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Friday Fun in Atlanta: $200K in Free Buried Treasure

August 16, 2013 by  




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Sadly, a 60-year-old gentleman committed on August 15 in front of the Overland Park, Kansas police station. But he added an interesting twist….   He put up a website attempting to explain his decision.   It’s no doubt an interesting read but one part of the website is certainly  overshadowing the rest. He put out for all the world to see the location of his buried treasure. That’s right. Martin Manley left the GPS coordinates to his wealth.

 

I had no financial problems. I sold my house which was completely paid for in 1998. The same year I bought $30,000 in 1/10 ounce gold coins and pre 1965 silver coins. Gold was $300/ounce when I bought it and silver was $4/ounce. Gold went up to $1,700 and Silver to $44 making my stash worth over $200,000.

 

38.800542, -94.687884

That bit of info has now brought citizens and police to a forest in Kansas City in search of Curly’s Manley’s gold.


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