Underwater Treasure

“New technologies have made deep water wrecks easily accessible” reports the United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization. This includes 90 Spanish Galleons and 40 Portuguese Indiamen off the Azores.
Radio telescope technology has been used for decades to determine specific elements on the periodic table by recognizing individual wavelength returns. Radio telescopes from earth pointed into space can easily identify specific metallic elements from millions of miles away, but now this ground-based technology launched into space in a satellite, and focused upon the world’s oceans, could possibly reveal lost maritime mysteries missing for centuries - especially the shipwrecks with super conductor cargos onboard such as gold!


Lost and Found is an exciting breakout novel by Tom Williams that is receiving many incredible reviews and national acclaim. Has someone really discovered a method for using a satellite to find lost shipwrecks that still contain gold? Does the ultimate treasure map now exist? Can all the lost treasure ships, undiscovered for centuries, now be identified and located with specific GPS coordinates?


In Lost and Found, two British scientists pioneer a means of exploring for hidden oil reserves using a geological survey satellite; however, they find a treasure worth much more than black gold - they find real gold in every lost and sunken treasure ship in the world’s oceans.


Together with a beautiful dive master and salvage expert, they go after the treasures of antiquity that are all there for the taking—if the adventuresome trio can just stay alive long enough, fleeing a madman who chases them from the exotic, tropical waters of South Florida to the depths of the Black Sea in Europe.


For more information, watch Tom Williams being interviewed recently on FOX International Television and on the “Daily Buzz” network television at the following link: www.ascotmedia.com/pressroom.html.

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