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Britain / Sunken Treasure #920325

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 02, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(London: Nick Watt) The discovery off the British coast of the sunken HMS Victory, which went down in 1744 with maybe a billion in gold, featured; scenes shown from the Discovery Channel's "Treasure Quest" of the ship and artifacts under water in the English Channel. [Odyssey Marine Exploration, Inc., CEO Greg STEMM†- says no one knew what happened to her.] [Odyssey archaeologist Neil Cunningham DOBSON†- talks about the search.] [Odyssey project manager Tom DETTWEILER†- admits we are looking for treasure.]

Gibson, Charles;
Watt, Nick

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