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  • The Hangman
    Good to hear from you Sandra, Why or for whom are you doing the interview for... your newsletter, a lost treasure story, or something else? I might have some
    Message 1 of 7 , Jun 8, 2003
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      Good to hear from you Sandra,
      Why or for whom are you doing the interview for...
      your
      newsletter, a lost treasure story, or something else?
      I might have some ideas for you should you be going to

      Taos on a tale of riches. Keep in touch girl I look
      forward to reading your next post here.

      The Hangman
      --- Sandra <sandra1_2000_1999@...> wrote:
      > Stonewall?
      > Maybe I should go treasure hunting.:)
      > Not that far from me.
      > Everyone doing ok?
      > I've been so busy with doing our neighborhood
      > newsletter, etc., and writing again, I haven't had
      > time to visit.
      > It's been really hot in the Hill Country but we have
      > had some rain.
      > I'm looking forward to a trip to Taos later in the
      > month.
      > I need someone to interview there.
      > Anyone have any ideas?
      > Sandra
      >
      > THE HANGMAN <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
      > Howdy Art, Check out these two...
      >
      > www.texastreasurehunting.com
      >
      > Another idea is to go to the "GOOGLE" search engine
      > from your browser.
      > Then enter... "Texas+Lost Treasure
      >
      > Loads of stuff to look at.
      >
      > Also I just posted a 63 million dolloar lost Texas
      > treasue from Stonewall
      > County. You can read it in our "FILES" section...
      > Just click on TEXAS!
      >
      > Enjoy,
      > The Hangman
      >
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    • Sandra
      Hi Hangman, I ve been taking an Internet writing course through one of the colleges online.The instructors name is Eva Shaw. She s teaching a course in Taos
      Message 2 of 7 , Jun 8, 2003
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        Hi Hangman,
        I've been taking an Internet writing course through one of the colleges online.The instructors name is Eva Shaw.
        She's teaching a course in Taos the last week of June through the 4th of July.
        I know we'll have to do an interview w/ photos. I've got a laptop and printer rented to be shipped.
        I've tried to get in touch with one of the casinos about doing an interview with a manager but haven't heard back.
        I'd love to do a treasure story if I knew someone there.
        Ya'll let me know if you can get me in touch w/ someone.


        The Hangman <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
        Good to hear from you Sandra,
        Why or for whom are you doing the interview for...
        your
        newsletter, a lost treasure story, or something else?
        I might have some ideas for you should you be going to

        Taos on a tale of riches. Keep in touch girl I look
        forward to reading your next post here.

        The Hangman
        --- Sandra <sandra1_2000_1999@...> wrote:
        > Stonewall?
        > Maybe I should go treasure hunting.:)
        > Not that far from me.
        > Everyone doing ok?
        > I've been so busy with doing our neighborhood
        > newsletter, etc., and writing again, I haven't had
        > time to visit.
        > It's been really hot in the Hill Country but we have
        > had some rain.
        > I'm looking forward to a trip to Taos later in the
        > month.
        > I need someone to interview there.
        > Anyone have any ideas?
        > Sandra
        >
        > THE HANGMAN <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
        > Howdy Art, Check out these two...
        >
        > www.texastreasurehunting.com
        >
        > Another idea is to go to the "GOOGLE" search engine
        > from your browser.
        > Then enter... "Texas+Lost Treasure
        >
        > Loads of stuff to look at.
        >
        > Also I just posted a 63 million dolloar lost Texas
        > treasue from Stonewall
        > County. You can read it in our "FILES" section...
        > Just click on TEXAS!
        >
        > Enjoy,
        > The Hangman
        >
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      • The Hangman
        Hey Sandra, I don t have any contacts in Taos, but if its a good THing story you seek here is my thoughts... 1. First contact the local historical society and
        Message 3 of 7 , Jun 9, 2003
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          Hey Sandra, I don't have any contacts in Taos, but if
          its a good THing story you seek here is my thoughts...
          1. First contact the local historical society and
          inquire about lost treasures, mines, etc. Make an
          appt.
          w/ a local historian to interview about the story.
          Ask
          if any newspaper clipings are available, or other
          similar records / documents.

          2. Do your interview and photo's of your interviewee.
          3. If possible research the story, and go to the site
          not only to poke around (w/ your detector) and get a
          few
          more pic's.
          4. Complete your assignment with your instructor. Get
          an
          A+.
          5. Then post your tale on our fourm, even a photo or
          two.
          That's it. If I can help with posting let me know...
          & enjoy and have a wonderful time. Hope to hear from
          you soon.

