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  1. #3076
    us
    Feb 2014
    Charlotte, NC
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    Cache Hunting
    Best of luck to you and stay safe !

  2. #3077

    Dec 2006
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    everytime a i solved it is posted, i half expect this to show up

    Forrest Fenn s treasure

  3. #3078
    Charter Member
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    Dec 2007
    Colorado
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    Metal Detecting

    Ute Indian Word

    It is my understanding the the Indian word for "hot springs" is "uncompahgre". Is this the warm water ends clue?


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncompahgre_Peak

  4. #3079

    Jun 2017
    8
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    Hi, I am new to all of this in fact I can't believe I am on a public thread. Ok, Just this week I have for the first time learned of Mr. Forrest Finn. I have questions. 1. Is it league to drive on to the Browns property? As of this moment, the treasure is still out there? I just read a detailed description from a man and he had pictures of the spot! Did he get that booty? If there is anyone who wants to answer these questions please do. Thanks

  5. #3080

    Jun 2017
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    That is my only hope. I love that clue

  6. #3081
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    Dec 2004
    East Central Kentucky
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    adks likes this.

  7. #3082

    Jun 2017
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    Folks, you will never find it because the guy is a con man. He and his friends and family make money off this treasure hunt by selling over priced books. It's also advertising and people with money contact them and then get conned out of money. They take fake artifacts and paintings and sell them for top dollar. There are clues to this all throughout the books. Osborne Russell did this too, artificially inflated the price of coffee and other things and lied and lied in his book too (there are no osborne russell caves near where warm waters halt). The author of the thrill of he chase and too far to walk just wrote books of half truths, aka mountain yarns, to make money. He isn't even allowed to collect money for charitable purposes because he is not registered with the state or federal gov (i have checked). In too far to walk he claims he owned the dude motel in west yellowstone. Well he didn't and you can easily verify that and there is no room number 4. They pretended toast with jam was pie and that's what they are doing with the fakes they sell, pretend they are real. Another clue is the reference to catcher in the rye where he said he realized he was holden caulfield. Well, holden says he is the best liar there ever was. People will believe anything they read in books. We were all fooled, the media included. He is taking advantage of good natured people like yourselves that are good trusting people and is making money from it. The police and feds know what he is up to but don't want to prosecute him because of his military record and his military buddies are in on this too. For your own good, stop looking for it.
    Last edited by adks; Jun 21, 2017 at 05:41 PM.

  8. #3083

    Feb 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by adks View Post
    Folks, you will never find it because the guy is a con man. He and his friends and family make money off this treasure hunt by selling over priced books. It's also advertising and people with money contact them and then get conned out of money. They take fake artifacts and paintings and sell them for top dollar. There are clues to this all throughout the books. Osborne Russell did this too, artificially inflated the price of coffee and other things and lied and lied in his book too (there are no osborne russell caves near where warm waters halt). The author of the thrill of he chase and too far to walk just wrote books of half truths, aka mountain yarns, to make money. He isn't even allowed to collect money for charitable purposes because he is not registered with the state or federal gov (i have checked). In too far to walk he claims he owned the dude motel in west yellowstone. Well he didn't and you can easily verify that and there is no room number 4. They pretended toast with jam was pie and that's what they are doing with the fakes they sell, pretend they are real. Another clue is the reference to catcher in the rye where he said he realized he was holden caulfield. Well, holden says he is the best liar there ever was. People will believe anything they read in books. We were all fooled, the media included. He is taking advantage of good natured people like yourselves that are good trusting people and is making money from it. The police and feds know what he is up to but don't want to prosecute him because of his military record and his military buddies are in on this too. For your own good, stop looking for it.
    I disagree. I believe He did what He said. If you'd like to see what I've discovered about the Poem and Map. Click link below.
    These different videos show the outlined images found in the Poem and Map.
    https://youtu.be/lRxz9PmMhfY
    https://youtu.be/2KkIjPrhO2s
    https://youtu.be/mU5Py8FVJWM
    https://youtu.be/8GNwrDp97Rc

  9. #3084

    Feb 2014
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    I made an updated video concerning this Hunt. https://youtu.be/2KkIjPrhO2s
    These different videos show the outlined images found in the Poem and Map.
    https://youtu.be/lRxz9PmMhfY
    https://youtu.be/2KkIjPrhO2s
    https://youtu.be/mU5Py8FVJWM
    https://youtu.be/8GNwrDp97Rc

