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  1. #201
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    Silence is golden , Sam .
    Wolfpack forever

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    And so are our great interesting comments::: Brother Sam and Danny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Connecticut Sam View Post
    You need the shut up and stop harassing and insulting us writers or go away. I write great interesting comments about the stories and other interesting comments without insults unless I get insulted first. I am protected :: Freedom of Speech... All of us know what type of people who insult and harass other people. I did complain to Treasure Hunter, and to this very day, he refused to ban those who break the rules. Most if not all your comments are nonsense, lies and harassment and insults. Trust me, I am more smarter then you, and I can defend myself when insulted and harass. Maybe if you are out treasure hunting, you would not be here, harassing and insulting us writers. Bring it on, Loser. We writers are outrages with your insults and harassment. STOP it now, and we mean NOW.
    To Loke.

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    Your comments speak for themselves, Sam.
    "The gods were smiling when you were born. Now they're laughing."​ Chinese fortune cookie

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    We like to thank Springfield for their total support. Brothers Sam and Danny. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usernotfound View Post
    I've read many variations of one days travel to two days travel, and one about being visible from a church in mexico. What is the original source?

    Is it the organs, caballo, or san and?

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    That because you did not find the treasures. Keep looking.

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    bump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc View Post
    What do you think? Was the gold really in a cave at Victorio Peak, as Doc Noss stated? Did the government get the gold in the 1960'2 or 1970's?
    Yes to all your questions?

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    OI've read many variations of one days travel to two days travel, and one about being visible from a church in mexico. What is the original source?

  12. #211
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    see the bars ?

    heh heh

    want to bet I can make a case that those Bars are not what they have been reported to be ?


    1. The bars have Relief Strikemarks
    Bad JU JU
    all strike marks were STAMPED
    not a relief in the molds

    2. Buried for a couple hundred years and running 13% copper

    and the soil they were under only 2 feet deep

    where is the Tarnish
    and where is the green copper tarnish

    3. The Layout of the grid said to be where these were recovered is a bit too convoluted to be done
    in a hurry

    and if the depositors were not under attack
    then no hurry


    and if there weas no hurry

    I can assure you of a known fact about the Spanish

    they NEVER buried any Gold in only 2 feet of earth

    if they took the time to lay out the grid

    they would have taken the time to dig several very deep deposits

    and set several death traps to protect them


    Two foot of soil left the possibility that wild animals traversing the deposits wouyld have caused erosion and thus the bars
    surface


    also

    Watch Coyotes after you bury something in the wild

    they scent fresh turned earth from miles away

    they will indeed dig into it to seek prey


    Nope
    Gotta contend that some old dudes made up a Hoax to sell Magazines

    Hard to fool the experts with that one kiddies

    Critical Thinking is a Process

    and this Hippies Critical Thinking Process has Processed this story as BS
    usernotfound likes this.

  13. #212
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    I have notice that thee bars are nice and clean. I think that is odd.

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    Wow. I would never have noticed that, never the less come up with my own conclusion that was backed up with facts.

  15. #214
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    hi Treasminder2 : coffee?? , no comments, em me if you wish some, or I can post some if you wish. You are misleading some hunters.

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

  16. #215
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    You should listen to real,unless you have located bars.IFf I remember the bars had ruff chiseled markings..

 

 
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