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Fifteen men on a dead man’s chest, yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum! The X marks the spot, so get your shovel ready and start digging. Money, gold and jewelry stashed away on some mysterious island usually means trouble. From the mists of time, when mythical gods and legendary heroes roamed the Earth, though the Middle Ages and even the last couple of centuries, we have records of great treasures that seem to have vanished, leaving behind only pies in the sky. Fascinating examples of opulence and decadence, the world knelt to their power and wept at their disappearance. They witnessed the rise and fall of civilizations, and now they are gone. Or are they? →Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/toptenznet?sub_confirmation=1 → → GET A T-SHIRT - http://www.toptenz.net/toptenz-t-shirts →Top 10 Objects That Were Clearly Invented Just to Annoy Physics: https://youtu.be/0MVGeRa-vLo Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Brand new videos 7 days a week! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theoriginaltoptenz/ Learn more about the host: →Simon's VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvqt8j7DfPmveJp3UOk9XTg Business inquiries to [email protected] Other TopTenz Videos: Top 10 Toys In Your Closet That Could Make You Rich https://youtu.be/uhSERQzHjkI?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnLd6PJtZgDrcq1Qzqiqikzy Top 10 Valuable Items You Won’t Believe People Threw Away https://youtu.be/zL87r-DsiOY?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnLt3JIYHY_PUk7TrxFJZFGK Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/10-treasures-lost-mists-time.php Coming up: 10. Blackbeard’s Treasure 9. The Amber Room 8. Treasure of Lima 7. Montezuma’s Treasure 6. Leon Trabuco’s Gold 5. Treasure of El Dorado 4. Flor do Mar 3. Ark of the Covenant 2. The Pharaohs’ Missing Treasure 1. Treasure of the Knights Templar Source/Further reading: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/pirates/bbeard.html http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/did-archaeologists-uncover-blackbeards-treasure-215890/?no-ist http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2479204/More-treasure-Blackbeards-ship-divers-salvage-cannon-wreck-captained-notorious-pirate.html http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/a-brief-history-of-the-amber-room-160940121/?no-ist http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1369271/60-year-hunt-Russian-Czars-missing-Amber-Room-discovery-Germany.html http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/may/08/cocos-islands-rich-pirate-history http://www.businessinsider.com/british-explorer-closes-in-on-legendary-treasure-of-lima-2012-8 http://www.tenochtitlanfacts.com/Montezuma-II.html http://www.thelifeofadventure.com/montezumas-gold/ http://unsolved.com/archives/leon-trabuco%E2%80%99s-gold http://www.aaronjudkins.com/#!blog/c1tsw http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/archaeology/el-dorado/ http://www.granpaititi.com/index.php?id=121&lang=en http://www.topsecretwriters.com/2012/08/flor-de-la-mar-treasure-ship/ http://www.thescubanews.com/30/09/2013/scuba-diving-features/dive-briefings/wreck-briefings/the-elusive-wreck-of-the-portuguese-carrack-flor-do-mar/ http://www.topsecretwriters.com/2012/08/flor-de-la-mar-treasure-ship/ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2069765/Ark-Covenant-revealed-leaking-roof-Ethiopian-chapel.html http://news.discovery.com/history/ancient-egypt/mummy-mystery-multiple-tombs-hidden-in-valley-of-kings-131205.htm http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/herihor.htm http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2592649/Archaeologists-race-secure-ancient-burial-site-three-Egyptian-kings-make-treasure-Tutankhamuns-tomb-look-like-display-Woolworths.html http://rdoriangrey.hubpages.com/hub/dorians-mysteries-revealed-the-treasure-of-the-knights-templar http://istina.rin.ru/eng/ufo/text/180.html
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Anatol SG (6 days ago)
#9 Kaliningrad is in Russia, but in Germany!!! I start doubting your content as can see many flaws in your series :(
Eoin m (12 days ago)
mist or midst mist just seems weird to me in this sentence
Maggie Bastolla (20 days ago)
That “fact” about the Jewish belief regarding the origin of the Ark of the Covenant from isn’t even close. It makes me doubt that you research anything much. Where do your “facts” come from anyway?
