Latest Treasure Stories
Barry Clifford, the explorer who is perhaps best known for finding the remains of the wrecked ship Whydah, has reportedly found the long-lost treasure of 17th Century Scottish pirate William Kidd – though some experts are treating his claims with skepticism.
KITTY HAWK, N.C., Nov. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Robert Louis Stevenson was born on November 13, 1850.
First Winner Declared in Seattle Roger Lintott of London England is the first of many winners in a real million dollar treasure hunt which seeks to raise $25 million for breast cancer research.
A treasure trove of gold and silver worth an estimated half billion dollars, recovered from a Spanish warship that sunk more than 200 hundred years ago, has been returned to its rightful owners after a long court battle between the Spanish government and a Florida-based salvage company that uncovered the treasure.
A team of professional Swedish treasure hunters have made a remarkable find at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. What exactly it is, however, will remain a mystery for the immediate future.
Three kids will win being drawn as cartoons and added to "Treasure Kai and the Lost Gold of Shark Island," a "Top 25 Most Essential Children's Book App!" Simply draw a
Busy Moms Now Have a Guilt-Free Reason to Take the iPad Plunge With an Innovative New Book App That Engages, Entertains and Educates Kids.
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The Japanese Grosbeak (Eophona personata), is a finch native to East Asia. The bird serves as the inspiration for a video game from Treasure Co. Ltd, called Ikaruga, which takes the bird's black-and-white coloration as inspiration for its primary gameplay mechanic. Photo Copyright and Credit
- An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
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