Episode 3 – Million Dollar Decoy

Imagine finding a lost treasure…only to lose it again. Such was the case in the 1960s, when a diver named Teddy Tucker discovered a golden, emerald-studded cross in a 15th century shipwreck, and donated the relic to Bermuda’s national aquarium. When it came time to move the cross to a new exhibit, Tucker went to examine the artifact and discovered that something was amiss….

Theme by Devin. General Music from PurplePlanet and Derek Fiechter

Recuerdos de la Alhambra (Memories of the Alhambra) Composed by Francisco Tárrega

Nocturne oublièe in C. Composed by Chopin and performed by Markus Staab

Cool Vibes – Film Noire and Covert Affair by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Episode 2 – Mandate of Heaven

For over a thousand years, whoever held the Heirloom Seal of the Realm, held the power over the nation of China. The dynastic Emperors used the jade seal to enact the laws that would shape Chinese history for generations–and many died by its decree. Did the Imperial Seal vanish with the dynasties? Was it stolen during revolt? Or does someone–knowingly or unknowingly–have it in their private collection?

Music in this episode comes from several brilliant artists via YouTube, including Derek Fiechter, Teresa Tan, and Jess D.

Title theme by Devin. Connect with Relic at: @LostTreasurePod

Episode 1 – Shattered Amber

The Amber Room was once considered the eighth wonder of the world, and a symbol of peace between two of Europe’s most powerful nations. A priceless chamber of wall-to-wall amber mosaics, furniture, and ornaments, it adorned a Russian palace for 300 years until the Nazis came along and ruined everything. Typical Nazis. Who was really responsible for the disappearance of the Amber Room, and is it still out there…waiting to be uncovered?

Theme song composed by Devin. All music in this episode is in the public domain and protected by common use law. Many of these tracks can be found on Musopen. Attributions are as follows:

Siegfried’s Funeral March – Composed by Richard Wagner and Performed by the United States Marine Band

Russian Easter Festival Overture, Op. 36 – Composed by Beethoven and Performed by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra

Swan Lake Op.20 – Act I Intro – Composed by Tchaikovsky

Bolero – Composed by Maurice Ravel and Performed by Andre Rieu

The Planets, Op. 32 – I. Mars, the Bringer of War – Composed by Gustav Holst

Sentimental Waltz – Composed by Tchaikovsky

Nocturne in C – Composed by Chopin, performed by Diana Hughes

Different themes for piano and flute – IV. Russian air – Composed by Beethoven

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