If you are a fan of "The Curse of Oak Island" TV show, you probably segued right into watching the "Curse of Civil War Gold" show, like I did this spring. The "Civil War Gold" show is based on events that happened in Muskegon and concern rumors of $140 million in confederate gold that MAY be at the bottom of Lake Michigan.

Good news, if you're a fan - according to MLive.com, Lakeshore Museum Center in Muskegon is conducting tours of the Hackley and Hume houses, starting tomorrow. If you're a fan you know Charles Hackley and Thomas Hume are at the heart of the "Civil War Gold" story. Plus, in August, the museum will present a mock trial which will cover the evidence known about the gold and IF it really is on the bottom of Lake Michigan.


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