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  1. #76

    Nov 2013
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    Any directions or cords. on how to find the arch?

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    Dan Gamache

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    I would sure like to get out there and see that portal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elgatodelnoche View Post
    I would sure like to get out there and see that portal.
    I think I asked that question about 6 years ago. Never did get and answer, Cptbild said it was there. I read it fell down. He said it was still up?? You would think now days someone who has been there could give a GPS coordinates.
    Last edited by elkman13; Mar 04, 2014 at 09:34 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elkman13 View Post
    I think I asked that question about 6 years ago. Never did get and answer, Cptbild said it was there. I read it fell down. He said it was still up?? You would think now days someone who has been there could give a GPS coordinates.
    I read the guy's story. Googled him and found more sites with his story. One said the arch fell. They went back years later and there was another arch there. Not as tall as the first one. Pretty strange! Definitely a mystery!

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    No offense here guys, but me thinks some folks been out in the desert sun toooooo long......or they been drinking tooooo much peyote tea at night. Dennis

  6. #81

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    GPS coord's to the spot.
    OR the Garden of the Gods

  7. #82

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    My wife and I have been to the site several times in the last few years. Anyone interested, let me know and I will send a couple of photos. Beware, if you are planning to go to the area.....DO NOT go alone and bring weapons as the area is frequented by illegals.
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    Fortune Favors the BOLD, while Karma Favors the Wise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LastOfMan View Post
    My wife and I have been to the site several times in the last few years. Anyone interested, let me know and I will send a couple of photos. Beware, if you are planning to go to the area.....DO NOT go alone and bring weapons as the area is frequented by illegals.
    Lastofman,

    Do you know RQ or the brothers that assist him? One of those three would be the only way to have gotten the location of area.

    Mike
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    I have never met Mr Quinn. I tried to reach him through Coast to Coast Am without success. Used his "clues" to find the place a few years back. The first trip we were right next to it and did not know it. Found it on the second trip. While on our fourth expedition out there, we made friends with a prospector from Green Valley who was able to give us even more info about the area. We found a hillside covered in common opal. We also ran into a couple prospecting that were extremely rude and acted as if we were trespassing on their land. We were not prospecting but instead were taking photos. I have been told that as of recent, there has been a lot of military activity in the area not related to illegals. Looking at the latest google earth photos, I see there has been a lot of vehicular activity in the area.

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    Fortune Favors the BOLD, while Karma Favors the Wise!

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    Ron lives in Tucson, and still drives the Willys Jeep he bought new in 1956 to go treasure hunting in.

    Sasabe is basically an entire town dedicated to meth cooking (according to a friend in Tumacacori). I have driven the Ruby Road a few times. Lots of interesting stuff. I would not advise going alone (even armed).

    Mike
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    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body. But rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, leaking oil, on fire and reeking of gunpowder, women and whiskey, loudly proclaiming, WOW, What a Ride.

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    If you want to see the truth about this site, just watch this video of the site being explored. It will answer the questions you have. The arch doesn't exist anymore. Episode 07 - Xpeditions TV - Peru Expedition Documentary Film Makers | Xpeditions TV - Peru Expedition Documentary Film Makers

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    Quote Originally Posted by azaz View Post
    If you want to see the truth about this site, just watch this video of the site being explored. It will answer the questions you have. The arch doesn't exist anymore. Episode 07 - Xpeditions TV - Peru Expedition Documentary Film Makers | Xpeditions TV - Peru Expedition Documentary Film Makers
    my understanding is that he is leading people to the WRONG arch. the actual one is still standing...
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    i have the gps coordinates

    after having gone there countless times, failed... and tried again. I finally have the coordinates given to me by a close associate of Ron Quinns. To prove I was there, I made a video of our last trip. Please feel to email me if you are 100% serious about making the trip.



    my email address can be found on my website SKINWALKER RANCH . under the contact button. I want someone to video tape the arch itself. Due to my group they could NOT make the journey, I and I had 2 miles to go and the sunlight was fading. You will find my coordinates should lead you to 12 feet from the arch. I just need someone more prepared than me and my *team (pffft....) were. I can help with all logistics. and I'm not asking for any money. I just want someone to find it and to share their story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hiii98 View Post
    after having gone there countless times, failed... and tried again. I finally have the coordinates given to me by a close associate of Ron Quinns. To prove I was there, I made a video of our last trip. Please feel to email me if you are 100% serious about making the trip.



    my email address can be found on my website SKINWALKER RANCH . under the contact button. I want someone to video tape the arch itself. Due to my group they could NOT make the journey, I and I had 2 miles to go and the sunlight was fading. You will find my coordinates should lead you to 12 feet from the arch. I just need someone more prepared than me and my *team (pffft....) were. I can help with all logistics. and I'm not asking for any money. I just want someone to find it and to share their story.

    Love your website. Another subject that I find fascinating. Keep it up!

    Mike
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    ............... ALWAYS REMEMBER: When you make a typo, the errorists win...................Aloha Snackbar!

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    I'll never quit, but i'm sick of doing this alone. Here you go, i've done all the hard work.

 

 
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