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Uncovering buried history

A four-member sub-committee created by the District of Kent’s Parks and Recreation department is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Agassiz’s historic cemetery on Limbert Mountain.

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Searching Escobar's Apartment | Finding Escobar's Millions

Exclusive: An exciting discovery in Escobar’s apartment on Finding Escobar’s Millions

Hopefully, on tonight’s Finding Escobar’s Millions, the crew will not have a Geraldo River Al Capone’s vault experience as they go on a forensic search to find any hiding spots Escobar may have hidden his money inside one of his swanky marble houses.

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Second Round of Surveying Begins at Daughters of Zion Cemetery

A second round of surveying using ground-penetrating radar is underway at the historic Daughters of Zion Cemetery in Charlottesville.

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Avebury stone circle was once a 'weird' square, archaeologists find

Avebury stone circle was once a ‘weird’ square, archaeologists find

Using a combination of soil resistance survey and Ground-Penetrating Radar archaeologists found the Avebury stone circle was once a ‘weird’ square.

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Ground radar uncovers graves at historic African-American cemetery

Ground radar uncovers graves at historic African-American cemetery

It’s been known at least 300 people are buried in the Daughters of Zion Cemetery, but thanks to ground penetrating radar, the city can confirm there are many more than that.

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