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    • I once had access to the LAFD air guys, me and a couple of pilots were looking at a spot where we thought the Spanish had hid some cases of rifles in a cave based off an old diary entry where a ranch hand had took shelter in the one of hundreds of caves around there from a nasty rain storm that caught him out with the cattle. He explored it and found cases of brand new looking Spanish rifles. Next morning, the cows were scattered and he took off after them. Later, he could never find that cave again. Spent his entire life looking according to the diary and his grandson who was now looking for it. He believed the Spanish stashed the stuff there for easy access if needed since it was near one of the many Spanish Trails used to move between mission in California. As weather changed they used different routes for travel. This means if they hid stuff in one cave off of one trail, they probably hid stuff near other trails as well. Probably other stuff too...look into the story of the monk San Fransiquito...The buried mine has never been found. So, these pilots and I thought we had it narrowed down to a single hill. They were willing to take and drop me and one of the pilots off on the hill to look for it. This would get us past the 8' high-thick as mud-brush. We'd get picked up at the end of the day. They'd log it as a training mission. Never happened though. I got transferred to another job and even though we kept in contact, the one pilot was forced into retirement because of age and the other died of injuries they related to a crash he had years earlier. [Shrug] Far as I know, treasure is still out there. Due to state and federal regs, if I ever did find such a thing, I'd sneak it out, bury it on my land for a few years then film myself finding and digging it up. Would have to pay taxes but at least I'd be able to keep it.
    • Yeah, good ol' Uncle Sam always was a greedy Bastard. Sell a million pounds of cocaine and the IRS just wants the tax revenue. They could care less otherwise. However, they can't be trusted not to...notify other agencies so that they can get their cut too...CIA needs their share of that coke to sell and help fund their Black Projects. SMHID. Too many laws apply to the sheeple and not the gov't.
    • https://wspa.invisionzone.com/forum/3-western-states-prospecting-association-inc/
    • thanks, but whats the WSPA?   Richard
    • "A very large amount of cash"??? It was the IRS that put Al Capone in prison. 
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