Basically, the short segment will focus more on the legends background and how long the story has been around rather than giving clues on searching for the supposedly hidden treasure. I hope that viewers will take away the importance of the history of the legend and not the debate whether silver and the mines ever existed. As I note in the interview, the beauty of the whole legend is just how long the search has been going on and how the legend originated at least as early as the first famous pioneers entered the wilderness that was to become Kentucky.
|KET production crew setting up for interview|
And, of course, to all those serious and dedicated searchers out there that happen across this site I did the interview from the perspective that my interest and passion for the treasure story is the story itself. I admit that there are many out there still searching every spare moment and they know far more details and clues than I do. But, as I understand, this short episode will just provide and overview of the famous legend.
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