Treasure Maps For Sale

Normally when treasure hunters ask me to locate a treasure for them, they provide me with a story to work with. Some, however, want to find a treasure, but don't have a treasure story of their own, and they ask me if I can find one for them.
Since I don't have time to research treasure stories myself, I found someone who would love to do the research for a reasonable fee. I told her to select good treasure stories randomly anywhere and everywhere. More will be added as time goes on.
Treasure Location Maps are ready for the treasures listed below. The maps pinpoint the exact Google Earth GPS locations within 3 feet of the target. The stories below are short versions of the stories. If you are interested in more information about a story, or have any questions, let me know.
The current price of each map is $69.00. When you order, please be sure to tell me which map you are ordering by e-mail. 
Contact me at: gfn1939@msn.com
Note-1: Please do not ask me to locate the Forrest Fenn Treasure. It is not out there to be found, at least not at this time. Investigative dowsing indicates that when Forrest found out he had cancer, he fully intended to hide or bury a treasure for people to find, but when he found out his cancer was under control, he did not follow through with his plans. The treasure is still in his possession. Update: Well, Forrest finally did it! (Map Taken)
Note-2: For various reasons, when using GPS coordinates to locate a treasure, some treasure hunters experience a problem with GPS error, and they end up searching in the wrong place. When this happens to my treasure map customers, I offer to live track them, and guide them to the right spot. (Cell phone coverage at the treasure site is required). if there is no cell phone coverage at the site, you can dig a reference hole (one shovel full will do) where you think the right spot should be and leave it uncovered. I can then locate the hole you dug and give you directions to the target from there for the next time you go to the site. Be sure to have a compass and a 100 ft. measuring tape with you.
Note-3: Every treasure hunter needs to be aware that conventional metal detectors will not penetrate any type of wood, including roots, bark, or even a layer of leaves. The best way around the problem is to use IR photography to see the treasure's aura and confirm that it's there.  
Lost Mormon Wagon Train Treasure (Taken)
Near Jackson
Shortly before the Civil War started, a man named John Woolfork who owned a large plantation, passed away leaving his savings in gold coins to his wife. In June, 1864, she was worried that Yankee raiders would find the coins, so she removed the coins from her home and buried them on her property. Becoming ill, and feeling she did not have long to live herself, she showed her 9 year old daughter where she buried them. After the war, in adulthood, the daughter and other family members made an attempt to find the spot, but their efforts failed.
Confederate Payroll Trove (Taken)
South West of Red Cross, North Carolina
In 1865, the Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston was carrying a large army payroll of gold coins and Confederate currency at a time when Union forces were hot on his trail. Rather than risk losing this money, he buried it for safekeeping before fleeing from the Yankees.
$72,000 Gold Coin Cache (Taken)
Arizona
$125,000 Outlaw Loot (Taken)
Near Flagstaff Arizona
In 1881 five outlaws robbed a stage coach carrying 4 five gallon whiskey kegs loaded with gold and silver coins. You can drive right up to this one. It's just off a semi-remote Forest Service road.
$69,000 Stage Coach Robber's Cache (Taken)
Arizona
 Around 1882 a blacksmith in Gillette, Arizona named Henry Seymour decided that robbing stages would be more lucrative than working as a blacksmith. His lawlessness was suspected when he used some of his proceeds in a local saloon's poker game, and soon he was caught trying to hold up a fourth stage. He was sent to prison, and was never seen again. I located his buried stash 15 miles southeast of Gila Bend, AZ.
400 Pounds Of Gold Bars (Taken)
5 Miles South Of Topock, AZ
Five bandits robbed a stage in the 1880s of a strongbox containing 400 pounds of gold bars, dust and nuggets. Since it was too heavy to carry, they buried it near the road. A posse caught up with them a short time later, and everyone of them was killed in the gunfight.
Arizona Treasure
2 Chests Of Silver Coins And Bars AZ  (Taken)
15 Miles North of Flagstaff AZ Off Hwy 89
In 1897 a prospector buried 2 chests of silver coins and bars. The cache is about 18 inches deep in an easily accessible remote area only 300 ft. off a dirt road. The silver weighs about 135 pounds.
Arizona Treasure
Henry Adams Cave AZ  (Taken)
3 Navajo Indians knew the location of a cave whose floor was littered with gold nuggets and ingots in the 1860's. The Indians took Henry Adams, operator of the trading post at Fort Defiance, AZ to the cave blindfolded. Then he was blindfolded again and led from the cave, one night's travel from Fort Defiance. Adams sold his store and searched for years for the treasure cave without success. After running out of money and grubstake friends, he killed himself. The cave is easy to get to, and is only 54 feet off a dirt road, 3.5 miles N/E of Fort Defiance.
Arizona Treasure
Don Joaquin Cave AZ
(Taken)
According to legend, in 1847 a Spaniard named Don Joaquin led a mining expedition in the mountains in the hopes of finding gold. When his dream was realized, he, like so many of his counterparts, enslaved the Indians to work the mine and bring out the precious metal. One day, as Joaquin oversaw the mining operations, an Indian scout informed him that the American Army was headed in his direction. Without adequate reinforcements, Joaquin made the decision to temporarily cease the mining operations and return to Mexico. They loaded 3,000 pounds of gold on to the backs of 15 mules. Spying a cave, Don Joaquin had his men bury the gold in the back of the cavern, then killed the Indian scout, placing his body over the hidden treasure. The remainder of his men had been instructed to await at a nearby butte, and after having hidden the cache, Joaquin rejoined his fellow miners. However, greed can make even the most loyal of men resort to mutiny, and that very night Don Joaquin was murdered. With his treasure map still at risk from the approaching American Army, the men headed back to Mexico the next morning, along with the map to the buried treasure. Nothing more was heard about the Spaniards for the next thirty-five years until one day an old man arrived in Phoenix with the original treasure map in his hands. While searching for the long lost gold, he was soon scared away by hostile Indians, and the man returned to Mexico without the gold. No one knows what happened to the man or the original map. The cave is about 3 miles N/W of Maricopa, AZ, and about one third mile from a dirt road. A 4x4, or a motor cycle is recommended.
Arizona Treasure
Spanish Jesuits Cache AZ  (Taken)
In the 1700's, Spanish Jesuits cached a huge store of gold nuggets in sacks and stacks of gold bars in an old mine tunnel. When they were expelled in 1767, they were forced to leave the treasure behind. In the early 1870's, a Papago Indian accidentally found this Jesuit treasure and removed one sack of nuggets from the location which he frugally lived on for the rest of his life. One day, under extreme pressure from his peers, he said that the site was located in a "Bat Cave". He said that he closed the entrance to the mine so that flights of bats could never again reveal its location. The site is 2 miles S/E of Arivaca, AZ in a semi-remote area, and close to a dirt road.
Arizona Treasure
80 Million In Gold AZ  (Taken)
Tumacacori, AZ
Around 1909, F.A. Edwards owned 200 acres adjoining the Tumacacori Mission, AZ and claimed that his property held a Spanish treasure estimated to be worth as much as $80 million-80 mule loads of gold. Records in Madrid and Mexico City supposedly confirm its existence and directions to the cache, but searches have so far been futile. The treasure is in a cave in a remote area about 600 feet off a back-country road, 7 miles S/W of Tumacacori, AZ .
Arizona Treasure
Cochise Stash AZ
(Taken)
2 Chests Of Gold Coins
8 Miles S/E Of Tombstone, AZ (Not In The Mountains)
In 1882, the Apache chief Cochise raided emigrant trains, ranches and robbed stagecoaches. Although he had no use for gold, he took every opportunity to take it from the whites. On one occasion he seized 2 heavy iron-bound chests filled with gold coins from the Butterfield stage, and somehow managed to drag or haul the chests to a safe place to bury it. Even after peace was made, the Apaches vowed that no white man would ever find the hidden chests. The cache is in a remote area that's easy to get to less then a mile off a back-country road. It's 18 inches deep in an area with good reference points. An off-road vehicle will make this one a slam-dunk.
Arizona Treasure
300 Silver Ingots AZ
(Taken)
Vekol’s Buried Silver Ingots: Just a few miles north of the old ghost town of Vekol, near Casa Grande in Pinal County AZ, lies a legendary cache of 300 silver ingots, each weighing 25 pounds. The ingots were buried in 1891 in a hastily made, shallow excavation and, likely, only a few inches below the surface. Depending on the purity of the silver, various estimates place the value of the silver cache at close to one million dollars. The cache is about 4 miles S/W of Casa Grande, AZ in a semi-remote location 234 feet from an established road.
Arizona Treasure
Lost Dutchman Mine AZ
(Taken)
Oracle, AZ
The original Lost Dutchman Mine is located on the outskirts of Oracle, AZ in a semi-remote location. Investigative dowsing indicates that it is no longer dangerous to enter the area, as the mine has not been guarded for over 3 years due to the age of the person who once guarded it. In modern times Indians have not been a factor at all.
2 Stone Jars Full of Gold Coins
(Taken)
Hardin County, Illinois In The Lamb Vicinity
In 1840 a man named Fred Sellers built a paper mill on the west bank of the Ohio River, and soon a small village came into being. It was also a place where steamboats could take on cord wood. He built a very prosperous business, and saved his money. Like so many others of that time, he didn't trust banks, and decided to bury his money. After suffering a stroke, and on his deathbed, he was unable to tell his family where he buried his wealth before he died.
