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.Filed under:
Despite developing into a well-organized post, Fort Phantom Hill was abandoned in 1854 and mysteriously burned down. Then during the Civil War, the fort’s remains served as a base of operations for the Confederacy. Ron Guinazzo’s strategy for the day is to stick close to Larry Cissna, since he’s an expert at digging at locations like this.
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