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$100,000 and 2 years in jail + restitution

Doc Holliday

Active member
Interesting sign. Can't even POSSESS a metal detector, so don't even drive from Sierra Vista to Tombstone with one, because you have to pass through this 'Preserve' on the road.

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Ok, so it's a 'conservation area'....but...tell me exactly what they're trying to conserve out here, scrub desert?

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This is the site of BRUNCKOW'S CABIN....where Ed Schiefflin smelted down a lot of silver....so....no metal detecting...what exactly is it, they DON'T want anyone to find around here? The old Clanton Ranch (yes, THAT Clanton - shootout at the OK Corral, Wyatt Earp/Doc Holliday, you know the story) is also included in this 'conservation area', and the story is that Old Man Clanton claimed to have buried a lot of silver and gold somewhere on his property. So, of course, the gov't declares the whole thing as a 'preserve' and off-limits to any kind of recovery, so they're the only ones who can find it...
 

JimmyCT

Well-known member
Interesting sign. Can't even POSSESS a metal detector, so don't even drive from Sierra Vista to Tombstone with one, because you have to pass through this 'Preserve' on the road.

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Ok, so it's a 'conservation area'....but...tell me exactly what they're trying to conserve out here, scrub desert?

View attachment 26325

This is the site of BRUNCKOW'S CABIN....where Ed Schiefflin smelted down a lot of silver....so....no metal detecting...what exactly is it, they DON'T want anyone to find around here? The old Clanton Ranch (yes, THAT Clanton - shootout at the OK Corral, Wyatt Earp/Doc Holliday, you know the story) is also included in this 'conservation area', and the story is that Old Man Clanton claimed to have buried a lot of silver and gold somewhere on his property. So, of course, the gov't declares the whole thing as a 'preserve' and off-limits to any kind of recovery, so they're the only ones who can find it...
Don’t steal, the govt doesn’t like competition 😂
 

Nauti

Well-known member
Its the same over here.......no detecting on scheduled sites.What i don't get is the very same people who lay these restrictions down do nothing to retrieve the history themselves.There must be thousands of important artefacts and coins around such sites that are literally corroding away because they are being left under the soil......quite sad and idiotic really.
 

sasquache

Well-known member
Interesting sign. Can't even POSSESS a metal detector, so don't even drive from Sierra Vista to Tombstone with one, because you have to pass through this 'Preserve' on the road.

View attachment 26324

Ok, so it's a 'conservation area'....but...tell me exactly what they're trying to conserve out here, scrub desert?

View attachment 26325

This is the site of BRUNCKOW'S CABIN....where Ed Schiefflin smelted down a lot of silver....so....no metal detecting...what exactly is it, they DON'T want anyone to find around here? The old Clanton Ranch (yes, THAT Clanton - shootout at the OK Corral, Wyatt Earp/Doc Holliday, you know the story) is also included in this 'conservation area', and the story is that Old Man Clanton claimed to have buried a lot of silver and gold somewhere on his property. So, of course, the gov't declares the whole thing as a 'preserve' and off-limits to any kind of recovery, so they're the only ones who can find it...
But is the Goverment looking for this treasure?
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
I’d gladly go out and “dig a hole” for Biden. That could be left alone forever…..
 
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