LOST TREASURE USA
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August 1, 2004     Volume 2, Number 11
Treasure Hunter's Secret Manual

with almost 300 articles posted, photo galleries, forums, contests, and more. Coverage of Best O' North
East (BONE) events and Professional Treasure Hunters Historical Society. Sign up for our newsletter and get the latest news sent right to your email. Shop for all of your detecting needs at our online store. Streeter's is a Multiline Discount Metal Detector Dealer  with over 30 years experience. Visit us at http://www.streeter.org or call 603-357-0607
 

FROM THE EDITOR:  Issue # 35.  During the month of July I had the opportunity to go "treasure-hunting" 8 days !   I'm hoping that August provides me with at least 10 days !  I wish ALL of you great success in ALL of your adventures.

TRAIN ROBBERY !

http://dailyherald.com/community/zone_story.asp?intID=38158106&zone=ron

 

ONLINE COINS NEWSLETTER

From the UK:  http://www.onlinecoins.co.uk/newsletter/latest.html

 

YOUR NAME IN HIEROGLYPHICS

http://media.tlc.discovery.com/convergence/egyptians/interactives/heirogenerator.html

 

FORGOTTEN TREASURES

Another nice website:  http://www.icon-treasures.com/index.html

 

TEXAS COWBOY TRADING COMPANY

YEE-HAW !!  Get your western items here:  http://www.texascowboy.net/

 

FIND LOST TREASURES UNDER YOUR FEET

The 4-page sales pitch for a e-book:  http://www.imarketingtips.com/Treasure

 

THE LAST FULL-SIZED TRAIN ROBBERY IN TEXAS

http://www.texasescapes.com/FEATURES/Last_fullsized_train_robbery_Texas/train_robbery.htm

 

A NEW COIN BOOK

Cobs, Pieces of Eight and Treasure Coins:  http://www.oxbowbooks.com/bookinfo.cfm/ID/52995/OnlyResult/Yes

 

Also visit the main site to see other books on Archaeology, Prehistory, the Middle Ages and related subjects:  http://www.oxbowbooks.com/

 

A TEXAS TRAVEL SITE

Ghost towns, state parks and more:  http://www.texasescapes.com/

 

TAKE PRIDE IN AMERICA

Opportunities in volunteering on public lands:  http://www.takepride.gov/

 

A NOTE FROM FLOYD MANN--EDITOR:   The following 10 submissions are from HERB KEISTER, Utah.  Herb is one of this newsletter's top two contributor's.  THANKS Herb !

 

HISTORICAL GAZETTE

http://www.aracnet.com/~histgaz/titles.htm

 

EARLY GRANT COUNTY, OREGON

http://gesswhoto.com/beginning.html

 

GOLD PROSPECTING AREAS

http://miningold.com/togo.html

 

MINOR GOLD RUSHES, MAJOR GOLD PRODUCTION

http://historytogo.utah.gov/gold.html

 

GOLD FACTS AND TRIVIA

http://www.historichwy49.com/goldfact.html

 

300 GOLD MINE LINKS

http://www.mysteries-megasite.com/main/bigsearch/goldmine.html

 

ALASKA--THREADS OF GOLD

http://www.uaf.edu/museum/exhibits/tog/gmw.html

 

MINING AND HISTORY PAGES

http://www.goldledge.com/

 

CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH

http://www.ncgold.com/History/california-gold-rush.html

 

ANCIENT RIVERS OF GOLD

http://www.goldmaps.com/ancient_tertiary_rivers_of_gold.htm

 

ANOTHER NOTE FROM FLOYD:

Each month I receive many emails, notices and updates from two fellow Board of Directors members of WWATS:  Larry Armstrong and Keith Wills.  Most of their email concerns proposed regulations, rules and projects that affect our hobbies---and for some readers:  their income-producing enterprises !  These two guys work HARD at keeping us informed of activities that affect us.  THANKS !  Here are just two ( of many ) websites that you should earmark to your Favorites File---and refer to them weekly:

http://www.sharetrails.org/

http://www.icmj.com/

 

ALL TREASURE TALES USA

My forum on YAHOO.  Almost 400 members !  Check out the many stories in the FILES section.  MOST of the stories are submitted by Anthony Belli:  http://groups.yahoo.com/group/alltreasuretalesusa/files/

 

OUT-OF-PRINT ADVENTURE E-BOOKS

http://www.stangrist.com/ebooks.htm

 

GOLD RUSH EXPEDITIONS 

One of my Utah friends has a great expedition company.  Check out his website, enjoy the pictures and be sure to click on ALL of the buttons AND "clickable" words:  http://www.goldrushexpeditions.com/

 

A YEAR AGO TODAY !

