Published on May 25, 2017
Dig a Little DEEPER (Pun Intended): Treasure Chest
Featured Image: Actual Forrest Finn Hidden Treasure Chest which has spiked the greatest treasure hunt in modern history.
I’ve not posted to the THEI Treasure Chest for some time although its an extremely popular category. Sorry about that. But there are still lots of treasures out there, both big and small, to be found!
Sadly our first post reminds us of just how deadly this hobby can be. Be careful in your search, please. (We can’t afford to lose even one regular to our site). . .Dennis Crenshaw
Man Dies While Searching For $2M Treasure Reportedly Buried In Rocky Mountains
A treasure hunter may have given his life in a search for $2 million in gold. Paris Wallace, 52, vanished along a remote stretch of the Rio Grande in New Mexico. He’s the latest victim in the search for a chest full of treasure which an eccentric millionaire named Forrest Fenn says he buried seven years ago in the Rocky Mountains. Fenn wrote clues to where the treasure was buried in his book, ‘The Thrill of the Chase.’ Thousands have become obsessed with the finding the loot.
State Police Chief asks Forrest Fenn to call off treasure hunt
State Police Chief asks Forrest Fenn to call off treasure hunt – Source: http://krqe.com/2017/06/20/state-poli…
Forrest Fenns Treasure Hunt Clues
YouTube ~ Hush Whisper
PLEASE READ CHANNEL DESCRIPTION.
This video will tell you about what Forrest hid within the Map and Poem.
Go here to see the hidden pictures that are in the MAP, that I spoke of in this video.
For more YouTube videos on the Forrest Fenn Hidden Treasure use this link
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Featured Image: Gold coins. CREDIT:Theodore Scott. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons. (Public Domain).
Three armed men stole approximately $4 million in gold Sunday during a brazen armed robbery that took place on an interstate highway in North Carolina, the security guards transporting the valuables told police.
According to the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office, the two armed TrasValue Inc. guards said their armored truck experienced mechanical problems on I-95 that forced them to pull over to the side of the road around 6:30 p.m. . . . Read Complete Report
Dig a little DEEPER ~ THEI.us Archive “Treasure Chest”
Featured Image: Ghaziabad (Hindustani pronunciation: [ɣaːziːaːbaːd̪]) is a city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. sometimes referred to as the “Gateway of UP” because it neighbours New Delhi and is the main route to Uttar Pradesh. CREDIT: Charitsharma. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain)
Glowing for Gold: News of treasure hunt in Unnao village goes around the globe
Unnao gold hunt leads to digging for precious metal elsewhere
LUCKNOW: The Unnao gold hunt has led to illegal digging at forts and temples rumoured to have hidden treasures in Uttar Pradesh.
Shobhan Sarkar, the seer who had “dreamt” about 1,000 tonne gold buried under Unnao’s Daundia Khera fort, had said the precious metal was hidden in Fatehpur’s Adampur area as well. . . . Read Complete Report
From SFGate Updated 7:40 am, Friday, September 27, 2013
BERLIN (AP) — Attention all passengers: could the person who left a stash of gold bars and a pile of banknotes in the luggage deposit at Cologne’s main railway station kindly contact German police? . . . Read Complete Report
Featured Image: The Way to Kukuanaland, from King Solomon’s Mines (1885) by H. Rider Haggard. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons. (This media file is in the public domain in the United States. This applies to U.S. works where the copyright has expired, often because its first publication occurred prior to January 1, 1923. See this page for further explanation).
BEST IF VIEWED IN FULL SCREEN MODE
Published on Oct 28, 2012
This is the Bill Burrud Treasure series and is for the Lost Ben Sublett gold mine in the New Mexico and Texas area.
Featured Image: Gold American eagle coin. SOURCE: U.S. Mint. (Public Domain)
Published on Jun 5, 2013
More than a dozen states have introduced laws to recognize gold as legal currency.
A Florida man who went hunting for pythons in Florida’s Everglades returned instead with a mysterious treasure: an antique, diamond-studded gold medallion that could date back to the 17th century.
How the handmade, penny-sized amulet got there is a riddle. One theory is it could have been aboard a ValuJet plane that crashed nearby in May 1996 – or that perhaps it was part of the debris field from an Eastern Airlines crash in the same area in 1972. The fact that it is partially melted on one side could support that idea. . . . Read Complete Report with photos.