would like to know about this sign

gadget1961

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recently went out to explore a treasure sight checked the trees around a known buried treasure sight and came across this sign on a large old tree that was 4 ft from where it would have been buried, have not dug as would like to know about this picture, woundering if anyone recognizes this sign thanks
 

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digman

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Have you got anyting better ?
This looks natural to me.
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gadget1961

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this is the other sign same but different lighting , now this is over 100 yrs olod from 1800s will that make a difference if not then what is it thanks
 

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djui5

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looks like a natural mark on a tree to me. Could have been a number of things that caused it.

Look around the site and see if there is anything else around. Never hurts to check.
 
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Looks to me like the tree had a wound of some type and it healed irregularly (like when we get scars) and that's all there is to that. Sorry, but I think it's natural, too.
 

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It sure looks like an owl to me. Somewhere on this forum I seem to remember reaading that an owl means treasure...just a thought.....steve
 

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