Odd Wonderland (21 days ago)
Can you edit titles? The word is 'midst'. It has a different definition than 'mist'. Please put more effort forth.
Frredomfromjunkscience (28 days ago)
Well, Who knows what's buried on Oak Island?
Jake Cooper (1 month ago)
The Amber Room I think would be the most important find from this list, bur sadly is the most likely to be simply destroyed. The Ark or the Grail would obviously be more significant, but we don't really know if they are more than myths.
Gary Host (2 months ago)
I've been watching top tenz lists for over 2 years now and I still can't watch the episode without cringing at his pronunciation of Tutankhamun
Bryce (5 months ago)
Indiana Jones found the Ark of the covenant, everyone knows that
Grace Pringle (21 days ago)
MrWosull (5 months ago)
7:10 What exactly is the evidence that would lead one to believe it was all one giant heist?
RageUnicorn (6 months ago)
There's the legend of the Niebelungen Treasure that's supposed to have been dumped into the Rhein river near Worms in Germany about 500 years ago, according to the _Niebelungenlied_ the german national epic (like the Athurian legend for England or whatever) It's about a guy who kills a dragon and them bathes in its bloos to become invincible, but a leaf falls on his shoulder and so there he's killable and that's what gets him killed obviously and somehow he had a great gold treasure and the guy who kills him throws it in the river. And I think he also deflowers/rapes his wives brothers wife. Have never actually read it tho, only a summary in school and my dad told me about the treasure and dragon parts before that too
Mycel (8 months ago)
israelis did not exist in biblical times, those were israelites, aka OG jews. israelis are citizens of the modern state of israel.
Haistapaska01 (8 months ago)
1. THE Arc of covenant
Donkeyearsa (8 months ago)
More than half of thies either never existed or was found long ago and was never was reported. The only ones that I would believe that will ever be found is the sunken ships. All the others there is nothing left to be found if it ever existed in the first place.
ELCAPATAZ (10 months ago)
The Legend of El Dorado takes place in Colombia not Peru.
LizzyMarieTina (10 months ago)
I love your channel but your misspellings and mispronunciations are annoying. I think you mean midst of time, fleur instead of flor, and the ancient people from Israel are Israelites not the modern Israelis.
Mich Ellio (10 months ago)
Simon need's a toupee . Alien's need dread's. Bald people can not be trusted !
Craig Jensen (10 months ago)
I can't believe you didn't include the 12 billion in cash that America misplaced in Iraq.
T S (10 months ago)
his name is pronounced too-ten-kah-men you simpleton
Followlost (8 months ago)
Said the simpleton
Hi-Fidude66 (10 months ago)
We can coordinate a satellite to fly right by a tiny planet at the edge of our solar system, but we cant find a gold train located somewhere in central Europe.
Equinaught (10 months ago)
I cant stand how hes bastardizing those names like its nothing without even mentioning that he doesnt know how to say them.
Wishful Thinking (10 months ago)
What about the nations gold supply from Fort Knox.
Viscera Trocar (11 months ago)
Blackbeard was a pirate. Pirates didn't bury or hide treasure. They spent it, and mostly looted practical things. In all liklihood there is no tresure and Blackbeard was just trolling in his last words. He was a pirate, after all.
OR... that's what HE wanted you to THINK ;)
Emperor Palpatine (11 months ago)
How does a room disappear? Even Tommy Wiseaus ‘the room’ won’t go away
Sadly, amber being basically tree resin, it burns pretty well. In all likeliness, the room was setup by the germans in Koenigsberg castle, which was bombed by the russians with incendiary shells in the latest days of the war... you do the maths. And considering who was at the head of the USSR at the time, it's no wonder no-one really hurried to admit the blunder to the commander in chief...
rex mundi (1 year ago)
The Ark of the Covenant is probably exaggerated like everything else in the Old Testament. At least you didn't mention Oak Island, which is a hoax. Everything we "know" about it was fabricated over the years.
fana 666 (1 year ago)
Is not montezuma , the correct name is Motecuhzoma
Erik G (1 year ago)
I love all your channels so much!!
