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    I'm calling out TreasureForce for their LAD claims

    I feel a little odd doing this, but yet another soul is out there claiming to have found the LAD. He may already be posting here, I dont' know, but he goes by "Hutton Pulitzer" on Facebook, and I believe he is the owner of Treasureforce. Today he posted an article about the Ark of the Covenant, and I called him on some of his conclusions. I also called him on his LAD claims. His response is below:


    "..you MAY have missed the point. The real point is THERE NOW EXISTS a document that covers, comments and tells of where the Ark - at least at one time was- aside from scriptures. Thats the whole point, but once a naysayer always a naysayer right? It's a way of life. But, from the Academic level, the translation of this document and it telling of then Ark is pretty impressive. Guess you don't give much credit to what academics and historians find now a days.

    the Lost Adams was filmed for a TV special thus no share if the find results. The TV network paid for that right. Plus we can't control what a news report covers. They filmed us for hours for that news story and only used seconds of me. But that's the way news works. Anyway felt your post was a jib and not really about the story. anyway see u fancy yourself a treasure hunter. Would love to see your work. Sure u will see the TV special. As for us would rather sell the TV rights for $509k than post the climax on Facebook for zero."


    So he claims he sold the TV rights about his LAD find for $509K to a TV producer. That, and I am a naysayer about treasure! lol

    I responded that I would like him to spell out his LAD claims to a group I know and see if his LAD claims would hold water. I doubt I will hear from him, but I will be glad to eat all kinds of crow and apologize if he will just show us the gold! So Hutton, if you are a member at T-net, or ever read this, I encourage you so come and make me eat my words.

    My personal theory is he went and filmed the location that was documented by New Mexico Tech, and also mentioned in the articles on the LAD by the Socorro Chieftan. I believe some of you already know what I am referring to, but I will run down to Socorro and talk to the Mining school if need be to retrieve those details.
    Last edited by UncleMatt; Jan 13, 2014 at 02:40 PM.

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    Are these the same guys who had a 'looking for Bigfoot' show on one of the cable channels?
    ​Adios, amigos - it's been interesting.







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    treasureforce - YouTube

    Here he is. I asked him to send me a private message, but didn't hear a whisper from him. Imagine that.

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    If someone was stupid enough to pay this guy over $500k for a treasure site they could have gotten from New Mexico Tech for FREE, I will be laughing a lot in 2014!
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    Hello Uncle Matt

    The guy sounds full of it.

    Tv documentary producers sound glamorous but are generally ass out pants guys that are lucky to cover their wages let alone payout 500 grand for the rights to a story to produce.

    National geographic is buyer of documentaries. they do not make them theirselves they buy and dictate the price as well as history channel. Most will average will pay out 176 grand one off payment for a fully produced documentary for that they have all future rights and Royalties under their label. Any one claiming that they have been paid 500 grand is blowing smoke out of their ass. Documentary Producers want their material for free or next to nothing. Even funding for such projects they have to beg borrow steal for. Most documentaries rely on various film grants or on even rarer investor people who can afford to lose their money.

    That,s why most of these detection Reality TV shows the people work for free for their 15 minutes of fame except the film crew and producer their cheap to produce. Production cost are about 50 grand on average.

    Crow

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    Oh, I am fully aware how full of it he is! I even posted articles that show many people have claimed to have found the LAD, and didn't hear back from him again. I also seriously doubt anyone gave him over $500K to film his LAD location. I also asked him why he would have given the rights to that location to a TV show if it was really the LAD and had BILLIONS in gold on the site. No response...

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    Didn't W.C. Jameson's secretary post on here that Jameson and friends had found the LAD and he would be writing about it? Think this was last spring or summer. Don't remember. As for the Ark, there was something about a old page of writing that told where it had been, all details except one, where it is now. Think it was on Yahoo last week or two...
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    Hello All

    He is another expose of an Alleged Ark discovery.

    The Tombman Ben Hammott is offering a fake Ark for sale | Rennes-le-Chateau Research and Resource

    Crow

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    Quote Originally Posted by austin View Post
    Didn't W.C. Jameson's secretary post on here that Jameson and friends had found the LAD and he would be writing about it? Think this was last spring or summer. Don't remember. As for the Ark, there was something about a old page of writing that told where it had been, all details except one, where it is now. Think it was on Yahoo last week or two...
    You're right about W.C., I've been waiting for the rest of the story. There was also a convincing story about finding it in the GPAA's Gold Prospector mag., pics of the site but no kettle full of gold. Who knows?
    Two rules in life: Don't sweat the small stuff.

    It's all small stuff.

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    us
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    Like I said, I will be glad to eat crow if he actually has found it. So Hutton, come on down!

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    vg
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    Hello UncleMatt

    I am getting a little worried about all this talk of eating Crow I'm a little gristly around the edges to be eaten. With all the toxins in my body you may get food poisoning Strewth between You and Done Jose and his Mary Kai Kai I hate to be shipwrecked with you two.

    It as you already know its next to impossible to prove an abandoned diggings either way as a possible famous lost mine site. There are so many abandoned mines anyone can say this is it.

    Crow
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    LOL, that's great!

    As far as proof, I just want to see the gold. If there is no gold, but still a site, how about the remains of the burned out cabin? The chimney should be there if nothing else...

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    vg
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    These Guys are pretend treasure hunters. All for TV, that is how it works. All these cheap reality shows are the same mindless drivel for the brain dead masses. If there was gold there as they claim you wouldn't want to publish it through the Media now would you.

    Crow

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    They didn't find the Lost Adams Diggings. I'm convinced of that.

    "Treasure Force" and W.C. Jameson may be genuine treasure hunters, but they are not treasure finders. Treasure Force, in my opinion, is just another group that goes back to F.L. Coffman and Lieut. Harry Rieseberg and other posers. Look at their website - they seek no treasure less than $500,000,000? Or is it $500,000,000,000 - I'm not bothering to go back and check.

    They claim to have a huge field operation, they need a gunsmith - the nonsense goes on and on. The "Commander's" "books" are for sale on Amazon. I seriously doubt combined they would be as helpful as a single NPG article by KvonM.

    Uncle Matt - may I suggest you don't waste your time on them? It isn't worth it. One of those gentlemen posted here on the TN Lost Adams sub-forum (I believe it was the Robert T. Emmet Thread I started) and all they were were ads.

    Good luck to all,

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    Hello OB

    I am trying to update my reading list for the new year and wish to acquire reading materials which document treasure hunts and/or adventures that are real, authentic and where the folks may have actually found something!

    Please could I ask that you kindly make some recommendations that I could possibly purchase. I recall on some thread here on treasurenet you mentioning something about an actual trip to the Cocos Islands in the Pacific (the ones associated with the various pirate treasures and the so-called "Treasure of Lima" - where someone or a group did discover a cache. I appreciate that the best discoveries are never made public and those that write about such things do so in order to make money in another way, or to simply satisfy their own importance. Maybe, just maybe there are some decent reads out there by folks who wrote out of genuine reasons to increase understanding and knowledge. I know that you are a walking encyclopedia on such matters and sincerely hope you can point me in the write direction.

    Many thanks for any assistance rendered.

    Dave

 

 
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