By Bill Shaw
AN EASY-TO-FOLLOWBLUEPRINT FOR BUILDING YOUR OWN GOLD HOARD
Finding buried treasure... For many folks, it’s nothing more than a fantasy. The idea conjures up visions of pirates, wooden chests brimming with coins on a deserted tropical island, and an “X” to mark the spot. But most of us never
That all changed during one jaunt in February 2013...
First, Mary noticed a rusty metal can sticking out of the ground. Then, John used a stick to dislodge it from the hillside. When he bent down to pick it up, it was so
heavy that he thought it was full of hardened lead-based paint. As Mary and John walked back to their home, the lid of the can buckled under the weight. And it revealed something much more valuable than old lead
really expect to discover a hoard of gold – and certainly not while just
strolling through our own backyards. For one California couple, though, that’s exactly what happened... “Mary” and “John” – the pseudonyms they chose to protect
paint... Inside were fistfuls of gold coins .
their privacy – regularly walked their dog through a trail on their property in the Sierra Nevada mountains. They followed the same path almost daily for years, never noticing anything unusual along the way.
And Mary and John’s luck didn’t end there... After returning to the site with some basic gardening tools, they uncovered another can. Although this one had decomposed from the
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