Luke Newton (1 year ago)
I enjoy the videos but the pronunciation of names and places is pretty terrible.  Sorry Simon.
TopgunExcel (1 year ago)
No peacock throne?
david barnett (1 year ago)
You over estimate my math skills.
nicky duncan (1 year ago)
Why do you say things in dollars and not pounds?
savage1267 (1 year ago)
Lol. Do you honestly think the Arc of the Covenant is a real thing?
Sam Thompson (1 year ago)
Did he just say the lost a room...
Q Green (1 year ago)
Who are the weirdos that always hit the dislike?
Anais Nin (1 year ago)
Some of the value of these treasures may be underestimated. Treasure salvors working on wrecks of Spanish treasure ships have sometimes found more treasure than was originally estimated. How can this be possible? Apparently most of the crew and passengers smuggles their own stashes aboard ship. This actually sounds logical. If you were in that situation wouldn't you?
Bob Hollywood (1 year ago)
yer pronouncing king Tut's name differently than I've ever heard it, and you have a history of mispronunciation, but I like the way you say it!
Atreyu79 (1 year ago)
#5 It's Moctezuma, not Montezuma. And it's Tenochtitlan (Te-Noch-Tee-Tlan). Love your videos, but try to do more research on the pronunciation of names of places and people :)
Christiana Bradshaw (4 months ago)
Atreyu79 Really? I've never seen or heard MoCtezuma before.
blairbug (1 year ago)
The Amber room has been rebuilt in Russia. Catherine the Great's summer home housed it in the past, however, Germany destroyed the palace. However, they have reconstructed the palace as well as the Amber room. I've seen it, it's very beautiful.
Wishful Thinking (10 months ago)
blairbug But the original was lost. Reproduction fails by comparison and doesn't count.
Donkeyearsa (1 year ago)
how many of these treasures are just myth or was long before spent before they so called disappeared.
Simão Gonçalves (1 year ago)
This video makes me want to be Nathan Drake in real life and start looking for the treasures right now.
bishr karim (1 year ago)
fun population inside cswgs debate frame error market hold home.
Desperadox23 (1 year ago)
Again you're treating the bible as a reliable source instead as a book of fairy tales.I'm losing all respect I had for your channel because I have to doubt how accurate your other informations are.Unsubbed.
Wishful Thinking (10 months ago)
Desperadox23 Bye.✌
Doomy McDoomerson (1 year ago)
Per #3, God himself did not build the Ark of the Covenant. He gave the plans to Moses and Moses commissioned Bezalel and Oholiab to construct it.
Kaliningrad is presently in Russia
Zaha Kamarudin (1 year ago)
The greatest treasure lost is the stolen gold vaults of the Iraqi government during the American transgression. Trillion dollars worth of gold reserve of the oil rich Iraq, which were meant as monetary instrument against the US Dollar, were stolen by the US.
Caleb Gordon (1 year ago)
I bet if NASA spend allot of time in the ocean instead of space they could have recovered most of the treasure probably more, but noooo let's spend time on Mars only exploring less than 1% of the ocean.
Chris Holdread (2 years ago)
So many ships sunk with gold. I guess Poseidon love gold
kesselrunner (2 years ago)
lol Toontonkamoon! That's hilarious! I think he's just messing with us. Nobody mispronounces things that badly that often unless it's intentional.
Paul Robison (2 years ago)
The Ark wasn't built by God and Moses. The ark was designed by God and built by Aaron (Moses' brother and goldsmith). The tablets were made by God.
advocatefish d (2 years ago)
Anybody ask the Babylonians about the Arc? Like the invaded sooooo.
