Forrest Fenn Treasure / Facebook

In the United States found “treasures Fenno” worth $ 1 million hidden 10 years ago

Forrest Fenn Treasure / Facebook

Unknown treasure-hunter found in the Rocky mountains in the United States the so-called treasures of the Fenno – treasure chest, hidden there by the collector and veteran of the Vietnam war Forrest Fenno. According to “Interfax” reported CBS News citing a statement of the fenna.

7 Jun 89-year-old Fenn reported that he was contacted by a man who does not want to reveal his identity, and announced that he had found a bronze chest with gold coins, jewelry, precious stones and other valuables worth more than $ 1 million.

“I don’t know who this person is, but finding this place helped him a poem from my book,” reads the statement on the website Fenno. In an interview with the newspaper the Santa Fe New Mexican it is reported that unknown treasure hunter “from the East” was confirmed by his discovery of photography treasures.

Find the treasure in the Rocky mountains unknown managed through the poem from his autobiography in 2010, “the Passion of the chase” (The Thrill of the Chase), which was encrypted hint, where to look for the treasure.
About how misty was “tips” Fenno, according to excerpts from the poem-key: “Put them in brown. There is no place for the humble”.

Fenn admitted that he has mixed feelings about the fact that the treasure is finally found: on the one hand, he is joy, on the other hand, sad as the search ultimately ended.

He hid the treasure in the Rocky mountains to encourage people to dive into the world of wildlife and to give them a chance to experience what it’s like to hunt for treasure in an old-fashioned style.

Fenn is a veteran of the Vietnam war, a former art dealer and collector. In 2010, in “the Passion of the chase” he wrote that he hid the treasure chest in the Rocky mountains North of Santa Fe (new Mexico), where he lives. After that, the treasure hunt was attended by hundreds of thousands of people.

At least four people died trying to find the “treasures Fenno”. The last death treasure hunter was recorded in March of this year.