Space Exploration Leads To An Epic Treasure Hunt

In 1963, astronaut Gordon Cooper circled around the earth while aboard the record-breaking Faith 7 flight. During this mission, he made 22 revolutions around the earth to look for nuclear launch sites. Although he snapped pictures to capture these launch sites, he also took pictures of unusual metallic objects beneath the sea that he discovered was sunken treasure. When Cooper returned to earth, he told no one and kept this secret for another 40 years. Then, just before he died in 2004, he shared his secret with his friend and professional treasure hunter Darrell Miklos. So Miklos teamed up with independent TV production studio, Ample, to chronicle his journey on the new, docuseries for the Discovery Channel, “Cooper’s Treasure”.

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