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  1. #16

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    I got a note from Dr. Roy, in which he stated he was writing a book (or had written a book) on JESSE JAMES; will order it for my BD present. Coffee?

  2. #17

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGINN
    He pretty much started all that.
    He started all what?

  3. #18

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    The nonsense about mega-bucks KGC treasures.
    It's not what you look at but what you see

  4. #19
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    I've also read Dr. Roush's books plus a couple of other books by other people. Dr. Roush is right on base as far as I'm concerned. There was an actual picture of my great grandfather in one of his books. I agree a person needs to read all he can, research all avenues on the matter and blaze his own trail, other wise beat the brush.

  5. #20
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    Jan 2011
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    Thanks SWR, I believe you are correct in your posting, but I believe there is some truth in the KGC cashes. What I have researched and read, the head members of KGC made plans to invade Mexico and Central America after the fall of the Alamo and the defeat of the Mexican Army. The Heads of the KGC wanted to form an empire, not a nation or state. This is confirmed in DR. Roushes book. I don't believe any large cashes in exist, but if they did wouldn't they want it readily available in ajoining states when needed once Texas and Mexico fell under KGC control? This all went on the back burner with with the start of the civil war. Store the cash and wait.

  6. #21

    Feb 2008
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    Quapaw:

    Aparently you have done in-depth research on this important subject. Is it
    true that Davy Crockett was in charge of transporting shipments of gold bars,
    trunks of precious jewels and 20 jack-loads of silver coins from KGC vaults in
    Virginia to the Alamo?

    One more: Did Mexican General Santa Anna recover the KGC treasure after
    the fall of the Alamo? If so did Sam Houston get it back after defeating him
    at San Jacinto, or was the entire treasure taken to el Ciudad de Mexico while
    Santa Anna continued to battle the Texanos, or was Santa Anna attempting
    to reach New Orleans, escort the treasure to Espana and retire?

    Thanks,
    lastleg

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    If old Davy Crockett had these in the Alamo, I would venture it was buried deep in the ground somewhere and old Santa Anna
    did not get it.....Might still be in the Alamo!

    Quote Originally Posted by lastleg
    Quapaw:

    Aparently you have done in-depth research on this important subject. Is it
    true that Davy Crockett was in charge of transporting shipments of gold bars,
    trunks of precious jewels and 20 jack-loads of silver coins from KGC vaults in
    Virginia to the Alamo?

    One more: Did Mexican General Santa Anna recover the KGC treasure after
    the fall of the Alamo? If so did Sam Houston get it back after defeating him
    at San Jacinto, or was the entire treasure taken to el Ciudad de Mexico while
    Santa Anna continued to battle the Texanos, or was Santa Anna attempting
    to reach New Orleans, escort the treasure to Espana and retire?

    Thanks,
    lastleg

  8. #23

    Jun 2007
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    Santa Ana? NAW... he was PROBABLY hauling Maximillan's "Gold" around... LOL; heard there WAS a covered up "dried up well" down there full of gold, silver, & jewelry that was gonna be used to start the REPUBLIC of Texas; it was known as the SACRED VAULT. Coffee? BTW, Dr. Roy is A-OK "in MY book".

  9. #24
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    I've read 3 of Roy Roush's KGC books and I highly recommend them for anyone who wants to learn about the Knights of the Golden Circle. The primary point that he helped me to understand was where most of the treasure in the KGC depositories and caches actually came from. No, it wasn't from the James Gang's robberies. I hate to discourage the KGC naysayers but most of it was put together and secreted away AFTER the Civil War ended.
    ~Texas Jay

  10. #25

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    Jay must have had a cranial coronary when the good Doctor enlightened him.
    The James Syndicate theory was the main course of the Bloody Bill forum menu
    until now.

  11. #26

    Feb 2008
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    Now Rebel don't go filling Quapaw's head with Maximillian legends.
    He's got enough on his plate figuring out where the KGC Wizzard put all them
    millions for the New Empire.

  12. #27

    Jan 2007
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    Re: What do you think about Roy Roush?

    I just now learned of him, I am watching a DVR of the History Channel's special on the JJ hidden treasure. Where is he from, and is he still alive? (The special was from '09.) Thanks!

  13. #28

    Jun 2007
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    ll... LOL! BH, I THINK he is still alive... a US MARINE! I think this is his "site" http://www.knightsofthegoldencircle.net/index.html Good Luck! HH!
    BTW, the "era" of Maximilian was during the American CIVIL WAR aka the CONFEDERATE WAR.

  14. #29
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    Jan 2011
    Florida
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    Re: What do you think about Roy Roush?

    Quote Originally Posted by okietreasurehunter
    I have talked with Roy on a number of occassions and he is a nice guy. I would have to question anyone who thinks J. Frank Dalton was Jesse James though.
    Frank Dalton was a U.S. Marshal in Coffeeville, and was killed in the line of duty when he was 28 years old.......
    DON'T TREAD ON ME!

  15. #30
    us
    Jan 2011
    Florida
    Garret Sea Hawk,White's Coinmaster,Goldmaster,MXT,BH
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    Re: What do you think about Roy Roush?

    Quote Originally Posted by goverton
    I don't have Roy's books but the few I have tell some things and leave some things out.....on purpose?...maybe ....so they can
    write another book.....

    You have to be able to read between the lines and put 2 and 2 together and study everything on your maps! Everything means something and if you look hard enough and put your thinking cap on, you will figure it out.....What I have found is.....creeks on maps are not always creeks, same for trails....trails may be creeks....Dates will be more than dates......say for example the
    date 1844.......it may mean the "1" is on a survey grid line of plat map, the 844 may mean 844 chains, varas, feet, etc.to a plat map grid line or marker in field or it may mean 1+8+4+4=17=1+7=8 , 8 may mean a "H" or "Foot print"
    Got to love puzzles and have a knack for making things work in the puzzle. I have even take a magnifing glass to stare at marks on a map to finally see that that mark made a number that could barely be seen....and that number will be the biggest clue and the smallest mark....

    If you have solved your map correctly, then all the indicators, Dates, lines, words, numbers etc, will all make sense TOGETHER and put you in the right area. Man made it and man can decipher it.
    Well if you notice the symbol on the KGC signs that is the "R" over the "61"-Richmond 6+1=7 or Route 61. And as you know 7 is associated with most things in history.....The seven cities of gold, the seven spikes on the statue of liberties head crown
    DON'T TREAD ON ME!

 

 
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