As we have written in the past, we expected 4 Fenn-treasure-related articles to hit the streets before the end of summer, 2018. This is the second of those four written by Samuel Gilbert, a Santa Fe resident, for the UK’s “The Guardian” newspaper. Click on the image below to go to the article.
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Enterprise Car Rental Company has launched a new, and very savvy marketing campaign, based on the search for the treasure Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains North of Santa Fe.
First, a very well produced video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6s-GPwNFW4k
Second, a dedicated web page: https://www.enterprise.com/en/inspiration/pursuits/hidden-treasure.html
And, finally, yet another (pretty well written) Fenn Treasure article: https://www.enterprise.com/en/inspiration/pursuits/hidden-treasure/forrest-fenn-treasure.html
We live in great times, ladies and gentlemen, great times.
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Cynthia Meachum will be joining me for a live special event at 5pm MDT on Tuesday to discuss her recent blog posts and conversations she’s had with “Ralph” and Fenn. Join us! You can read Cynthia’s blog article here: http://www.chasingfennstreasure.com/blog/let-s-level-the-playing-field
“The National,” Amtrak Railways Magazine today released an article on the treasure Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains North of Santa Fe.
“Inside the Epic Search for Forrest Fenn’s Gold
Eight years ago, Forrest Fenn hid a treasure chest worth millions somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. Meet the people more determined than ever to find it—or die trying.
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We are very pleased to announce that we’ve added two new pages to our A Gypsy’s Kiss Blog, “AGK Photo Albums,” and “AGK Videos.” You can reach them by clicking on the menu items at the top of this (and any other) page. AGK Photo Albums includes all the photo albums that we’ve published since 2013, and we’ll continue to add new albums as we produce them. They are organized by date, with the most recent albums at the top. AGK Videos is organized the same way, with the most recent videos at the top. The list includes the most recent 40 videos, with a link to our YouTube Channel if you care to see the (at this writing) nearly 150 videos on the Forrest Fenn treasure hunt we’ve produced – with many more to come. We hope you find these pages convenient as you’re conducting your research. Please share them on your social networks.
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