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The treasure chest Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains north of Santa Fe, New Mexico containing gold, jewels and ancient artifacts from his personal collection. Then, he challenged you to find it.

DANGER, WILL ROBINSON, DANGER!

As of this writing, four people have died looking for Fenn’s treasure. To make sure you’re not number five, take the advice Fenn has been giving since he started this: “Don’t go where a 79 or 80 year old man, alone, with a 22 pound load, couldn’t go.” If you find yourself rappelling down a cliff face, whitewater rafting, facing off with a grizzly bear or wading a chest-high river at spring runoff – you’re in the wrong place.

Found out about the treasure, eh?

You’re here because you just read an article or saw a television program or a YouTube video about the treasure Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains north of Santa Fe. So, we’re going to save you a treasure chest full of time, effort, frustration and money. Oh, and P.S.: As of this date, the treasure is still out there waiting to be found.

10 Steps to Starting Your Search for the Fenn Treasure.

Before you do anything else related to the treasure, do exactly the following:

  1. Click on the “Fenn Interviews” link above. These are the top 3 Fenn interviews. We recorded 2 of them. Watch them at least 3 times each. Start your “Fenn Treasure Hunt Notebook.” Most important: get to know Forrest Fenn. He has a plan, and you finding the treasure is part of it.
  2. Click on the “Fenn’s Poem” link above. Read the poem at least five times. Read the text version of the poem at least five times. Then watch the playlist of videos we’ve prepared for you. By the way, we’ve added a scan of the “poem page” from my copy of Fenn’s book – with my original notes that set us off on our first recon back in 2013. You can see the photos from that recon here.
  3. Listen to this audio track. It’s an interview with Forrest Fenn conducted by NZ Radio in 2013. About the middle of the interview, Fenn tells us, probably in a slip, that the first clue is “Begin it where warm waters halt.” Don’t ignore him, and don’t let anybody try to talk you out of believing it. Make more notes.
  4. Get comfortable with tarryscant.com – they’ve collected all of Fenn’s words in a searchable database. Just for the fun of it, search for the phrase “little girl in india.” You’ll learn something new about the treasure hunt if you do.
  5. Subscribe to our blog; this one: agypsyskiss.com We update it several times a week with articles, interviews, commentary and videos.
  6. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: agypsyskiss.tv We add several videos a week to our portfolio of nearly 250 related exclusively to Fenn and the Fenn treasure.
  7. Watch this video, then put together your thoughts on the first two clues. Fenn says you can figure them out at your computer. Avoid the Fenn-related forums – they are a complete waste of time – unless, of course, you’re objective is to waste time. Instead, check out the YouTubers with Fenn-related channels. Subscribe to them, and wait for them to go live. Then you can present your ideas in the live chat. You’ll get answers you may or may not like.
  8. Read this blog post. It tells you exactly what to do when you find the treasure. Notes!
  9. Optional: Buy Fenn’s first memoir, “The Thrill of the Chase.” You can order a copy from the Collected Works Bookstore in Santa Fe for the original price of $35 plus shipping. It contains the poem, and stories about his life. You can read it in a day if you had to.
  10. Plan and go out on your first recon. You will discover at least two things:
    a. your solution was crazy wrong, and
    b. the problem is much bigger than you imagined.

No worries. It happens to everybody. Oh, and – take pictures! Send them to us! We share them with the community on our YouTube channel. agypsyskiss@gmail.com

You are now, officially, one of the 350,000 (by Fenn’s estimate) members of the “I don’t know where the hell it is either!” Fenn Treasure Hunters Club. And, if another searcher tells you they know where it is – they’re lying. No one but Fenn knows where it is.

But, don’t be discouraged. Sooner or later, someone is going to find it, and it might as well be you!

Good luck,

Shelley Carney and Toby Younis


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“The Day Forrest Fenn Hid His Treasure,” by Toby Younis

Join Shelley Carney and Toby Younis of A Gypsy’s Kiss as they read the story that Toby wrote and Shelley edited entitled, “The Day Forrest Fenn Hid His Treasure in the Mountains North of Santa Fe.”

Fenn Treasure Hunter (Jason Dent) Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKkzv-EDTgqXsWAZPNRynPA

Link to printed copy of the story in today’s vlog: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gTCdZ6sUEmDcQN867pcjUw6IlescWamEgn9b5ZyKQq0/edit?usp=sharing

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New Fenn Treasure Video by “Rated Red” Channel in “Strange Heartland History”

“In 2010, Forrest Fenn took a treasure chest full of million of dollars worth of gold and jewels and hid it somewhere in the Rockies. At least, that’s what he told everyone. On this episode of “Strange Heartland History,” we look at the life of Forrest Fenn, and reach out to him for answers to some of our biggest questions regarding the treasure.”


