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  1. #1

    Aug 2005
    5

    cross in rock

    hey this is justin i am 16 yo am addicted to metal detecting w/ my old whites 6000 di pro and recently made an interesting discovery i found a cross etched in a rock i dnt have any pics yet altho i have taken some ?the rock is fairly symmetrical and is shaped like a coffin or skull the top of it has 2 horizontal lines while the cross is just below the rock is about 2 feet by 3 feet about 70 feet below i found an 11 foot 9 inch hole which i believe is a privy the only problem is all of this is on the side of a mountain and i cant find a foundation what is goin on? ?i have found 2 huge trees w/ markings in em one of which has a vertical rectangle carved in it not sure i was catapulted into this idea of a cache when i first saw these markings am i off the mark?

  2. #2

    Apr 2005
    colorado
    850
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    Re: cross in rock

    Are the trees alive? If so they are probably too young to mean anything
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  3. #3

    Aug 2005
    5

    Re: cross in rock

    they are at least 100 yo and are rotting inside on one side of one barbed wire has obviously been in the tree for many years and ther is a huge cut in it

  4. #4

    Aug 2005
    5

    Re: cross in rock

    ther are many rocks around it n the area and stacked together on a very steep hill it seems as tho whoever did it took great pains to the rock faces the east almost exactly too some kind of compass? 20 feet away is a rock that matches the hillside like a map w/ a hole and a gully exactly where the privy or well is im so confused

  5. #5

    Apr 2005
    colorado
    850
    1 times
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    Re: cross in rock

    Remember Cottonwoods live and die fast, a 4 ft across Cottonwood can only be 75 years old with good water.
    Dano
    So if your basing your findings on a tree make sure its an oak or an elm.
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  6. #6

    Apr 2005
    colorado
    850
    1 times
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    Re: cross in rock

    If you have a Cottonwood tree with barbed wire in it, it probably aint that old. Not to say you dont have a viable find near, but make sure what kind of tree it is and go from there.
    Dano
    Specialized Tracking, Searches, Research, Huge Treasure library.
    CZ-20  Arc-geo logger  Garret's  Tessoro's  magnetometer  Spectral Analysis
    Bloodhound tracking  Helicopter services Photography etc.

  7. #7

    Aug 2005
    5

    Re: cross in rock

    i no that farms were in the area 100 years ago and both trees are oaks the one above and the one below its ver hard to explain and if i had pics it would be much easier sry for the inconvenience just wish i could figure out wut this cross would mean

 

 

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