The Jungle Ghost — 65 Years of Worldwide Tracking on Six Continents

The Jungle Ghost — 65 Years of Worldwide Tracking on Six Continents

- Study the Skills of ManTracking and Training with the Jungle Ghost

“Tracking cannot be learned by only reading books or attending a two-week course.  It takes years of Thinking like a Tracker, and Practice on a Daily Basis.  Once a Tracker Always a Tracker — JG”

Learn about the host of this Website and how he became so involved in GPS units. Visit his website at:

Welcome to my Special Tactical Tracking School.   My name is Ed a.k.a. Dua Ma Rung  [Mr. Jungle Ghost] and I have been a “Survival Tracker” and “Manhunter” for over 65 years on Six Continents.  I am involved with Law Enforcement and Search and Recovery and Search and Rescue (SAR) to this present day. 

Need Help on Repairing Your Magellan Handheld GPS Units?

Service and Repair Questions?

Have Some Triton/Explorist Issues or Problems?  We offer free repair advise, repair software/hardware and answers for some of your Magellan GPS units.

Some examples are the Explorist 510 – 610 – 710 – GC – 110 – 310  .. Triton 200 – 300 – 400 – 500 – 1500 – 2000 and Legacy Exporist 500 – 600 and XL.

This subforum includes some repair software and information that you will not receive anywhere else.




You may not be aware but the Boss (Jungle Ghost) has over 45 Patents Worldwide.  He has just come up with a new approach for a INDESTRUCTIBLE (SM) ** SELF ADJUSTING (Patent Pending) VALVE STEM CAPS that are TMPS COMPATIBLE.

As he explains it, he was tired of having to check the tire pressure on his cars.  The TPMS sensors were triggering to low (22.0 psi) on 30 psi tire.  So he decided to create a special valve stem cap that would fill many conditions.  One is a double seal to lower the loss of tire pressure.

Another was to make the cap easy to see at night and easy to remove.  (He has tiny fingers that lose the cap in the wheel mould.) He also wanted to make the cap usable Worldwide on all Shrader tire poppet valves. 

He based his design around a modified .40 caliber brass cartridge shell. Figuring to make it large enough to see, etc.  A full description and pictures of the device is available.

The complete explanation of his new Patent Pending product is on his website

Let us know what you think?


Attention Potential Members Who Are Being Blocked

In the case when you try to register for membership and are blocked, but feel that it is a mistake, you should find displayed a link at the end of the block notification.

This is provided so that you can request to be added to the membership.  This will allow us to examine your request for membership and act accordingly.

In essence you have another opportunity to become a member.   Our aggressive Anti-Spam software is particularly sensitive to proxy servers.  Hence this special opportunity to enroll software has been added.

I sincerely apologize for this inconvenience.


New Forum Groups Targeted Specifically for Geocaching Just Added

Some of our members have guided us to the fact that we have insufficiently addressed the effective use of the X10 Explorist for Geocaching.

They are correct and I offer my apologies.    So I have moved Geocaches to the Front Burner.  You will find a New Forum Topic addressing this sector on the top section of the forum.

Please help by adding in your inputs and making our home more responsive to our fellow members.




New Header Showing Pictures Taken w/ New Camera in X10′s

Recently, I just returned from a visit to Canada.    Rather than take my camera, I traveled with new 710 with the new LCD and the new Camera.

I wanted to test some new maps for North America and the new camera. The maps were deadly accurate at 800:1

The pictures were fantastic and much improved from my old X10.  So I took nine of them and made a slideshow for the Header of this website.

You can see the results of the photographs.   The originals photo’s were 1250 pixels wide and I just cropped them to 940 X 200 images to fit the Header.

Judge for yourself how good they are.  I am sure that Magellan would also appreciate your comments.