BY EMILY ZEUGNER
Associated Press Writer
Friday, June 06, 2008
“Last summer Roy Evans, history buff, outdoorsman and “amateur treasure hunter,” set off in search of buried riches.
Five hours a day, he scoured the fine, white sands of Georgia’s Tybee Island and within a week he’d struck gold: 23 separate pieces including two crosses, 12 rings, a handful of medallions and broaches and one chain necklace — a bounty worth several thousand dollars at least.”