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Crater Of Diamonds State Park Is The Road Trip Stop That Could Actually Make You Rich

Every trip has a silver lining. And in this case, it’s a diamond. Visitors to Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas just might strike it rich: For the price of admission, they get to dig in a field that’s the eroded surface of a large diamond-bearing volcanic crater ? and they have the potential to unearth diamonds worth thousands of dollars. Last week, a father-daughter duo found a 2.
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There are many versions of the tale, of how a man named John Wesley Huddleston became the first person to find diamonds in the soil of this jewel-rich crater near Murfreesboro, Arkansas, dubbing him the “Diamond King.” The most well...

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Susie Clark and her husband spent days hunting diamonds at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas, before finding a 3.69-carat white diamond, which she saw "sticking out of a furrow ridge in the plowed dirt," the pa...

Boy Finds Diamond Worth $15,000 In The Grass At State Park

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A boy who finds a diamond on a trip to a state park in Arkansas says it was a case of being in the right place at the right time. Michael Dettlaff, a 12-year-old from North Carolina, was making a trip with his family to Crater of Di...

Boy Finds 5-Carat ‘God’s Glory’ Diamond In Arkansas State Park

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Murfreesboro, AR — A 12-year-old North Carolina boy found a 5.16-carat honey brown diamond in Arizona’s Crater of Diamonds State Park last month. Michael Dettlaff and his family were traveling to Fayetteville, Arkansas, to spend tim...

Jackpot! Dad and daughter find 2 carat diamond at Arkansas park

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Many people spend hours digging for diamonds at the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas only to walk away empty-handed.        


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