Jim Bee (2 years ago)
simon, God did not build the Ark with Mosea on top of the mountain. God gave Moses the design and then Moses had the Ark built. Read the book of Exodus for the details.
Duff The duff (1 year ago)
Jim Bee or he can do something more usefull with his time
baldrian22 (2 years ago)
where did i put my spade and metal detector hmmm
Toynamin (2 years ago)
Benjamin Gates can find these lost treasures.
jim white (2 years ago)
I dis like when ppl use false facts
Stephen (2 years ago)
Those pronunciations.... If you get one wrong, ok, but damn.... So may words said wrong. Also it's Israelites when referring to pre-modern inhabitants of Israel.
Linda Doggett (28 days ago)
I don't think I have ever heard Tutankhamun ever massacred so badly.
Rick Duff (2 years ago)
So in another video this guy debunked the city of el dorado as not existing,...
danceswithcritters (2 years ago)
gold has an artificial value anyway.
franciman2 (2 years ago)
themadness1925 (2 years ago)
The Ark of the Covenant is the most important artifact in Judaism. And when the Babylonians attacked Jerusalem, the Isrealites didn't flee, they were captured and taken back to Babylon.
BJGvideos (2 years ago)
You say that the Ark of the Covenant is sacred to Christianity but then that it disappeared more than 600 years before Christ was born. I mean come on who proofread this?
savage1267 (1 year ago)
BJGvideos It can be sacred to them. It's obviously a made-up story. Whatever.
nosuchthing8 (1 year ago)
no typo mate. The Christian bible contains the new and old testament. The old testament refers to the ark of the covenant.
John Kelly (2 years ago)
I noticed that, too. It really isn't much of a thing in Christianity.
diggy doug (2 years ago)
Raid the Catholic Vatican you Will seek a lot of answers they have a lot trust me
james von Brunn (2 years ago)
Simon ♬ ♬
Adam Smith (2 years ago)
+TopTenz just wondering, for number 3 you said the babylonians looted Jerusalem in 607 B.C. when the conventional date given is 587 B.C. Just so you know the date your referring to comes is completely ahistorical. It is a date featured frequently by Jehovah's Witnesses conspicuously in place of the 587 B.C. to legitimize their theology. Thought that was strange, seeing that was in your video. No one uses that date but them, and its for a very specific reason.
Denise F (2 years ago)
why pronounce tutankhamun like that? !?
Walker McLeod (2 years ago)
Learn how to pronounce Tutankhamun...
Erica Cole (1 year ago)
Walker McLeod Seconded. Bad pronunciation really annoys me. Read through scripts a few times before recording, check pronunciations of unknown words with a third party and then go practise some more.
Scott T. (2 years ago)
El Dorado doesn't exist. It was just a tale to keep the conquistadors from stopping at the civilization that told them about it.
O'Boyle Family (9 months ago)
Like a lot of legends, there is a small piece of truth. There was a tribe who was rich because of their salt production. They used gold in ceremonies, being sunk in a lake. So the legend started they were so rich, they threw gold away. This most likely caused the legend
md (2 years ago)
Simon. You're a nice guy but please do some work on researching pronunciation.
Konrad Nowak (2 years ago)
The Amber Room was burned by the society's because. It was connected to the nazis
Martin Borman (2 years ago)
Who is Two Tun Commune?
Catriona Charles (4 days ago)
He must know how these things are pronounced, can’t he google such things?
Cat Powell (7 days ago)
Aaron S (12 days ago)
Please don't take offence, but are you not a dead Nazi?
Char Carter (1 year ago)
That was pissing me off as well.
TheCosta5000 (1 year ago)
Martin Borman i know right ? So annoying hearing the way he said it.
LadyPotts (2 years ago)
I've watched a few of your vids. Love the content, hate your pronunciation of names and places. Please, please, please, please, please look up the proper pronunciation as research for your lists!
Razar Campbell (2 years ago)
Christ!! Does this guy deliberately mispronounce names? I stopped watching these vids for this very reason, got drawn back by titles like the title of this vid, only to be driven to tears by the rampant, apparently arbitrary pronunciation the host once again inflicts on us...
