In the News: ‘Live from the CodeBar’ Podcast featuring Uncharted Lancaster

In the News

From the Live from the CodeBar podcast with host Robert Jenner, published on February 17, 2023.

If you have talked to me in person, you know that I often start a conversation with the phrase, “I was listening to this podcast and…” So here’s an exciting twist on my usual statement, “I was the featured guest on the podcast “Live from the CodeBar” where we talked local history and treasure hunting in southcentral Pennsylvania. Topics include the Money Rocks, Doan Gang, haunted Indian gold at Safe Harbor, and James Rankin’s buried treasure. Click here to listen to the episode.


Live from the CodeBar is a twice-monthly podcast about armchair treasure hunts, codes, ciphers, puzzles, escape rooms, and puzzle subscription boxes.

Listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

If you enjoyed the episode, check out Jenner’s full back catalog of Live from the CodeBar on Spotify or wherever you listen to your podcasts. You can also find Live from the CodeBar on Facebook and Instagram.

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