Warren Getler and Bob Brewer Message Board

Kelli posts on 1/12/2011 4:49:28 AM I have alot of info in regards to the families. I am a relative of Bob's, and I have ancestors that were KGC, including a Confederate Army Brigadier General. My great great grandmother was a James. We are also related to the following families: Hatfield, Hart, Hines, Parker, Jones, Weaver, Lincoln, Booth as well as Jacob Thompson who married Rachel Davis and many others. Bob, I'm in your corner, keep up the good work.
Gene Fort posts on 1/10/2011 2:40:38 PM Bob , my great grandfather was born and raised on Magazine Mountain, Arkansas and believed until the day he died that there was gold buried in the mountain. After his move to Texas, he returned to search for the treasure with notes from his father who died in 1912. An ancestor, Col. Isaac Titsworth whose grave was moved from Short Mountain to Magazine Mountain seemed to be part of notes. I have searched for old notes and letters for 30 years, still looking.
picklez posts on 1/9/2011 4:27:36 AM Hi bob i was watching the decoded addition of you and i was thinking that maybe you are using your template as to small of a tool like maybe drop it on a map of the whole area of where the gold had traveled and maybe that will specify smaller locations of where some gold was hidding and then use the tamplate on that area to find it

L. Harris posts on 1/8/2011 10:57:52 PM My son unknowingly married into what we believe is a kgc family. His nine year old son has seen small wooden barrels of gold and silver coins and jewelry in an underground hiding place. We believe a relative is the sentinel, and the hiding place is heavily guarded. These people are dangerous.
Rocky Frisco posts on 1/2/2011 3:34:13 PM Interesting to see Levon mentioned here. I first met him when he was playing with Ronnie Hawkins next door to the Edison Hotel, where I was playing. Years later we (the JJ Cale Band) played Carnegie Hall on a double bill with The Band. If I run into Levon again, I'll ask him about the KGC.
Pebble posts on 1/2/2011 2:27:31 PM I would like to know the measuring scale used on the grid used by the KGC. The one posted on page 231 in Rebel Gold. Thanks,
Gary Gunter posts on 1/1/2011 4:30:55 PM I find it ironic that Bob Brewer and Levon Helm (The Band), came from towns just a few miles apart. Wonder if Bob ever considered that Levon might be KGC? The song "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" could be loaded with KGC clues. "Virgil Caine is THE (not my) name and I served on the Danville Train". What is the significance of "Like my father before me, I will work the land And like my brother above me, who took a rebel stand. He was just eighteen, proud and brave, but a Yankee laid him in his grave. I swear by the mud below my feet You can't raise a Caine back up when he's in defeat"? Could this be a clue. Cain's brother was Abel. Could the KGC gold be in a grave marked "Abel Caine" or some other play on the names?
Rocky Frisco posts on 1/25/2010 1:38:01 PM My father was a treasure hunter and I got the bug from him. I'm reading Shadow of the Sentinel and really enjoying it. I'm a piano player and used a really good White's detector while on the road with bands for many years. I'm 72 now and semi-retired. If you want a skilled detectorist with a good machine to help with your hunting, look me up. A web search for "Rocky Frisco" will get you my contact information.
Slumach posts on 10/22/2009 4:42:02 AM If you have a KGC site let me know. I maybe able to help. Get back to me. Spindlequest (google)
reggie smith posts on 6/14/2009 5:55:11 PM I have the treasure sight for you near Jay, Ok. I hope this is on your land. Reggie
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