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  • The Hangman
    Tom, Thank you your stories were great, and its nice to see other being active on this site. Have you looked over the articles I recently posted? Hope you
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 22, 2003
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      Tom, Thank you your stories were great, and its nice
      to see other being active on this site. Have you
      looked over the articles I recently posted? Hope you
      and everyone enjoys them. If you haven't go to the
      home page for All Treasure Tales USA, click on FILES,
      then click on whatever stories you'd like to read. I
      plan to rotate articles monthly. Let me know what you
      think... I'm interested in your feed back! Thanks for
      the post.

      Best Wishes & Happy Hunting
      The Hangman
      --- "rascally001 <rascally001@...>"
      <rascally001@...> wrote:
      > This is from the books "Buried treasure of the U.
      > S." by Robert Marx
      > And "America's Lost Treasure" by Michael Paul Henson
      >
      > Alabama - Dec 1864 Town of Newton in Dale County
      > sent 3 men to bury a
      > strongbox of the town's savings before an attack by
      > Col. Joseph
      > Sanders. After the attack those 3 men died. A plaque
      > and court
      > records testify to the fact.
      >
      > $30,000 in gold was dropped into the Tambigbee
      > River South of
      > Myrtlewood in Marengo County by at tax collector in
      > 1860 when he was
      > being attacked by bandits.
      >
      > 3 wagon loads of gold and silver coins were buried
      > at Tallahassee
      > near a fenceline.
      >
      > $900,000 in gold coins and bars is buried in the
      > area of Birmingham
      >
      > Arkansas - Boone County - Near Coweta Falls is a
      > cave under a large
      > rock bluff. Indians buried a large pot of gold near
      > the bluff.
      > Boone County - 4 or 5 Indians transporting a large
      > amt of gold and
      > silver buried their treasure along Bee creek in the
      > northern part of
      > Boone County
      >
      > 20 miles east of Morrilton Arkansas Edgar Mason
      > was said to bury
      > gold and silver coins
      >
      > Near Kelso in Desha County is the "Spanish
      > Galleons", supposedly
      > consisting of $45,000,000 in gold bars
      >
      > Connecticut - Capt Kidd allegedly buried treasure on
      > Pilot and Goose
      > islands also around Hartford buried treasure near a
      > hillside by the
      > towns of Naubuc and Weatherford
      >
      > Thaddeus Birke, a jeweler, carried 2 leather
      > covered hardwood
      > trunks filled with exotic jewels rode a train that
      > plunged into the
      > Norwalk River about 300 yds from the South Norwalk
      > Depot May 6 1853
      >
      > Pirate treasure is buried on Fisher Island off
      > Mystic
      >
      > Close by Lake Saltonstall, East Haven, Jules
      > Bourgay buried $40,000
      > to $50,000 in 1858 by a cave he lived in.
      >
      > Florida - "billy Bowlegs" Rogers, a pirate, buried a
      > fortune on an
      > Island and the mainland in Choctawhatchee Bay in
      > 1838.
      >
      > Charlotte Harbor, the Chief of the Calusas tribe
      > had several caches
      > of gold, silver and jewels they would use to trade
      > with the Spaniards
      > until the Spaniards wipe them out.
      >
      > 5 miles E of Pompano under 65 feet of water a
      > unidentified wreck
      > with $5 million sank just prior to WWII
      >
      > In the 1920's Thompson buried a fortune near his
      > home in Tampa
      >
      > Many Pirates buried tons of treasure on Amelia
      > Island.
      >
      > Coopers Point, South of Tampa was a pirates
      > hangout and there are
      > numerous treasure symbols on the rocks and trees
      >
      > There's at least the first part of this. I'll be
      > able to do more
      > states when I have more time.
      >
      > I will also add some more names for Floyd to
      > signup, probably this
      > weekend.
      >
      > Tom
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >


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    • rascally001 <rascally001@yahoo.com>
      Hangman, Very fascinating! Your articles are very in-depth and colorful. They are definitely eye catching and intense. I greatly enjoyed reading them. Tom
      Message 2 of 3 , Jan 28, 2003
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        Hangman,

        Very fascinating! Your articles are very in-depth and colorful.
        They are definitely eye catching and intense. I greatly enjoyed
        reading them.