You were reading the August 1, 2003 issue of THIS newsletter:  http://www.losttreasureusa.com/Volume1Number11August01-2003.htm

 

MY ARCHIVES

Two weeks ago you received Issue #34.  This link will take you back to where you can enjoy ( again ! ) the HUNDREDS of links in the first 33 issues of LOST TREASURE USA:

http://www.losttreasureusa.com/NewsletterAchiveIndex.htm

Treasure Hunter's Secret Manual

 

SHADOW X5

TOOL FOR THE SERIOUS HUNTER

By KARL BACKUS

I have never felt compelled to write an article about a particular metal detector until now. I have purchased and used advanced models from all of the major detector manufacturers over the years, each one promising better performance and more depth. Sadly they never seemed to live up to the hype. I have used digital, pulse, multi-frequency and dual frequency and they all worked to a degree but not what the advertisements led me to believe. I’m not just a hobby hunter and I really put a detector through its paces after reading the instruction manual from cover to cover. It is not unusual for me to detect from 6-12 hours in a day and for several days in a row. As you know my trip to Spain was quite a success even with the odds stacked against me with limited time to hunt and nearly all of the sites I knew about being planted in wheat. I am still cleaning the roman and medieval coins I found and will present photos of them to you in a later article.

The SHADOW X5 detector by Troy Custom Detectors, Inc also made claims about how the hunted out places would still produce with this detector. When a detector manufacturer makes this claim I head right out the most hunted out places I know just to see if the detector can live up to the claim. I was quite pleased and surprised when the SHADOW X5 blasted down through areas that I know had been worked hard for the past 20 years by professional Spanish treasure hunters to recover roman coins, medieval coins and relics, a bronze age arrow head and a nice Celtic-Iberian buckle. My deepest find was a medieval thimble at 18” on a hillside. The signal initially came through as a clicking sound that repeated in both directions. After removing about 4 inches of dirt the clicking got a little louder and finally after removing about 8 inches of soil the signal was coming through loud and clear. It was at the end of the day and being worn out from all the digging and searching I almost gave up on the target as the ground was so hard and the target so deep but curiosity got the best of me and I widened the hole and began working my way down to find a beautiful bronze relic lost sometime during the 1200’s.

You would think that I had gotten enough while in Spain but this past weekend I decided to take the Shadow down to Apalachicola Florida and work a strip of land between the sidewalk and the street that had produced some outstanding finds in the past for me and for others. The strip runs a block long and is about 4-5 feet wide at its widest and loaded with junk and lots and lots of iron. I had made the mistake of showing a gentleman the site a few years back and had asked that he keep it to himself. An entire metal detecting club descended upon my site not long after with this guy leading the pack and for sure I know of three different multi-frequency detectors, four different top of the line digital detectors and an assortment of others that have hammered this place to death. I chose to use the 5-inch coil and work slowly along the area removing the large iron trash and using the small coil to work around the smaller pieces that gave a broken response. Heat and humidity took a toll and the trip lasted less than three hours. During that time I was able to snipe out a gold tooth cap, a silver quarter, a mercury head dime, an 1854 seated liberty half-dime, a 10K gold band, two nickels, a heart shaped brooch with a small stone mounted in the center, a small bronze spike or square nail, a piece of a badge, a couple of wheaties, a clad quarter, a military button that I haven’t identified yet, a Minnie ball that wouldn’t scan for this picture, a brass top with holes in it and a large assortment of lead sinkers and other pieces of junk brass and lead that got discarded after the hunt. I have several other sites in the area that are considered to be hunted out that I can’t wait to unleash the SHADOW X5 on.

Again, I’m so pleased with this piece of equipment that I just had to write about it. The light weight of the detector (about 2.5 pounds) allows me to hunt for extended periods of time. As a cancer survivor with extensive damage to joints and supporting tissue caused by the cancer treatments I can no longer swing a heavy detector for hours on end and the SHADOW X5 has been an answer to my prayers. This detector is serious no nonsense equipment for the serious treasure hunter. You can check out the SHADOW line of detectors at WWW.troycustomdetectors.com.

