Spanish & KGC in the ozark mountains.

troggdelights

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Nov 27, 2021
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I've heard a lot about the Spanish in Arkansas. Hell Hernando de Soto was in Calion Arkansas. My ex wife grandma has a man made cave on her property near Hurricane Creek in Boston mountains were Spanish was supposed to have mined. It's in a book I think it might have been a Phillip Steele book about the Ozarks
I'd be GREATLY interested in conversing with you and comparing notes privately. I'm in the midst of exploring/excavating another ancient cave not far from hurricane that was clearly used for mining, as well as fortified signal tower type shelter, the entrance to which is meticulously hidden. Pretty sure I've found solid evidence that not only were there pygmy cavemen living in the area, but that the Spaniards had a good relationship with them. I theorize that these tiny men were essential in the hiding of who knows how much Spanish loot, using the mountains themselves as vaults with entrances too tiny for normal men to enter. That's the gist of what I'm looking at on site at least...
 

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I'd be GREATLY interested in conversing with you and comparing notes privately. I'm in the midst of exploring/excavating another ancient cave not far from hurricane that was clearly used for mining, as well as fortified signal tower type shelter, the entrance to which is meticulously hidden. Pretty sure I've found solid evidence that not only were there pygmy cavemen living in the area, but that the Spaniards had a good relationship with them. I theorize that these tiny men were essential in the hiding of who knows how much Spanish loot, using the mountains themselves as vaults with entrances too tiny for normal men to enter. That's the gist of what I'm looking at on site at least...
I'm interested in hearing more about these pygmy cavemen. Is there anything more you would be willing to share?
 

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