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This Week’s Lineup, July 17 – July 20, 2018 Follow our Search for Forrest Fenn’s Treasure

Toby Younis of A Gypsy’s Kiss YouTube Channel tells you about their informative production lineup for the coming week. Our mission is to provide the information and inspiration to help you find the treasure Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains North of Santa Fe. Join us!

Jason Dent’s Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKkzv-EDTgqXsWAZPNRynPA

Shelley’s Interviews Tomas Leach: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lrh6-IFUMvA

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Forrest Fenn Treasure Hunter Massimo Santini. IAAY #04. 2018 07 12

A Gypsy’s Kiss’ Toby Younis interviews Forrest Fenn Treasure Hunter, Massimo Santini of Verona, Italy. – Episode #04 in AGK’s “It’s All About You” series of interviews.

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Forrest Fenn Book Club – TTOTC – Chapter 17 “My War for Me” – Part 4 of 7

Join Shelley Carney and Toby Younis of A Gypsy’s Kiss as they discuss the third of seven sections in Chapter 17 (My War for Me) in Forrest Fenn’s first memoir, “The Thrill of the Chase.”

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AGK Panel: How far is to far to travel, with Michael Houle

Join guest Michael Houle, panelists Jason Dent, Rodney Greenway, and Cynthia Meachum; Producer Shelly Carney, and Moderator Toby Younis as they discuss how far is too far to travel to recover the treasure Forrest Fenn hid in somewhere in the mountains north of Santa Fe.

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Why We Won’t Look for Forrest Fenn’s Treasure in Yellowstone – Part 3

Join Shelley Carney and Toby Younis of A Gypsy’s Kiss as they use the data in Forrest Fenn’s first memoir, “The Thrill of the Chase,” to explain why they think the treasure is not hidden in or around Yellowstone National Park.

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“The Thrill of the Chase” is Not About Yellowstone

The Letter That Started It

About a week ago, we received an email from a searcher who, apparently, is also a viewer of our channel. I told him that I was going to cover the topic on our next vlog, and asked his permission to use his letter, anonymously, to start the program. I also asked his permission to use his letter in, as it turns out, this blog post. As you can see in his letter, his basic premise is that Fenn’s first memoir, “The Thrill of the Chase,” indicates, to this searcher, that the treasure is hidden in Yellowstone National Park.

Dear Toby and Shelley,

I love your guys work. Thank you for all your hard work. But, I don’t think your rite with your idea that the treasure is in New Mex. I belief that the treasure is hid in Yellowstone. He said so in his book where he talks about the time he spent there as a kid. It’s what he talks about the most. Just read it. That is why I belief my theory is correct that it is in Yellowstone. Lets see if you can provide that I am wrong. Good luck searching in New Mex, but I have emailed Mr. Forrest and told him about my solve and I’m going to get it this summer as soon as I can get some vacation.

A faithful subscriber,

How We Feel About It

We have often said we have no interest in searching Yellowstone National Park, for a variety of reasons, all of which are counter-indications to what the searcher above believes. We have no more proof than he, and ultimately the only way for either of us to prove the other wrong, is for one of us to produce the recovered treasure.

On the other hand, we had heard from other searchers prior to this one, that the book (TTOTC) was all about the summers Fenn spent in the Yellowstone National Park area as a youth.

It was Shelley, who spends more time than I do in deep analysis of the book, who said, “No, that’s not right.”

“What’s not right,” I asked.

“That the book is about him in Yellowstone. The numbers don’t support it.”

She then convinced me to perform an actual count of chapters and pages dedicated to each of four locations Fenn writes about in TTOTC: Texas, the Yellowstone Area, Viet Nam, and New Mexico.

Shelley’s right. The numbers don’t support the hypothesis. We’ll discuss it in greater detail in our vlog of July 10, 2018. (You can see that video here.)

In the Meantime…

We’ll leave you with this:

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This Week’s Lineup, July 10 – July 13, 2018 Follow our Search for Forrest Fenn’s Treasure

Toby Younis of A Gypsy’s Kiss YouTube Channel tells you about their informative production lineup for the coming week. Our mission is to provide the information and inspiration to help you find the treasure Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains North of Santa Fe. Join us!

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