• One doesn’t start by asking one and all where a treasure is. That’s an opener, but a better questioning method is to express interest in local recluses, scandals, missing fortunes, rags to riches, back to rags stories, murders, suicides, once-rich families now poor, robberies, and that sort of thing. Don’t be afraid that a good many people will think you a bit touched. They will and that’s ok. That’s part of the price of being a treasure hunter.

  • Archaeologists have often said that it is almost impossible to completely do away with a hole.

  • Hunting treasure today is really all any of us can do. Yesterday is gone, and only regret or satisfaction remains as to how we used our time in treasure hunting, or in anything else.

  • Learning to look an area over from a different direction is equally important, and at different times of the day. Pictures taken from these different angles are vital, as well, for the mind and the eye cannot always grasp things immediately.

  • *All text is from H.Glenn Carson’s Cache Hunting