Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt


in 2010 Forrest Fenn released a poem that if decoded would lead to over a million dollars in treasure that he had hidden in the woods. More than 300,000 people set out in search of the treasure but not all of them would return 
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The Man Who Found Forrest Fenn’s Treasure


  1. @gregwindell7702 on February 15, 2024 at 8:30 am

    Mail the bracelet rusty pair of scissors to Fenn signifying that the treasure chest was recovered no return address no words exchanged you have a right to remain silent absolutely tell no one that you found Fenns treasure chest go in peace

  2. @michaelp2989 on February 15, 2024 at 8:45 am

    Once upon a while people do go crazy… Some people have lost their minds before the treasure hunt ended, and others lost their minds after the hunt had ended. Some hunted for greed, and others hunted for the treasure because they fell in love with the ambience of the playing field. We believed in the people that made videos and blogs, and there was a sense of decency about them. Unfortunately, some that have lost their minds have also lost their decency along the way somewhere. But in the back of my mind, I wonder if what you said at 35:32 holds any truth. I hope not.

  3. @joshjordan4538 on February 15, 2024 at 8:47 am

    All channels like this do is reinforce the concept of Forrest Fenn being a ret*rd (by repeating the same generic bs over and over.) How does it feel to be a generic part of society?

  4. @gregwindell7702 on February 15, 2024 at 8:49 am

    So why is it that I must go

    The department of the interior native Americans antiquities act redundancy a marvel gaze people are dead

    Where warm waters halt browns canyon warm springs you can only dip your toe in it

    Hecla junction waters high heavy loads of rafts fishermen and people you have a right to remain silent absolutely tell no one not even forrestfenn

  5. @5-leafblaze on February 15, 2024 at 9:07 am

    The Medium article is fake, written by Forrest. Forrest didn’t hide anything outside. He then faked a find and then had people make a mock box, which he signed off provenance for, and has these people propagandizing for him to this day. He faked a finder in order to appear this was all real after people died.
    All this community needs to see is the solve. Unless the goal is to try to reach the outside and go around us- but that’s not going to happen. The poem was solved via cryptogram, some call it a cipher, and it’s widely known throughout this community, yet, in hopes of their own slamdunks, they bury the cryptogram.
    The Jack Stuef site was created by Fenn in 2010 as a placeholder, a plan B. Jack’s story is based on a real Solver. This person with the cryptogram :):) and that’s 5-Leaf Blaze. We can presume Fenn didn’t like the name 5-Leaf Blaze. My cryptogram has been verified by Ai and Jack has been debunked by Ai, but people can can try…. They can try to deny Ai 🤩🤣

  6. @gregwindell7702 on February 15, 2024 at 9:19 am

    As I have gone alone in there railroad gulch valley Colorado the secrets I already know no one goes in there no human trails not for the meek do not tell the world

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