Back in 1982 a man named Byron Priess decided it would be a good idea to publish a treasure hunt. He spent a year or so traveling around the country, burying small ceramic boxes two feet underground. He wrote a few poems, and had a friend of his paint some images. The goal was to get the reader to match a poem with a verse, produce a treasure map of sorts, then go dig up the treasures. He thought it would be easy. 40 years later we are finding out he was wrong. So far two treasures have been found. One in Chicago, and one in Cleveland… so at least we know they are real. That’s about all we know for sure. This project started with Byron recruiting a bunch of his friends. Sean and Ted to write some descriptions of strange creatures that Byron’s friend JoEllen sculpted out of clay and cloth, which were photographed by his childhood friend Ben. Then Byron’s friends John Palencar, John Pierard, and Overton Loyd made a bunch of images with the sole purpose of confusing all of us. The project... more
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Nivana vs. Silverchair, Canada vs. St. Louis, 5 vs. 8. Cole and George have a civil conversation while disagreeing on the fundamentals of things which do not matter... and wonder why others can't do the same thing.
May is mental health awareness month and in this first of two part series devoted to mental health in the treasure hunting community, George and Rachel talk to a Therapist who specializes in addiction and addiction behaviors. We talk about some of th... more
Podcast sounds interesting. Tried to listen to a number of episodes but it keeps starting over about every 2 minutes. Very disappointed. Hopefully it can be fixed.
Thank you George for all your work! I'm new to The Secret and love all the information shared here.
Maybe is because I’m only 3 episodes deep. But there’s a LOT of background noises and people talking over one another that make this podcast really hard to listen to. I’m trying to push through the dog barking, bell jingling and mic cuts, but it’s a struggle. Music/TVs plying in the background. It’s all really distracting
Thanks for taking the time guys. Eagerly awaiting for new episodes.
That Bradley guy sounds like a total babe. Is he taken!?!?
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