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  1. #166
    Charter Member
    Dec 2006
    2493 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    World Wide Treasures of the 33rd degree Free Masons of the Seven Royal Courts of the Crown. New Lands gold mines and royal fifth vaults.

  2. #167

    Mar 2016
    24 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Blackbeard ship,copper scrolls,forest fenn,city of el dorado
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  3. #168
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    4123 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    It is a fact that if you don't write down on the exam what the teachers have told you is history then you won't pass their exams. Think about that for a minute before you order this book and open your eyes to the truth. It is not a legend and there are a lot of things that are not deciphered yet. There is plenty on the internet to look at if you don't want to buy the book, but the history and evidence is in the book if you are looking for proof. Click image for larger version. 

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  4. #169
    Oct 2014
    I Forgot
    201 times
    Cache Hunting
    Several great legends just posted here >>>
    Links To Watch Old Treasure Hunting TV Documentaries One
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    "It's a quest. It's a quest for fun. You're gonna have fun, and I'm gonna have fun... We're all gonna have so much ^#&^*@ fun we're gonna need plastic surgery to remove our @&%^! smiles! You'll be whistling 'Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah' out of your ^%$*&^!" - Clark Griswold

  5. #170

    Apr 2019
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    In south dallas, there is a damn lock on the trinity river 2 miles north of where the I20 west overpass and the trinity river intersect ...directly behind the Lincoln memorial cemetery on the triniy river

    My grandparents owned Elam sand and gravel next door. Every year an old man came by in the dry season and asked to go metal detecting for treasure from a civil war ship wreck.

    Does this general area match any known wreck? I will ask my mom, 83 years old. She should know the details!

  6. #171

    Oct 2016
    1354 times
    Researching Treasure Stories Author
    Quote Originally Posted by The Pete View Post
    How about that lost military payroll at Prarie Du Chein, Zack Taylor was post commander. It is always a topic in this area. Claimed never been found, But old Zack ended up with the funds to run for president.
    This is funny, The Pete was my first user ID and this many years later I am doing research and books on treasure legends.


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