A new treasure hunt game with prizes arrives each month! (March's Newsletter expected release on the 29th. It will include new hunt and complete answer to previous hunt)
CONGRATS to SPALLIES
Spallies was the winner of Mystery Letters- The treasure hunt game in last month's newsletterAnswer was:Mary Queen of Scots Cipher
The following poem is found in the book The Thrill of the Chase by Forrest Fenn. It is said to contain nine clues, and upon complete understanding, will lead a person to a bronze treasure chest filled with over a million dollars worth of treasure. This chest of riches has been placed ‘somewhere in the Rocky mountains north of Santa Fe, New Mexico’ for anyone to find!
Why is the letter L like a priceless gem?(Because it is- in valuable)
Armchair treasure hunts are a great way to work the mind, have exciting adventures, and [Read more]
Since our first adventure to a nearby Ghost Town, we’ve been able to go back a couple more times to this place. As mentioned in the first part of these accounts, we are exploring, and metal detecting, a location which has been lost to time. After the business from the lumber and ice industry ceased to operate, the towns which grew around these industries moved on.
Hidden somewhere on Mount Desert Island, Maine, a treasure worth over $10,000 waits to be rewarded to a person who solves the master riddle of Fandango. The treasure hunt was first introduced to the public on June 29th, 2007. After more than eight years, no one is known to have solved the riddle and found the lost key involved in the hunt.
The story of the lost treasure of Beale was revealed to the public in 1885 by way of a small pamphlet. This booklet described events leading up to the burying of gold, silver, and jewels around the 1820’s, and included circumstances for why it remained undiscovered at the time of the story’s printing. (more details on this here: