Florida Treasure Sites

This is a stone map that the Spanish artists/stone masons designed to use at the site of the Plate Fleet losses of 1715 and 1733. If you look closely in the area to the right of the red arrows on the body of the stone you will see the outline of a Golden Boot. This...

Island of the Best

A second Eden associated with the after life. Located in the western Oceanus. Treasure Stories Florida Treasure SitesIsland of the BestCanadian Treasure StoriesWinnfield Spanish TreasureSilver Ore in Indiana“Little Goss” CaveThe Hartwell Ranch TreasureKegs...

Canadian Treasure Stories

1725 – The French frigate of war “Le Chameau” sailed from Louisburg, a French stronghold on the eastern tip of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, heading for Quebec carrying a valuable treasure of gold and silver as well as a large number of...

Winnfield Spanish Treasure

Winnfield is located in the red clay hills of north-central Louisiana. The area remained unsettled by white men until about 1840. According to a local story obtained from several sources a Spanish treasure of five-mule-loads of gold and silver is hidden in man-made...

Silver Ore in Indiana

Prior to the last Indian War in Indiana, 1810-1812, an uneasy peace existed between the white man and the red man. About 1807 Absolom Fields lived in the vicinity of McBride’s Bluff in what is now Martin County. He was friendly with a band of Indians living near...

“Little Goss” Cave

A cave known locally as “Little Goss” was named for one Hugh Goss, it’s first owner. Little Goss is near Greenville, about three miles off Highway 150 on route 335. The cave has two entrances and three levels. From a lookout point above the lower...

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