Nancy Frazier's Gold Coins
(Taken)
One Mile South East of Tolu, KY
According to a story published in Treasure Magazine in 1980, Nancy Frazier owned an 18 acre farm located about a mile and a half west of Cave -in-Rock, Illinois near the Ohio River where she is said to have buried her $30,000 in gold coins. The story is not correct. I located her farm and gold coin cache on the south side of the Ohio River, in Kentucky.
3 Chests of Gold Coins
(Taken)
Ventura County, California
A bandit named Tiburcio Vasquez robbed a stage coach northwest of Chatsworth, and got away with 3 chests of gold coins worth $60,000 at that time. The treasure was hurriedly buried to prevent its recovery by a hard-pressing posse. Before Vasquez could reclaim the chests, he was captured in Los Angeles and taken to San Jose, where he was tried, sentenced to death, and hanged.
Red Mountain Treasure
(Taken)
Ventura County, California
This is one of Joaquin Murrieta's long sought-after treasures. It's the loot taken when he and his gang held up the Olivas Rancho southeast of Ventura. They got away with bags of gold, a chest, and other treasure with an estimated value of $40,000 at that time. According to one of his gang members, while dying in prison, he said they buried the treasure at one location, and pistols and spurs at another location about 25 yards from the treasure. Both locations are shown on the map.
Estimated $20,000 in Gold Coins
(Taken)
Calico, San Bernardino County, California
Calico, a former ghost town that has been commercialized over the years, is now a tourist attraction located just a few miles from Barstow. In its early days two gamblers Pat Hogan and Wong Lee developed a system to beat the roulette wheel in Lucky Joe's Gambling Place. Both men met with misfortune and were killed. Before Pat Hogan died in Las Vegas, with his last breath he gasped, and said he buried his winnings in Calico three feet from a big rock. The gold is buried just outside of town.
Train Robbery Loot
(Taken)
San Bernardino County
One Mile SW of Beaumont, California
In the early days of the railroad, Indians robbed a train that ran from Los Angeles to Yuma and the southeast. They got away with 2 chests of gold coins. Because the chests were too heavy to carry, and they knew a posse would soon be hot on their trail, they buried the chests near the tracks. The posse eventually caught up with them, and all the Indians were killed.
Stage Office Robbery Loot
(Taken)
Riverside County, California
In the late 1880's, four or five outlaws robbed the Bradshaw Route stage office in Beaumont, CA. They got away with $20,000 in gold coins. They made it to the Jacinto River where they camped for the night and buried the coins for safe keeping. The next day they headed for the Moreno Valley leaving the coins behind. They setup camp again, and in the morning they were taken by surprise by a posse, and all of the outlaws were killed in the gun fight. The loot is buried about one mile NW of Quail Valley, and three miles west of Sun City.
Jamison's Gold Mine & Nugget Cache
(Taken)
Four Miles East of Rancho Murieta, California on HWY 16
Map Shows Both Locations
Around 1883 a man named Jamison married a squaw in a tribe of Paiute Indians. Jamison's motive, it is said, was to learn the secret location of a gold mine worked by the Indians. After a year or two with the tribe, the squaw's brother showed Jamison where the mine was located. Having the information he wanted, he left the tribe, teamed up with a friend, and worked the mine with him. According to the story, nuggets were so thick on the surface of the ground that all they had to do was to pick them up, and in two days time they had a wash tub half full of gold. Running short of water, they hid the tub of gold in a little cave in one of the canyons near the mine, and started out at night for Homer. During the night they became hopelessly lost. Abandoning their mules and buckboard, they stumbled on afoot, eventually coming to the little town of Blake. In bad health, Jamison went to Needles to recuperate, while his partner traveled east to secure financial aid to develop the mine. Jamison soon died of fever, and his partner never again was able to find the lost mine or the tub of gold.
San Diego County, California
The Spanish galleon Trinidad, said to be carrying as much as $100,000,000 in gold from the Spaniards raiding and looting the treasures of Mexico, made its way up the coast and anchored at what is now known as Oceanside, CA. According to documented accounts, the crew of 21 along with their captain Francisco de Ulloa unloaded about half the gold, took it inland, and buried it making three separate trips. About $250,000 of the treasure has been found, but one cache is still there waiting to be recovered.
The captain and crew never returned to the ship after their last trip ashore. Their remains were found in 1937 in a mass grave. The captain had left three crew members behind to safeguard the ship. After waiting for weeks for the crew to return, unable to sail the ship on their own, they decided to abandon the ship and build a longboat, and use it to make their way back to Mexico. The abandoned galleon eventually broke her anchor, and drifted south with approximately half the gold still aboard. Untended, the galleon capsized and sank to the bottom of the ocean. I've located its resting place 27 miles off the Mexican coast line, about 33 miles SW of Tijuana. Both maps are ready, and will be sold separately.
The inland treasure map. 
(Taken)
The location of the sunken galleon.
California Treasure
El Dorado County
(Taken)
A half-gallon glass fruit jar filled with $50 gold coins is buried on farm land. It was buried shortly before its unidentified owner was murdered. Many years later, the cache was found by the owner of the land on which it was buried. He reburied the treasure in a different location, and shortly afterwards he, too, was killed by parties seeking the jar of gold coins.
California Treasure
(Taken)
420 Lbs Of Gold Nuggets
South Lake Tahoe Placerville Area
In the eighteen hundreds a prospector Snowshoe Thompson buried 420 Lbs of gold nuggets 1 ft. deep in a remote area near many of today's hiking trails. He died from a heart attack soon afterwards.
California Treasure
Mission Treasure CA
(Taken)
San Luis Obispo
Around 1840 when news arrived that John Charles Fremont was coming to the area, the Padres of the Mission of San Luis Obispo quickly hid the church's treasures in a cave for safekeeping. The cave is easy to get to just outside of town in the lower foothills, and it's close to trails. Some of the objects were centuries old. I'm getting that the total weight of the gold objects hidden in the cave is about 160 pounds.
California Treasure
Gold Slugs CA
(Taken)
Mariposa County, CA
In the early 1850s a tax collector realized that a severe storm was approaching and decided he had to lighten the load on his horse. After collecting taxes from mining companies in the area he accumulated about 300 octagon-shaped fifty dollar gold slugs weighing about 45 lbs. He buried the cache for safekeeping until he could return, but unfortunately he was killed before he could go back and recover it. It's buried about a foot deep in a semi-remote area .3 miles S/W of Bridgeport, CA, near Old Hwy.
California Treasure
John Marsh Cache CA
(Taken)
In 1856 a medical pioneer doctor named John Marsh buried his fortune in gold coins estimated to be around $435,000 on his ranch about 5 miles S/W of Brentwood, CA. The site is near the Los Vaqueros Reservoir and easy to get to by dirt roads. He was tortured to death by robbers while refusing to give them the location of his wealth. The cache is in a semi-remote area about 18 inches deep next to what appears to be an old unused ranch road. The ranch is no longer active or inhabited.
California Treasure
500 Lbs Of Gold CA
(Taken)
In the early 1800s a sailing ship carrying 500 lbs of gold destined for the San Francisco Mint went aground in Shelter Cove, Humboldt County while trying to avoid a furious storm, and then it washed up on the beach. Indians and renegade whites salvaged the treasure and buried it in the hills above the cove. When they returned for the gold, alerted troops had arrived and a fight ensued, and all the Indians and whites were killed. The cache is buried near a paved road on the edge of a large parcel of unimproved land in a rural area. The treasure consists of two 250 lb chests, and is buried about 18 inches deep.
California Treasure
Ruins Of Spanish Galleon CA
(Taken)
In 1715 a Spanish Galleon ran aground carrying a huge amount of gold, and found itself unable to get back to the open sea after entering what is called today the prehistoric Gulf of California. The crew was forced to abandon the vessel leaving the entire treasure behind. As the sea dried up over the years the hulk gradually rotted and sank below the shifting sands. The treasure can be found 2 to 3 feet below the surface of the sand in the area now called the Anza Borrego recreation area. I'm getting the total weight of the treasure is over 2,000 lbs.
California Treasure
Traventine Rock CA
(Taken)
Referred to as the Traventine Rock Treasure-Imperial County
Around 1750 a band of French and Spanish renegades looted churches in Mexico and got away with a fabulous amount of treasure. While they worked their way up into California they became aware that they were being followed by hostile Indians. To avoid the possibility of losing their hard-earned treasure, they decided to find a safe place to hide it. They found a cave near Traventine Rock and stashed the loot there for safekeeping. After securing the treasure in the cave, the Indians caught up with them and slaughtered them all. The cave is located about a mile S/W of Traventine Rock.
California Treasure
(Taken)
Spanish Gold CA
Anza Borego Area
In 1805 a party of Spaniards besieged by Indians had to quickly bury 11 cartloads of gold and jewels. They were able to hold off the attackers until the entire treasure could be buried under the sand. Finally, the members of the caravan were overcome by the greater number of Indians, and all were killed on the spot or as they attempted to flee. This juicy site contains about 200 lbs. of gold and is 1.7 miles S/E of San Felipe Creek. The cache is 3 ft. deep.
California Treasure
(Taken)
30K In Gold Bullion CA
Mono County, CA