          The Hangman
          --- Sandra <sandra1_2000_1999@...> wrote:
          > Hi Hangman,
          > I've been taking an Internet writing course through
          > one of the colleges online.The instructors name is
          > Eva Shaw.
          > She's teaching a course in Taos the last week of
          > June through the 4th of July.
          > I know we'll have to do an interview w/ photos. I've
          > got a laptop and printer rented to be shipped.
          > I've tried to get in touch with one of the casinos
          > about doing an interview with a manager but haven't
          > heard back.
          > I'd love to do a treasure story if I knew someone
          > there.
          > Ya'll let me know if you can get me in touch w/
          > someone.
          >
          >
          > The Hangman <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
          > Good to hear from you Sandra,
          > Why or for whom are you doing the interview for...
          > your
          > newsletter, a lost treasure story, or something
          > else?
          > I might have some ideas for you should you be going
          > to
          >
          > Taos on a tale of riches. Keep in touch girl I look
          >
          > forward to reading your next post here.
          >
          > The Hangman
          > --- Sandra <sandra1_2000_1999@...> wrote:
          > > Stonewall?
          > > Maybe I should go treasure hunting.:)
          > > Not that far from me.
          > > Everyone doing ok?
          > > I've been so busy with doing our neighborhood
          > > newsletter, etc., and writing again, I haven't had
          > > time to visit.
          > > It's been really hot in the Hill Country but we
          > have
          > > had some rain.
          > > I'm looking forward to a trip to Taos later in the
          > > month.
          > > I need someone to interview there.
          > > Anyone have any ideas?
          > > Sandra
          > >
          > > THE HANGMAN <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
          > > Howdy Art, Check out these two...
          > >
          > > www.texastreasurehunting.com
          > >
          > > Another idea is to go to the "GOOGLE" search
          > engine
          > > from your browser.
          > > Then enter... "Texas+Lost Treasure
          > >
          > > Loads of stuff to look at.
          > >
          > > Also I just posted a 63 million dolloar lost Texas
          > > treasue from Stonewall
          > > County. You can read it in our "FILES" section...
          > > Just click on TEXAS!
          > >
          > > Enjoy,
          > > The Hangman
          > >
          > >
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        • Sandra
          Great ideas! Probably can t take a detector on the plane, though. Any ideas of magazines I could send a query to? The Hangman
          Message 4 of 7 , Jun 9, 2003
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            Great ideas!
            Probably can't take a detector on the plane, though.
            Any ideas of magazines I could send a query to?

            The Hangman <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
            Hey Sandra, I don't have any contacts in Taos, but if
            its a good THing story you seek here is my thoughts...
            1. First contact the local historical society and
            inquire about lost treasures, mines, etc. Make an
            appt.
            w/ a local historian to interview about the story.
            Ask
            if any newspaper clipings are available, or other
            similar records / documents.

            2. Do your interview and photo's of your interviewee.
            3. If possible research the story, and go to the site
            not only to poke around (w/ your detector) and get a
            few
            more pic's.
            4. Complete your assignment with your instructor. Get
            an
            A+.
            5. Then post your tale on our fourm, even a photo or
            two.
            That's it. If I can help with posting let me know...
            & enjoy and have a wonderful time. Hope to hear from
            you soon.

