News: Excerpt from the book Treasures of the Spanish Main by John Fine

Excerpt from John Fine's book, Treasures of the Spanish Main featuring Bradley "Brad" Williamson and his treasure recoveries from Treasure Beach and locations where there might be more treasure.


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Treasure Beach


Excerpt from Treasures of the Spanish Main, copyright 2006, page 168, etc.

Bradley "Brad" Williamson is an enthusiastic  diver who has worked on Bob and Margret Weller's team

Gold and Emerald Cross - Bradley, Brad, Williamson
Gold and Emerald Cross found by Brad
 over several seasons. He bought and refitted Pandion, the Weller's legendary treasure hunting ship. Brad studied shipwrecks that the Wellers worked as subcontractors with the Fisher group, who held leases from the state of Florida.

"Let's go to Treasure Beach," Brad suggested to me when I visited him. "Every time

Silver Pieces of Eight - Bradley, Brad, Williamson
Blackened Silver Coins, K'ang Hsi Porcelain and Musket Balls found by Brad at Treasure Beach
I go down there I find something." Brad had been very lucky. While searching a spit of beach on the ocean side of U.S.1, the road from Homestead to Key West, he found coins and a small gold pendant studded with four emeralds in the sand. Brad had a penchant for finding lost treasure, but there was something special about treasure beach.

"It is likely that passengers' baggage washed overboard during the hurricane and it ended up on the beach here,"  brad said, fortunate to have found a small remnant from the shipwreck. ( The El Lerri which was one of the Spanish Treasure Galleons which in a hurricane in 1733).



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