In 1880 two stagecoach robbers got away with $30,000 in gold bullion. With the posse hot on their trail, they stashed the loot in a small cave until they could return to recover it. When the posse caught up with them, one outlaw was shot and killed, and the other robber died in jail. The site is easy to get to off Hwy 395 only 250 feet from a side road, 12 miles S/W of Bodie, Ca, 5 miles N/E of Mono Lake in a semi-remote area.

California Treasure
Over 200K In Gold CA
(Taken)
Sage, CA, Riverside County

Juan Chavez, a lieutenant of the bandit Juan Murrieta made camp here one night while en route to Mexico with a pack train of Mules carrying over $200,000 stolen from the mines in northern California. While all in the camp were sleeping, the guard assigned to stand guard over the gold decided he wanted to keep it all to himself, so he took the loaded down mules and left the camp area. He unloaded the gold from the mule packs and buried it. When the camp noticed that the mules were missing, they searched until they found the guard and the mules. They killed the guard and recovered the mules not noticing the gold had been removed from the mule packs until they were well on their way to Mexico. Buried about 1 foot deep 600 feet off E. Benton Rd., one third mile S/W of Sage, CA in a semi-remote area, you can become $200,000 richer.

California Treasure
CA Treasure Cave
(Taken)
Ramona, CA San Diego County

In 1802 padres from an Arizona mission, with the help of domesticated Indians, transported a large treasure consisting of gold, silver, and church possessions to California destined for San Diego where it would be loaded on a Spanish galleon and taken to Spain. The treasure was stored in a cave with an iron door covering the entrance. All the Indians involved in storing the treasure were sent back to Arizona, leaving only the padres in charge of it. The padres were all killed by unfriendly Indians, and all knowledge of the hidden treasure's location was lost. The gold and silver are from the proceeds of all the mines the Indians mined for the church. I'm getting about 150 lbs of gold, and about a 140 lbs of silver are stashed in the cave.   The site is 1,480 feet off Hwy 78, about a mile N/W of Ramona, CA in a remote area.

California Treasure
US Army Payroll CA
(Taken)
2 miles S/E of French Gulch, CA off Hwy 299

An army payroll detachment was attacked by Indians. The gold payroll was buried and only one solider managed to survive the ambush and he was badly wounded. He marked the payroll site by sticking a rifle into the ground and crawled away from the site. He was found and taken to French Gulch. Before he died he told the stories, but subsequent searches failed. Many years later, 2 deer hunters came across the rifle in the French Gulch area without knowing the story. The cache is less then 1 ft. deep, 800 feet off a back-country road in a semi-remote area.

California Treasure
80K In Gold CA
(Taken)
Near Vallecito Stage Station In Anza Borrego Area, San Diego County

In 1934, Mexican bandits carrying $80,000 in gold taken in their raids in California stopped here on their way to Mexico planning to spend the night.. With the law hot on their trail, the leader of the bandits decided to bury the gold for safekeeping, just in case the law caught up with them. While returning to the stage station the bandit was ambushed by lawmen and killed. The cache is 1 ft. deep, 538 yards off a back-country road, and 1.3 miles S/W of the stage station.

California Treasure Story, But The Cache Is In Mexico
50K In Gold Coins Mexico
(Taken)

This story involves a Captain Brown, who got a bit nervous about his ship and a chest of British sovereigns on-board worth 50K at the time. He went ashore and buried the chest at a place near San Diego. He sailed away planning to return and went down with his ship during a storm on his way back to England. Only one young crewman who helped bury the chest survived, and he gave the rough map to Brown’s family and then went to America to try to find the treasure, but he lost his map in a fire and could not determine the exact spot at the approximate site. You can find this treasure about 18 inches deep on Rosarito Beach 11 miles south of Tijuana.

California Treasure
Stage Robbery Loot CA
(Taken)
San Diego County
9 Miles S/W Of Vallecito Stage Station
1 Mile South Of The Mt Laguna Volunteer Fire C-Fire Station

A bandit who operated in the area specialized in robbing the Butterfield stages. It is said that he was so successful, and accumulated so much loot, that he placed it all in ollas and stashed them in a small cave in the area. It is claimed that after the bandit was eventually killed, his widow spent many years searching for his cache. The site is easy to get to, and is about 800 feet off a back-country road. Indications are that there is over 55 Pounds of gold and passenger's jewelry in the stash.

California Treasure
Church Treasure CA
(Taken)
Santa Barbara County
15 Mule Loads Of Gold And Silver Coins

Early in the eighteen hundreds, when the Franciscan padres were expelled from California, they took 15 mule loads of gold and silver coins in rawhide bags and buried them for safekeeping. Indications are the total weight of the cache is about 210 lbs, mostly in gold coins. They are buried about 2 ft. deep in a semi-remote area 800 feet off Hwy 101 a half mile N/E of Las Cruces, 3 miles north of Gaviota.

California Treasure
Jug Of Gold Nuggets CA
(Taken)
El Dorado County, CA

In the 1880's, Hiram Neal owned 600 acres of land near Bottle Hill, CA. When he was in his 70's, he confided to his nieces and nephews that there was a rich gold deposit on the property and showed them a gallon jug filled with acorn sized nuggets. Shortly afterwards, on his deathbed, he refused to reveal where the rich gold ledge was located, nor where the gallon jug of gold nuggets was buried, saying only that it was "buried nearby." After his death, and for many years, the relatives searched for both the mine and jug, but neither was ever found. The cache is about 1 foot deep in a semi-remote area and easy to get to.

California Treasure
Rare Octagonal $50 Gold Slugs
(Taken)
13 Miles S/W Of Red Bluff, CA
On Farm Land 1 Foot Deep
Easy To Get To Off Back-Country Road

John Ellison Trueblood came to CA in 1852 and settled on a farm on the outskirts of Red Bluff. He buried his money in an iron pot somewhere on his farm, 100 to 200 rare octagonal $50 gold slugs. He was killed in an argument over the Southern Pacific RR coming on his land, and the secret of his hidden gold died with him. This cache is worth between $500,000 and $1 million today.

California Treasure
Lake Of Gold CA
(Taken)
About 4 Miles N/W Of Sacramento In Farming Area

In 1849 Robert Stoddard and his partner while lost, happened upon a lake, and when they knelt to drink its waters the two men saw at once that its bed was literally covered with gold nuggets as far out as they could see. They observed, also, that its shores were lined with incredible rich deposits of gold. When the story was told, many attempts were made to find the lake again by Stoddard and others without luck. After locating it on Google Earth, it turns out it is no longer a lake. It appears the lake was once fed by the Sacramento River until an earth quake changed the course of the river causing it to dry up. Since there is likely to be tons of gold there, it could provide an excellent opportunity to develop a very profitable commercial mining operation.

California Treasure
50 Dollar Gold Coins CA
(Taken)
4 Miles S/W Of Weed, CA

On May 17, 1859 outlaws held up the Lassen-to San Francisco stage in Weed, CA, and got away with 2 boxes of 50 dollar gold coins consigned to Wells Fargo, there value at that time placed at $128,000. Killing the driver and guard, the robbers loaded the gold into saddlebags, cut the horses loose, and rode away. They buried the gold to assist a fast getaway, but a posse soon caught up with them, and all the outlaws were killed. The coins are buried in a semi-remote area less then 1 foot deep with easy access 200 ft. off an established road.

California Treasure
95K In Gold CA
(Taken)
Oakdale, CA

In 1872 a torrent of flood water rushed down on the town of Knight's Ferry along the Stanislaus River. Many buildings were washed away including a store that held a safe containing the proceeds of several mines. The safe contained an estimated $95,000 in gold, but I'm getting it contained much more. The safe settled on the bank of the river where it is now dry land. The area is farm land, and shows a dirt road along the river bank. The top of the safe is less then 1 foot deep, and should be easy to find.

California Treasure
125K In Gold CA
(Taken)
1.5 Mile S/W Of Junction City, CA In Semi-Remote Location
Three partners worked a rich placer mine, and each kept his gold in a large copper can in which tea was shipped. As the amount of gold became considerable, they became concerned about its safety, so they decided that each partner bury his share in separate locations. When one of the partners, Frank Howell, died from a rattlesnake bite, the others could not locate his cache of gold. The cache is less then a foot deep in a treed area.
California Treasure
Davenports Gold CA
(Taken)
50K In Gold
Helena, CA
In 1849 a miner named Davenport accumulated an estimated $50,000 in gold and buried it near his campsite for safekeeping, because he was planning a trip to Sacramento. The two men who worked for him decided to kill him and take his gold. After killing him they dug up his gold and reburied it fearing that if his body was found, they would be suspect for the murder. His body was found and after they were questioned about the murder they both left the area without the gold and never returned. The cache is about 200 ft. from the Trinity River in a semi-remote area about a foot deep.
California Treasure
George Skinner Cache CA
(Taken)
40K In Gold
Remote Location Near Big Bend, CA Area
In 1856 a Wells Fargo pack train was robbed while carrying gold from the mines. The total take was 80K, but with the posse hot on their trail, the bandits decided to split the proceeds and go their own way. George Skinner, one of the outlaws, buried his 40K share at a location unknown to the others. A posse soon caught up with the outlaws, and George Skinner was the only one killed in the fire fight. The other outlaws all went to prison, and the rest of the loot was recovered. Skinner's gold is buried 6 inches deep next to what looks like a large boulder.
California Treasure
Tub Of Gold Coins CA
(Taken)
Yankee Hill, CA

In the eighteen hundreds an old miner who accumulated a large amount of gold had it all converted into gold coins to finance his retirement. He was in the process of building a large home, and hid his fortune in the corner of one of the rooms. One night he accidentally knocked over an oil lamp and was injured badly in the fire that ensued. Before he died he managed to recover the tub of gold coins from the ashes and bury it someplace on his property. The cache weights about 45 Lbs, and is about 1 ft. deep.

