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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Jack Sparrow View Post
    what is that?
    Something "specifically designed to lure the unwary reader"- William Friedman, US codebreaker
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Jack Sparrow View Post
    my teacher is 41. he is too old to have anything to do with us on this site. he must have been born in the horse and buggy days.
    LOL! Is he AMISH... in PA...?
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    I wish all members and their families a Happy New Year, and hope that you find more single coins, jewel and buried treasure this year then last year.
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    2017... WOW! It all "began" in 1817; do ya reckon...? Nah...
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    Treasure Hunters University of Virginia coming soon; NOT affiliated with TJ's University of Virginia. 2017 is THE YEAR! ALL "on-line". NO degree, just R & I info... including about "the BEALE". MAY start a "NP" (non-profit) for Research, Educational, purpose... have a REAL conference in Roanoke, Va. (home of the Hart Bros.). MAYBE, Am-track could do a RR Train "expedition" from Lynchburg to Roanoke, Va. I LOVE it! (Well... one can "dream").
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Jack Sparrow View Post
    my teacher is 41. he is too old to have anything to do with us on this site. he must have been born in the horse and buggy days.
    This site needs some young blood maybe you can come up with some ideas we have not thought of or either we have not investigated it yet. Let us know what you got. As for 41 being horse and buggy some of us on this forum must have chipped out the first wheel.
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    Franklin, with the various theories and opinions, and the discussion of those involved one way or another with the Beale story by several of us who has shared our research, it is very possible that everything that can be, has been covered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    Franklin, with the various theories and opinions, and the discussion of those involved one way or another with the Beale story by several of us who has shared our research, it is very possible that everything that can be, has been covered.
    Maybe it has, but I am still looking and learning every day. I hope everyone else is doing the same. We need to either prove this thing happened or either prove that it did not happen. We all have our thoughts one way or the other but none of us has knockout proof.
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    And that, Franklin, is the brilliance of the 1885 Beale Papers job pamphlet.
    There will never be "knockout proof" unless, of course, the alleged treasure vault is found.
    Until then, nothing but endless speculation and claims of "solved" ciphers.
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    A REAL Mish-Mash, eh...?
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    MY R & I goes on...
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    ...and it all comes back to James Beverly Ward and his application for copyright as agent on borrowed letterhead stationary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by legrand View Post
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    Yea Yea WXIKSTUWPMPMPBMKEIFHEMFOIEUFLRPITDKFKRJGERJG[JG,V,O [KPOFKPFJPV;F]LPLDC
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    LOL!
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