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    Gypsyheart~ Queen of Rust

    Nov 2005
    44 times

    Crown Point, Lake Champlain

    On Crown Point is a ruin of a fort that had been erected by Lord Amherst in 1731.It was said when the French evacuated the area ,that they buried money and bullionin a well, 90 feet down, in the northwestern corner of the bastion. While they had expected to retreive the cache at a later time , this didnt happen. Over the years countless attempts have been made to find the treasure, but so far, no luck. About fifty years ago, a large group of men,undertook the clearing of the site and searched, but still no gold. Maybe there is gold to be found yet, along with alot of great relics!
    (This story taken from Volume 9,page 8 of As to Buried Treasure,Cliffs Water and Mountains ,by Charles M Skinner)
    I go a great distance,while some are considering whether they will start today or tomorrow

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  3. #2

    May 2006
    1 times

    Re: Crown Point, Lake Champlain

    The state took it over I already checked but still might be good finds alonge the shore




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