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  1. #1

    Aug 2006
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    My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    My attempt to dig a hole in the NF for the Beale Treasure and the shock when I learned all the ways the FS uses to stop you; even if you tell them the very close area where it is located; you fill out paperwork; pay fees; swear on your children's inheritance, etc that you will put the land exactly back like it was, whether you find the treasure or not, & they still won't give you a permit

    Anyway, that is what started my quest to find out what was going on as far as the limitations, restrictions, etc. to our access to our Public Lands. Boy, have I got a boat-load of stuff accumulated for the last couple of years. I've put most of it on a website to educate my fellow treasure hunters and hope you are interested enough to spend 39 cents and write a letter to a Congressman who is trying to get my legislation passed that I wrote to fix this. http://www.ourrighttopubliclandsaccess.com/

    I'm serious! I wrote legislation and I'm going to get it passed or die trying, but I need snail mail letters written by the thousands. Hopefully the folks here will see fit to learn from my quest and help me get YOUR Public Land Rights back.

    This is my first time here but I'm going to visit every single site I can find and post this so hopefully, my Congressman can walk into the House Resources Committee room with a dozen people behind him all carrying boxes of hand written letters supporting legislation to get our "Public Lands access" and "Public Lands rights" back.

    Treasure hunting is what brought foreigners over here from all over the world, and they left behind treasures of their own and I want to find them legally.
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  2. #2
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    Re: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    welcome to treasure net.



    john in arkansas
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    Re: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    Hello,

    Mrs. Strole,
    I wanted to tell you that i glanced at your website and i will go back and read it all. Very informative.Will take a while to read it all(if i count the links) but it will be worth it.
    I also wanted to thank you for the hard work you are doing on behalf of all MD'ers and Gold Panners and Treasure Hunters alike. Your persistance and sacrifice should be appreciated by everyone who uses this forum.

    And again,
    Welcome to the forum,

    Mike in SC
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    Formerly " Mike in SC "

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    Re: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    As it stands, there is only one GOOD way to get your access:

    Find a good attorney, who has experience in dealing with the government. He will negotiate the splitting of the treasure (you probably won't get better than 50%), and hand walk all the paperwork through. It would be best to get one who believes in your quest, because he may be willing to work for a share.

    Your idea is great, but legislation won't be very quick to pass. I'll send in letters of support for your legislation. In the meantime, find that lawyer!

    Good Luck-Mike
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  5. #5

    Aug 2006
    9

    Reply to Mike: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.
    Quote Originally Posted by gollum
    Find a good attorney, who has experience in dealing with the government. He will negotiate the splitting of the treasure (you probably won't get better than 50%), and hand walk all the paperwork through. It would be best to get one who believes in your quest, because he may be willing to work for a share.
    Good Luck-Mike
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    Mike,
    I found a good attorney years ago; shortly after I was allowed on the Beale Treasure team. He was Mel Fisher's attorney who went all the way to the Supreme Court for him, and yes he was going to work for a share. We negotiated an agreement with all the BT team partners and then .... ... the papers he sent me didn't look like the verbal agreement we had made on the phone.

    Before I even went looking for an attorney, we had already used magnetometers, ground penetrating radar, electromagnetics, micro-gravity, resistance, etc. with mixed results due to........ oops, nevermind. Then, he said I had to come up with proof of the treasure's existence so after lots and lots of research I found a guy who would do it for $2k. This fellow I found does this for a living in Mexico working with President Fox. He gets 50% of everything he finds, gold or trinkets........ Then the attorney told me the equipment I was going to use was experimental and would not be approved; so I was wasting my time. One day I need to go see that attorney. I still have all his information and he had an office on Key West, Florida. He would remember me.

    Yes, you are correct about getting only half of the treasure, and that is after a year of allowing all kinds of yahoo's to make claims for it as their own. If it is on private land and you have documents proving you had an agreement with the land owner; better keep it in a safety deposit box. Then after you split with the land owner, you split with the government, then you take what's left and pay income tax on it.

    I have some documents I need to scan and post on my website concerning just ALL that.... and treasure trove law in general. You know; there is no such thing as treasure trove law on land; only if the treasure is under water. Keep in mind, it can be Lake Michigan or the Mississippi River, there are laws, but not for treasure on public land. And that is where the Beale Treasure is.

    And now a quote from someone who emailed me "When the ESA was introduced it was no big deal . BUT THEN it became the main weapon for closing down half the known world to everything but birds and worms."

    He hit it right on the head; the government employees (who now think they are Gods because of the ESA) and the liberal judges who want to save the earth, and the wacko's which I will cover in another post are keeping honest Americans from their Public Land.

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    Howdy Deborah, and well met! You may want to contact Helen Chenowith- Haig. She may be of some help. Hope I got the name right, It's been many years since I met her. She is (or was) a congresswoman and has a distinct interest in public lands and land disputes. Her husband and her were tormented for years by the BLM, and it wound up causing him so much stress in terms of dollars and lost sleep that it literally killed him. She has a vested interest in these kinds of things, has pull, and doesn't back down from squat.

    My kinda lady.... sounds a lot like you are too! (Relax, I'm taken!) LOL!

    Anyways, another you may want to read up on, or talk to would be Holly Swanson.

    Two of the most passionate people I've ever met when it comes to government takings, green ideology, and land issues.

    In fact, here's a shameless plug.....
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  7. #7

    Aug 2006
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    Re: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    Quote Originally Posted by beale
    Deborah, You can take a pick and shovel and dig a tunnel forever without the NF knowing you are there. As long as the government red tape takes, you could take your hands and dig up treasure faster than they will move. Trying to get a bill passed through congress is a Nobel deed, but a huge waste of time and funds.
    Take high tech scanning equipment in there and see if anything is there. Then dig your tunnels the old fashion way. No need for bulldozers or backhoes.
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    Not in this spot! You would have to start digging a half mile from the target and since the terrain is full of rocks the size of a house; forget it. And since we had to pinpoint the spot on a map in order to apply for a digging permit; the area is watched closely, and we have people who are watching them watch us. Pretty funny really. When my legislation passes; that's it, we're in!