California Treasure
Portuguese Mine CA
(Taken)
Columbia, CA Area
Semi-remote Location
A Portuguese miner had an extremely rich gold mine in the vicinity of Columbia, CA. On his trips into town to buy supplies, he would pay with raw gold, and have the rest converted into gold coins. Many attempts were made to follow him to his secret mine, but all failed because he always left town after dark to avoid being followed. One day someone accidentally came upon his body. It was determined that he had died from natural causes as no signs of foul play could be found. In his pocket an unfinished letter addressed to someone in Portugal was found stating that he was sick and dying, and wanted to leave his mine to the person and the $100,000 in gold coins that he stashed inside the mine. Since he died before finishing the letter, no directions to the mine were mentioned. The letter did say he covered the entrance to the mine.
California Treasure
Billy Snyder Cache CA
(Taken)
30K In Gold
Camptonville, CA

Billy Snyder had mined a considerable amount of course gold and dust before he fell ill and could not work anymore. Knowing he had to travel to a big city to get treatment, he buried his gold for safekeeping until he could return. He relied on the position of certain trees to mark the spot where he buried his gold so he could find it again. It required 6 months of treatment before he was well, and could return to his cabin again. When he finally returned home, he discovered the area had been logged, and all his marker trees were gone. He searched until he died and never found his cache. The cache is buried in a semi-remote area about a thousand feet S/E of town, 1 ft. deep, and is easy to get to.

California Treasure
123K In Gold Bullion CA Myrtletowne
(Taken)
Humboldt County

In 1876 stagecoach robbers got away with 123K in gold bullion. They buried it less then 1 ft. deep about 1.5 miles S/E of the town of Myrtletowne, CA in a semi-remote location. The cache is 92 feet off a back-country road.

California Treasure
Big Jim Fisher CA
(Taken)
3 Copper Chests Filled With Raw Gold

In 1893 a prospector named Big Jim Fisher buried 3 copper chests filled with raw gold. Each chest weighed about 100 pounds. The cache is buried 1 foot deep about 2.5 miles N/E of Hyampom, CA, just off a back-country road, and is very easy to get to.


California Treasure
Treasure Of Castle Crags CA
(Taken)
210K In Gold Bullion
Bandits buried $210,000 in gold bullion near Trinity Lake, 1 ft. deep 10 ft. off a back-country road in a semi-remote area. The lake is about 35 miles S/W of Dunsmuir, CA. Access to the site is off Hwy 3.
California Treasure
Ruggles Brothers Stash CA
(Taken)
$75K In Gold Bullion
In 1892 the Ruggles Brothers robbed a stage and got away with over 75K in gold bullion and stashed it in a small cave 80 feet off a back-country road about 10 miles east of Covelo, CA. The site is easy to get to in a semi-remote area. The outlaws were captured and hanged without revealing the location of the cave.
California Treasure
100K In Gold Coins And Bullion CA
(Taken)
Felton, CA
Over100K In Gold Coins And Bullion known as the “Saddlemaker's Treasure” is buried 1 Foot deep on private property in Felton, CA. You may want to take a search and share agreement with you. The site is very easy to get to off Hwy 9.
California Treasure
780K In Gold CA
(Taken)
Gonzales, CA

In 1875 robbers got away with a safe containing over 780K In Gold taken from a rich Chinese merchant named Tom Sing. With a posse hot on their trail, the bandits were forced to bury the loot. The cache is located on farmland 2 miles S/W of Gonzales, CA 1 foot deep. They were caught and hanged without revealing the exact location.


California Treasure
500 K In Gold Specie And Bullion CA
(Taken)

In a cave on ranch land 2.5 miles east of Soledad, CA the Mexican bandit Tiburcio Vasquez hid over $500,000 in gold specie and bullion. The site is off Hwy 146, and easy to get to. Shortly after he was killed in an attempted robbery.


