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  1. #1
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    Milton "Doc" Noss...Who was he???

    Perhaps one of the best ways of approaching a topic like the Victorio Peak legend is to look at the people involved and see what we can gleam. Just what do we REALLY know about Milton E. (Doc) Noss? Where was he born? When? When was he first married? Second marriage? Dates, names, places, facts and figures backed up by documentation of some kind or another. This is what I would like to see more of. This very year, we gained access to another piece of "solid" evidence, the 1940 census...the first time I have been able to 100% verify Milton Noss and family. For those of you who have not seen it, the document is quite curious. For starters, Milton gives his age as 44...yet all accounts I have seen have his birth year as 1905. The census paper indicates that Milton himself gave the information to the census taker, so, what about it 36 or 44?

    I'd lov eto see more, anyone who has genuine documentation on Milton Noss, Ova Beckwith...or any of the other "key characters" involved, let us see them.

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    Noss and his family got rob by the Army and the federal government. We want the truth now about where the treasure was sold to and what the federal government did went it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Connecticut Sam View Post
    Noss and his family got rob by the Army and the federal government. We want the truth now about where the treasure was sold to and what the federal government did went it.
    There is no proof the gov took any of it, just leads.

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    I stand by #2.

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    Response number three is also very valid, maybe, I think so.

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    Does anyone know what happened to Doc Noss' truck, the one in his death photo? (http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-JHStenK7V4...Noss+Death.jpg) I heard that it ended up in a museum somewhere New Mexico but I'm not sure about that.

    It's a 47-49 Chevrolet. I'm rebuilding one like it and questions about his truck come up from time to time in conversations about my project because it is a similar model. If anyone has any info about that pls share thx. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by 48Chevy View Post
    Does anyone know what happened to Doc Noss' truck, the one in his death photo? (http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-JHStenK7V4...Noss+Death.jpg) I heard that it ended up in a museum somewhere New Mexico but I'm not sure about that.

    It's a 47-49 Chevrolet. I'm rebuilding one like it and questions about his truck come up from time to time in conversations about my project because it is a similar model. If anyone has any info about that pls share thx. Click image for larger version. 

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    He actually died on Charlie Ryan's bumper. The trucks were parked face to face, Doc's truck is behind him.

    The Gold House - The Treasure of Victorio Peak

    cheers,

    -alex

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    Thank you for the info Alex. It's been a few years since I did any research on this treasure legend, but I didn't know Doc Noss died at Charlie Ryan's truck. I always thought he was on his own bumper in that pic.

    I can't quite make out what the other vehicle is in the photo, but the truck on the left is the one I get questions about among the treasure hunter community. So with that in mind, do you know where Charlie Ryan's truck ended up? I heard Doc Noss' was in an NM museum like I said before, but idk what the name of it was. It also raises the point of what the vehicle on the right is cause I really can't tell in that pic. By that I mean, if Doc Noss was not in the late 40's Chevy on the left, and Charlie Ryan was, what was Doc Noss driving?

    As for the restoration of my own truck its coming along. Not running yet but I'm still on body work right now. I'll be putting a new engine in it soon I can't save the old one.

    I'm going to read up some more on Victorio Peak. It's been a long time since I've read anything about it and I'm fuzzy on a lot of the details. But it is a fascinating chapter of history.
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    Doc's appears to be a 1940 or so Ford. Looks to be missing the center part of the grille, but the trim on the hood and vertical grille are the give away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Connecticut Sam View Post
    Noss and his family got rob by the Army and the federal government. We want the truth now about where the treasure was sold to and what the federal government did went it.
    I agree with you, my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usernotfound View Post
    There is no proof the gov took any of it, just leads.
    Just the the facts prove the story to be prove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usernotfound View Post
    There is no proof the gov took any of it, just leads.


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    The Gold House - The Treasure of Victorio Peak
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    This thread, well thought, and well versed, was started by a brand new member. It smells of someone trying to sell books and beat a dead horse. I have followed the story of Doc Noss for a few years now, met some players, and will not deny folks 15 miuites of fame. But look at this post for what it is, you have two members on here who are the same person asking and answering their own questions. Come on folks. I bought the series hoping for some new information a little about Doc himself. Something I could apply to my hunts. I barely made 3 chapters due to a slow read about politics and introduction to the players. There is many stories about the area beyond Doc Noss that are just too good to be made up. My answer to original posters question about who Doc Noss is? Doc was a hardy fellow, smart, and figured out some things you wont find in any book. Sometimes when you burn to bright, you burn out. Was Doc killed for a treasure, seems so. Was Doc cheated more than once, seems so. Was Doc a cheat, seems so. I dont see this thread staying on topic, and more of a rant how the govt stole gold. I hope the mods see it for what it is and lock the topic, please.

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    Well nothing smells like a Dead Horse more then a Dead Horse does ,,, but , the question was : " Doc Noss ,
    who was he ? "

    Well , he's dead , but not a horse , so he ain't gonna be sellin' no books ya see .

    nope , he might be in Hades selling stinky dead horses ,,, but who he was , we may believe , was a short lived
    con-man , with some funky looking boots and gloves .

    I'm just judging by what that Photo shows , ya unner stan ,,,

    But I wouldn't come out of the house dressed like that , even if I was Dead on a Bumper .

 

 

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