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  1. #391

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinderKeeper View Post
    Crow - Recipes - Cooks.com I just wonder how much crow some members here can eat
    In post #377 above, I'd like to add another option in. To how or what you'd answer . Between option #E and option # F, add "name-calling".

    So in other words, instead of addressing the evidence, or lack thereof, you go after the other person's character, intellect, personality, etc.... Eg.: in this case: "crow-eaters". I guess it could be worse, so.... I can't fault you too much

    Ok, how soon do we all eat crow ? Refer to #377 for the answer.

  2. #392
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    This Dents Run Gold is about the biggest bunch of baloney that I've ever witnessed.... I smell a scam here! This was totally debunked by an historical archaeologist that says, The men never existed anywhere in the historical record of the United States Army, the weights and measures were wrong for gold, the place names were modern and not the names of the locations at that time period, Pinkerton's have absolutely no record of this in their archives and the very first mention of it is in 1973 in an article in Treasure magazine. The legend apparently appeared nowhere before that. Now you're telling everyone that you know more than the archie does ....... Let's see your research or don't you have any? The Archie has plenty of research apparently!

    If anybody has any "FACTS" to refute what the Archie says, I'd like to hear them and see the source of the info. I certainly do not believe that there are any facts to support this treasure legend as I have also looked into it and found nothing but a regurgitated tale by Francis Scully that isn't even the original story.

    Where are the FACTS
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  3. #393
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    Do you all actually believe this?
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  4. #394
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    You wouldn't have found gold from test drilling if the gold was found there in the past and if your saying it was taken from the time the holes were drilled to when you allowed to dig it up then I say highly unlikely. Not saying it's impossible but highly unlikely, lets say it was taken in that short time period then you know who took it right and if that's the case you should know how it should be approached next time as any treasure even close to that big would be worth the risk.

  5. #395
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    Everything that I have says there are 889 Large Gold Bricks in two different locations, one in Virginia and the other in Tennessee...
    ...there is a third one at a Fort in Kentucky that has a large cache of gold bars.

  6. #396
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    ...there is a third one at a Fort in Kentucky that has a large cache of gold bars.

    Hahaha, those are long gone, just another empty hole. Just like all the other treasure tales. LOL
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    FAMOUS KENTUCKY CROW
    1 lg. feathered crow
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    Mix one cup Old Crow Kentucky Bourbon with 4 cups cow manure until pastry. Pack the manure around the crow. Bake in preheated oven 2 hours at 375 degrees. Gently crack the manure crust and remove crow. Throw crow away. Serve manure with LARGE shot of Old Crow Kentucky Bourbon.

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  8. #398
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    FinderKeeper, from you're post above you're politely telling everyone to eat crap.

    Please show everyone your research. Let's see you back up what you're claiming.
    Show us photos of the gold or your viking ship or your 5 million in silver from Gardeau that you've boasted of finding!
    You've blown a lot of hot air .... Now it's time to show us the proof!
    Inquiring minds want to know!
    Time to put up or shut up!
    Last edited by holeymoley; Apr 13, 2018 at 02:08 AM.

  9. #399
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    Quote Originally Posted by kayden View Post
    Do you all actually believe this?
    I believe that some people believe anything that they read on the Internet! :P

  10. #400

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    Quote Originally Posted by holeymoley View Post
    FinderKeeper, from you're post above you're politely telling everyone to eat crap....
    And this is known in debate as : "argumentum ad hominem" . It's where, instead of discussing the merits of an idea (proofs, evidences, or lacks of evidences) they instead resort to name-calling.

    But sure: Finderskeepers is being tame . It's not like "eat crow" is a very strong name-calling. However, on the other hand, it is not adding any evidence or merits to the discussion we're trying to solve.
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  11. #401
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    Years ago my son and I spent time up in Dent's Run, communicated with a man called "Sarge" (former police officer if I remember correctly). He related knowing someone local (a jeweler I think) that actually discovered a bar up around the 'ambush site.' In any case, I started digging - even went so far as the National Archives, etc. You name it, I poked through it. If nothing else, I enjoyed the research (love history). I did find disjointed odds and ends that fit the legend, but was never able to string anything together - maybe cause there was nothing to string. I'm operating from memory here - it has been several years at least - but, I did find a couple things that truly sparked some excitement (or, at least fun). First, was the discovery of military records that matched the story. Second, I tracked the lone survivor (tracing his movements as best I could) from the site along a line that roughly ran SW and along which (supposedly) gold pieces were discovered by the Pinkertons. At the end of the line I discovered his name/family in the census records. Of all the 'research' I engaged in, that piece was the most intriguing to me. Please forgive me if I can't be specific - again, it was years ago and I gave my research to my then partner. On top of it I don't even reside in the country anymore. No matter what - it was a fun legend to pursue. Nothing better than getting out into nature.

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    Finderskeeper...s , just curious. What is your position in the business? Is it a corporation? Are you president ? How many of the “workers” are members here? Is it voluntary?
    Perhaps I could use your services?? Rumor has it that their is $700 million in land owed to my fathers side of the family ? Near Allentown Pa , Blue mountain! Can’t find any info and most likely a rumor? The government has probably taken over the land for not paying taxes!
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  13. #403

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    Find a treasure. And THEN you "win".
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  14. #404
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    I think the whole Finders Keepers bio is a great story of how a person can be inspired by a map, leave his job and take a great leap of faith and start his own Treasure Finding Business with his family. It takes some guts, grit, determination, perseverance, tenacity, all qualities that we embrace on this site as fellow TH and Americans. Its that opportunity we all have to be entrepreneurs. Some of us would like to do what Dennis did, but to leave our jobs and do it is not an easy thing, having a family to support, bills to pay, etc and etc. Having a business of my own I understand both the uncertainty of succeeding but also the faith one must have in his abilities granted to him from God and the "fire in his belly" to actually step out in faith and do it and succeed knowing that he will work long and hard hours and reap the rewards of his labors. Yeah, my hat is off to Dennis and his Team because they have done something that inspires us all. Thank you Dennis!
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  15. #405

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    Quote Originally Posted by starsplitter View Post
    Years ago my son and I spent time up in Dent's Run, communicated with a man called "Sarge" (former police officer if I remember correctly). He related knowing someone local (a jeweler I think) that actually discovered a bar up around the 'ambush site.'
    My uncle lives in St Mary's.

    An old timer was his neighbor and his story was a local man sold gold shavings from a bar to a jewler from time to time.
    The man would never say where he got the gold bar or show the bar to anyone.Just sold shavings from it when he needed money.

    IMO just folklore but not to far off the story you have gotten.

 

 
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