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On The Trail of A Legend:  Heduvides Serrano, King of The Tomb Raiders

On The Trail of A Legend: Heduvides Serrano, King of The Tomb Raiders

Much has been said about Heduvides Serrano, discoverer of the Patecte in 1869.  Little is known.
When and where was he born, died?  What happened to two of his three daughters?  Is the amazing Peru treasure story told here true? The missing pieces are enormous. 
Three things are certain:
First, after hundreds of hours of investigation of Church records we have only scratched the surface of Heduvides´ biography.
Second, a highly capable archivist has joined our Patecte search team.  She has spent decades researching official records and unofficial sources in Ecuador.
Third, legends and myths surrounding Heduvides only grow with time. They are rooted in a simple reality:  
Everybody dreams of striking it rich.  Heduvides did it. 
In a few hours he became one of the richest men in the Americas.
Here is how it happened … 

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Fannie Lou Hamer’s America

Fannie Lou Hamer’s America

Fannie Lou Hamer’s America is a new and original documentary that allows the fearless and dynamic Mississippi sharecropper-turned-human rights activist- to tell her own story in her own words. In this film, Fannie Lou Hamer does so through her oral histories, powerful songs, handwritten letters and rarely seen video footage captured during her lifetime.

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Daylight Follows

Daylight Follows

This is the true story of Rick, a teenage American soldier who survives D-Day, whilst Irving a Czechoslovakian Jew suffers in Auschwitz before being forced on a death march west. Battling through Europe, Rick discovers Buchenwald where Irving is fighting for his life. They form a friendship that will last a lifetime.

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LATINA OWNED

LATINA OWNED

LATINA OWNED chronicles the life of Keshia, a young charismatic undocumented Latina living in New York City, who decides to start her own business....

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