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  1. Safe Parks - St. Louis

    You might try Forest Park. It was the site of the worlds fare in like `1903 or something like that. Anyway, when they dismantled the huge Farris Wheel that had been constructed specifically for the worlds fair, the huge center axle was determined to be too big, and either parts of it, or all of...
  2. Madrugada Estrella Mapa Oro

    Did they think you were messing around on Federal Land. Other than that, they don't have any business in your business......unless they want to help with digging holes....lol
  3. Madrugada Estrella Mapa Oro

    So how did that lead you to thinking the feds were concerned with you? What on earth would they have any issue with anything you were doing?
  4. Madrugada Estrella Mapa Oro

    Why would the "Feds" have any interest in what you write? Just curious............
  5. Madrugada Estrella Mapa Oro

    P.S. Love your website. Very good reference links that you've posted.........
  6. Madrugada Estrella Mapa Oro

    I wasn't talking about doing anything illegal. I've never been to the WMWR before, and I don't know where you can hike and where you cant. I was just interested in looking at the different area's in question, may be taking some pictures. That's all. And you're right....I keeping getting...
  7. Jesse James Treasures: Do They Likely Still Exist?

    So do any of you think that some or all of, "Any" Jesse James Treasure is actually buried with-in the Wichita Mt.s Wildlife Refuge? I know that some was buried south of cement....according to what I understand. Even though I know I can't actually dig or use a detector, I've been thinking about...
  8. Madrugada Estrella Mapa Oro

    Why was the Burro Shoe Treasure buried south of Buzzards Roost, and the ME map uses Buzzards Roost as a reference? I did note one of the other maps what appeared to be a series of four rocks jutting out like a peninsula with what appeared to be a stick figure lying on one of the rocks looking...
  9. Madrugada Estrella Mapa Oro

    So apparently, as the story goes, or at least one of them.....they ran into a winter storm, labored on, eventually crossed Cashe Creek just south of Apache, and somewhere close to there they off loaded the gold. They then are thought to have reburied it in separate cashes. I'm guessing by...
  10. The Tres Piedras Legend

    Based on the markings, of which I've seen on Jesse James maps, as well as the spring and the mountain range there, I've always wondered if this was on of Jesse James Treasures. Possibly even one of the one's indicated on the well known Jesse James maps. A lot of features on that of this...
  11. Madrugada Estrella Mapa Oro

    Hey Okie.....I agree with you. Am I correct in saying that part of the buried....what ever it ends up being......is located with-in the WLR. And some of it is on private land in the Cement area. There are two different area's of Cashe Creek. One with-in the WLR, a little east of Panther...
  12. Jesse James Treasures: Do They Likely Still Exist?

    I agree with you. I don't think the list I posted represents a "Total & Accurate" accounting of everything Jesse James and Co. were responsible for. I also agree with you about their "Saddle Time". They spent ALOT of time in those saddles....and covered ALOT of ground. The problem I have...
  13. Jesse James Treasures: Do They Likely Still Exist?

    That's something I've thought about as well. Ok...I was "Winging It" when I was typing last night, and I got one of the dates wrong. The 2-million Dollars in gold was taken in 1875. I have a book on Jesse James that lists the robberies that are suppose to be associated with him and his...
  14. Jesse James Treasures: Do They Likely Still Exist?

    Another question I've wanted to look further into is this: Of the known "Original" and "Copied" "Supposed" Jesse James treasure maps, are any of them real? Do any of them "Really" date from the 1860's-1880's? And if so, has anyone made any attempt to try and verify if the he maps are actually...
  15. Jesse James Treasures: Do They Likely Still Exist?

    Ok Guys....I have some things to add to this discussion that I think are worth pondering. I have read, and read, and reread everything I could find on Jesse James, Frank James, their "Gang" and the stories that are associated with them and the Wichita Mountains, and the surrounding area. Here...
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