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The well was used often and it was a perfect place to bury a treasure.
Most wells were also located behind the homes, so it would be secretive and easy to hide valuables time and time again. Yes I’ve been called crazy for climbing into these old cesspools.
Older homes that date back one hundred years or more have a very good chance of holding a treasure; and these old homes are in cities and towns across America. Also, many of our first settlers were very independent individuals, they wanted total control of their lives, and their possessions, including their money and valuables.
It was common for those individuals to bury their valuables for safekeeping.
All you need to do is ask for permission from the owner to search the property. He began his “treasure hunting” days twenty-five years ago metal detecting parks and schoolyards.
However, often times the person doing the hiding would not tell the family.Think about all of the old abandoned homes you drive by on a weekly basis.Then think about how many of those old homes have a treasure lurking on it’s property. Pandozzi is an author, TV Producer and well known treasure hunter.This practice of hiding their possessions was a constant as this country moved into the nineteenth and twentieth century.The stock market crash of the 1920’s only bolstered the lack of confidence people had with financial institutions, and to this day, people are still hiding their money.