        Tom



        --- In alltreasuretalesusa@yahoogroups.com, The Hangman
        <eldoradohangman@y...> wrote:
        > Tom, Thank you your stories were great, and its nice
        > to see other being active on this site. Have you
        > looked over the articles I recently posted? Hope you
        > and everyone enjoys them. If you haven't go to the
        > home page for All Treasure Tales USA, click on FILES,
        > then click on whatever stories you'd like to read. I
        > plan to rotate articles monthly. Let me know what you
        > think... I'm interested in your feed back! Thanks for
        > the post.
        >
        > Best Wishes & Happy Hunting
        > The Hangman
        > --- "rascally001 <rascally001@y...>"
        > <rascally001@y...> wrote:
        > > This is from the books "Buried treasure of the U.
        > > S." by Robert Marx
        > > And "America's Lost Treasure" by Michael Paul Henson
        > >
        > > Alabama - Dec 1864 Town of Newton in Dale County
        > > sent 3 men to bury a
        > > strongbox of the town's savings before an attack by
        > > Col. Joseph
        > > Sanders. After the attack those 3 men died. A plaque
        > > and court
        > > records testify to the fact.
        > >
        > > $30,000 in gold was dropped into the Tambigbee
        > > River South of
        > > Myrtlewood in Marengo County by at tax collector in
        > > 1860 when he was
        > > being attacked by bandits.
        > >
        > > 3 wagon loads of gold and silver coins were buried
        > > at Tallahassee
        > > near a fenceline.
        > >
        > > $900,000 in gold coins and bars is buried in the
        > > area of Birmingham
        > >
        > > Arkansas - Boone County - Near Coweta Falls is a
        > > cave under a large
        > > rock bluff. Indians buried a large pot of gold near
        > > the bluff.
        > > Boone County - 4 or 5 Indians transporting a large
        > > amt of gold and
        > > silver buried their treasure along Bee creek in the
        > > northern part of
        > > Boone County
        > >
        > > 20 miles east of Morrilton Arkansas Edgar Mason
        > > was said to bury
        > > gold and silver coins
        > >
        > > Near Kelso in Desha County is the "Spanish
        > > Galleons", supposedly
        > > consisting of $45,000,000 in gold bars
        > >
        > > Connecticut - Capt Kidd allegedly buried treasure on
        > > Pilot and Goose
        > > islands also around Hartford buried treasure near a
        > > hillside by the
        > > towns of Naubuc and Weatherford
        > >
        > > Thaddeus Birke, a jeweler, carried 2 leather
        > > covered hardwood
        > > trunks filled with exotic jewels rode a train that
        > > plunged into the
        > > Norwalk River about 300 yds from the South Norwalk
        > > Depot May 6 1853
        > >
        > > Pirate treasure is buried on Fisher Island off
        > > Mystic
        > >
        > > Close by Lake Saltonstall, East Haven, Jules
        > > Bourgay buried $40,000
        > > to $50,000 in 1858 by a cave he lived in.
        > >
        > > Florida - "billy Bowlegs" Rogers, a pirate, buried a
        > > fortune on an
        > > Island and the mainland in Choctawhatchee Bay in
        > > 1838.
        > >
        > > Charlotte Harbor, the Chief of the Calusas tribe
        > > had several caches
        > > of gold, silver and jewels they would use to trade
        > > with the Spaniards
        > > until the Spaniards wipe them out.
        > >
        > > 5 miles E of Pompano under 65 feet of water a
        > > unidentified wreck
        > > with $5 million sank just prior to WWII
        > >
        > > In the 1920's Thompson buried a fortune near his
        > > home in Tampa
        > >
        > > Many Pirates buried tons of treasure on Amelia
        > > Island.
        > >
        > > Coopers Point, South of Tampa was a pirates
        > > hangout and there are
        > > numerous treasure symbols on the rocks and trees
        > >
        > > There's at least the first part of this. I'll be
        > > able to do more
        > > states when I have more time.
        > >
        > > I will also add some more names for Floyd to
        > > signup, probably this
        > > weekend.
        > >
        > > Tom
        > >
        > >
        > >
        > >
        > >
        >
        >
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