Re: original location, camp radziminski
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "warpfactor9_0"
> --- In email@example.com, "Mike"
> <mikem05@> wrote:
> > Hi Larry,
> > Sorry for the slow response. As usual, I'm working out of town
> > week and I didn't think to bring my book with me. When I get
> > Thursday or Friday I'll post the info from the book.book!
> > Looks like BEACHHUNTERMIKE posted some info on this stolen
> > government payroll already.
> > Larry, (and other forum members), if you like reading about
> > history and lost treasure in Oklahoma, you need to get this
> > There are usually several copies for sale on eBay for a fractionof
> > what they cost new.the
> > Anyway as I recall, the camp was relocated twice. As late as
> > 20's or 30's, remnants of the camp remained, and Steve Wilson, inmentions
> > his book mentions some artifacts have been found along with one
> > coin. He only writes a few paragraphs about the camp, and
> > the location being near twin granite peaks. I'll scan the storyconfederacy.
> > of the book, (it's only a few paragraphs) and post it as a file
> > later this weekend. Hope I don't get arrested for copy write
> > infringement.
> > One other book I want to recommend to everybody: SHADOW OF THE
> > SENTINEL: One man's quest to find the lost gold of the
> > There has been buried confederate treasure found in Oklahoma!
> > serious treasure hunter needs to read this book. Lots of folksauthor)
> > walked right by some of this buried treasure and never knew it
> > because they didn't know what to look for. Bob Brewer (co-
> > spent years deciphering coded symbols found on large rocks allover
> > the South to find some of this treasure. For years after theCivil
> > War, sentinels guarded over some of this buried treasure, waitingproblem
> > for the right time when the South would rise again. Bob's
> > was that he placed too much trust in the folks that would contactwas
> > him for help. The person that that screwed him over the worst
> > school teacher from SE Oklahoma!
> > Later .
> > Mike
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Larry"
> > <lkillebrew1@> wrote:
> > >
> > > I have heard of the book, havent looked at it... I am
> > in youforward
> > > posting more info. $40K in lost govt payroll? I was just
> > interested in
> > > relic hunting... but I might lower my standards and go Treasure
> > > Hunting. [grin] thanks for keeping it a secret... looking
> > tovague
> > > your post.
> > > thanks
> > > Larry
> > >
> > > > Are you familiar with Steve Wilson's book: OKLAHOMA TREASURES
> > AND
> > > > TREASURE TALES? There is a story about the camp(s) and a
> > > > description about the location(s). Yes, the camp has beenelse
> > found.
> > > > Will post more info if you would like. I wont tell anyone
> > aboutThanks for the update, Jeff. I wonder what Bob is doing now? At one
> > > > the 40 thousand dollars in lost government payroll that is
> > suppose to
> > > > be hidden near there.
> > > >
> > > > Later.....
> > > >
> > > > Mike
> > > >
> > >
> Mike, the book that Bob Brewer co-authored has come out again under
> another name as well. For info purposes, it's called "Rebel Gold"
> Best of luck...
time he was making the rounds; speaking about his experiences in
tracking down some of this buried Rebel loot. Coincidentally, today,
January 19th, is THE General's birthday: Robert E. Lee. Paul
Greenberg, a well-known columnist from Arkansas, has a nice piece in
today's OP-ED section of the city paper. In his column titled, [An
evening with General Lee], THE General is described as: "dignity,
grace and courtesy personified without a touch of surliness". Well-
stated Mr. Greenberg! Join me in raising a glass to THE General.