Gregory Monahan (1 year ago)
He apologizes frequently about his mispronunciation. I still think he's far better than those auto robotic voices. i
Marxg2009 (2 years ago)
well this bold guy ...is really good and since now a I'm a big fan of you dude well done
Brodie Donovan (2 years ago)
What? The whole room disappeared?
Avery Christy (1 year ago)
The walls were covered in panels, which were in turn covered with worked amber, gold, and jewels. They took the panels down, boxed them up, shipped them off.
Dawn Maclear (2 years ago)
the walls were covered. all of that was taken down and put into boxes
Owen Oulton (2 years ago)
The ancient tribes of Israel were called Israelites. Israelis are citizens of the modern post-1948 State of Israel.
Mycel (8 months ago)
david keating what rock do you live under? you don't even know the proper lingo. the terms of choice if you don't want to say "the jews" are "zionists" and "the occupation". it's a bit silly to call people invaders when the "invasion" happened between 120 and 50 years ago. although it does of course fit with granting palestinians hereditary refugee status...
LizzyMarieTina (10 months ago)
Owen Oulton yes! It got on my nerves that he was doing that.
B Baer (1 year ago)
david keating no
david murray (1 year ago)
david keating nah, they are Israeli. Stop living in an era before ww2.
david keating (1 year ago)
Owen Oulton I think you mean Invaders and the country is Palestine
gsteel98 (2 years ago)
so how is something worth 2 billion more rare than something worth 10?
gsteel98 (2 years ago)
+Sander van Duren well I think I'd rather have 10 billion than 2. like almost everyone in this world lol
Sander van Duren (2 years ago)
gsteel98 rare is not necessarily more valuable
Rebecca Easley (2 years ago)
I have some suggestions for you. With Christmas coming up, I thought it would be fun to do some TopTenz about different aspects of the holiday season. For example, Christmas songs and their origins, Christmas traditions in different countries, ornaments, stockings, Christmas dinner dishes, cookies, the massive marketing by retailers, odd decorations and their meaning (pickle ornament, leg lamp, etc), Christmas light displays. Heck you could do a 12 days of Christmas about Christmas! Just a thought. Love the channel! :-)
Rebecca Easley (2 years ago)
Outstanding! Can't wait to see what you come up with. Merry Christmas! :-)
TopTenz (2 years ago)
We have a whole bunch of Christmas lists we have written, just haven't published as videos. http://www.toptenz.net/?s=Christmas
Chris Quint (2 years ago)
not to sound like a dbag, but can you please in the future check the pronunciation of some words before speaking them incorrectly? conquistadors stood out here, being Spanish the "qui" is said as "key". these videos are usually entertaining and certainly enjoyable.
Craig S (2 years ago)
Etymology is redundant. Once a foreign word is taken into a language, its original pronounciation is overwritten
Mrs. Thomas (2 years ago)
I don't believe that anyone will ever find Blackbeard's treasure. It is thought that either he hid it so well that it will never be found or that someone found it not too long after the sinking of the Queen Anne. They say that Blackbeard had a trusted silversmith friend that he told of its whereabouts. If that is true then he would more than likely went after it not long after Blackbeard's death. It's a cool story to research.
Adam Martin (2 years ago)
Kaliningrad is located in a Russian exclave at the Baltic coast, Not in Germany!
KK Foto (1 day ago)
Yes, a mistake. Königsberg / Kaliningrad belonged to Prussia, then Germany until 1945, now Russia.
