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  1. #46
    us
    Dec 2004
    Long Island New York
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    Point prov-en cptbil ! score 1. How have you been ?. I haven't been around much, miss you're posts
    hope all is well, good luck on you're Hunt's

    kenb

  2. #47

    Aug 2005
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    It appears the only thing he proved is that it does not work.?

    Bill your word READ in the post you are referring to was highlighted like it came right out of a? Mister Rogers coloring book.

    And JT didn't even noticed it,? ?so all that training you endured must have been at most a waste of time and tax payers money.

  3. #48
    us
    Dec 2005
    Tennessee
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    " 'It'll have you tripping"...'Man I ain't going nowhere without my luggage'"

    Richard Pryor - 1972

    "Always Do Good...It'll Please Some and Confuse the Rest"

  4. #49
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    Jul 2004
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigcypresshunter
    cptbil,? Sorry, I can't possibly say if I want to split expenses of a trip to DC, or even if I'm interested, because I have no idea what you are talking about.

    diggemup, Sure I'd love to have some company. I didn't get out much this season due to personal problems.
    I need to buy a new detector, and maybe a used one too. ? I probably won't be able to get out to the swamp for at least a month. I'll send you a PM. I don't know much about the Ashley Gang, except he killed an Indian and was shot on Sebastian bridge. They found the murdered Seminole when they dug the old Mud Canal from the lake. I would like to hear more about the buried money.

    Here is a pic of the junction of Shark and Harney Rivers, where gold is rumored to be buried.
    Hey Bigcypress, I just started researching the ashley gang and the supposed buried money.They supposedly have several caches buried.The 2 largest being a $110,000 in gold buried somewhere in the area of thier old headquarters in canal point.The second one which is reportedly $25,000 in gold is buried somewhere near the St.Lucie inlet.I have some copies of historical ephemera which may shed some light on a few things.They should be here next week in the mail.Also theres a book titled"Red Grass River:A Legend" by James Carlos Blake,which tells of the exploits of the Ashley clan during there haydays between 1915 and 1926.The indian you were refering to I believe was named Billy Bowlegs.I saw your topo map of the shark and harney river junction.Those 2 humps of land look dead on,according to legend.Too bad it's in a national park.I also read somewhere that,the civil war payroll was buried near present day Hendry county near the Big Cypress Seminole res.I wonder what that is all about?Anyway thanks for the reply and i'll be waiting to hear from ya.Take care and H.H.-diggummup PS-captbll, I aint'z be attakin use,Iz is jus' statin fakt's,sorry but your posting techniques are arrogant,condescending and annoying to many, and like I said ,i've read many of your posts in the past and they are all the same jibberish.I'm sure you won't change and this is America so that being said have a nice evening and good luck to you and your team.

  5. #50
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    MAN! Las Vegas BOB:
    Please go back and REREAD Both of the "Posts" !
    I NEVER said ANYTHING about the Military teaching, or did I even mentioning, that They thought me, anything about using the (Using YOUR! word) "Crayolas" !
    If You'll REREAD the post, you'll see that MR.JT assumed & brought that up!
    You have just reenforced the Whole "intercourse" !
    Thanks!
    CptBil & Bugs

  6. #51
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    KenB:
    How are you ?
    How's the weather up there !
    I was on eBAY and saw several really good buys on Boats up there !
    Only thing, I didn't want to "bid" on them, because of the snow ? on the Interstate !
    What and when are you planning for, on your vacation ?
    CptBil & Bugs

  7. #52

    Jan 2006
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    No offense intended but this thread has become so childish and of topic. Is seems to me that if you can't or won't talk about your treasure legend then why say anything no matter what color or font?

  8. #53
    us
    Dec 2004
    Long Island New York
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    cptbil, all's good up here but no vaca plans as of yet. I promised my wife the house would be done before any "free time" for me. I'm a little behind schedule, but getting there. If I can help in any way with a boat up this way, let me know. I've got a couple company's I work with that do cross country trans.

    kenb

    P.S., point of post, you don't have to prove sh!+ to anybody here.

  9. #54
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    Pirate of the Martires

    Feb 2005
    Port Richey, Florida
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    Hey Big Cypress, sorry I didn't reply sooner. I don't check this forum too often. I'm busy actually searching for treasure. There are 16 chests of treasure buried on the island at the junction of the Shark and Harney rivers. It was buried there by Capt. Jack Rackham (Calico Jack). He was later captured by Spanish and taken to St. Iago de la Vega (Jamaica) tried and hanged. His body was displayed on a small island outside of Kingston and the island is still called Rackham Cay. If you research Jack's trial you will see that he was captured with no treasure on board his vessel. Also captured with him was Anne Bonney and Mary Read.

  10. #55
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    Aug 2005
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    captbil,
    Man! Do folks like to give you a hard time!
    I'm a relative newby on this forum and I still want to believe that a lot of legends are true.

    With that said:
    I would be very interested in meeting with you (in person or by phone) and discussing some of your research. I have the time to spend searching and enough money to hire manpower and equipment. I think we could agree on a "small" cache as a trial and an equitable split.
    You risk nothing but the information you've already done. I risk my time and money.
    Interested?
    grizzly bare

  11. #56
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    MR. Grizzly Bare:
    Do You Fly ?
    AS far as, " Am I interested ? "
    Yes! Sir!
    I am ALWAYS INTERESTED!
    AND!
    Since this year is going to be another of the Long Trips!
    (8-12 months! 'kuz, I got a few extra bucks (The 40k) in my jeans! )
    I certainly have/will, as You Do!, Have or MAKE! the time!
    I was considering making it to Florida,
    BUT!
    After some due consideraton, ( And a FEW? Hints from the Wife, about being "Flighty" ) I believe that I'l stay with my original plans!
    I'll email you my phone number >>>>
    CptBil & Bugs

  12. #57
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    Mr. Grizzly Bare:
    I am still waiting for you to tell me..
    Is It a Yes! or a No!
    CptBil & Bugs

  13. #58
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    Aug 2005
    Warrenton, VA
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    cptbil,
    I have your telephone number and will call you Monday evening if that is okay with you. Be thinking of a nice cache we can work on as a trial run to find out if we can work together (actually I'm pretty easy to work with) Don't mind digging and certainly wouldn't mind finding a hidden cache of gold or silver. Or old nails or shells or whatever. The fun is in the companionship and hunt.

    grizzly bare

  14. #59

    Feb 2006
    New England
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    Don't mind digging and certainly wouldn't mind finding a hidden cache of gold or silver. Or old nails or shells or whatever. The fun is in the companionship and hunt.

    grizzly bare



    That's the first thing said in this forum that makes any sense.
    RonS
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  15. #60
    JT
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    Mar 2005
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    Re: Swamp Gold

    Just curious, cptbill, are you planning to search for the [color=red]BIG, HUGE, AND I MEAN HUGE, LARGEST TREASURE IN THE US [color=black]that you know the location of in Florida, or the load of buried weapons in Texas that you know the location of within 100 yards, or the treasure offshore Texas that you have pinpointed, or maybe the Spanish mine you found, then left because a storm came up?

    I'm just wondering, because the stories are hard to keep straight, and since you'll be gone for 8-12 months without internet access, we won't have any updates.

 

 
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