    And I take offense to you saying my "Nobel deed, but a huge waste of time and funds". It is not just for me anymore. It stopped being just for me when I learned of all the corruption involved in NFS CFR's, code books, etc., the environmentalist running the part of the House Resources over Public Lands instead of Congressmen. If you are interested in this; read the link on my website (The Problem) tab. http://www.ourrighttopubliclandsaccess.com/
    I wish the wacko environmentalist would police their own, like this group http://www.sas.org/tcs/weeklyIssues_...e1p/index.html

    As long as the communist are herding us onto Reservations for all people and keeping the rest of the U.S. for the animals, it isn't a legislative bill just for me. It's for all of us and I hope you will send a letter or post card as is asked for on my website.
    http://www.ourrighttopubliclandsaccess.com/ [quote=Jeffro ]

  8. #8

    Aug 2006
    9

    Re: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.





    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffro
    Helen Chenowith- Haig. She is (or was) a congresswoman and has a distinct interest in public lands and land disputes. Her husband and her were tormented for years by the BLM, and it wound up causing him so much stress in terms of dollars and lost sleep that it literally killed him. She has a vested interest in these kinds of things, has pull, and doesn't back down from squat.

    _________________________________________________



    THANKS!!! I made myself a note on my computer calendar to do a search for both of them. I need all the help I can get. Pray my computer doesn't go down............
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  9. #9
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    Re: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    Oh, I think you'll like them both just fine.

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    Re: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    I think this is the exact reason most people just dig and don't tell anyone
    Sincerely,
    Randy Wright
    History Lover

  11. #11

    Aug 2006
    9

    Re: Reply to Mike: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    You seem well versed in law. Why do you list all of the equipment you have used to locate the Beale Treasure on NF. You did get the necessary paper work. They can fine you up to $250,000. for each piece of equipment you say you have had on NF. They can give you ten years imprisonment, seize your equipment and take your vehicles that you got there in. You know I am speaking from experience on this matter.

    I wish you the best on the recovery of the Beale Treasure. I personally do not believe that you have the right location. Sure the research is good and the decipherment of the codes seems logical. As parting ways in the heat of the desert; one will choose the right direction and the others ------- well you know what I mean. I can take you to the Beale Treasure----------it is beside of a country road------four miles from Bufford's Tavern. With your partners I have been to their site on many occasions. I like mine better but I wish you luck anyways. Most likely you will need it.

    OK, then you know who I am; and you know the person who cracked the final part of the code. And the equipment that I listed was used at the site before I became a partner. With mixed results. The one and only time I went there, we took only ourselves; not even a shovel and we didn't even turn over a rock. I have no desire to spend time in a Virginia jail. I went so my husband and I could meet the partners and see the site. There are some holes already dug out there but the NFS will probably clean the site up. Doesn't matter, they are off a ways.

    He can't dig it up and make money so he wrote a book; a real one this time and it is going to be published in Canada. Don't know how much he is going to reveal.

    Kind regards,
    Deborah

  12. #12

    Aug 2006
    9

    My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    Quote Originally Posted by djui5
    I think this is the exact reason most people just dig and don't tell anyone
    That doesn't ensure us our Public Land Rights back from the environmentalist zealots. When I'm finished EVERY recreation will be allowed without all the red tape if you want to go off trail.

    I hate the fact that "recreational areas" are the only places We The People are welcome on public land.
    Think of how many years wars have been fought for control or ownership of land.

    The NFS (read environmentalist) took all the guarantees in the 5th Amendment to the Constitution and used underhanded ways to get control.
    http://www.ourrighttopubliclandsaccess.com/
    Go to my website; click on sample letter, the second link from the left and help us get our land rights back.
    Kind regards,
    Deborah

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    Re: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

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    Re: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    Deborah,

    I hope you get what you want. Your proposals look good. Just remember that you can go in the backdoor or sidedoor as easily as you can the front. Don,t be afraid to get creative in your efforts. You obviously don,t take no for an answer, but don,t keep butting your head on a rock, bring some dynamite. Good luck.

    Ed Donovan
    Keep detecting, Keep finding, Keep digging!

    Ed Donovan

  15. #15

    Aug 2006
    9

    Re: My attempt to dig a hole in the NF and where it led me.

    Quote Originally Posted by beale
    Deborah,

    Sorry about the previous post I made about the fines and such. Most everyone tries to do things the legal way. It is the toughest route to follow.

    I didn't even know about the penalties of using a metal detector in the NF until one day I contacted the head ranger and asked him about metal detecting near Boone, North Carolina. When he told me the penalty I almost passed out. I had been down there detecting for three days with rangers driving by and starring at me. I didn't even know I could have went to jail. So others out there beware and find out such things. We do take our freedoms for granted sometimes and for this we can assume wrong.

    The fines being very steep and the tolerance for anyone is zero. So anyone and everyone get behind this Deborah Strole Bill and get letters and e-mail messages so we can change NF laws and get our land of freedom to hunt back.



    Thanks for the endorsement!!!!! Yes, it's about getting BACK what the environmentalist law writers have taken away from us the last 30 years. I only takes 5 minutes to print out the letter and fill it in and get a stamp and get it in the mailbox!

    http://www.ourrighttopubliclandsaccess.com/
    Go to my website; click on sample letter, the second link from the left and help us get our land rights back.

    Kind regards,

    Deborah

 

 
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