Customer service at TROY custom detectors is the greatest also and they will answer any and all questions you may have and provide excellent support after the sale. Happy hunting and don’t give up on a site just because it has been hunted out! Work it hard and work it smart with the right piece of equipment and watch the finds roll out of places everyone else has given up on.

 

 
I have never felt compelled to write an article about a particular metal detector until now. I have purchased and used advanced models from all of the major detector manufacturers over the years, each one promising better performance and more depth. Sadly they never seemed to live up to the hype. I have used digital, pulse, multi-frequency and dual frequency and they all worked to a degree but not what the advertisements led me to believe. I’m not just a hobby hunter and I really put a detector through its paces after reading the instruction manual from cover to cover. It is not unusual for me to detect from 6-12 hours in a day and for several days in a row. As you know my trip to Spain was quite a success even with the odds stacked against me with limited time to hunt and nearly all of the sites I knew about being planted in wheat. I am still cleaning the roman and medieval coins I found and will present photos of them to you in a later article.

The SHADOW X5 detector by Troy Custom Detectors, Inc also made claims about how the hunted out places would still produce with this detector. When a detector manufacturer makes this claim I head right out the most hunted out places I know just to see if the detector can live up to the claim. I was quite pleased and surprised when the SHADOW X5 blasted down through areas that I know had been worked hard for the past 20 years by professional Spanish treasure hunters to recover roman coins, medieval coins and relics, a bronze age arrow head and a nice Celtic-Iberian buckle. My deepest find was a medieval thimble at 18” on a hillside. The signal initially came through as a clicking sound that repeated in both directions. After removing about 4 inches of dirt the clicking got a little louder and finally after removing about 8 inches of soil the signal was coming through loud and clear. It was at the end of the day and being worn out from all the digging and searching I almost gave up on the target as the ground was so hard and the target so deep but curiosity got the best of me and I widened the hole and began working my way down to find a beautiful bronze relic lost sometime during the 1200’s.

You would think that I had gotten enough while in Spain but this past weekend I decided to take the Shadow down to Apalachicola Florida and work a strip of land between the sidewalk and the street that had produced some outstanding finds in the past for me and for others. The strip runs a block long and is about 4-5 feet wide at its widest and loaded with junk and lots and lots of iron. I had made the mistake of showing a gentleman the site a few years back and had asked that he keep it to himself. An entire metal detecting club descended upon my site not long after with this guy leading the pack and for sure I know of three different multi-frequency detectors, four different top of the line digital detectors and an assortment of others that have hammered this place to death. I chose to use the 5-inch coil and work slowly along the area removing the large iron trash and using the small coil to work around the smaller pieces that gave a broken response. Heat and humidity took a toll and the trip lasted less than three hours. During that time I was able to snipe out a gold tooth cap, a silver quarter, a mercury head dime, an 1854 seated liberty half-dime, a 10K gold band, two nickels, a heart shaped brooch with a small stone mounted in the center, a small bronze spike or square nail, a piece of a badge, a couple of wheaties, a clad quarter, a military button that I haven’t identified yet, a Minnie ball that wouldn’t scan for this picture, a brass top with holes in it and a large assortment of lead sinkers and other pieces of junk brass and lead that got discarded after the hunt. I have several other sites in the area that are considered to be hunted out that I can’t wait to unleash the SHADOW X5 on.

Again, I’m so pleased with this piece of equipment that I just had to write about it. The light weight of the detector (about 2.5 pounds) allows me to hunt for extended periods of time. As a cancer survivor with extensive damage to joints and supporting tissue caused by the cancer treatments I can no longer swing a heavy detector for hours on end and the SHADOW X5 has been an answer to my prayers. This detector is serious no nonsense equipment for the serious treasure hunter. You can check out the SHADOW line of detectors at WWW.troycustomdetectors.com.

Customer service at TROY custom detectors is the greatest also and they will answer any and all questions you may have and provide excellent support after the sale. Happy hunting and don’t give up on a site just because it has been hunted out! Work it hard and work it smart with the right piece of equipment and watch the finds roll out of places everyone else has given up on.

 

 
 
ALONG THE GOLDEN TRAIL
BY
RANDY "JESSE JAMES" SUMPTER
     Saddle up partners, let's embark on a trip along the golden trail to treasure hidden or lost long ago and just waiting for you to come along and find it.
STATE OF NEW MEXICO:
ROOSEVELT COUNTY TREASURES:
     There's a legend about some Confederate gold buried to the East of Tolar, not far from the Santa Fe RailRoad tracks..Tolar is located 17 miles East of Fort Sumner.
 
