How to Find the Forrest Fenn Treasure in 1,000 Years

Join Shelley Carney and Toby Younis as they discuss how to find the treasure that Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains North of Santa Fe in 1,000 years. Or, 10 years.



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3 thoughts on “How to Find the Forrest Fenn Treasure in 1,000 Years

  1. Toby,
    You mentioned Mr. Fenn’s autobiography. I’m paraphrasing, but the conversation mentioned the autobiography Mr. Fenn has confirmed is sealed in the olive jar and placed inside the TC. You referenced it as original, copyrighted, and possibly might even contain valuable information. Most would agree with that logical assessment. Also, most everyone agrees, there are at least a handful of said autobiography or some version of it in some of the bronze jars. Again, Mr. Fenn has confirmed.

    So where am I going? I still believe the autobiography will quickly rise in value when found and if a person is willing to take it auction. If that premise is correct, then the chase never ends because those handful of bronze jars which also contain said autobiography just jump in value.

    So for me and many, it will only ever be The Thrill Of The Chase but for a handful of fortunate searchers they will also receive a nice down payment on happiness and for Mr. Fenn the chase goes on “Dancing with the Millennium”. Well I think that’s brilliant Mr. Fenn!!! I dream about being that smart. Thoughts??

    • We are on the same page. Perhaps the bio in the olive jar contains hints or clues to the location of the bronze jars?

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      • Toby,
        That’s a mind blowing thought. Now the person who holds Indulgence has the map to the remaining autobiographies. That little olive jar is going up in value faster than our national debt. J.O.

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