Hidden treasure is not just something you
hear about in those Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Oh no, it’s real alright, and the
good news is, the world is filled with these hidden treasure that have yet to be found,
so take a look at our list of 10 Missing Treasures Never Discovered. Number ten: Treasure at Little Bighorn. When you’ve got too much weight holding
you down, what do you do? You lighten the load, and I aint talkin #2. Cause getting
rid of $375,000 worth of Gold Bars, would probably cause you more stress, than piece
of mind. But in the late 1800’s, captain Grant Marsh, had no other choice, and it is said
that this fortune remains undiscovered till this day. Number Nine: The Forrest Fenn Hidden Treasure. When this man found out that he only had a
few months to live, he decided to bury his most beloved artifacts, leaving only vague
clues to humanity. His possessions are supposedly worth up to $3 million, so you might wanna
call up Indiana Jones, cause till this day – the hunt is still ON. Number eight: Mosby’s Treasure. Confederate Commander Cornel John Singleton
Mosby owned a burlap sack containing $350,000, of gold silver and various family Air looms.
In the middle of civil war, he instructed his men to bury his treasure, after those
men buried it, they ended up dead, and the treasure? well John Singleton Mosby claims
it was never found, so, I guess it’s up for grabs. Number Seven: Treasure in the Mojave Desert. When a ship sunk 100 miles deep inland of
the Pacific Ocean, so did the millions of dollars’ worth of pearls that were also
on board. Too bad you ain’t friends with Aqua Man, cause the guy that finds this box of
captain crunch, is gonna be one lucky fellow. Number Six: The Bedford County Treasure. It is reported that a whopping $63 million
worth of gold and silver, is buried somewhere in the depths of Bedford County Virginia.
It belonged to Thomas Beale, who was supposed to return to open it 10 years after burying
it, but Beale died before then, so the loot is still up for grabs. Number Five: Butch Cassidy’s Treasure. This famous outlaw of the wild west is said
to have buried $20,000 somewhere in the Irish Canyon, it was an effort to avoid it being
taken from him by the law, cause they was after his ass, and they caught um. So, it
remains unfound till this day, so you might want to start hanging around this canyon a
little more often. With shovel and some beer. Number Four: The Treasure of Jean Lafitte. Now this Jack Sparrow looking motherfucker
was rumored to have buried his treasure, somewhere in Lake Bore Knee, in the Gulf of Mexico.
Now, this is a Ginormous area, so to find it would be a miracle. But hey, anything’s
possible, right? Number Three: The Coast of Key West. Legend has it that in 1622, a hurricane hit
off the coast of key west, causing tons of ships to meet their demise – with an estimated
$700 million said to on board. Might not be a bad idea to start taking those snorkeling
lessons. Number Two: John Dillinger’s Buried Treasure. Month’s before this outlaw passed on, he
was rumored to have buried $200,000 in Wisconsin. No one knows where, just that it’s in small
bills inside a suitcase. That’s why whenever you find a lost luggage, your always suppose
to open it before reporting it missing, unless you’re in Afghanistan, then uh, you can just
leave it right there. Number One: The treasure of San Miguel. One of the largest amounts of hidden treasure
known to man, the sum of $2 billion lies somewhere in the depths of the ocean near San Miguel.
One of the seven ships has been found, but the rest are yet to be uncovered. Again, Aqua
Man, where in the shits in Aqua Man when ya need um. Anyhoots, there you have it; our list of 10
Missing Treasures Never Discovered. Have we forgotten any? If you know of any more hidden
treasures, then you prolly shouldn’t tell anybody, or you can mention them in the comments
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