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    Quick Question

    It seems like the treasure at the bottom of the cave is a lost cause to look for. With that in mind, I would think it makes the most sense to look for some of the treasure that Noss had buried in random locations, no?

    So, is there any info he left behind on where he buried some of these gold bars and other artifacts? Or did only he know?

    Thanks for any info.

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  3. #2
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    Re: Quick Question

    Glenn Carson had this same idea back in the 90's. He got a lead on where 38 of the gold bars were buried. It took him a long time to secure permission from the military to look but he did. He found the location and the hole where the bars had been. So the basic story is true, but a lot of the bars have been moved around.

  4. #3
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    Re: Quick Question

    More good information is needed.

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    Re: Quick Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankn
    Glenn Carson had this same idea back in the 90's. He got a lead on where 38 of the gold bars were buried. It took him a long time to secure permission from the military to look but he did. He found the location and the hole where the bars had been. So the basic story is true, but a lot of the bars have been moved around.
    That is true-----Noss DID move 110 bars the night before his murder ! That is why his "partner' shot him !---I was out there when Carson made his search and his presence was highly resented by the ONFP --having someone sliip in under our contract---without all the hassle and expense we were forced to go thru-----WE were the LEGAL claimants and we were not permitted to search anywhere more than ONE MILE from Victorio Peak !! ( even though we knew of other sites )------I am Martian Monster
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    Re: Quick Question

    Great information from #3. Thank you.

  7. #6
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    Re: Quick Question

    #5 have great information that many of us did not know. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martian Monster View Post
    That is true-----Noss DID move 110 bars the night before his murder ! That is why his "partner' shot him !---I was out there when Carson made his search and his presence was highly resented by the ONFP --having someone sliip in under our contract---without all the hassle and expense we were forced to go thru-----WE were the LEGAL claimants and we were not permitted to search anywhere more than ONE MILE from Victorio Peak !! ( even though we knew of other sites )------I am Martian Monster

    So there is approx. 50 bars out there somewhere in the surrounding area?

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    With many big snakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Connecticut Sam View Post
    With many big snakes.
    Snakes guard the bars of gold? There sure is a lot of them, but not year round. Ive had my run-ins.

 

 

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