California Treasure
Large Barrel Of Gold Nuggets CA
(Taken)
In the 1890s a Jim Savage operated a trading post on the Merced River. Over a period of many years he accumulated a fortune in gold nuggets, and buried them in a large flour barrel on the south side of Millerton Lake, 17 miles south of Coarsegold, CA. The site is in a semi-remote area, and easy to get to. It can eas
i
ly be found without using GPS, as there are excellent ref
erence
points that will lead you to the target. He was shot to death in a gun battle.
California Treasure
Drain Pipe Full Of Gold Nuggets CA
(Taken)
Glennville, CA
In the 1800s a prospector stashed about 100 pounds of gold nuggets in a 6 foot length of drain pipe and buried it less then 1 foot deep. It's in a semi-remote area and easy to get to. A GPS should not be necessary, as there are plenty of good reference points.
California Treasure
Large Cache Of Turquoise CA
(Taken)
In 1903 it was valued at $200,000. It was buried by a prospector G. Simmons, about 1 foot deep, near Twentynine Palms Hwy about 1.5 miles south of Morongo Valley, CA. He never told the location of the stones. It's very easy to get to.
California Treasure
Candle Holder Treasure CA
(Taken)
Known as the Candle Holder Treasure, it consists of 1.5 million in gold and silver coins hidden in a small cave. You will not need a GPS to find this one. The location is about 11 miles S/W of Buellton, CA in the Hollister Ranch area.
California Treasure
Calico Treasure CA
(Taken)
Buried on the outskirts of Calico, California there is a large gold bar valued at $250,000 at the time. It was taken in a robbery of an assayer's office in Barstow, CA. The site is very easy to get to, and the cache is less then 1 ft. deep. Due to good reference points you should not need your GPS. The robber was hanged soon after without revealing the location.
California Treasure
Two Steel Caskets CA
Taken
Ontario, CA
On a section of undeveloped land in Ontario, CA two steel caskets are buried that contain 3,125 Spanish gold coins each. The cache was buried by the founder of the Cucamonga Ranch Don Tiburcio Tapia and his son Ramon. The caskets are buried side by side about 18 inches deep.
New Mexico Treasure
Doc Ness Cavern NM
Taken
Victorio Peak NM
In 1937 a man named Doc Ness was hunting around Victorio Peak, New Mexico, when he came across a mysterious hole in the ground. The tunnel led to a cavern which contained a treasure of gold bars, silver and jewels estimated to be around $1.7 billion dollars. The origins of the treasure are unknown. Doc began selling the bars, but was double crossed and shot. Only Doc knew where the treasure was hidden, and billions of dollars are still down there.
California Treasure
600K In Gold Coins CA 
Taken
Twain Harte CA
In 1854 bandits got $600,000 in newly-minted gold coins by attacking a wagon hauling it from the mint in Columbia. The gold was stashed in a cave near the village of Twain Harte, CA. The bandits were killed a few days later in a gun battle with a posse.
Arizona Treasure
651 Gold Bars AZ 
Taken
In 1929 three miners stumbled across 700 gold bars thought to be buried by the Jesuits in 1648 while on their way back to Mexico. They took what they could carry leaving behind 651 bars. The location is in a remote area S/E of Ajo, AZ about 4 miles North of the Mexican border. The cache is only 6 inches deep. Off road vehicle recommended.
New Mexico Treasure
150K In Silver Bullion NM 
Taken
In a small cave about 8 miles S/E of Galisteo, New Mexico less then 100 feet off Hwy 285 you will find over 150K in silver bullion. It's very easy to find and get to.
Arizona Treasure
Wells Fargo Shipment AZ
Taken
In 1865 robbers got away with gold valued at over $100,000 at the time by robbing a Wells Fargo shipment. It's buried 1 foot deep about 23 miles S/E of Vail, AZ ½ mile off a back-country road. The area is remote, and an off-road vehicle is recommended.
Arizona Treasure
50 Pound Gold Bars AZ 
Taken
In 1941 while on patrol, a soldier stationed at Fort Huachuca fell into a hole and discovered hundreds of 50 pound gold bars. He took a few bars, then covered the hole, and never told anyone about the incident. In 1959 he applied for and received permission from the United States government to recover the treasure with their help and support, but he could not find the site again. The cache is located about 46 miles East of the Douglas AZ border station, 6 miles North of the Mexican border, and ¾ mile off a back country road. Off-road vehicle is recommended.
Arizona Treasure
La Esmeralda Church Treasure AZ 
Taken
Consisting of several tons of gold bars and church ornaments is hidden in a cave on the outskirts of Tucson, AZ. The cave is 85 feet off a back country road, and easy to get to.
Texas Treasure
22 Mil In Gold And Silver Bullion TX 
Taken
The Mexican bandit Bonita stashed about 22 million in gold and silver bullion in a cave in south Texas. It's in a remote area about 1 mile S/E of the Camp at Rio Grande not far from the River.
Arizona Treasure
Zwing Hunt Cache 
Taken
Over 3 Million In Gold stolen by American outlaws Zwing Hunt and Billy Grounds in Mexico is hidden in a cave about 26 miles N/E of Douglas, AZ off Hwy 80. Although there appears to be a back-country road near the site, an off-road vehicle is recommended.
Arizona Treasure
75K In Gold Nuggets AZ
Taken
In 1891 two miners buried about $75,000 in gold nuggets under a toadstool-shaped rock near a small spring. The site is in a remote area about 20 miles N/E of Globe, AZ, 6 miles west of Hwy 60, and a half mile off a back-country road. When the miners attempted to go back to recover the gold, they were unable to relocate the site again. An off-road vehicle is recommended.
Arizona Treasure
Lost Treasure Of Telegraph Pass AZ 
Taken
This treasure is said to consist of about $50,000 in gold and jewelry buried in an iron kettle in 1870. It's buried less then 1 foot deep 138 feet off a back-country road about 8 miles west of Maricopa, AZ, and easy to get to.
Arizona Treasure
1To 2 Mil In Gold Bars In Cave AZ 
Taken
In a semi-remote area 1.5 miles east of Maracopa, AZ there is a cave that contains between one and two million-dollars in gold bars. The site is very easy to get to on back-country roads.
Arizona Treasure
Union Army Rifles And Pistols AZ
Around 1880 Indians stashed about one thousand U.S. Army rifles and pistols in a cave in Tucson, AZ. The cave is on residential property on the edge of a golf course.
Arizona Treasure
50 Gold Bars And 30 Bags Of Nuggets AZ 
Taken
The cache is in a small cave about 17 miles N/E of Sells, AZ, and ¼ mile off a back-country road off Hwy 86. Off -road vehicle is recommended.
Arizona Treasure
Sunlit Cave AZ 
Taken
Many treasure hunters have searched for the fabled Sunlit Cave Treasure without success. This fabulous treasure consists of several tons of Spanish gold bullion. It's located in a remote area about 17 miles S/W of Sells, AZ 6 miles north of the Mexican border. An off-road vehicle is recommended.
Arizona Treasure
Chests Of Gold Coins AZ 
Taken
In a remote area about 4 miles West of Tumacacori, AZ off Hwy 19, a prospector named William Rood buried several chests of gold coins. An Off-Road vehicle is recommended.
Arizona Treasure
80K In Gold And Silver Coins AZ 
Taken
During the 1850s a man named Lincoln hid about $80.000 in gold and silver coins in a small cave on the east banks of the Colorado River. The site is about 13 miles north of Yuma, AZ and accessible on back-country roads. Off-road vehicle is recommended.
Arizona Treasure
Alvord Gang Loot AZ 
Taken
In the late nineteenth century the Alvord Gang stashed $60,000 in gold bullion in a small cave about 3 miles N/E of Douglas, AZ 2.5 miles north of the Mexican border. Access from back-country roads. Off-road vehicle recommended.
Arkansas Treasure
Twin Springs Treasure AR 
Taken
About a million-dollars in gold bars buried during the Civil War can be found in a semi-remote area 5 miles east of Gillham, AR 1/3 mile off a back-country road 1 foot deep. Off-road vehicle recommended.
Arkansas Treasure Story
John Crittenhouse Cache AR 
Taken
During the Civil War a Union gunboat sank on the White River near Claredon, AR carrying $150,000 in gold coins. Two years later it was recovered by John Crittenhouse. When the Federal government demanded it, he hid it in a small cave across state lines 5 miles east of Doddsville, Mississippi on agricultural land. The cave is just a few feet off a dirt road, and easy to get to. John died shortly afterwards.
Arkansas Treasure
Madre Vena Treasure 
Taken
110 Million In Silver And Gold Bullion
In a small cave about 3 miles S/W of Lunenburg, Arkansas you will find 110 Million In Silver and Gold bullion. The cave is 200 feet from a back-country road and easy to get to.
Arkansas Treasure
Two Iron Pots AR
Taken
During the Civil War three Indians dropped two iron pots containing silver and gold coins in a natural hole in the ground. The site is in a semi-remote area 2 miles S/W of South Lead Hill, AR. Easy to get to.
Arkansas Treasure Story
3 Mil In Spanish Gold AR 
Taken
The Spaniards buried over 3 Million in gold 2.5 feet deep 1.6 miles N/W of Piney Oklahoma in a farm land area 1.7 miles west of the Arkansas border.
Arkansas Treasure
Hen Wesson Cache AR 
Taken
A wealthy merchant named Hen Wesson hid about 46 pounds of gold coins in a small cave 1.6 miles S/E of Wye, Arkansas in a semi-remote area. Very easy to get to.
California Treasure
Lost Van Dusen Gold Mine CA 
Taken
If you have ever had the desire to find a very rich gold mine to work on in your spare time, this is it. After two partners accumulated a fortune in gold from the mine, one killed the other and absconded with the entire fortune. The mine is located in a semi-remote area, about 4 miles N/W of Fawnskin, CA, 242 feet off a back-country road. Off road vehicle is recommended.
California Treasure
290 Lbs Of Gold Bullion CA
Taken
In 1894 one of the workmen of the San Francisco Mint robbed about 290 pounds in gold bullion and buried it 6.7 miles S/E of Longvale, CA about 450 feet off Hwy 101.
California Treasure
Willow Creek Post Office Loot CA
Taken
In 1928 the Willow Creek Post Office was robbed. The robbers got away with $28,000 in gold coins. The coins are buried less then 1 foot deep in a remote area about .7 mile north of Morris Lake. Off-road vehicle recommended.
California Treasure
106K In Gold CA 
Taken
The bandit Rattlesnake Dick and his gang of cutthroats buried $106,000 in gold which they netted from two stagecoach robberies. They buried the loot 1,937 feet off Hwy 101, 6 miles south of Twin Rocks, CA. less then 1 foot deep.
California Treasure
128K In Gold Coins CA 
Taken
Bandits buried $128,000 in gold coins from a robbery 10 miles S/E of the town of McCloud, CA. The site is in a remote area 1.7 miles south of Lake McCloud, and a half mile off a back-country road. Off-road vehicle recommended.
California Treasure
Lost Lake Of Gold CA 
Taken
In 1850 a man named Adam Lingaard discovered a prehistoric dry lake bed covered with gold nuggets. He estimated the area covered several square miles. He carried out over 100 pounds of nuggets more then 40 miles to the nearest settlement and then failed to find the site again. The site is in the Lassen National Park area with good roads.
California Treasure
35K In Gold Bullion CA 
Taken
In 1856 a bandit named George Skinner buried $35,000 in gold bullion that he took in a robbery. The site is in a remote area 14 miles N/E of Standish, CA, 2,300 feet off a back-country road, and less then one foot deep. Off-road vehicle recommended.
Florida Treasure
Seminole Indian Cache FL 
Taken
The Seminole Indians were forced to aband
o
n about $100,000 worth of gold coins that had been given to them by the British for their help fighting the American colonies, but it slowed them down too much when they were being pursued by Andrew Jackson. They dumped the coins about 2.5 miles S/E of Big Grassy Island, 1,900 feet from the Gulf of Mexico shore line. Access
very
easy by boat.
California Treasure
10 Stone Jars CA 
Taken
A prospector buried 10 stone jars filled with gold dust, and a leather pouch of gold coins in a remote area 7 miles south of Douglas, CA, just a few feet off a back-country road.
California Treasure
25K In Gold Nuggets CA
A prospector is known to have buried about $25,000 in gold nuggets. The location is on private land 5.5 miles S/W of Manton, CA, 272 feet off private property road. A search and share agreement is recommended.
California Treasure
Henry Gordier Cache CA
Around the turn of the century a rancher named Henry Gordier was murdered by robbers for not
telling
where he buried about 50 pounds of gold dust and nuggets. The site is in a remote area 3 miles S/W of Honey Lake, and 44 feet off a back-country road. Very easy to get to.
Florida Treasure
Pirate Treasure FL 
Taken
Cantonment, FL
(Details removed at clients request.)
California Treasure
Peter Lassen Cache CA
Corning, CA
In 1830 a Peter Lassen died after having buried a large fortune in gold on his ranch near the confluence of Deer Creek and the Sacramento River. Indications are the cache weighs over 50 pounds, and is buried less then one foot deep.
California Treasure
Charles Sterling Cache CA
In the 1850s a prospector named Charles Sterling buried over $25,000 in gold dust packed into liquor bottles a half mile S/W of Lake Hemet in a remote area 1,300 feet off a back-country road. He died shortly after. Off-Road vehicle recommended.
California Treasure
Safe With 65K In Gold Coins CA
In 1847 bandits buried a safe containing $65,000 in gold coins. The site is about 1 mile N/E of Manchester, CA in a remote area a few feet off a back-country road, and buried just below the surface. Off-road vehicle recommended.
Florida Treasure
Billy Bowlegs Treasure One FL
In 1800 the pirate Billy Bowlegs buried about $5,000,000 in gold and silver coins. The site is on St. George Island on private land. It's 18 inches deep and easy to get to. Search and Share agreement recommended.
Florida Treasure
Bahamian Traders Cache FL
Taken
East of Cross City, FL, in a semi-remote area, eight barrels of gold coins were buried by two Bahamian Traders about 18 inches deep just before they were hanged by Andrew Jackson for selling arms and inciting the Seminole Indians.
Florida Treasure
Billy Bowlegs Treasure Two FL
Taken
In the eighteen hundreds the pirate Billy Bowlegs hid four large brass-bound chests containing more than $5 million in gold and silver bullion and specie, as well as some church treasure in a cave. The site is in a small community off Choctawhatchee Bay near Fort Walton Beach. The cave is in what appears to be a common area that is accessible by land or water.
Florida Treasure
3 Kegs Of Gold Coins FL 
Taken
Around 1825 a pirate named Copeland buried 3 kegs of gold coins in Longboat Key, FL. The cache is buried just below the surface on an undeveloped parcel of land and easy to get to.
Florida Treasure
Large Pirate Treasure FL
The Pirate Jean Lafitte buried a large treasure about 18 inches deep in the Steinhatchee, FL area. It's accessible by land or water. Search and share agreement recommended.
Florida Treasure
Plantation Owner Cache FL
During the Seminole Wars a wealthy plantation owner buried a chest of gold coins and family silver on Bumblebee Island, FL shortly before he was killed by Indians. The Island is uninhabited today, and the cache will be easy to find and recover. It's buried only one foot deep.
Florida Treasure
4 Chests Of Gold Coins FL 
Taken
An English ship was wrecked in 1784 and the survivors buried four chests of gold coins in the Land O' Lakes area in a semi-remote location. The chests are buried side by side one foot deep, and the weight of the gold is about 200 pounds. The cache is about 225 feet off a back-country road. A search and share agreement is recommended just in case. When the survivors eventually reached St. Augustine the Spaniards thought they were spies and hanged them all.
Note:
When a search and share agreement is recommended, upon request I will send you one at no charge when you purchase the map.
Florida Treasure
Gasparilla Cache 2 FL
While being pursued by several vessels, Gasparilla the pirate went ashore with his crew, abandoned his ship, and buried a chest containing 50,000 dollars in gold coins about 13 miles S/W of Daytona Beach. The site is in a semi-remote treed area 382 feet off a main road. When he returned a few months later to recover the treasure, due to a hurricane changing the landscape, he could not find the spot again.
Florida Treasure
Chest Of Silver Coins FL
In the 1720s a band of Spaniards buried a chest of silver coins while being pursued by hostile Indians. The coins weigh about 85 pounds, and are buried less then a foot deep. They are buried on the banks of the St. Johns River in a semi-remote area with access by land or water in the Paisley, FL area.
Georgia Treasure
1,000 Gold Bars In Cave GA 
Taken
Cherokee Indians robbed a wagon that was taking 1,000 gold bars to the Mint for processing, and then they hid the gold in a small cave in the Fairmount, GA area. The cave is 50 feet off a back-country road in a semi-remote area
.
Georgia Treasure
Large Cache Of Gold Bars GA 
Taken
In a semi-remote location in the Dalton, GA area there is a cave on the river bank that contains a large amount of gold bars. Indications are the total weight of the gold is over 100 pounds. The site is easy to get to. You might take a search and share agreement with you just in case.
Georgia Treasure
600K In Gold Bullion In Cave GA 
Taken
At a value of $600,000 in the early eighteen hundreds, this cache would be a great find today. It's in the Dallas, Georgia area and very easy to get to. It's on private property, and you can drive right up to the spot. A search and share agreement is recommended.
Georgia Treasure
50K In Gold And Silver Coins GA