Anatol SG (6 days ago)
Да я увидел он нередко ложь несёт про нас
Anatol SG (6 days ago)
+Carewolf he said "currently Kaliningrad - Germany"
Carewolf (1 year ago)
Ex-germany, but then it would be referred to as Prussia or East Prussia depending on time-period. The combination of Kaliningrad and Germany made no sense.
raghav singh (2 years ago)
do some research on the Juno mission. I would really appreciate a list on that topic. thank you
Waune76 (2 years ago)
We've all heard of the painting Whistlers mother. But have any of you seen my painting? Its called Mothers whistler. its of your mums fanny. LOL ;D
Grimbjorn Skjaldulfr (2 years ago)
Ah, the Templar treasure myth... It was assets not actual money. Of course I have no proof of this but consider the amount of money it takes to maintain a castle. (Millions in equivalent money) Then consider they had many scattered over Europe and the Holy Lands. Yes, these European castles generate some income but that is used for upkeep and the rest is sent to maintain the castles in the Holy Lands because they can't support themselves. Then you have the people of the order themselves to maintain, I'm sure you can see where this is going. If you are still unsure what I mean, imagine you win/inherit/somehow gain a mansion worth 1 million dollars. Congratulations, you now have an asset worth 1 million dollars but you have to maintain it and it won't buy you food or pay it's own power bills.
Avery Christy (1 year ago)
The reason why King Phillip of France persecuted the Knights Templar was that he had borrowed an immense fortune from them and he could not pay his debt. So, rather than pay the gargantuan debt, he decided to hunt down and kill his bankers. That's probably why their treasury was filled with IOU notes.
Piloulegrand (2 years ago)
Not really armrchair douchebag no, It's today the position that most historians have about the subject, that the " tresor " was more a metaphor to describe the immense wealth in land they had than actually a physical pile of gold and jewelry. They also lended quite a big amount of money to several kings, so they also had a wealth in " obligations "
Grimbjorn Skjaldulfr (2 years ago)
Ya know, I sound like a douche bag armchair expert when what I really should be saying is good job people, I love watching this channel and I've learned a lot from you. Keep up the awesome work.
Ash Ketchum (2 years ago)
there should be an uncharted game for all of these
Jacob Mcclendon (2 years ago)
+Ash Ketchum they just announced a spin off uncharted game is in the works
Ash Ketchum (2 years ago)
+Jacob Mcclendon :(
Jacob Mcclendon (2 years ago)
we can dream
Jack Sparrow (2 years ago)
What about the gold of general Kolchak that was lost in Siberia during Russian Civil War? Now it is worth billions of dollars.
tonpal (2 years ago)
It is interesting that you talk about the value of the Ark of the Covenant to Christianity but barely mention its significance in Judaism and do not mention Islam at all. The precious tablets that it was built to contain are not just important as a gift from GOD but form the historical basis of law and order in much of the world today.
Bera Dilbaz (2 years ago)
tonpal why shouldn't we mention islam, what did they do?
When The Music's Over (2 years ago)
"He who is valiant and pure of spirit, may find the treasure of The Knights Templar hidden in the Castle Of AAAAAAAAARGH." - Joseph of Arimathea
Gunslinger 256 (1 year ago)
If he was dying he wouldn't write out "Aaaaaarrgh!".
Erehnford Twifflebat (2 years ago)
I'm confused, how do you lose a room?
Jacob Mcclendon (2 years ago)
the room was filled with amber furnishings,panels, ornaments, and I believe also furniture although I could be wrong about that last one. these things are what the Germans stole. it is just called the amber room because these thing are what makes it the amber room.
Rodrigo Azorin (2 years ago)
Jay Entrepreneur (2 years ago)
The Ark of the Covenant definitely should be #1. Priceless..
Brandon Toad (5 months ago)
+Jay Entrepreneur no.
Pure Krazy (11 months ago)
The ark is weath of knowledge not materials
Benny Löfgren (1 year ago)
Jay Entrepreneur It's in a warehouse somewhere in the US...
Carewolf (1 year ago)
So is the holy grail. It is literally the holy grail of treasures.
The Schnauz (1 year ago)
Jay Entrepreneur I'm really confused when you say "Blacks have no history beyond slavery." Do you count DNA evidence? There is plenty of evidence that African Americans generally came from West Africa, although some have East African origins as well. You may not have a genealogy record but there is a DNA record.
