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    Is It Over?

    Been gone for over a week, just got back. Is it over? Was the mystery finally solved while I was away? Has anyone posted a picture of themselves hugging a few old and rusted cast iron pots filled with silver and gold? Was it refined or was it just ore? So many new and exciting things to catch up on, I'm sure.

    PS: Is everyone still with us? No timeouts, nobody got banned?
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    "Treasure is wherever it can be found."

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    Old Silver
    No treasure yet, but I did find this old photo of Thomas Beale, on his way to Virginia with a loaded ox cart. He was a little camera shy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Silver View Post
    No treasure yet, but I did find this old photo of Thomas Beale, on his way to Virginia with a loaded ox cart. He was a little camera shy.

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    Just a Thomas Beale, or, a Thomas J. Beale? Look at that picture closely, it also has the secret Spanish sign of a secret mission & mine!
    "Treasure is wherever it can be found."

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    I recognize that road! It's OLD TRENT FERRY ROAD, here in Lynchburg! He sees another "glint" of GOLD on that hill!
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    Old Trent Ferry Road goes down to the James River, above today's Ruesen's Dam... once known as Abet, Va. It's the City of Lynchburg, Va. POWER STATION!
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    You can get there by going on Rueson's Road from VES School; Apartment Complex is on that road. Thence, you turn left to go down to the Power Station (PRIVATE LAND) & the dam.

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    Heh...

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    NO oxcart was ever used; TJB & Associates WITH him "buried" the cache in Bedford County, VIRGINIA (Upper Goose Creek Valley) near the mountain there (Creek). Majority of the Associates went to their homes in Upper Goose Creek Valley for "Winter Break". TJB & 2 others traveled on to Lynchburg, Va., where TJB stayed for 3 months at RM's Washington House/Inn; the other 2 Associates went on to their home, near Richmond, Va. for "Winter break".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    NO oxcart was ever used; TJB & Associates WITH him "buried" the cache in Bedford County, VIRGINIA (Upper Goose Creek Valley) near the mountain there (Creek). Majority of the Associates went to their homes in Upper Goose Creek Valley for "Winter Break". TJB & 2 others traveled on to Lynchburg, Va., where TJB stayed for 3 months at RM's Washington House/Inn; the other 2 Associates went on to their home, near Richmond, Va. for "Winter break".
    Yes you are correct. The eight that stayed in North Goose Creek, I gave their names in my decipherment of code paper 3. The eight associates stayed at "Ruby's House." Anyone know where that is located? I did not think so.

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    Ruby with the RED dress on...? WHERE was it...?

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    Would tell but they buried the treasure near Ruby's House. It was a house of entertainment in North Goose Creek. No one has never mentioned it in any books. I found it in the deeds at the Bedford County Courthouse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigscoop View Post
    Been gone for over a week, just got back. Is it over? Was the mystery finally solved while I was away? Has anyone posted a picture of themselves hugging a few old and rusted cast iron pots filled with silver and gold? Was it refined or was it just ore? So many new and exciting things to catch up on, I'm sure.

    PS: Is everyone still with us? No timeouts, nobody got banned?
    The world continues to spin in greased grooves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    The world continues to spin in greased grooves.
    Heh... and the "grease" is BROWN!

 

 

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