On a farm in the 1930s a chest containing around $50,000 in gold and silver coins was buried near a barn. A fire destroyed the barn and all the markers leading to the treasure. The farm no longer exists, and the site is easy to get to. It's in the Emerson, Georgia area about 88 feet off a main road with a wide shoulder to park on.


Iowa Treasure
35K In Gold Coins IA 
Taken
The outlaw Jesse James buried $35,000 in gold coins in the Council Bluffs, Iowa area. The cache is buried 1 foot deep 800 feet from a main road on agricultural land in a wooded area.
Iowa Treasure
75K In Gold Coins IA 
Taken
A wealthy merchant buried over $75,000 in gold coins on his land about 5 miles S/E of Blanchard, Iowa. It's buried 1 foot deep in a wooded area on agricultural acreage, 1000 feet from a back-country road.
Iowa Treasure
65K In Gold Coins IA 
Taken
The notorious Burrow gang buried $65,000 in gold coins 3 miles S/E of Earlham, IA in a wooded area on agricultural land 6 inches deep about 1,000 feet off a back-country Rd.


Nevada
You Can Really Celebrate When You Recover This One!
1880s Lost Wagon Load of One Hundred Proof 122 Year Old Whiskey 
(Taken)
Very easy to find. It's about a half mile off Hwy 374 on a dirt road, two and a half miles SW of Beatty, NV. See story online:
http://www.robertwynn.com/Whiskey.html
McCann's Summit Gold
(Taken)
Nevada
Gambler's sack of gold coins. The cache is buried about 30 ft. off an old stagecoach road in the boonies, about 7 miles south of the Veterans Memorial Hwy, just off Hwy 265. Read the story online
.
Nevada Treasure
100K In Silver Coins
(Taken)
Johnnie, NV, about 14 miles north of Pahrump
They don't get any easier then this one! In 1944 a gambler had a lucky run on Las Vegas crap tables, and walked away with $100,000 in casino silver coins. In that time frame it's likely some were minted in the eighteen hundreds. The cache is buried less then a foot deep about 35 feet off a sparsely traveled dirt road in a semi-remote area. The total weight of the cache is about 53 pounds. The gambler died from a heart attack before he had a chance to recover it.
Nevada Treasure
250K In Gold Ore
(Taken)
During the 1880s a prospector buried 250K in gold ore 1 ft. deep about 2 miles northeast of the northern tip of Pyramid Lake. The site is remote, but there are dirt roads in the area. An off-road vehicle is recommended. He was unable to find the cache after the winter snows melted.
Nevada Treasure
(Taken)
Huge Cache Of Gold Ore
Tuscarora, NV
In 1962 a tourist accidentally found a huge cache of gold ore in the vicinity of the ghost town of Tuscarora, NV (now sparsely populated) and didn't realize what he had until weeks later. He was unable to relocate the cache on subsequent trips. Indications are the cache weighs about 43 lbs, and was placed there in 1856 by a prospector who was not able to return for it. It will be easy to find only 225 ft. off a dirt road on the outskirts of town.
Nevada Treasure
70K In Gold Bullion NV
(Taken)
Around 1900 a mine official or assayer buried $70,000 in gold bullion less then a foot deep about 5 miles S/W of Caliente, NV near Etna in a remote area. The cache weighs about 17 pounds, and can be accessed off Hwy 317.
Nevada Treasure
1927 Bank Robbery Loot NV
(Taken)
Virginia City
Bandits robbed the Virginia City Bank in October 1927. They got away with paper money and coins at an estimated value of $16,000. The cache is buried 1 ft. deep about 4 miles east of Virginia City in a sparsely populated area just off Six-Mile Canyon Road.
Nevada Treasure
(Taken)
Lost Golden Eagle Mine NV
Located about a mile and a half S/W of Tuscarora, NV in a semi-remote area is a very rich, large gold vein in a quartz outcropping. The location is easily accessible. Based on the legend, a good chipping hammer should allow you to take home a fortune in gold.
Wyoming Treasures
Jack Slade's 200 Pounds of Freshly Minted Gold Coins
(Taken)
Read story online:
Glenrock Payroll Cache
(Taken)
Wyoming
In the late 1800s a gang of outlaws attacked and robbed a U.S. Army paymaster not far from Fort Fetterman. Afterward, the desperadoes hightailed it for the mountains south of Glenrock in Converse County, Wyoming. As best as it can be determine, the robbers carried off gold coins valued at between $40,00-$50,000 face value.Within the week, a cavalry detachment from Fort Fetterman located the bandit hideout and a brisk firefight ensued. By the time the gun-smoke cleared, the entire gang of thieves was deader than dead. Although some gold coins were found on or near the persons of the dead outlaws, the bulk of the payroll gold was never found despite intensive searches of the immediate area.
Montana
(Taken)
$800,000 In Gold Bars & Coins
There is no fluff in this story, just the facts. In the 1800s a band of outlaws hid $800,000 in gold bars and coins in a cave after a
robbery. All members of the gang were caught and hanged before they could return to the site. All the loot is still there untouched. I located the cave in the boonies near a dirt road that looks like what could have been an old stagecoach route, just a few miles West of Ingomar, Montana.
Florida Treasure
8 Barrels Of Gold Coins
(Taken)
Eight barrels of English Gold coins amounting to $100,000 were buried near present-day Cross City, by two Bahamian traders before they were hung by General Andrew Jackson for selling arms to the Seminole Indians in the 1830′s. They are located about 8 miles S/W of Cross City, less then 2 ft. deep. It is no telling what was considered to be a barrel back then, however dowsing indicates the total cache weighs about 147 pounds.
Florida Treasure
Million Dollar Confederate Payroll
(Taken)


The Florida Everglades is the area of a well documented lost treasure. Near the end of the Civil War, a Confederate paymaster being pursued by Union troops buried a million-dollar payroll, $200,000 in gold coins and the remainder in paper currency. Records reveal he wrote, “Chased by the enemy, we buried our payroll at a point in the Everglades where the land rises like a camel’s back. The money is buried in the west hump of the rise.” The area is between Alligator Alley and State Road 41 

