The Thrill of the Chase

Author: Forrest Fenn
Publisher: One Horse Land & Cattle Limited Company
ISBN: 9780967091785
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This book is the remarkable true story of Forrest Fenn's life and of a hidden treasure, secreted somewhere in the mountains north of Santa Fe. The book contains clues to the treasure's location as Forrest Fenn invites readers to join in The Thrill of the Chase.

The Thrill of the Chase a Treasure Hunt

Author: Rob Johnson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781545370124
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Over $1 million worth of gold, jewels, and jade is hiding in the Rocky Mountains. Close to one hundred thousand searchers are looking for Forrest Fenn's treasure, but they are all at an extreme disadvantage-they don't have this guide! When Forrest Fenn, an eighty-year-old millionaire, first announced that he had hidden his fortune in the Rocky Mountains, author Rob Johnson became obsessed with finding the treasure site. Ever since Fenn's proclamation in 2010, hundreds of thousands of treasure hunters have joined the search. Johnson focused on the riddles and clues that could give away the treasure's location. Unable to continue searching for the treasure on his own, he is now publishing his research for the benefit of anyone as passionate about Fenn's fortune as he is. Johnson's guide includes the following: An analysis of Fenn's memoir, The Thrill of the Chase, the first and best clue to the trove's whereabouts Stories from his own experiences with the hunt Solutions and hints to Fenn's most famous riddles Multiple treasures exist Context about Fenn's life and areas of expertise Other advice about starting your own treasure hunt With Johnson's help, you could be the one to finally put the clues together and solve Fenn's mystery!

A Treasure More Than Gold How I Found the Solution to Forrest Fenn s Poem

Author: Ritt Jordan
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781478753742
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We all need a dream and a challenge to enlighten our lives when the monotony of everyday life reaches up and bites us in the behind. When the mind is not active in an activity that is exciting and new it becomes stagnant and weakened resulting in a lackluster effort in the undertakings we do. Think about your first experience in everything exciting you have done, i.e., learning to ride a bike, learning to drive, first date, kiss, fishing, camping, etc...you get the picture. Your mind is most alert when confronted with an exciting and challenging activity, even reading and learning about new things awakens the mind. Treasure hunting is one of those activities that can provide this excitement. One of the most recent and popular treasure hunts is that of Forrest Fenn's million dollar treasure, the one that he mentions in his book, "The Thrill of the Chase," A Memoir. His book has given me and thousands of others an incredible challenge and has delivered much excitement and the opportunity to find his treasure. Solve the nine clues in his poem and go right to his hidden treasure and it's yours to keep, according to Mr. Fenn. The solution I found and explain in this book is only one possible solution, I challenge you to come up with a better one.

Once Upon a While

Author: Forrest Fenn
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780692950555
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A collection of the author's favorite memories, stories and comments.

Toward Solving Forrest Fenn s Hidden Treasure Clues

Author: Marvin Brooks
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780692711781
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This book is an account of the author's research into five famous treasure stories, but features his attempt to find important keys, and solutions to Forrest Fenn's hidden treasure, said to be worth about 3 million dollars. Has he succeeded? The author believes he may have, at least in part. This is a "must read" for any Fenn treasure seeker.

Too Far to Walk

Author: Forrest Fenn
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780967091792
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"Forrest has spent most of his life saving things, especially photographs. That's why it's been easy for him to illustrate this book. He apologizes for showing so many pictures of himself and justifies it by describing this volume as his scrapbook of memories. He has tested the extremes in his personal life, in business, and in combat, where he learned that some of the edges were closer than he thought. Those stories are collected here. He describes his mistakes as being ample, but whispers that none have weakened his ardor for the chase."--Jacket flap.

Thrill of the Chase

Author: Christina Crooks
Publisher: Christina Crooks
ISBN:
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Sarah's a whiz at tuning engines and winning races. Winning Craig, the local drag race hero, proves more difficult. He only has eyes for gorgeous women who are hot in the sack, not grubby tomboys. Sarah’s world gets an overhaul when her father hires Gordon. Soon she’s torn not only between two men she wants, but between the drag race winner she is and the woman she feels pressured to become. Reviews Sarah Matell isn't a run-of-the-mill romance heroine. She works as a technician in her father's California automotive speed shop, dresses and acts like a guy, and lives for drag racing. Anything female, from makeup to chick flicks, is an anathema to her. Sarah's one concession is her years-long crush on a fellow race-car driver, Craig Keller. Although they are only good friends, she fantasizes that one day she'll outrace him and he'll magically look at her as the love of his life. Meanwhile, Sarah is the apple of her father's eye, but things change when he hires Gordon Devine. Gordon has big plans, and he and Sarah do not get along. Despite the friction, Gordon asks Sarah to drive a prototype he's developed. She'll do anything to win, and soon everything begins to spiral out of control. Impulsive and spoiled, Sarah is both enjoyable and annoying, and readers will sympathize with Gordon in this atypical, up-to-the-minute contemporary romance. -- Maria Hatton -- Booklist Review, October 1, 2007 "When I got to the end of Thrill of the Chase, I wanted more. I wasn't ready to let go of Sarah and her world." - The Book Vixen "There is some great racing action and great character-development on the part of the three main characters. It was really a joy to watch develop." - Crystal, My Reading Room "Thrill of the Chase is a high octane ride that will throw you for a loop." - J. Thomas, The Long and the Short Of It Reviews "Let me tell you now that the fun is in the Thrill of the Chase." - Lil, Love Romances and More

Lost Treasures of American History

Author: W. C. Jameson
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing
ISBN: 1589796322
Format: PDF
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With his storyteller's gift, Jameson relates episodes from early explorers through the colonial period, the Civil War, the settling of the West, and the roaring 1920s. As a professional treasure hunter, he has followed the trails of many of the lost mines and buried treasures he describes. Sample treasures include Sir Francis Drake Treasure, Benedict Arnold Treasure, Lafayette's Sunken Riches, Maryland's Lost Silver Mine, The Wandering Confederate Treasury, Lost Treasure of the Gray Ghost, Oklahoma Outlaw Cache, and Lost Spanish Gold in the Sandia Mountains.

Leon Gaspard

Author: Forrest Fenn
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ISBN: 9780991479214
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Leon Shulman Gaspard (1882-1964) was an interesting addition to the New Mexico arts scene when he arrived in 1918. A Russian-born, French-trained veteran of the airborne campaigns of the Great War, he arrived physically diminished from a horrific plane crash that had put him in a French hospital for two years. Seeking a more hospitable climate, he arrived in Taos to find a vibrant arts community and an exotic blend of native, western, and Hispanic cultures. Having traveled widely throughout Russia, China, Mongolia, Tibet, Morocco, and Northern Africa as a fur trader, painter, army pilot and spy, Gaspard had a love of exotic cultures and a desire to document them artistically. Taos allowed him just such an opportunity, and he set out to paint the Native Americans in much the same way he had painted the native peoples of North Africa and Asia while in Paris. A pariah of sorts when he first arrived, Gaspard was saved socially when Herbert Dunton, one of the founding members of the Taos Society of Artists, took a liking to him and began to bring him around to meet his colleagues. A kindly and gregarious man, Gaspard eventually became accepted and well liked, and one of the most important of the many distinguished artists that made Taos their home in the early part of the twentieth century.