By JAMES A. FUSSELL, The Kansas City Star
Peering under rocks, stepping over stumps and knifing through overgrown brush, Brian Yonke inspects an urban jungle in his hometown of Liberty with near-surgical precision. The thickly wooded area teams with ticks, spider webs and poison ivy. Near 100-degree heat causes sweat to drop from his chin in dime-sized droplets. He doesn’t care; his $400 GPS device tells him there’s something hiding here, and he and his wife, Carlin, aren’t leaving until they find it.
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