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  1. #101
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    Re: Century Old Family Cache Still Underground--Looking for Assistance

    Trading in amateur status and OWNING PAGE 2 .Of course nothing constructive to add
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    Re: Century Old Family Cache Still Underground--Looking for Assistance

    I'd take several pictures of the entire area, yes alot of space on your camera will be taken up but just buy a few extra 4MB memory cards; that way you will be able to sit and study the land scape at home while searching through the files who knows maybe a picture and a bit of information will add up and give you a better starting point.

    Just a thought!
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  4. #103
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    Re: Century Old Family Cache Still Underground--Looking for Assistance

    ........ come on GG, lets hear something !

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    Re: Century Old Family Cache Still Underground--Looking for Assistance

    http://www.lrlman.com/

    Arc-Geo Logger and A Whites TM 808 or TM900

    You can do this yourself w/o anyone else helping you.......too many know too much...reveal...your finds....

    This will map the ground and you will need laptop computer.......If it is still there you will find it. I would venture
    it is down about 2 feet.....alot depends on type of soil as well.....


    I would venture all 3 trunks were layed out in Triangle pattern.....but 2-3 mile area can easily be worked by yourself....

    when you find it ,,,.....keep quite! .......

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    Re: Century Old Family Cache Still Underground--Looking for Assistance

    What is the latest news?

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    Re: Century Old Family Cache Still Underground--Looking for Assistance

    I saw a portion of this treasure when I was 17. Betty was in town to meet with a private collector willing to pay cash for many of the gold coins and silver. I saw something very few people will ever see.

    Here you state you actually seen the treasure when you were 17, but then again, you state the family seen it. Sounds kind of strange to me.

  8. #107

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    I willl help for a percentage, I have found more coin's at old house places in the outhouse hanging at the end of a rope than I did with a detector. Alot of robberies back then and a great place to hide cash. What thief would take a chance on loosing his grip and winding up in the bottom of the out house....this is probaly an old post I didnt think to look at the date....if you do loose your grip hope like heck it echo's real well. not a good place to starve....or eat....

  9. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldshot View Post
    I willl help for a percentage, I have found more coin's at old house places in the outhouse hanging at the end of a rope than I did with a detector. Alot of robberies back then and a great place to hide cash. What thief would take a chance on loosing his grip and winding up in the bottom of the out house....this is probaly an old post I didnt think to look at the date....if you do loose your grip hope like heck it echo's real well. not a good place to starve....or eat....
    This thread started in 2005 so is 7 yrs old and GG I don't think has responded since a few yrs back, If GG reads this please respond in such a way.so we can stay tuned to the story!!! You need to get the spots DOWSED by one of the 3 dowsers on treasure net. they are good and free.After 41 yrs at cache hunting I find it is best to have the suspected site dowsed first and analize the results as it takes too much time to drag a 2-box over lots of achreage. This is just my humble opinion but take someones advice thats been at it for over 40 yrs and save yourself some time and bewilderment, If you don't believe in dowsers do it anyway (for free) and get some satisfaction and RESULTS. rwd mo

  10. #109
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwd mo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Coldshot View Post
    I willl help for a percentage, I have found more coin's at old house places in the outhouse hanging at the end of a rope than I did with a detector. Alot of robberies back then and a great place to hide cash. What thief would take a chance on loosing his grip and winding up in the bottom of the out house....this is probaly an old post I didnt think to look at the date....if you do loose your grip hope like heck it echo's real well. not a good place to starve....or eat....
    This thread started in 2005 so is 7 yrs old and GG I don't think has responded since a few yrs back, If GG reads this please respond in such a way.so we can stay tuned to the story!!! You need to get the spots DOWSED by one of the 3 dowsers on treasure net. they are good and free.After 41 yrs at cache hunting I find it is best to have the suspected site dowsed first and analize the results as it takes too much time to drag a 2-box over lots of achreage. This is just my humble opinion but take someones advice thats been at it for over 40 yrs and save yourself some time and bewilderment, If you don't believe in dowsers do it anyway (for free) and get some satisfaction and RESULTS. rwd mo
    Yep,
    Just post a clear, sharp focus photo without any identifying information in the dowsing forum and let us know which way north is and see what dowsing reveals.
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    GG is long gone. He found the third chest and now he is jet-setting in Europe with Betty. Why doesn't he post something? Well he took everyones advice and kept his mouth shut.

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    PEOPLE ASSUME WHAT THEY DON'T KNOW, YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!

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    Maybe Betty caught him digging up the chest, knocked him over the head with the shovel as he pulled the chest out of the ground, pushed him in the hole, buried him, and took the chest and contents!!
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  13. #112
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    It's been 7 years since the first post! Time to give up the ghost!Name:  hand print-2_edited-3.jpg
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  14. #113

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    use a long range detector that detect gold or silver just , like Bionic x4 ,or 01 .but its expensive
    if place is flat , you can use scanner
    Good Luck


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    well if you still need help let me know, i know it is been a while but who knows, meaning since you post the add, prospexican@aol.com

  16. #115
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    maybe just maybe the ghost in the house got him and his claivoient friend . I was all wound up over this one and was on the edge of my seat but just one time is there any posts on here of anyone finding the treasure and a pic of it gosh I read all these leads but never find the end or any pics to show the mother lode .

    gosh ,

    Scott

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    i think GG is long gone too, i cant remember why, but for some reason way back i thought that
    betty and Gdadhad prob happened on someone else's cache, and i looked into it, just dont have
    that info anymore, but a quick search got the stuff below,so if anyone here thinks they to have
    a lead, but are confused as to, the who, when,where, maybe this info will help

    there are still court arguments over the new mexico land grants
    the latest
    Spanish Heirs Vs. Homeowners Fight In New Mexico Land Grant Smackdown | Fox News Latino
    more
    Land Grants

    info and finding aid on the land grants
    Twitchell arranged and assigned the numbers still in use today.
    Twitchell Vol. 1 also includes short descriptions and an index for documents in the volume.
    The Twitchell numbers are used in the finding guide, the microfilms, the English translations and the chronological date guide
    Spanish and Mexican Archives of New Mexico - Colonial New Mexico & New Spain - Research Guides at University of New Mexico

    Author: Twitchell, Ralph Emerson
    Volume: 1
    Subject: New Mexico --
    The Spanish Archives of New Mexico; (1914)
    https://archive.org/details/spanisharchiveso01twituoft

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