Florida Treasure
Three Silver Church Bells
(Taken)
Three silver church bells were buried by Spanish padres in 1586, somewhere in the area of St. Augustine to keep them from Sir Francis Drake. The padres were killed, and the location of the silver bells lost.
Florida Treasure
(Taken)
$60,000 In Gold Coins,FL
In 1894, a merchant named Richard Crowe died in St. Augustine, leaving a will stating he buried $60,000 in gold coins on his property. Searchers were unable to locate the treasure.
Florida Treasure
Don Felipe's Silver And Gold
(Taken)
A Spaniard named Don Felipe, is known to have buried the family silver, along with a large amount of gold coins, on his plantation during the Seminole war before he was killed by Indians. Located about 2 miles NW of Ocala.
Idaho Treasure
$50,000 Gold Shipment
(Taken)
A $50,000 Gold shipment (1883 value) was robbed off a stagecoach about 6 miles North of Boise, ID in the summer of 1883. The wounded robber was found dead shortly after the robbery on the South side of the Boise River. It was buried less then a foot deep next to what looks like a large rock. You can drive right to the spot. It is on private property, and you will undoubtedly have to share the treasure with the land owner, but this one will be one of the easiest treasures you will ever find and recover.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
Coeur d'Alene, ID
Highgrader's Stash and Gold Mine Location
What is a highgrader stash? I the early days of gold mining, before there was sophisticated security in the mines, clever miners would devise ways of stealing and smuggling the best gold samples they found out of the mines for their own profit. For whatever reasons, some would hide or bury their loot and never return for it. It's not likely you will find any stories about these events, but if you are a map dowser, you can scan any areas where gold mining activities took place, and chances are you will get a hit on one or more caches. This map shows the location of a highgrader's cache near Fernan Lake, and the location of the mine site about 1,460 feet from the cache. Indications are there is about 17 pounds of gold in the cache, and it's buried less then 1 foot deep. The terrain can be challenging for older treasure hunters.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
Mud Lake, Idaho, Jefferson County
5 20 Pound Gold Bars
In 1865 a gang of outlaws robbed a Wells Fargo stagecoach and got away with 8 20 pound gold bars worth $180,000 at the time. With the posse hot on their trail they were seen throwing all the gold bars into Mud Lake. In 1901 an amateur treasure hunter using a makeshift grab-bucket recovered 3 of the 20 pound bars. Now for the good news. Dowsing the location of the 5 remaining gold bars using a current Google Earth Image, shows that due to a lower lake level the bars are now on dry land, and indications are they are resting on the surface of the ground. There are two spots to search that are 17 feet apart. One spot has 3 bars, and the other has 2 bars. What a great Easter Egg hunt for the kids!
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
Assayer's Safe Containing About 200 Lbs Of Gold Dust & Nuggets
One Mile West Of Pocatello, Idaho In Semi-Remote Location
In 1863 a flash flood wiped out a small community along with the local assayer's office, washing away everything including his safe. The safe is 400 ft. off a dirt road, about 2 ft. deep.
Idaho Treasure
$75,000 In Gold Bullion
(Taken)
In Remote Area 13 Miles N/E Of Spencer, Idaho Near Montana Border
15 Miles East Of I-15
The $75,000 in gold bullion was taken in a stagecoach robbery by the infamous Plummer gang. It's buried about 1 ft deep in an area of large rocks, and the spot should be easy to locate. The area is void of trees making it easy to get accurate GPS coordinates.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
Million In Gold Bullion, Idaho
A cache of gold bullion worth around $1 million in 1885 is buried 3 miles S/W of Lewis, ID 2 Ft. deep on a large agricultural plot of land. It was buried by Ling Kee Nam who was the head of the Chinese Tong, and spokesman for the large Chinese population in the area. He and his henchmen were lynched in 1885. You will probably need a share agreement with the land owner, but he is likely to have a backhoe to make the recovery easy.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
51 Lbs Of Gold Ore
McCall, ID
A cache of gold ore valued at $300,000 in the eighteen hundreds was stashed in a small cave on the outskirts of McCall, ID in a semi-remote area.
Idaho Treasure Story
(Taken)
Over $100,000 In California Gold Coins
This cache is not in Idaho. It's in Oregon about 7 miles west of the Oregon/Idaho border in an easily accessible remote location buried 2 ft. deep. The area has unlabeled dirt roads, but no good search-able reference points to use. The best way to find the area is to use the Google Earth ruler and plot a line 83 miles long at a heading of 215 degrees from Boise, ID. A rancher who died in 1897 revealed on his death bed that he buried it without telling anyone where.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
Large Iron Strongbox
$90,000 In Gold Coins
A large iron strongbox containing $90,000 in gold coins was buried on the banks of a creek about 1 Ft. deep in the southern outskirts of Garden Valley, ID in a semi-remote location. Indications are that they were newly-minted coins buried in 1824.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
About $50K In Gold Coins
Boise, Idaho
A strongbox containing about $50,000 in gold coins taken in a stagecoach robbery was hidden on the banks of the Boise River. The cache is about 35 feet off a road in a treed area that borders a Boise water treatment plant in a commercial area. The robber was surely in a hurry to hide the loot, as he was mortally wounded during the robbery, and shortly after the robbery he was found dead without the strongbox or his horse. This one should be very easy to find and recover. It's probably hidden between some rocks that should be easy to see.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
30K In Gold And Silver Coins
8 Miles South Of Melba, Idaho
A stagecoach holdup produced a $30,000 take of gold and silver coins. The bandit eventually died as a result of the wounds he received in the holdup, and was found dead a few miles from the holdup site without having any of the coins with him. The cache is buried less then a foot deep in a remote area about 1,800 feet from the nearest dirt road, approximately where the holdup took place.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
250K In Gold Bullion
In 1897 bandits robbed $250,000 in gold bullion from a pack train en route from Blackfoot to Arco, and then hid the loot in a small cave about 3 miles N/E of Arco, Idaho in Butte County. They were apprehended and hanged, but their plunder was never found. The cave is in a remote area about 1,300 feet from a dirt road.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
More Plummer Gang Loot
$75,000 In Gold Coins
Members of the Plummer Gang buried $75,000 in gold coins 13 feet from old train tracks about 7 miles east of Spencer, Idaho off Kilgore Rd. The cache is buried less then a foot deep.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
2 Million In Gold Bars (1888 Value)
About 10 Miles S/E Of Kilgore, Idaho
In 1888 a band of renegade Indians got away with two wagon loads of gold bars and hid them in a small cave about 10 miles S/E of Kilgore, ID in a remote area. There are enough dirt roads in the area to make this one easy to get to. The cave is only 14 ft. from one of the dirt roads that appears to be an old wagon trail through the area. About 2 hours after the robbery the Indians were killed by the US Cavalry. The empty wagons were later found in a ravine.
Nevada Treasure Near Idaho Border
(Taken)
40K In Newly Minted Gold Coins
1 Mile West Of Wild Horse Reservoir, NV
Outlaws hid $40,000 in newly-minted gold coins still in their original wrappers in a metal box in a remote area. They appear to be hidden in a prominent rock formation.
Idaho/Utah Border Treasure
(Taken)
150K In Gold Bullion
1 mile N/E Of Lynn Utah
In 1864 a lone bandit robbed $150,000 in gold bullion and stashed it in an abandoned mine shaft. He died in jail before being able to retrieve the cache. The area is semi-remote near farming/ranch land, and is 650 feet off a dirt road accessed off Valley Lynn Rd. The mine shaft is shallow about 6 ft. long.
Idaho Treasure
(Taken)
Over 100K In Gold Bullion
About 10 Miles South Of Oakley, ID
In 1876 a bandit named Jim Looney took over $100,000 in gold bullion from the Boise-Kelton stagecoach. He buried the loot before being killed in a barroom gun fight. The cache is buried less then a foot deep.
Oak Island Treasures
( Taken )
Nova Scotia, Canada
On the 140 acre island where the famous Money Pit treasure is located, there is another buried treasure worth much more in value.
First, I will tell you what I discovered about the Money Pit treasure using Investigative Dowsing. The treasure was buried by pirates in 1521 at a depth of 21 feet. The sink hole phenomenon, along with the sea water intrusion, and the numerous attempts to recover the treasure, caused it to settle to a depth of around 100 feet. The entire treasure weighs 74 pounds, and consists mostly of silver.
The apparently unknown pirate treasure that I located weighs 135 pounds, consists of mostly gold, and the remaining balance is silver. It was buried in 1628, and is about 5 feet deep where it still remains today. The map location for this treasure is what I'm offering.
Missouri Treasure
(Taken)
Taney County, Missouri
Alf Bolin, the infamous outlaw responsible for many robberies, murders, and menacing cruelty, finally met his maker, and when he died at the hand's of common folks who were fed-up with his brutal activities, he left behind a fortune in buried treasure. From his many robberies, he took anything of value, and accumulated an abundance of such things as gold, silver, jewelry, and watches.
Missouri Treasure
Westport MO Cache
(Taken)
In 1864 as the Union forces approached, all the residents in the area gave their valuables to Father Bernard J. Donnelly of the Immaculate Conception Church for safekeeping. He died of a heart attack shortly after burying the valuables, and the cache has never been found. At the time the value of the treasure was estimated to be between $50,000 and $100,000. The cache is buried about 1 ft. deep.
Missouri Treasure
Dr Lynn Talbot's Gold Coins MO
(Taken)
Barnard, MO
