5 Lost Hidden Treasures in the Great Smoky Mountains – Gold Mines, Silver & Gold Coins

5 Lost Hidden Treasures in the Great Smoky Mountains – Gold Mines, Silver & Gold Coins

If you’ve ever been curious if there is Gold in the Smoky Mountains, or for that matter, any sort of hidden treasure from long ago left unfound, we cover 5 stories that might just have you eager to learn more.

From lost gold and silver mines, buried gold and silver coins, and outlaw bandits who looted the money and ran…learn the interesting backstories to 5 unique accounts of lost treasure found in and around the Great Smoky Mountains, and the persons and places intertwined with their tales.

Are they fact or only a myth? We’re not entirely sure but each account has its own mysterious appeal and we can’t help but wonder about, as many others have too, is there lost treasure in the Great Smoky Mountains and the nearby surrounding areas, waiting for someone to stumble upon it?

If you’re someone who likes gem mining in Gatlinburg Tennessee or Pigeon Forge, or for that matter anywhere in the Smoky Mountains, then at some point you probably have wondered if there was more out there than just the colorful gems you discover mining at your local water-powered sluice.

Tune in and learn if there is truly “Gold in them, ther’ mountains.”…or is it just ole’ folklore?

5 Lost Hidden Treasures in the Great Smoky Mountains – Gold Mines, Silver & Gold Coins

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6 Comments

  1. Jack Cunningham on August 8, 2022 at 5:49 pm

    Half these are in west TN. The delozier silver mine is next to me. I hunt most weekends for it. Haha. With my XP metal detector. Backpack in around 10-15 miles. Iโ€™ve been gridding areas

  2. Eastern Tales From Appalachia on August 8, 2022 at 6:06 pm

    Awesome video! Very professional!

  3. Michael Newell on August 8, 2022 at 6:06 pm

    Great channel. Well-made videos that I really enjoy.

  4. Papa Tom on August 8, 2022 at 6:12 pm

    In 1974, my wife and I were just outside of the Greenbriar entrance to the park. The river had run hard with spring rains and had settled down. Our swimming hole, the FlintRock, was closed off for the day. Divers were in the water, sucking sand from around the large rocks and the FlintRock. They had a mechanical suicebox set up and was processing the material. At the end of the day, the owner of the little white house there, recieved a cloth bag, heavy and reportedly all gold. 20% of what they found for letting them setup on his land..They came back every spring for years. Gold being washed out of the park…There was a old Gatlinburg Detective who told me tales of old Gold camps deep in Greenbrier above where the tourist are allowed to go. Every so often he would have to go retrieve a tourist who got lost… IT IS ILLEGAL TO HUNT FOR GOLD IN THE PARK. Why did Roosevelt add Greenbrier to the National Park…to protect assets.

  5. Dashcam On Board on August 8, 2022 at 6:23 pm

    Very interesting video! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Anonymous on August 8, 2022 at 6:38 pm

    Just subscribed
    Could you do something like this for Georgia

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