I have found an interesting site that maybe some members of the club might be interested in. It is called treasureillustrated.com
A man named H. Charles Beil owns the site, which is mainly dedicated to metal detecting. But he also buries treasures, and makes up "treasure hunts" for people to follow. He currently has ten treasure hunts, and three of those are in Pennsylvania. His newest hunt is called "The Outlaw Cache", and was described on another website. I have copied and pasted that article below, and you can visit his website for information on his other hunts. To view the hunts on his website, you have to join his website, but it is free. He only wants people to join because after he reaches a certain number of members, he can get sponsorship. I am not affiliated with this, I just thought it might be something people might find interesting.
Below is the article:
The Outlaw Cache: Cache 12 of The Buried Treasure Caches of TreasureMan (H. Charles Beil)
BY JENNY KILE · AUGUST 11, 2018
hidden treasure cache
TreasureMan with Cache
Quick Summary of Cache 12:
Historical Topic: David Lewis (1790-1820). An outlaw known to have buried stolen loot.
General Location: Along the Sinnemahoning River, Pennsylvania. (Northern Central PA)
Cache Contents: Hundreds of Coins
Clues Provided: Map, PDF Story, and image of foundation ruins
Interested in looking for hidden treasure? It is out there to find, and more is coming! It was learned from the Six Questions with H. Charles Beil, aka TreasureMan, that he is burying treasure caches across the United States. If you find one of his treasure caches, it is yours to keep.
Inside his various caches you might find raw gemstones, old relics, coins from around the world, silver bars, jewelry, gold, or other unique and valuable items. The Lost Cross Cache consists of a gold cross embedded with 6 emeralds valued at around $3,000 dollars each. Totally cool! His goal is to eventually have a hidden cache in each state.
Clues are provided to help you find the caches via PDF downloads, images, maps, and/or videos on the TreasureIllustrated forum. A person must first register on the forum to gain access to the private section offering links to those items. Once there, you will see the site also offers numerous resources on metal detecting and relic hunting. It’s a great site for those interested in looking for lost treasures.
The Outlaw Cache is the 12th Treasure Cache H. Charles Beil has hid to date. It is said to consist of hundreds of coins. Clues are given in a compelling background story, based on the infamous outlaw, David Lewis. Within the story is also a treasure map to follow! Adventure awaits!
One of the greatest things about looking for a TreasureMan’s cache is the actual history involved in the hunt. The treasures are often hidden in relation to a real life historical lost treasure, legend, or event. Searchers learn about the past while on the search. It’s an excellent way to discover.
In the PDF story for The Outlaw Cache, HCB shares how for the last 10 years he has been researching and journeying into the Pennsylvania mountains, following the paths of David Lewis. This in effort to find the 200 year old caches believed still out there buried by David Lewis. Might you find one, while looking for the TreasureMan’s Outlaw Cache?
You could. HCB hid his cache somewhere along the Sinnemahoning River. Along the same paths Lewis is known to have traveled. Just what treasure is waiting out there for you to find?
Best of luck with all that you seek! Always Treasure the Adventure!
*The Treasure Caches are rated on a scale of 1 to 5 Skulls. 5 being the most difficult.
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