Oct 12, 2007, 12:57 PM
Burns Treasure Tree Off Peralta Road
Does anyone know the area of the Burns Ranch off of Peralta Road? The claims there were once owned by Herny Burns. Then by Charles "Chuck" Crawford. There were a number of articles about the area, Burns, and Crawford in the Pinal Visitor newspaper in the later 1990's. Supposedly there is a treasure tree out there. Jack Carlson, author of The Hikers Guide To The Superstion Wilderness, was out there looking for the treasure tree ... without luck. He also supposedly sent copies of some web pages to the Historical Society about the treasure tree. There is a picture of the treasure tree and the following clues.
In the land before the Superstitions,
where Miguel Peralta ran to the North,
and Burns' dead treasure tree still clutches the ground,
a story told in a thousand words awaits the appointed time.
Once you know,
listen for the iron talker to scream in fear,
13 feet South of the elder reservoir of needles,
when walking along the line between the wizard's hat and that of the sleeping Mexican.
Three are interned there from where the visitors have been: the butte, Egypt, and Switzerland. Because the guardians turned prophecy into cipher, your eyes must listen to the symbols speaking. But be ye warned, the acts of Emory, Roselitta, and Emilia, predicted as the futures past, have been done by the numbers 1, 3, and 13.
CAN ANYONE HELP ME OUT WITH INFORMATION ON THE EXACT LOCATION OF THE TREASURE TREE AND WHAT THESE CLUES MEAN
Here is the link to the web site where the picture of the treasure tree.
Oct 12, 2007 12:57 PM