            The Hangman
            --- Sandra <sandra1_2000_1999@...> wrote:
            > Hi Hangman,
            > I've been taking an Internet writing course through
            > one of the colleges online.The instructors name is
            > Eva Shaw.
            > She's teaching a course in Taos the last week of
            > June through the 4th of July.
            > I know we'll have to do an interview w/ photos. I've
            > got a laptop and printer rented to be shipped.
            > I've tried to get in touch with one of the casinos
            > about doing an interview with a manager but haven't
            > heard back.
            > I'd love to do a treasure story if I knew someone
            > there.
            > Ya'll let me know if you can get me in touch w/
            > someone.
            >
            >
            > The Hangman <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
            > Good to hear from you Sandra,
            > Why or for whom are you doing the interview for...
            > your
            > newsletter, a lost treasure story, or something
            > else?
            > I might have some ideas for you should you be going
            > to
            >
            > Taos on a tale of riches. Keep in touch girl I look
            >
            > forward to reading your next post here.
            >
            > The Hangman
            > --- Sandra <sandra1_2000_1999@...> wrote:
            > > Stonewall?
            > > Maybe I should go treasure hunting.:)
            > > Not that far from me.
            > > Everyone doing ok?
            > > I've been so busy with doing our neighborhood
            > > newsletter, etc., and writing again, I haven't had
            > > time to visit.
            > > It's been really hot in the Hill Country but we
            > have
            > > had some rain.
            > > I'm looking forward to a trip to Taos later in the
            > > month.
            > > I need someone to interview there.
            > > Anyone have any ideas?
            > > Sandra
            > >
            > > THE HANGMAN <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
            > > Howdy Art, Check out these two...
            > >
            > > www.texastreasurehunting.com
            > >
            > > Another idea is to go to the "GOOGLE" search
            > engine
            > > from your browser.
            > > Then enter... "Texas+Lost Treasure
            > >
            > > Loads of stuff to look at.
            > >
            > > Also I just posted a 63 million dolloar lost Texas
            > > treasue from Stonewall
            > > County. You can read it in our "FILES" section...
            > > Just click on TEXAS!
            > >
            > > Enjoy,
            > > The Hangman
            > >
            > >
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          • The Hangman
            Sandra, If you want to do your stroy on lost treasure, my recomemdation would be to qurrey Lost Treasure Magazine. Janet Perry is the editor, her e-mail is:
            Message 5 of 7 , Jun 9, 2003
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              Sandra, If you want to do your stroy on lost treasure,
              my recomemdation would be to qurrey Lost Treasure
              Magazine. Janet Perry is the editor, her e-mail is:
              managingeditor@... / Phone- 918.786.2128.
              Tell Janet the Hangman sends his best,and my thanks in
              advance.
              HM
              --- Sandra <sandra1_2000_1999@...> wrote:
              > Great ideas!
              > Probably can't take a detector on the plane, though.
              > Any ideas of magazines I could send a query to?
              >
              > The Hangman <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
              > Hey Sandra, I don't have any contacts in Taos, but
              > if
              > its a good THing story you seek here is my
              > thoughts...
              > 1. First contact the local historical society and
              > inquire about lost treasures, mines, etc. Make an
              > appt.
              > w/ a local historian to interview about the story.
              > Ask
              > if any newspaper clipings are available, or other
              > similar records / documents.
              >
              > 2. Do your interview and photo's of your
              > interviewee.
              > 3. If possible research the story, and go to the
              > site
              > not only to poke around (w/ your detector) and get a
              > few
              > more pic's.
              > 4. Complete your assignment with your instructor.
              > Get
              > an
              > A+.
              > 5. Then post your tale on our fourm, even a photo or
              > two.
              > That's it. If I can help with posting let me
              > know...
              > & enjoy and have a wonderful time. Hope to hear
              > from
              > you soon.
              >
              > The Hangman
              > --- Sandra <sandra1_2000_1999@...> wrote:
              > > Hi Hangman,
              > > I've been taking an Internet writing course
              > through
              > > one of the colleges online.The instructors name is
              > > Eva Shaw.
              > > She's teaching a course in Taos the last week of
              > > June through the 4th of July.
              > > I know we'll have to do an interview w/ photos.
              > I've
              > > got a laptop and printer rented to be shipped.
              > > I've tried to get in touch with one of the
              > casinos
              > > about doing an interview with a manager but
              > haven't
              > > heard back.
              > > I'd love to do a treasure story if I knew someone
              > > there.
              > > Ya'll let me know if you can get me in touch w/
              > > someone.
              > >
              > >
              > > The Hangman <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
              > > Good to hear from you Sandra,
              > > Why or for whom are you doing the interview for...
              > > your
              > > newsletter, a lost treasure story, or something
              > > else?
              > > I might have some ideas for you should you be
              > going
              > > to
              > >
              > > Taos on a tale of riches. Keep in touch girl I
              > look
              > >
              > > forward to reading your next post here.
              > >
              > > The Hangman
              > > --- Sandra <sandra1_2000_1999@...> wrote:
              > > > Stonewall?
              > > > Maybe I should go treasure hunting.:)
              > > > Not that far from me.
              > > > Everyone doing ok?
              > > > I've been so busy with doing our neighborhood
              > > > newsletter, etc., and writing again, I haven't
              > had
              > > > time to visit.
              > > > It's been really hot in the Hill Country but we
              > > have
              > > > had some rain.
              > > > I'm looking forward to a trip to Taos later in
              > the
              > > > month.
              > > > I need someone to interview there.
              > > > Anyone have any ideas?
              > > > Sandra
              > > >
              > > > THE HANGMAN <eldoradohangman@...> wrote:
              > > > Howdy Art, Check out these two...
              > > >
              > > > www.texastreasurehunting.com
              > > >
              > > > Another idea is to go to the "GOOGLE" search
              > > engine
              > > > from your browser.
              > > > Then enter... "Texas+Lost Treasure
              > > >
              > > > Loads of stuff to look at.
              > > >
              > > > Also I just posted a 63 million dolloar lost
              > Texas
              > > > treasue from Stonewall
              > > > County. You can read it in our "FILES"
              > section...
              > > > Just click on TEXAS!
              > > >
              > > > Enjoy,
              > > > The Hangman
              > > >
              > > >
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