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Dig Wars: Fort Phantom Hill Pictures

The relic hunters head to Fort Phantom Hill in Jones County, TX. The fort was a key outpost during America’s westward expansion, and no metal detectors have ever been allowed on the property before.

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Larry Cissna discusses his strategy for exploring Fort Phantom Hill. The digging area is small, only covering 22 acres, so the relic hunters will have to compete for the best spots.

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