have every right to be proud of a I won't say job, because it isn't a job, but rather a Passion Well Done. Thanks for sharing this video with us. God's Speed, and Continued Success.

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