MODERN DAY CACHES WORTH THOUSANDS

Frankn

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Here's your chance to make thousands from modern day caches. There is an elderly, successful treasure hunter burying coins,jewels and gold all around the USA. 10 caches have been buried and only one has been found. He has written a book , about 100 pages, that will be available for downloading in PDF format. It's coming soon. There will also be a video of the Cross cache being buried that will contain clues. The Cross Cache was buried in PA. My research indicated Clinton County. I already got the topos for the area. Hay, I figured a little competition would be fun. LOL Frank

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The Cross Cache

Emerald on cross 2.jpg There are 6 of these gems on the cross EACH worth more than $2.9K

Usually when you go for a cache there is that question of if it is really / still there. These are waiting for you. Frank
 
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How much for the downloaded PDF?

How much for the book?

Who is the elderly treasure hunter?
 
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I think his goal is to put a cache in each state. I think the pdf is free. The book pdf to the one that was found was free.
Hay, the clues are realistic, not some way out poem. The one that was found used turtles carved on trees and 'deformed' tree limbs plus some rocks as clues. Frank
 

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Any chance one of the caches will be in Colorado?
 
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Any chance one of the caches will be in Colorado?

I don't know his timeline, but his goal is to put a cache in every state. He's working with Legend Hunters XXL right now on a video. Maybe that is the one with the clues to a cache. I think the one in a mine is in AZ, but can't say for sure until the book PDF is released. Beautiful place ,Colorado. Frank
 

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There's a rule in English I was taught in school. Never answer a question with a question.
My parents taught me that when I am asked a personal questions that I do not want to answer, they told me to say: Why are you asking?
 
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The video of the contents of the Cross Cache is now on Facebook on the Legend Hunters XXL site and shared to my site. It shows all the contents like the cross, the rubies and the coins. I would say an easy $25K value. The clue tape and PDF book have not been released yet, so you are in on the start. Might even see me out there. It heavily sloped out there in Clinton Co PA where I think It is. Good luck, Frank T Cross burial.jpg Hay, that is a shot of the Video crew actually burying it. It will be on the clue tape. It's only 18" down so a regular detector will pick it up.
 
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My parents taught me that when I am asked a personal questions that I do not want to answer, they told me to say: Why are you asking?

Another response I use is to reply 'It's my personal business"

Then if they person asking asks again, then I ask, "Why is my personal business you're business?"
 

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Please put thread back on topic...
 

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I am wondering who is this treasure hunter, and where he got the treasure that he is bury and why.
 
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Well Sam, don't know do you? Makes you kind of wonder! How about actually doing some research and letting us know.
 

Honest Samuel

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Well. Frankn, you know the name of this so call treasure hunter, so tell us all. You had told us, that your friend had purchase coins, jewel, and gold. If he was a successful treasure hunter, he would have no need to purchased these items. He must be very rich to hid at least $25,000.00 worth of treasure in every state. The only research that I need, is the location in the great state of Connecticut, only. so, tell us all in Connecticut, when your friend bury treasure in our state. Keep researching and keep in touch. Always good to hear from you.
Sam
 

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Frankn, I will not stop posting on this thread with my interesting and sometimes funny comments.
 
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End it please gentlemen..
 

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