  10. #3085

    Jun 2017
    1
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Bloodline View Post
    I made an updated video concerning this Hunt. https://youtu.be/2KkIjPrhO2s
    You are a kind person so I will share with you as well. If it exists, I think it either has to do with artifacts at the 4 corners region or Osborne Russell. If it is Osborne Russell, it would be where his camp and Fenn's overlapped. The most likely place would be at yellowstone lake. Osborne supposedly camped there by the lake beside pelican creek. Fenn camped at the fishing bridge campground as a child which used to be closer to the lake than it is now near pelican creek. If you look at old topos you will see where it used to be and you can see the traces of the old campground in modern aerial photos too.

  11. #3086

    Jun 2017
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    It's fraud. Google F for Fake by Orson Welles. It explains a lot of it. His family isn't looking for it because they know his secret. The thrill of the chase is about the thrill of the adrenaline rush from telling lies and selling fakes and being chased by the law. He was a fighter pilot and they are adrenaline junkies and become addicted to it. When they can't fly jets anymore they turn to other things to satisfy their cravings. Some turn to climbing or marathons or flying test planes to fulfill their adrenaline addiction and others turn to crime. That's thrill seeking. He's nice because that build confidence otherwise the confidence trick won't work. Watch white collar or the catch me if you can movie about frank abagnale. Liars are often the nicest of people, that's how they don't get caught. Do you think Bernie Madoff got rich from being mean and clthen swindling them? No, he was nice and it was a shock to everyone when his kids revealed that nice old Bernie Madoff was a fraudster.

    It's easier to fool someone than it is to convince them they've been fooled. -Mark Twain
    Last edited by F4Fake; Jun 23, 2017 at 01:37 PM.

  12. #3087

    Feb 2014
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    I found some very informative information concerning The Thrill of the Chase. Please come and make sure you Read the Video Description and the Comments to both of these videos. I think I've almost found it.
    https://youtu.be/lRxz9PmMhfY
    https://youtu.be/2KkIjPrhO2s
    These different videos show the outlined images found in the Poem and Map.
    https://youtu.be/lRxz9PmMhfY
    https://youtu.be/2KkIjPrhO2s
    https://youtu.be/mU5Py8FVJWM
    https://youtu.be/8GNwrDp97Rc

  13. #3088

    Feb 2014
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    I'm going to show you the Chests Location before the end of this week on my YouTube Channel if you want to see it.
    (which can be found by the links below).

    ~stay tuned
    These different videos show the outlined images found in the Poem and Map.
    https://youtu.be/lRxz9PmMhfY
    https://youtu.be/2KkIjPrhO2s
    https://youtu.be/mU5Py8FVJWM
    https://youtu.be/8GNwrDp97Rc

  14. #3089

    Jun 2017
    New Jersey
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    I've given Fariello's "solve" a very thorough going over, and, more than any other "solve" I've considered, his is the closest.

    If you were to scan the area in general, you would see Brown Mountain off to the east. Then you'd stay on the area a little more because it deserves attention.

    Look what else comes up, a creek that flows down to Ouray. What's the name of the creek? Canyon Creek!

    Then a little tidbit can be found online of an old dairy called Brown's Dairy. It was right there at the bottom of Canyon Creek.

    And then the box canyon is right there, just below Brown's Dairy.

    It has "heavy loads and water high" at times. That's what box canyons are notorious for.

    But Forrest would never hide the treasure there.

    However, this area in general needs a thorough going over.


    This part of Colorado is gorgeous!

    For example, Telluride is like a mecca of sorts with the vistas it presents, and it is just over the pass on the other side of Camp Bird Road.

    I could see Forrest wanting to drop his bones somewhere in the area because it is so beautiful.

    For my money, if you want to look at things logically, Ouray rings the bell very loud.

    But Fariello may have interpreted the poem too literally, whereas it may need a different take.

    It is where I'm going to focus!

    Best,

    Bob

  15. #3090

    Jun 2017
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    Has anyone looked at NM. "warm water" fishing regs. they stop where trout fishing regs begin.

 

 

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