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#1

Hunting the yellow
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01 August 2018 02:36 am

$14 brand new only watched once no scratchers free postage to anywhere in Australia

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In 1931 Harold Lasseter's body was found after perishing in Central Australia's deserts. His diary revealed he'd discovered a fabulous seven mile seam of gold, worth millions, but would "give it all for a loaf of bread". Despite hundreds of expeditions since, the gold has never been found.

Obsessed with solving the mystery, filmmaker Luke Walker discovers Lasseter's 85-year-old son Bob, still wandering the desert, on a quixotic mission to find the gold that killed his father and destroyed his childhood. But now, 80 years on, is it still possible to piece together the fragments of history Lasseter left behind?

Looking for gold in Lasseter's story Walker sets out to unravel the tangle of myths, lies and legend that remain buried with Lasseter's bones in the heart of Australia

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born 150 years too late and missed all the gold rushers

#2

flyrodder
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01 August 2018 02:10 pm

But were they Lasseters bones they found ??????

Hunting the yellow wrote:

$14 brand new only watched once no scratchers free postage to anywhere in Australia

description
In 1931 Harold Lasseter's body was found after perishing in Central Australia's deserts. His diary revealed he'd discovered a fabulous seven mile seam of gold, worth millions, but would "give it all for a loaf of bread". Despite hundreds of expeditions since, the gold has never been found.

Obsessed with solving the mystery, filmmaker Luke Walker discovers Lasseter's 85-year-old son Bob, still wandering the desert, on a quixotic mission to find the gold that killed his father and destroyed his childhood. But now, 80 years on, is it still possible to piece together the fragments of history Lasseter left behind?

Looking for gold in Lasseter's story Walker sets out to unravel the tangle of myths, lies and legend that remain buried with Lasseter's bones in the heart of Australia

https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 040214.jpg

https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 040216.jpg

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#3

Wishfull
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From: Yorke Peninsla S.A., SA
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01 August 2018 02:21 pm

Recon I've seen thar smile . it was very good.


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Smoky bandit
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01 August 2018 02:51 pm

Hey wishful..
Did you watch it twice big_smile tongue


No pain No gain..

#5

Hunting the yellow
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01 August 2018 08:40 pm

flyrodder wrote:

But were they Lasseters bones they found ??????

Hunting the yellow wrote:

$14 brand new only watched once no scratchers free postage to anywhere in Australia

description
In 1931 Harold Lasseter's body was found after perishing in Central Australia's deserts. His diary revealed he'd discovered a fabulous seven mile seam of gold, worth millions, but would "give it all for a loaf of bread". Despite hundreds of expeditions since, the gold has never been found.

Obsessed with solving the mystery, filmmaker Luke Walker discovers Lasseter's 85-year-old son Bob, still wandering the desert, on a quixotic mission to find the gold that killed his father and destroyed his childhood. But now, 80 years on, is it still possible to piece together the fragments of history Lasseter left behind?

Looking for gold in Lasseter's story Walker sets out to unravel the tangle of myths, lies and legend that remain buried with Lasseter's bones in the heart of Australia

https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 040214.jpg

https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 040216.jpg

duno but i reckon they found the reef if you watch the extra part yikes

Last edited by Hunting the yellow (01 August 2018 08:40 pm)


born 150 years too late and missed all the gold rushers

#6

Hunting the yellow
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04 August 2018 10:02 pm

price drop $10 still with free postage anywhere in Australia


born 150 years too late and missed all the gold rushers

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Colchap
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07 August 2018 09:08 am

Hunting the yellow wrote:

price drop $10 still with free postage anywhere in Australia

Done....I will grab it if it’s still avail

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#8

Hunting the yellow
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07 August 2018 11:30 pm

Colchap wrote:
Hunting the yellow wrote:

price drop $10 still with free postage anywhere in Australia

Done....I will grab it if it’s still avail

yes still available link to eBay listing here https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/302827040305


born 150 years too late and missed all the gold rushers

#9

1968falconxt
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08 August 2018 01:33 pm

Sold to me...


X-terra 705 with 13x10" MARS DD coil, Garrett pro pointer, Black Widow Prospecting Shovel & hand digger, dry blower, recirculating sluice with 6" Dream mat

#10

Hunting the yellow
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08 August 2018 02:21 pm

sold sorry someone on eBay got it


born 150 years too late and missed all the gold rushers

#11

1968falconxt
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08 August 2018 02:49 pm

Yeah, I bought it on ebay lol


X-terra 705 with 13x10" MARS DD coil, Garrett pro pointer, Black Widow Prospecting Shovel & hand digger, dry blower, recirculating sluice with 6" Dream mat

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#12

Hunting the yellow
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08 August 2018 05:13 pm

1968falconxt wrote:

Yeah, I bought it on ebay lol

no worries thumbsup


born 150 years too late and missed all the gold rushers


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