During the Civil War a successful doctor named Lynn Talbot buried a keg full of American gold coins. He was murdered when he refused to reveal the location of the coins to robbers. You can dig this one up in a farmers field about 2 miles S/W of Barnard. The cache is buried about 2 ft. deep just off Hwy 71.
Missouri Treasure
Kaffer Treasure MO
(Taken)
52 Pounds Of Gold Coins
Thought to be in the vicinity of Armstrong, it is actually located about 40 miles east on a treed portion of farmland not used for crops. It's buried 18 inches deep and easy to get to.
Missouri Treasure
(Taken)
Ton Of Gold Bars MO
2 Miles S/E Of Bowling Green
One ton of Confederate gold bars thought to be recovered from a river wreck during the Civil War is buried about 2 miles S/E of Bowling Green 2 foot deep. The cache is located on a strip of land between a farmer's field and a paved road that is about 20 feet away from the target. It will be very easy to load and haul away.
Missouri Treasure
(Taken)
Renegade Indian Loot MO
During the early nineteenth century a band of Indian renegades hid a large cache of plundered gold, silver, and jewels in a small cave about 1.5 miles S/W of the harbor at the Lake Of The Ozarks when a large posse surrounded them and killed them all. It's in a semi-remote area, and easy to get to. The treasures were acquired from numerous raids on settlements throughout the state.
Missouri Treasure Story
CA Miner Cache MO
(Taken)
About 60K In Gold
A miner returning home from the California gold fields was uneasy about being ambushed, so he buried his gold for safekeeping. Shortly after he was bushwhacked and killed. His cache is actually buried in Kansas in a farmland area 2 miles south of Iowa Point, Kansas about 1.5 miles west of Hwy 7. It's buried less then 1 foot deep and easy to get to.
Missouri Treasure
(Taken)
Cole Younger Cache MO
In the 1800s the outlaw Cole Younger buried a chest containing a large quantity of gold and silver coins about 1 ft. deep 3.5 miles S/E of Peoria, MO. It appears to be on cattle ranch land, and easy to get to.
Missouri Treasure
1 Million In Silver Bars, MO
(Taken)
During the Civil War some Confederate sympathizers are known to have buried about a million-dollars worth of silver bars near the banks of the James River in Galena, MO. At the end of the war they were unable to locate the cache because the river had flooded and destroyed their markers. It's very easy to get to, and it is less then 2 ft. deep.
Missouri Treasure
(Taken)
Spanish Cave MO
600K In Gold Coins
In a small cave about 1 mile S/E of Hartville, MO the Spanish stashed over $600,000 in gold coins. The cache is in a farmland area and easy to get to.
Missouri Treasure (Story)
Colonel Porter Cache MO
(Taken)
$30,000 In Gold Coins And Silverware
During the Civil War the Confederate raider Colonel Porter buried about $30,000 in gold coins and silverware about 1 ft. deep in a treed area on what looks to be ranch land today. Shortly after he buried the cache he was ambushed and killed by Union troops. Although this is a Missouri treasure story, the loot is on the Arkansas side of the border .5 mile S/E of Jordan Arkansas, 1 mile west of the border.
Missouri Treasure
500 Silver Coins MO
(Taken)
About 9 Miles N/E Of West Plains, MO
In 1902 a farmer named Charles Boucher buried 500 silver dollars on his property about 1 foot deep near his cabin that no longer exists. The cache is buried about 50 feet from a pond on the property that is still there. You won't even need a GPS device to find this one, as there are excellent reference points. The cache is on semi-remote farm land.
Texas Treasure
95 K In Gold Coins
(Taken)
In the eighteen hundreds bandits buried 95 K in gold coins about 10 miles S/W of Fort Davis, TX in a remote area with a variety of dirt roads. Best access is off Hwy 166. The cache is about 1 foot deep.
Oregon Treasure
Iron Kettle
(Taken)
In the years after gold was discovered in California and southern Oregon, the town of Fort Grant sprang up south of Medford — more or less where Phoenix is today. The town lacked a bank, so the paymaster of one of its companies — probably the stage line — kept accounts for local miners. He’d stash their gold dust, $20 coins and other valuables in a big iron kettle, which he kept securely buried in a secret location.
This worked great — until the paymaster suddenly had a stroke. The kettle is buried 3.5 miles East of Medford.
Oregon Treasure
1890 Stage Loot
(Taken)
The year was 1890 and a stage coach was rattling though Oregon close to Josephine, Oregon
. The robbers made off with a wealth of cash and gold. A posse quickly formed and caught the gang – quickly providing western justice as was often dispensed to Oregon outlaws, they were killed. No one thought to ask where the proceeds of the robbery had been hidden.
One outlaw tried with his dying breath to tell , all he managed before he dies was that the loot was within a few hundred yards from where the stage was robbed and buried in a hole. For years hordes of treasure hunters searched the area to no avail. The treasure is located 12 miles south of Josephine and 11 miles east of Kerby. It's in a remote area, just off a modern paved road.
Oregon Treasure
Triskett Gang Loot
(Taken)
Called The Thrill Killers Treasure
Josephine, County, OR
In 1852 five outlaws known as the Triskett gang robbed an assay office at the Sailors Diggings mining camp of $25,000 in gold dust. They buried the gold when the posse caught up with them south of the Oregon-California border. They were all killed, and a search of the area could not find the gold. Location is in a remote area about 6 miles south of the Oregon-California border, about 3 miles north of the Klamath River.
Oregon Treasure
Pirate Chest
(Taken)
Near Manzanita, OR
In the sixteen hundreds, a pirate treasure was unloaded off a pirate ship anchored offshore, and buried for safekeeping.
Clatsop Indian legends speak of two ships, one that wrecked on Nehalem Beach with a cargo of beeswax, and a second ship that anchored offshore of Neahkahnie Mountain. A landing party from the ship buried a treasure chest on the slopes of Neahkahnie, marking the spot with an inscribed rock. Many industrious and resourceful people have attempted to find the lost wealth of Neahkahnie Mountain, literally honeycombing parts of it. The depression years were a flurry of activity. The many intriguing artifacts they have unearthed have only deepened the mystery. On display at the Tillamook County Museum are rocks found on Neahkahnie Mountain that bear cryptic symbols, as if mapping the treasure's location. The chest is buried 3 ft. deep, about 230 ft. from the shoreline.
Oregon Treasure
Ed Croy Cache
(Taken)
River County, Oregon
Outlaw Ed Croy and his gang plundered the local gold mines in the late eighteen hundreds and amassed a fortune estimated at $200,000 in gold dust and nuggets. The cache is in a semi-remote area about 2 miles S/W of Bennett Pass buried 14 inches deep. The site is easy to get to, just off Hwy 35.
Oregon Treasure
$35,000 In Gold Coins
(Taken)
Clackamas County, Oregon
Outlaws reportedly buried $35,000 in gold coins at Horse Thief Meadows near Barlow Pass. The cache is buried 12 inches deep in a semi-remote area off Hwy 35.
Oregon Treasure
$60,000 In Gold Coins-Oregon
(Taken)
10 Miles S/E Of Glendale, Oregon
A bandit confessed to having buried a payroll of $60,000 in gold coins which he robbed from a stagecoach in 1880. He died in prison, and was never able to go back and recover the loot. The cache is buried 1 ft. deep in a semi-remote area.
Oregon Treasure
$100,000 In Gems And Jewelry
(Taken)
Portland, Oregon
About 18 miles east of Portland, along the south side of the Columbia river, several large Mason fruit jars are buried that contain about $100,000 in gems and jewelry that were taken in a holdup in 1923. The jars are buried 1 ft. deep on the south side of the Columbia River Hwy that runs along the edge of the river.
Oregon Treasure
$17,000 In Gold Dust And Nuggets
(Taken)
Deer Island Area
In the early 19 th century, a trader buried about $17,000 in gold dust and nuggets. The site is located about 30 miles north of Portland between the Columbia River Hwy and Dike road. The cache is buried about a foot deep in a semi-remote area.
Oregon Treasure
3 Chests Of Gold Coins Klamath Lake, OR
(Taken)
Bandits buried 3 chests of gold coins from a stagecoach robbery in 1874. The loot is buried about 18 inches deep near the Round Lake Community off Green Spring Hwy about 5 miles S/W of the southern tip of upper Klamath Lake. It's in a semi-remote location and easy to get to.
Virginia Treasure
The Famous Thomas J. Beale Treasure
(Taken)
Estimated Up To 65 Million In Gold, Silver, And Jewelry
Bedford County, Virginia
It's not where researchers think it is!
New York Area Treasure
18 th Century Coins
(Taken)
Grand Island, NY
A wealthy French merchant is known to have buried several kegs of 18 th century coins near the ruins of his home and store on Grand Island, in the middle of the Niagara River between Buffalo and Niagara Falls. The cache is on agricultural land today, and easy to get to. It consists of 5 kegs of gold and silver coins, total weight about 67 pounds, and is buried 16 inches deep.
New York Area Treasure
54 Lbs Of Gold Coins
(Taken)
In Sheldon, NY -A Few Miles West Of Warsaw
During the depression, a farmer with the last name of Rogers buried $45,000 in gold coins on his land. His descendants were never able to find it. The property is still agricultural, and you can drive to the exact spot where the treasure is buried about 18 inches deep. The cache is in near proximity to the farm house, so you will want to take a share agreement with you.
Utah Treasure
(Taken)
Bandit Cave, Spanish Fork, UT
Three bandits in the early 1800s accumulated a substantial amount of loot robbing stagecoaches and banks, and wanted to find a safe place to stash their booty. They knew of a cave that would fill their need, but they were still concerned about the security of their cache. They decided to purchase a vault door from a burned-out bank in Salt Lake City and use it to seal the entrance of the cave. While the last of the loot was being placed in the cave, one of the bandits got greedy, and locked his two partners in the cave to avoid having to share with them. Unfortunately for him, while he was swinging the door closed, one of the men inside the cave managed to get a shot off hitting him in the stomach. Wounded, he managed to make it to a local ranch where he told his story to the rancher before he died. The rancher was never able to find the cave.
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* Iran Treasure *
Larestan County, Iran
4 Pounds Of Gold
Buried 1 foot deep in a farmland area about 1 mile S/E of Juyom, Iran.
This was a special order, the sale flubbed
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