Captain Kidd's 'rediscovered' treasure really just lead.
Pirate William “Captain” Kidd of the late 17 th century is the reason for the many myths that treasure is buried along every nook and cranny on the coastline of New York State and surrounding areas. Kidd began pirating around 1698 attacking ships and gaining enormous amounts of riches. When he got word that he was wanted for pirating, Kidd wanted to protect his treasures and began burying.
In terms of a suitable hiding spot, it's more than likely stowed in a cave similar to Dungeon Rock in Massachusetts, where pirate Tom Veal hid his treasure. Knowing that Edward Teach often docked in the Carolinas, that'd be a logical start for treasure hunters. Ocracoke Island, North Carolina was his most common hang-out spot, but if it hasn't been found there over the last three hundred years.
The Treasure Hunt has been around, Pirate Jim’s getting old, Again, don’t go south of East and West Nobes Road. The medallion was hidden late, late in the night.
The Pirate's Treasure quest journal no longer mentions the Saradomin statue pointing at the X marking the spot. patch 2 November 2015: The pirate gardener has been graphically updated. The clue has been updated to reflect the pose of the updated statue of Saradomin in Falador Park.
The Forrest Fenn treasure has been found The discovery was made after a Colorado avalanche swept the stash onto a roadway. Paige Blankenbuehler April 1, 2019. Like Tweet Email Print Subscribe.
The search for treasure might be over, but the fight sure isn’t. Forrest Fenn, an 89-year-old Santa Fe author and artifacts dealer, said his treasure chest hidden in the Rocky Mountains in 2010.
The wreck of a 19th-century pirate ship believed to contain a hoard of treasure may finally have been found off Tonga, according to officials on the South Pacific island.