Forrest Fenn says his treasure was present in Wyoming

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Forrest Fenn through APThis undated picture offered by Forrest Fenn exhibits an estimated $2 million {dollars} of gold jewellery and different artifacts that Fenn hid a decade in the past for treasures hunters to search out.
SANTA FE, N.M. — Famed artwork and antiquities collector Forrest Fenn says the person who discovered his hidden treasure final month positioned it in Wyoming.
The 89-year-old Fenn stuffed a bronze chest with gold, jewels and different valuables price an estimated $2 million and hid it a decade in the past someplace within the Rocky Mountain wilderness.
A person who didn’t need his identify launched discovered the chest and Fenn says he promised the finder that he wouldn’t reveal who discovered it or the place.
However Fenn now says “the finder understood how necessary some closure is for a lot of searchers,” so he agreed to disclose the treasure was present in Wyoming., in keeping with the Santa Fe New Mexican.
Fenn, a Santa Fe resident, had posted clues to the treasure’s whereabouts on-line and in a 24-line poem that was printed in his 2010 autobiography “The Thrill of the Chase.”
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A whole lot of hundreds hunted in useless throughout distant corners of the U.S. West for the treasure. Many give up their jobs to dedicate themselves to the search and others depleted their life financial savings. No less than 4 individuals died looking for it.

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