Four Fenn Articles
By our count, we’ll see at least four articles covering the Fenn treasure before the end of the summer. There are two that Fenn mentioned to the community earlier in the year, and at least two from journalists on the ground in Santa Fe over the Fennboree 2018 weekend.
Open source intelligence sources confirm to us that the two Fenn mentioned earlier in the year could come from “Wired” magazine and “The Guardian,” the British newspaper. We expect more information on the “Wired” magazine edition, since the writer is in the Yellowstone area this week. (As searcher Cynthia Meachum, confirmed in an earlier interview on our YouTube channel.) Meachum is also in Yellowstone at this time, and hosted a “Function in the Junction” event for other searchers in the area on the evening of June 23rd. The writer was expected to be in attendance.
Credentialed Journalists at Collected Works Book Signing
There were two credentialed journalists (both with photographers in tow) at Fenn’s book signing on Saturday, June 23, 2018. We spoke to them as well as an un-credentialed freelancer, also at the event. Two of them had already met with Fenn, and were planning to meet with him again on Sunday, the 24th. They also interviewed several of the searchers present. All three were at the Friday evening Fennboree event at The Hyatt Place hotel in Santa Fe.
The credentialed journalists were from “Esquire” magazine and “The Daily Mail Online,” the online outlet of the British newspaper.
More details to follow as they become available.
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Note: KPro posted this response from Fenn on Hint of Riches earlier this afternoon. Fenn was asked what he thought of the article. His response:
Comment from Fenn regarding the article, after the fact: “The interview was last week, and it’s a weekly paper. There were some misquotes and some made-up quotes, but overall I thought it was a good story. When she quoted me accurately she didn’t speak my language. F”
Byline: Julie Ann Grimm, Santa Fe Reporter, June 13, 2018
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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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“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.
The Hunt for Forrest Fenn’s Treasure: KURL8 Billings, MT Journalist, Penny Preston, reports on findings in the official report regarding the deal of Jeff Murphy on the Rescue Creek Trail Southeast of Gradiner, MT.
Link to the story here: http://www.kulr8.com/story/37535979/final-report-yellowstone-fenn-treasure-death
Link to GMap4 of the area: https://mappingsupport.com/p/gmap4.php?ll=32.4001%252C-107.0001&t=t1&z=9
“(Fenn)…wrote that he had never been to the area where Murphy fell.”
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