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    wcjameson claims LAD found

    On the General Discussion Forum someone claiming to be W.C. Jameson says he is part of an expedition that has
    found the LAD.

    Thoughts anyone?

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    The LAD was found about 3-5 years ago by some treasure hunters using aerial photos to find the zigzag canyon. They wanted to tell the world, but needed to investigate further. They or someone else must have contacted Mr. Jameson who may have supported the idea and gone looking, maybe with them. Mr. Jameson's friend and secretary introduced herself to us a few weeks ago and that is indeed his site, post, whatever it's called. She has used it before to answer questions for some of the members here. I personally have used google earth to look at what the guys found, there is indeed a z shaped or zigzag canyon(well, not exactly a z, but close), and I believe Mr. Jameson. I am too old to chase gold and have no desire to do so anyway. Matters not what I believe, time will or will not bear him out. With his resources and research it would not surprise me. If what I saw was that canyon leading into the gold canyon, then it was not that hard to find, but super hard to get to because of the rugged desolate area that kept it hidden for so long...
    Last edited by austin; Sep 20, 2012 at 10:10 PM.

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    To make it easier to find the thread as it gets shifted around over time.

    W.C. Jameson still Treasure Hunting
    "There is no getting away from a treasure that once fastens upon your mind" - Joseph Conrad (Nostromo)

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    The LAD forum is not highlighted in blue like some of the others even though this thread is recent.

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    Could you share the google image of the "z" canyon?

    Bill

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    Hi lastleg,

    I never claimed to be W.C. If you read the forum I posted I was acting on behalf of him. With his permission in other words. Every comment posted is directly from him to me. I am his webmaster, his publisher and best of all, a friend. We came here to comment on post and things that are being said about him and to shine some "truth" light on the wrong things said about him. Mainly, in his defense. Isn't that fair?
    At anytime, anyone can email him from his website and ask. The message of the LAD is from W.C. to me. He also posted the same message on his facebook fanpage.
    Hope this clears up the worries a bit.

    Thanks
    Deborah
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    Feel like I came late to the party. Somebody claims he has found the diggins, I just want to know if that claim is credible.
    The only way to determine that is hear specifics which I haven't. What key do I twist? There is an official LAD forum y'know.
    I'm a long term follower of the legend, personal reasons.

    As far as Mr Jameson, yes I've read several articles bearing his autograph in the treasure rags, not any books so far. I have
    nothing bad or good to say about him. Just neutral for now.

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    us
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    If you guys are asking ME , I was told by someone who knows the guys(ones who found it) to get on Google Earth, go NORTH from Silver City, New Mexico and search slowly when you get about 75-100 miles North and a bit Northwest. I did that and found a series of back and forth canyons, very narrow, that are a scrunged or mashed down Z . Not tall, but a spread out Z. You find them and you can see where you go one way through a narrow canyon, back the other way through a narrow canyon and then back the other way through a narrow canyon that opens into a bigger area. This place is away from everything, very isolated, probably really tough to find the canyons and they told me they went in on foot after several days hike. I got this info because I was a college history prof. and the guy just wanted me to know. I never shared it with anyone, don't know the GPS coordinates, but will try to look again for them. You folks are a lot younger, dedicated to this stuff and I figured that telling you will make up for my smart mouth in the past. NOW, I could be seeing what I want to see, but the guy was/is pretty reliable. It fits the bill, but who really knows. I will tell you this. If people start telling you no it ain't, you better believe it is. Good luck to all of you. One more thing. If one of you finds it I want a decent bottle of tequila, a teenage latina and enough oxygen to hopefully not die till dawn.
    Last edited by austin; Sep 24, 2012 at 09:48 PM.

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    Just in the FWIW category - I wouldn't post any GPS coordinates to anything like that. Even posting the information you did Austin will undoubtedly lead someone(s) to try to physically find the place and if there's ANYTHING there at all, you can bet it will be exploited for all it's worth. Worse case scenario someone(s) gets lost and or dies trying to get to a remote/isolated area. Unless the original "finders" are willing to give up directions/coordinates, it's only going to be hearsay and for something like this, it cause a real mess.
    "There is no getting away from a treasure that once fastens upon your mind" - Joseph Conrad (Nostromo)

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    The blue bulb went off again.

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    I was given coordinates 3 years ago and it still took a long time to find. I do not know the coordinates, I threw them away, but if you seek, you will find. It will eventually jump out at you. Cubfan64, I have no interest in gold or treasure and I'm not going to be secretive about what I saw on an aerial photo. I give people credit for knowing their limitations and trust me, if Jameson and his partners(?) have gone in on foot and located this, it is theirs. Besides, finding something on a map doesn't make it true on the ground. Again, if I have time I will search, but if you can't find it on an aerial map, then you will never find it on the ground so Cubfan64 is right, don't try. But I just wanted to share what I know. But don't fret, you can read about it in Mr.Jameson's book.

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    What's going on with the blue highlight? Isn't it there to alert posters of recent activity? Austin's post was yesterday.

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    Lastleg , do not be afraid of the blue highlight go to it and you will have a better life.

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    Still not searching for google earth coordinates, but I will. I found them once, hopefully again...

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    Sam, I once followed a blue light and it got me nowhere.

    Does anyone know who Jacka$$ Jill is? The area described is her stomping grounds or was. She wrote for the GPAA mag.
    She and her jacks covered a lot of ground from Silver City to the Muggies.

 

 
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