Apr 28, 2011
I've been hesitant to write on this topic, because, frankly, I think most treasure hunters will find it boring. Who amongst you enjoyed Traffic Safety Class in high school?
Treasure hunters want action and excitement, not lectures on how
to stay safe in the field.
But I've been asked, so I have answered. I'm...
Apr 25, 2011
In 1938, Superman first appeared in Action Comics #1, a comic
book that has reportedly sold for as high as one and a half million
In 1939, Superman became a daily comic strip.
And in 1940, Superman took to the air with a three-afternoons-a-week radio show.
Who played Superman on the radio? It was a...
Apr 21, 2011
The NCAA has changed its technical standards for baseball bats
this season, and because of that both pitching and hitting
statistics are changing.
Does this portend similar changes for softball?
In this program we take a look at the new college baseball bat and what it is doing to the game.
For more articles on...
Apr 18, 2011
Wild Bill Hickok (Guy Madison) and his rotund sidekick Jingles Jones (Andy Devine) rode across our radio dials - and television screens - from 1951 to 1956 (radio) and 1951-1958 (television).
Guy Madison (real name Robert Moseley) was on leave from the Coast Guard in 1944 when he was "discovered" and cast in a...
Apr 14, 2011
This week's program finds us out on a tangent from our regular treasure hunting topics.
Flashlights probably aren't on the "A" list of metal detecting tools for most people.
But as you'll hear in the show, I've always been excited by flashlights, and I always have one with me.
In this program, I explain my...