Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of the Big Bend

by Jameson, W.C.


The Big Bend of Texas is at once compelling and mysterious. It has been described as a rich and varied land of history, myth and legend, danger, ghosts, rugged landscapes, aridity, remoteness, spectacular vistas, and wildlife that either bit, stung, or clawed.

The Big Bend has been visited or settled by Indians, Spanish explorers, Mexicans, Anglo ranchers, outlaws of every stripe, and the United States military. Each of these cultures has left a legacy in this fascinating country, and much of it has to do with the wealth associated with lost mines and buried treasures.

The twenty-one tales included in this book are spellbinding accounts of some of the most exciting and mysterious lost treasures to be found in North America. They represent many millions of dollars worth of gold, silver, jewels, coin, and currency that are still searched for today.

W.C. Jameson has been a professional treasure hunter for more than five decades as well as the award-winning author of seventy books. He has served as a consultant for film and television and has appeared on the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, the Travel Channel, National Public Radio, and PBS. He lives in Llano, Texas.

Garlic Press Publishing, 204 pages
Available in softcover


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