GRANT COUNTY TREASURES:
     Looking for a fruit jar full of gold coins? Maybe this will help you find it. Look for the remains of an old trading post on the Blanco Canyon Crossing, 8 miles East of EL Huerfano.
      A Ghost Town by the name of Red Rock is 21 miles due North of Lordsburg on Hwy. 464..Might be worth a visit since there are some legends of buried caches in this town.
     Indian ruins can be found in the Mimbres Valley, on Cameron Creek near Bayard.
      If this one doesn't get to you I don't know what will! A Spanish Padre and a group of Spanish soldiers transported 8 burro loads of gold from Santa Rita to Pinos Altos but were attacked and killed near the present day site of Hurley. The Indians took the gold and buried it on a mesa above Hurley and so far no evidence has come forth of it ever being found...Suggest this one!
NORTH CAROLINA TREASURES:
DARE COUNTY LOOT!
     $300,000 in gold bars were removed from the wrecked vessel Florence and buried in a 20-ft high sand dune near Kitty Hawk. Bet the Wright Brothers knew nothing about this one-HA-HA!
     During the Civil War, 3 Confederate forts were located on the West side of Roanoke Island. They were named, FT. HUGER, FT. BLANCHARD and FT. BARTOW.
     Ft. Forest, is located near Manns Harbor and was occupied by the Confederates. The name matches a good reference point in history and might be worth a look!
     Cape Hatteras is known as the GRAVEYARD OF THE ATLANTIC since over 2,500 ships have gone down in the area over the past 300 years. Coins can be found North of the lighthouse after storms and this area has a lot of history associated with it.
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     That's about it for this issue and I hope some of these lesser known caches might be easy picken's for you experienced hunters out there. Until next time, keep your boots on and your detector on the ground.
JESSE JAMES.
    
THE GOLDEN AGE OF PIRACY
By
RANDY "JESSE JAMES" SUMPTER
     It's time to get onboard and let ole Jesse take you down the path to Pirate glory and riches. It's out there and it's waiting for you to come along and dig it all up. If you think you are up for the challenge, then let's get started with some good old southern Pirate tales.
STATE OF GEORGIA BOOTY SITES:
     They raped, plundered, killed and buried their booty up and down the Atlantic Seaboard. They were Pirates, the meanest bunch who ever sailed the open waters. "Walk the plank, " one Captain would say and the sharks had already started to circle from those who met a watery grave earlier. Red blood drove the sharks to an ancient frenzy only they know of and those on the deck of the ship only laughed and cheered them on as they sank their sharpened teeth on those who had been sentenced to death. Ruthless? You can bet the bank on it! Ahoy matey, let's get it on........
     One of the baddest pirates of his day was Blackbeard who took no prisioners. It's said in darkened circles that he buried a large stash on Cumberland Island near Camden County. It won't be easy to find since Blackbeard wasn't one to leave many markers, only dead men in the pit whos spirits would guard his loot.
     Glynn County is the setting here for another one of Blackbeard's stashes. But, this one will take much effort to bring forth since it's in a city by the name of Brunswick and in a park area where an old Oak tree, which is estimated to be over 600 years old stands. The legend says that Blackbeard buried a large one here but the city won't allow any digging..Who said pirate's were smart?
     Jekyll Island has plenty of treasure tales associated with it and much has been found over the years. There's still more so get out there and find it!
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     Find McIntosh Island and you might find yourself a chest of loot. It was a campground for pirate's and much has been reported to be there.
     Blackbeard did mark a treasure site in a very different way from most pirate's. He would have his men embed a chain in a tree which would point the way to his caches. But again, there is also code associated with this method and that my friend would have to be figured out by someone who knows pirate code.
     It's estimated that Blackbeard during his reign of terror took in the area of $5 and 3/4 million dollars worth of booty and buried at least $3 million on the Isle of Gaule, now known as Blackbeard Island off the Georgia coast, Northeast of of Darien in Doby Sound. He used this area for a headquarters from 1703 to 1717.
     One of his biggest hauls was taken from the Consuela de Valencia while it was enroute to Spain from Cartagena. $2 and a half million in gold, silver and Colombian emeralds. Wouldn't this make a nice find? Clue time-----Look for Sapelo Island , 10 miles South of Blackbeard Island. Remember one thing, Blackbeard wouldn't of been that stupid to bury massive amount of loot near any headquarters since he didn't trust his own men. I would think this lesson would be learned by many who search for pirate loot. He would bury it in a lesser known spot where only a few would go ashore and only he would return. Get it?
 CHATHAM COUNTY PIRATE LOOT:
     Tybee Island, one of my favorite spots outside of Savannah, is now a thriving beach community where many condo's dot the landscape. But, there are many legends of pirate loot being buried here and much has been found during construction of buildings and other things.
     Des Trade, a very bad pirate in his day, buried a large iron chest within a triangle formed by 2 oak trees and 1 magnolia in front of an old house that sat on the bluffs at Isle of Hope. There's more!
     In 1854, a new house was being built on this spot by slaves when they uncovered a large chest with a skeleton lying on top of it. Frightened, they covered up the chest and never said a word to the owner. So far, no record of this cache has been reported.
BRYAN COUNTY SITES:
     Ossabaw Island was once used by early-day pirate's and was a very popular spot. Some relics have been found over the years to support this area and those legends asociated with it.
     Blackbeard hid a few caches on the same island and murdered some of his crew here.
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SPECIAL NOTE:
     I  have extensive research on many pirate stories and locations from Maine to Texas. If anyone who subscribes to this newsletter is in the process of looking for pirate treasure and needs additional help with codes some pirate's might have used, I will offer my services but the sites must be valid and being worked at the time. This is not a free offer to help the masses in search of pirate loot. This is only for those who are serious and have found pirate code but not yet have any answers. You may email me at this address and we can set up some type of communication.
     Again, this is not a free service and is only for those who are serious.
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     That's it for this issue and I'm already started on the next edition with many new stories and leads. HAPPY HUNTING!
JESSE JAMES...AND THAT'S ONE OF MY NAMES!

