Buried Treasures of the Pacific Northwest: Secret Indian Mines, Lost Outlaw Hoards, and Stolen Payroll Coins

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august house, 1995 - Fiction - 191 pages
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Do Indians living today know the location of the supposededly cursed Lost Gold of Devil's Sink? Did Sir Francis Drake bury millions of dollars'worth of ancient Incan treasures? Has anyone found the box of gold coins buried by a reputed giant in the Washington rain forest? Is there a noble family's fortune buried near an old log cabin in the Cascades?

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I talked to the Great Great Grandson that was Indian, About Gold that was called cursed Gold by the Indians and I thinkj I know whaere it is. I need a partner to go get it as I don';t even drive a car Buyt if You know about the Crazy Woman Battle and What is there as a marker showing thats the battle place I think One of the markers or monuments are very close to where that cursed gold still lies today As He was an old man being told by his ether Great or Great Great Grandfather to him telling him to never return for that gold as it is cursed gold. But as we all know, All that yellow metal was a curse to the Indians as it only brought more white men to their hunting grounds and so much waste of killing BUFFs for only their hides and I have been given so much information about this that I know that its there at one of a few places that are marked as historic sites. Crazy Woman Bozeman, Wagonbox battel Crazty Woman Battle . Not all that long ago A metat detecter was bot something you may find around the house . But Get one of those and Lets go get it if you want to go on a REAL treasure Hunt . I'm tired of living poor as I know of the places that it just has to be one of them . From what I understand . The gold was taken from Dead White Men that were in the U.S. Calvary, So it may be in coins or bars But all that counts is that its Gold and I need a partner to go look for it . Please contacct Dave at use2bawildchild@gmail.com and if Your some kind of jokester, Please don't reply . I need someone thastwill take the time to find it right here in Wyoming.  


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W.C. Jameson Bio: W.C. Jameson is the award-winning and best-selling author of more than seventy books and over 1,500 articles and essays. In addition, he is an accomplished songwriter and performer, having recorded five albums of his original music and acted in five films. He has written the soundtracks for four films, and wrote and performed in the musical, "Whatever Happened to the Outlaw, Jesse James?" Jameson is the best-selling treasure author in the world. Perhaps he is known best, as the creator of the popular Buried Treasures of America series for August House. His success and fame as a professional treasure hunter has led to appearances on television's "Unsolved Mysteries," the Travel Channel, the Discovery Channel, Nightline, and National Public Radio. He also consulted with the production team for the highly successful feature film, "National Treasure," starring Nicholas Cage. One of Jameson's most popular books is Billy the Kid: Beyond the Grave, a regional bestseller. This controversial book presents stunning evidence that the famous outlaw, Billy the Kid, was not killed by Sheriff Pat Garrett in 1881 but went on to live an adventurous and productive life for the next sixty-nine years. Jameson has won numerous awards for his writing from a number of professional associations. A nationally recognized and honored author, he has served as a judge for several prestigious literary competitions. When not on an expedition or writing a book, Jameson tours the country performing his music at folk festivals, colleges and universities, concert halls, and roadhouses.

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