Will (2 years ago)
The amber room most likely burned.
Dawn Maclear (2 years ago)
it was put into a bunch of boxes and not all boxes have been examined yet
Jacob Mcclendon (2 years ago)
Yeah I forgot about that
Will (2 years ago)
+Jacob Mcclendon they made an identical replica, you can even visit it.
Jacob Mcclendon (2 years ago)
+Will that would be a shame if that was the case
Will (2 years ago)
+Jacob Mcclendon I dont think the nazis burned it. in my opinion the most likely theory is the fact that the red army destroyed it (probably by accident) when they were aggressively shelling and capturing Königsberg Castle.
Joe (2 years ago)
they actually found the amber room
Jacob Mcclendon (2 years ago)
are you referring to that supposed buried train that 2 treasure hunters found a few years back? become last I heard they made up the story. please give details.
Silkendrum (2 years ago)
Where? When? I know it was recreated (anew, new materials, not reconstructed) recently, but I believe the original is still missing.
Waynew Hersel (2 years ago)
I've been trying to be the first poster on the all of the banal, celebrity/gamer/Marvel vs. DC channels, and thus far my furious efforts have resulted in dismal failure. This video has been uploaded for two hours and there are only 34 posts. I foresee a much better chance of success in my quest to be a prolific firster. And on a less idiotic note, nice work on the videos Simon. I think that your channel was the first youtube channel that I subscribed to.
Edwin (2 years ago)
even if i found the ark of the covenant, i would not touch it. but i would sell the info of the location lol
Ridle (2 years ago)
I know this sounds stupid but i really want to be a treasure hunter
Rick aka Shock Shockey (6 months ago)
I want to be a treasure FINDER.
Will West (2 years ago)
RedRiddleGaming no man i hear you
MrPython1996 (2 years ago)
RedLordBoss You could try Geocaching mate. Kinda like a lame version of treasure hunting :)
Joey R (2 years ago)
Seems very exhilarating, kinda like The DaVinci Code and that one treasure movie with Nicholas Cage.
Emily Otley-Howard (2 years ago)
Shockwave 2 (2 years ago)
Rather annoyingly, even if the gold coins and such were found, the hunters would be hounded by "proper owners" to get it back....even though they wouldn't have not done ANYTHING to retrieve it themselves...
fr0zenmotion (2 years ago)
that is why if you find it you stay quiet and melt down all the gold and silver, once melted and reshaped they cant prove anything with it.
Jacob Mcclendon (2 years ago)
yeah really saps at your incentive doesn't it and the bright side you would still get the glory and recognition.
wysiwyg43 (2 years ago)
Seriously, is it worth it to look for lost treasures? The time and money alone would be quixotic and pointless. But if any is found, color me impressed.
Piloulegrand (2 years ago)
Yep you are right, if you do it, it would be more for the thrill and historical value of said treasures, because you are more likely to spend more money on finding it than the actual stuff
Marcus Lobenstein (2 years ago)
If you find it some countries/people can claim it, taxes etc. sometimes the company loses money, even if they find the treasure.
Joey R (2 years ago)
Quixotic..... I learned a new word! Thanks for that!
Au60schild (2 years ago)
Just curious. Did your title and lead-in mean "Lost in the MIDST of time", the proper phrasing of what you're hinting at?
Joey R (2 years ago)
TopTenz. Absolutely beautiful, you guys put thought into every aspect of your videos! Make sure to never veer from this! Even your title!!
WolvenSpectre (2 years ago)
There is a Top Ten list for you to do. Common phrases that are misused, not the original phrasing, or has hominomic counterparts people mix up.
TopTenz (2 years ago)
Nope. Mists of time. http://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/mists-of-time
Hawbitten (2 years ago)
No 1. Simon's hair! ............ I'll see myself out.
Mattteus (2 years ago)
Jameson Weimann (2 years ago)
and number 1
Jameson Weimann (2 years ago)
I just knew number 3 would be on the list

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