Treasure Fever, Fraud, and Sunken Riches

By John Amrhein, Jr. witness and SEA, Ltd. investor It was 1980 when I began my search for the Spanish warship, La Galga, which ran ashore on Assateague Island, Virginia, on September 5, 1750. After two years of research, I … Continue reading

Donald Stewart: Assateague Island Con Man

In the annals of maritime history, there is probably no greater fraud than a story about a shipwreck called the San Lorenzo de Escorial. This story purported to solve a centuries old mystery about where the horses that run wild … Continue reading