Basically, one American Gold Eagle Coin (1ozGold Value-over $1000) is hidden somewhere in Raleigh NC. Registering for hunt will allow you access to a 'Parchment' which hold clues to solve for exact location of coin.
I still want to get into this one, but I'm pretty much wrapped up in other things right now. My daughter is considering a move to North Carolina and is taking a very short trip there in January to check out Raleigh. She's not into treasure hunts, she's a very down to earth type, but also very flexible. I'm sure she'd want to go with me to check out places if I visit, assuming she moves there.
Hi all. I just registered here so plan to drop in when I can and get involved.
Thanks for posting this hunt Jenny, I've already spent many hours deciphering what I can inbetween researching the Bossall Treasure. I live in the UK so I can't get eyes on the ground, but I'll keep you updated on my progress nonetheless. 👍
Hi all! I live in Raleigh and was pleasantly surprised to find out that this treasure hunt is going on! I've been puzzling over the scroll for the past few days and am trying to figure out the best way to approach it, as it seems like there's a lot going on and I feel like I'm getting too hung up on one or two things and missing the bigger picture. Anyway, if anyone wants to discuss or has questions about Raleigh that someone local can help with, I'm game!
I would throw out that the bars look to be a specific set of streets in down town Raleigh. I tried to view in google maps. I don't know the area so not sure if being a local would help or if that grid is known.
Also, take the PDF and De layer it, you will see the symbol, dinosaur, numbers etc.
The two cowboys are a lift from some standards art, I think it builds a word.
I think the stick men may have something to do with Native American symbols.
I need to find my notes, I can throw out some other stuff. I helped a friend a few months back and gave some thoughts but haven't put much time into it.