- I've read some of a paperback book, "Buried Texas Treasure" by WC
Jameson. I happen to know the author as he is a local talent. (looks
a lot like Willie Nelson) He sings with a couple of others I know,
Jon Martinez and Mike Blakely. Mike is a very well-known author,
also. His books are wonderful!
Mr. Jameson's book contains chapters on alll areas of tales of
Texas treasures. In his book, Central Texas, better known as the
Hill Country has chapters on The German's Buried Treasure, The
Silver Ledge of Shelton Hollow, Spanish Treasure in Travis County,
and the San Saba Mines.
He also writes about the Gulf Coast area, the treasurer's you would
be interested in. Those chapters include, The Treasure of Barkentine
Creek, Jean Laffite's Lost Booty, John Singers's Padre Island
Treasure, The Curse of the Neches River Treasure, The Shopwrecks on
Deer Island and the Treasure of Matagorda Bay.
This is only one book of many he has written on treasure.
I had his web site bookmarked but got a new computer and lost all of
my favorite web pages
I'll try to get in touch with him and maybe you two could
- --- Sandra <sandra1_2000_1999@...> wrote:
> Hangman, I've never had the pleasure of meetingHowdy Sandra... Should you one day find yourself
> But who knows who you'll run into out there 'on the
> trail'. :)
down some lonely Texas highway and off on the horizon
a dust storm rising... It just might be rascally out
digging a hole. He'll probally be working that hole
his metal detector. Never Know.
Good to hear from you.
No promises, and no specifics on time, however, when I reach Ole
Texas, I'll let you know. Maybe we can compare notes. I think that
would be fantastic!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Sandra"
> Hangman, I've never had the pleasure of meeting Rascal.
> But who knows who you'll run into out there 'on the trail'. :)