I don’t believe you had a slip of the tongue in your reference to the Lost Kivas of Santa Fe . Very nice word play done on that one. Also for those interested in the whole Kyle Sandau controversy I have compiled the following excerpts taken directly from him a couple years back in reference to his solve. In Kyle’s last YouTube video he stated he was not going to leave a “paper trail” behind with his solve. Well folks I will gladly provide you with what I can only believe is the only paper trail that Kyle may have forgotten about in his solve. In the end maybe this will show others the thought processes of Kyle and how he reached his solve. One last thing to comment on is I am not advocating this to be the solve rather I am posting this so it can be read by others who want to know more on Kyle Sandau.
That's an official screenshot of Fenn's website from May 17th, 2001 from Archive.org and its Wayback Machine, which Fenn long ago had deleted from his origin story, but had no clue such a service existed that kept a record of it all as it has. Forrest has stated that his own family is welcome to look for the treasure, and this Kelly Sparks listed there is his own daughter, so she clearly has known all along exactly what Fenn's rainbow is there, as almost certainly had the rest of his family as well.
Can anyone figure out from reading that now what "where warm waters halt" means? Look at the big picture! It describes the formation of a thunderstorm (warm, moist air rises, then cools, etc.), specifically that thunderstorm from over seven decades ago in Texas that then produced the rain that uncovered the shaft to Fenn's very first, and most prized, arrowhead at 9-years-old starting him on his own life chase.
I have the entirety of the solve long ago figured out, and Forrest knows it, too, but he doesn't like it, and neither does anybody else it appears.
Yes, I'm the guy who Forrest wants to send his lawyers after, merely for 100% solving the chase.
Who here wants to know the full solve, complete with absolutely irrefutable, direct evidence?
A whole slew of folks have long ago been privy to this, as well as my solve more in depth, but they've clearly not shared with the rest of you. Gold fever, cult of personality.
Also, please do consider doing all of yourselves a huge favor and forget entirely about searching in the states of Colorado, Wyoming or Montana (yes, New Mexico, of course, was always obviously the true winner there), because the bronze chest and gold was almost certainly never secreted in any of those three states. In fact, it was almost certainly never hidden "north of Santa Fe", and which is a statement that was never in the poem, which then makes it an absolutely moot and irrelevant point anyhow, and that's really sage advice coming, yet again, directly from Forrest B. Fenn himself, over and over again.
The end of Forrest's rainbow "painted in the west" from his viewpoint there in central Texas at 9-years-old obviously then lands squarely in New Mexico, or else it would have been painted for him out "north" or "northwest", and which it most certainly was not.
The true search states are only three: Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, and which just also happens to be the state where Forrest took it "in the canyon down". Here's the thing though, what you are truly in search of in those three specific states is actually another very obscure book that Forrest had written and privately published in extremely limited quantities, at his own personal request and expense, right alongside his 2010 book 'The Thrill of the Chase' called 'The Lost Kivas of San Lazaro' by his good friend and fellow adventurer and author Ric Hajovsky, and which is an official followup to Fenn's own 2004 book 'The Secrets of San Lazaro Pueblo'. Fenn had this book placed in public and university libraries (less than 35 copies total I believe) via a "grant" throughout just Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, and with one lone copy residing at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
Forrest Fenn has never once publicly acknowledged nor spoken of this important Kiva book, nor of Ric Hajovsky.
Go down to the public library there in Farmington, New Mexico and check out the one lone copy of the Kiva book and take a good read and look see. There are several copies in Santa Fe and Texas, too, but not as many in Arizona.
Do you see the Kiva book showing there in the list in the states of Colorado, Wyoming or Montana? No, you don't, just the truly important states to Forrest and his life, which are Texas (where he grew up, his first arrowhead), Arizona (where he spent his military career, taking it in the canyon down with the jets looking for ruins to explore) and New Mexico (his art gallery, raising his family, the San Lazaro Pueblo ruins, his cancer, his chase), and then that one lone copy residing at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
I very well could be wrong in the end, but show me evidence that I am wrong, anything. Something to disprove what's been presented to you. In fact, let's see one of you show and share some verifiable goodies as I have, or even remotely present a solve yourself with anything that you can tie directly to Fenn or his poem or the chase overall, then tell me your story and what you really think of someone like me whom you don't even know.
I didn't make that rainbow story up, Forrest Fenn did. I didn't ask someone to write a book on my behalf and obscure it, Forrest Fenn did. I didn't start something that has people stalking their innocent family members, Forrest Fenn did, and the list goes on.
I'll tell you what, anyone with the courage to contact me as their true and real selves (it's an honesty and integrity thing I guess), just as I have done myself here, and provides me with an email address, then I'd be happy to provide such information to you.
Forrest Fenn and his perceived wealth and lawyers and sheriffs certainly don't rattle me, and, obviously enough, neither does any of this pettiness shown here so far, and you can mark that, dude.
The reality here in the end, legally speaking, is really between Forrest B. Fenn and myself and/or his estate, and he's already told me that there's no chance that chest and gold are going to show up in probate, so time will tell.
Did you look and notice the seller is out of Santa Fe and I live in Seattle? Also, I gave you people a link full of free copies to go check out at your leisure. This is all below my intelligence level, seriously. (This text was in reference to a lost Kivas book being sold on Amazon) Notice Kyle states he lives in Seattle.
Fenn's lawyers aren't involved, that's just him blowing hot air that he can't back up. There's nobody on camera doing artifacts thefts, certainly not me, and right after the old boy threatened me, yet again, he instead went after some guy in Texas with a restraining order. Forrest will lose going up against me in this, and I'm sure his lawyers let him know it, too. In fact, I gave Fenn my contact info to send on to his lawyers, and a lot of folks in the media saw it, too, and months have passed now and Mr. Public Figure himself there hasn't moved on it at all.