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Paul Drahn posts on 10/10/2008 4:47:55 PM If Warren Getler or Bob Brewer ever read this, I would like to get in touch with them. As a bonus in my genealogy search, I am pretty sure I know how and who transported the treasure from South Texas to sites in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri. This began in 1867 and continued at least through 1870 and involves David Rice and the Prather family. Thanks, Paul.
M. Garrison posts on 10/4/2008 4:00:04 PM I would like to talk with other people who feel they have legitimate treasure sites. These can be KGC, Spanish, etc.
Lorell Long posts on 9/11/2008 6:38:13 PM Hi Bob and Warren: Just learned from State Parks website that the KGC came into Tehama County in California just after the Civil War, burned some buildings and raided some areas on the Nomlaki Indian Reservation. My family had a ranch on Reservation land (in Paskenta located on reservation land)during pioneer days; they came West from Missouri in 1854. My ggggrandfather John Raglin was a beaver hunter with the Hudson's Bay Company before coming west and his six sons were miners and cattlemen. There were stories about a cache of Mexican or South American silver found once on the reservation at one time. Also, just found an inscription on Isaac Raglin's and John Jr.'s headstones. Looks like an acronym--"AOJECT." There is a small snake just above the A and another one mid-letter position next to the T. Is this an inscription you may know of from the KGC? Do you know what it might mean? Raglins were southerners of sorts--John Sr. was born in Virginia, the sons born in Missouri and Raglins were in the Confederate army. What do you think? I'm really curious about the inscription. Thanks.



Jay Lemoine posts on 5/14/2008 7:25:18 AM Bob Brewer I have spent the last year and a half researching Oklahoma treasure sites.I live in Jenks,but was born and raised in Pryor,Oklahoma and very familiar with that area.Anyway,I ran across your story in the course of my own study and I find your Oklahoma research to be of great interest.Even though I know very little about the KGC information-two areas I am going to survey this summer may tie in.I wouldn't be at all surprised.Maybe I'll see you in the field. Best of luck to you in your quest. Jay Lemoine
Irv VanEnwyck posts on 1/7/2008 11:00:26 PM Bob, my great grandfather was a friend of Frank James & one-time part of the James gang. He also knew Jacob Walz & Miguel Peralta. I know where the mine owned by the Peralta family was (outside but near the Superstitions). I know a story of cached rifles in Arizona. I can shed a bit of light on some unprinted history. If you're interested contact me.
lemuel hall posts on 10/21/2007 9:28:29 PM could you please tell bob brewer to call me about the walnut springs kgc find he should be aware of this find. call 870 642-6306 or cell 352 212-2915 (dequeen arkansas)
tony s posts on 10/1/2007 1:50:44 PM I might be able to help contact me at tiggertimet@yahoo
Columbia Jones posts on 3/29/2007 3:51:41 PM I just finished Shadow of the Sentinel and greatly enjoyed it. I want to recommend a book to you, Bob, which explores treasure secrets and symbolic language of the Knights of the Golden Circle, White Camillia, Million Dollar Gold Certificates, Treasure House, hoards, FDR, KKK, etc. This most unusual book you may ever read is "The Carnivals of Life and Death" by James Shelby Downard (Feral House, 2006), Shelby's autobiographical tale of his childhood and youth as a "cowan" in whom Southern Freemasons in their various guises had a distinct interest in the early part of the 19th century. Hair-raising. The semiotics Shelby tracks are not so much geographic as etched into events.
posts on 8/25/2006 12:03:03 PM i have a site with many kgc type symbols large and small. some carved on trees and rocks, some incorporated into the landscape like a heart that is over 50 ft from bottom tip to tip of V at top of heart..what looks to be a templar in a hood a couple hundred yards tall, a war club 2-300 yards long,, a topographical map with a deer that perfectly matches a deer rock carving close by..the deers eye is another heart, actually a heart shaped pond..what may be a filled in mine..rifle sight beeches, pointer trees, a short peice of what looks like a road in the middle of the woods that goes nowhere, is 100 yards long, and has 4 large boulders planted in the middle of it..buried metal peices that when dug revealed carved rock clues/pointers....i also have a few local histories that never happened and a couple news paper articles from 1902 and 1948 that also never happened concerning the site..each has a cryptic story attached in front of what should be a major story..i also have several records related to occurances in the area by Confederate soldiers that i believe point out certain areas...i would appreciate any help, will be happy to enter into contracts, am not greedy in the least, have been walking over this site several years and know it well...help me out bob..i can be reached at the email address provided to this site....thanks todd
posts on 4/25/2006 7:33:18 PM How can I get in touch with Bob Brewer, I have a copy of a map I would like for him to interpret. What does he charge, can I make a appointment to talk with him? Thank you Sharon
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