WILL THE REAL JESSE JAMES PLEASE STAND UP ?

From the records of the Knights of the Golden Circle

 

They drew a circle and shut us out.

In vain, they thought they=d won by rout

But men of God, with wit to win.

Drew a larger circle and shut them in.

 

For some reason, and this will become obvious as this story goes on.  Historians never really got it straight that there were more than one Jesse and Frank James. This was in spite of the fact that many a robberies were executed on the very same day many hundreds of miles apart, by the so called  “James Gang”.

The truth is that there were actually two  “Jesse James” operating during and after the Civil War, who were about the same age and did in some respects did look somewhat alike, but hardly any one really knew what the real Jesse Woodson James look like as it was.  You see they were really cousins, their respective fathers being brothers, and coincidently both had brother’s named Frank. It might also be add at this time that both sets of Jesse and Frank James employed doubles, to create a further diversion.  That makes a total of at least 4 sets of Jesse and Frank James’ robbing, harassing and pillaging at any given moment in  time.

It was a fact the “James Gangs” had done a lot more damage to the Wall Street Bankers, their European allies, and unscrupulous Railroad magnates than the history books of today insinuate.  It no wonder that the powers that be offered such a high price for their heads.

 

The two famous Jesses there-by worked out a very complex plan to stage a public death hoax that would legally retire the name of Jesse James, not only in Missouri but also everywhere else in these here United States and in especially in Europe, where the story was a sensation

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Well,  the best laid plans of mice and men unraveled at the last minute.  It seems that Jesse Robert James from Missouri became laid up with a broken leg and the plans had to be altered at the very last minute. This caused the planned hoax to go haywire and as a result was very crudely executed compared to the sophisticated plan they had started out with in the beginning.

At that same time it seems that there was a very bad hombre by the name of Charlie Bigelow, his brothers, and a gang of thugs working together doing many very bad crimes in and around the area of  St. Joseph, Missouri.  They were ignorantly executing these ruthless crimes in the name of the infamous “James Gang”.

The word was out in the Confederate Underground that this band of criminals had to be dealt with.  It wasn’t unusual considering the profession of the people involved, that any one group or individual might use an alias, especially of a reputed bad guy or ruthless gang of criminals.

Just the mention of the word “Jesse James “ would start many a brave man trembling in his boots. But these dishonorable backstabbers chose the wrong name to associate themselves with and it was not long that this act caught up with them.  The members of the KGC assigned to deal with the Bigelow Gang caught up with them in St. Joseph Missouri on April 3, 1882.

