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EC.Mason

EC.Mason

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Ok I ignored this troll. Sorry to my buddies on here for a drama thread ha ha. It was just gettiing ridicolous.
 

Hal Croves

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Jesus tap dancing Christ. No you take fairytales too seriously. No its not me because I dont care lol. Go little man go! Its all yours. The treasure under the tree is yours! Go get it!!!! Dude there is no treasure there. Now unless your gonna be an intellegent man dont mention my name again. Again I will happily take you to your magic tree for the treasure lol.
Yes, you don’t care and no one cares that you don’t care.
I think a few of us just want you to post the exact location then bugger off on your ancient road.
If you can find it.
 

Hal Croves

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Im not an internet troll. I dont live on a computer. I actually do buisness and have sex with a woman ha ha. Sorry its whats called being a man. Now I do believe that the treasure under the tree is protected by fairies sent by a wizard. You should fit right in.

Classy.
 

Hal Croves

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This is on private property where we are told it should be. I think that it may be correct because the pattern of long lines is similar to that in the limestone-pavement.

I have the address.

Cheers EC. Mason!

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GoDeep

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No, that's not it.
 

Hal Croves

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No, that's not it.

You may be correct, there are three main roads from Clay City to Mt. Sterling.
And several sites to look at if using GE.

Are you still in the Black Forest?
I guess the site could be in Germany.
If you have the metadata to prove it, why not share it with EC. Mason?
I don’t think you do.

Having no address is strange.
 

Hal Croves

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Hog Creek, just over the county line.
Three places to enter the creek that wouldn’t involve trespassing.
We won’t know until we know but this looks right.

Later.

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KY Hiker

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This is on private property where we are told it should be. I think that it may be correct because the pattern of long lines is similar to that in the limestone-pavement.

I have the address.

Cheers EC. Mason!

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Beautiful graded gravel driveway you found!
 

KY Hiker

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You may be correct, there are three main roads from Clay City to Mt. Sterling.
And several sites to look at if using GE.

Are you still in the Black Forest?
I guess the site could be in Germany.
If you have the metadata to prove it, why not share it with EC. Mason?
I don’t think you do.

Having no address is strange.

Funny thing about addresses...generally you need a residence or business location to get on the USPS grid and assigned an address number. I don't think the pictures show a house and I believe EC Mason said his friend owned the property at one time... it may be a leap to think it has a physical address? Could it not just be a parcel of land?
 

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Enjoy the hunt fellas, maybe I'll get to see it in person in due time. For now though, I have to keep looking for a 4WD truck/suv within my budget. Priorities!!
 

Hal Croves

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Enjoy the hunt fellas, maybe I'll get to see it in person in due time. For now though, I have to keep looking for a 4WD truck/suv within my budget. Priorities!!

Somewhere along this section of creek:
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What an amazing location surrounded by history.
Boone camped on the creek just over Pilot Knob.

Anyway, our trash could be an old tackle box.
Fishing on Hog Creek looks good.


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Hal Croves

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Funny thing about addresses...generally you need a residence or business location to get on the USPS grid and assigned an address number. I don't think the pictures show a house and I believe EC Mason said his friend owned the property at one time... it may be a leap to think it has a physical address? Could it not just be a parcel of land?

A block and lot number might uncover an address, from taxes.
The current & former property owners name should be on record.

I also think that the current landowner needs to make an effort to inform the seller, here EB. Mason’s friend who’s photographs we are enjoying, if they find anything. That woman may have a claim to any valuables considered abandoned.

If it’s Hog Creek, anyone walking the creek could find that bend, accessing it legally.
Only the IRS would need to know.

If it’s trash, hopefully it gets packed out.

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Looking up from the base of a sycamore tree.
 

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GoDeep

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Looks like Hal's finally coming to the cold, hard conclusion he may just be wrong about it being in Kentucky. Everything you need to find out its location was embedded in the first pictures.
 
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Hal Croves

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Looks like Hal's finally coming to the cold, hard conclusion he may just be wrong about it being in Kentucky. Everything you need to find out its location was embedded in the first pictures.

I guess that depends on what you mean by “it” and “its location”. Can you be more specific?
I believe that EC. Mason and his friend are telling the truth about the location despite your painting them, or one of them, as a liar(s).
Why you continue to do so is the question.
 

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