Treasure Hunters Abound in Greece
July 2000 by Associated PressGreed nearly starved Greece's legendary gold-transforming King Midas to death—but still they haven't learned.
I worked my way to a flat area along a ridge where I could see a quartz blowout. As I got within 100 feet of it, I started seeing rock that I knew to be associated with gold.
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