Before this Jesse made several arrangements with his old childhood friend and attorney Thomas T. Crittenden, soon to be Governor of Missouri. It was said that   thru the organizations funding he was elected the Governor of Missouri.  The plan was that the Governor would offer a reward for the capture of Jesse James for ten thousand  ( $10,000 ), dead or alive, preferably dead.  This was to set the stage for the so called well plan hoax.

 

The scoundrel Charlie Bigelow was living at the time in a house on Lafayette St. in St. Joseph Missouri, under the alias “Thomas C. Howard”.  Unawares that his neighbors were KGC spies and feeling quite safe, he started to leave his guard down.  It was determined that the time was now!!!

It was reported to J.W.J. on the morning of 1 April, 1882, April fools day no less, that Charlie Bigelow, his brothers John and Bert were living together at the time and laying low after pulling some fairly big jobs while working together with the real James gang.  The problem was that the Bigelow brothers were also finding it necessary to pull a few jobs for themselves, on the side so to speak.  KGC spy Elmer Johnson reported that the brothers had the habit of going down to the barn every morning together around 8 a.m. to relieve themselves.  So, on Monday morning April the 3rd of 1882 the real Jesse Woodson James, Frank James, ex-slave John Trammel, Lucky Johnson, the jockey’s Bob and Charlie Ford in addition to Jesse’s uncle Bud Dalton the brother of Lewis Dalton of the famous Dalton Gang and a old trusted friend Gen. J.O. Shelby where all laying in wait near the old barn at Lafayette St.

As the Bigelow brothers emerged from the house and approached the old barn two shots rang out and John and Bert lay dead in their tracks. Jesse came around the barn and confronted Charlie Bigelow who was armed with a gun and a pitchfork.  Shoots rang out as Bigelow got off the first one, which slammed into Jesse steel vest, ricocheted and penetrated his right shoulder.  Jesse who was knocked down by the blast was lying injured on the floor unloading his pistols in his left hand into the body of Charles Bigelow, killing him dead.  It was said that over forty shoots were fired that day.

It was determined that Bob Ford, who claimed he never shot anyone in his life would take credit for the staged cowardly murder of Jesse Woodson James in reality Charlie Bigelow and collect the reward.  It was an act that Bob Ford would live to regret all of his life, as it eventually was the cause of his Missouri cousin

A.B. Ford’s historical but mistaken death at the hand of the coward named O’Kelly, in a bar at Creed, Colorado.  Charlie Bigelow's wife Zerelda was intimidated at risk and threat of death to substantiate the murder of Jesse at the hand of Bib Ford.  So goes the story of the untimely death of the famous Jesse Woodson James.

Thereafter the legend grew and the story went on as planned and from this point forward it was said that the “dirty little coward” who killed mister Howard, laid poor Jesse in his grave.

Rest In Peace and the rest is history.  A distorted history that is and unfortunately no one did in fact rest in peace.  Not for very long.

More later.

 

Cosmowolff

LEGEND HUNTER

Exploring the legends of the Southwest:  http://www.legendhunter.com/

 

HERE ARE A FEW MORE LAST-MINUTE SUBMISSIONS FROM HERB !

 

TREASURE IN THE SAN LUIS VALLEY

Link Submitted By HERB KEISTER

Be sure to ALSO click on the OTHER blue links on the bottom right side !

http://www.cyberwest.com/cw14/14alwst.html

 

VICTORIO PEAK STORIES

Link Submitted By HERB KEISTER

http://www.wsmr.army.mil/pao/VictorioPeak/vipt1.htm

 

AN OREGON STORY

Link Submitted By HERB KEISTER

ALSO---click on the Links on the right side of the page. http://www.unexplainedearth.com/neahkahnie.php

 

THE BEALE PAPERS

Link Submitted By HERB KEISTER

http://www.unmuseum.org/bealepap.htm

 

CONCLUSION
OK !  There it is---DONE !  Look for your next issue on August 15th.  If you have not received your FREE CD yet---please email me at LostTreasureUSA1@AOL.COM .  Later this month I'm going on a "road-trip" with TARA & her parents.  We are taking our motorhome to southern Utah to tour several of the National Parks.  I'm REALLY looking forward to THAT !  Tara's parents are such GREAT people & FUN to travel with.  We had a wonderful trip for about 10 days---driving the motorhome from Alaska to California about 2 years ago. I'll see you in 2 weeks !
 
DEDICATION
EVERY issue of this newsletter ( and my 2 websites ! ) are dedicated to my wonderful wife, TARA !  Without her support ( & tolerance ? ) of my "hobby", I would not be able to do this. 
 

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