National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Join Shelley Carney and Toby Younis as they share their visit to The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Questions? Send a text to, or leave a voicemail at 866-597-9901 We’ll start the show with them and then take live calls.



Fenn Treasure Radio – 2018 11 14

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AGK Panel: Surviving the Winter Search Season w/ Jason Younis – 2018 11 07

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Forrest Fenn Friday Fenndango 2018 10 19

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TTOTC Recap and Searchable TTOTC Q&A

Join Toby Younis as he “opens the book, literally, on Forrest Fenn’s first memoir, “The Thrill of the Chase.” This is the final episode in our book club series. We will be using our Thursday afternoon time slot on another channel that is NOT related to the chase, and is under development. We hope you enjoyed watching this series as much as we enjoyed presenting it!



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AGK Panel: How far could a dying man have traveled to hide his treasure? 2018 10 17

Join panel members Sean Martinez, Kristie, Jonathan Jones and Matt Brewer, as well as producer Shelley Carney and Moderator Toby Younis, as they provide yet another reason why the treasure Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains North of Santa Fe is in New Mexico.



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How far could a dying man have traveled to hide his treasure? (Yes. Fenn’s treasure is in New Mexico.)

Join Shelley Carney and Toby Younis as they provide yet another reason why the treasure Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains North of Santa Fe is in New Mexico.



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Multistream with “The Raven’s Nest” Meet the Map Auction Winner

Join Toby Younis of A Gypsy’s Kiss, Kristie of The Raven’s Nest, Mike Cowling of Cowlazars and Sean Martinez of Figuring Out Forrest on a panel to meet the winner of the Fenn Map Collection on eBay. Mike will also draw the name of the bronze medallion winner. More things to talk about and multi-streamed to all four channels simultaneously.



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Updated: Police body cam footage. Pennsylvanian, “Robert Miller” arrested breaking in to Forrest Fenn’s home in Santa Fe.


“SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Forrest Fenn’s infamous treasure hunt has now landed a man behind bars. That man told police the clues pointed him to Fenn’s house in Santa Fe.

“There’s been a couple previous break-ins, but it’s not very frequent,” says Captain Anthony Tapia of the Santa Fe Police Department.

Santa Fe Police say they got a burglary call on Friday evening at a sprawling house on Old Santa Fe Trail, near Old Pecos Trail.

“There was a family member, believed to be, of Mr. Fenn, was detaining an individual who had broken into the residence,” says Cpt. Tapia.

That residence was the home of author, Forrest Fenn.

Robert Miller from Pennsylvania

Pennsylvanian, Robert Miller

Police say they found Robert Miller on Fenn’s property. Miller flew to Santa Fe from his home state of Pennsylvania in search of Fenn’s well-publicized hidden treasure.

He told police he needed it for his family because he only had $130 in his bank account.

“The suspect was very upset. He admitted that he did break into the home believing that he had found the treasure that was quoted in Mr. Fenn’s poem,” says Cpt. Tapia.

Police say Miller got onto Fenn’s property by kicking down a small door next to the main gate.

According to the criminal complaint, Miller told police he thought the small door was a clue from Fenn’s poem in the book, ‘The Thrill of the Chase.’ A line in the poem says, “put in below the home of brown.”

“Even the arresting officer wasn’t familiar with the poem and the treasure map,” says Cpt. Tapia.

It is just the latest trouble in the hunt for the hidden treasure.

In the last two years, two men have died searching for what Fenn says is a chest filled with millions in gold and jewels, hidden somewhere in the Rocky Mountain chain.

Police say Miller did manage to get his hands on a chest, but what Miller found was a disappointment.

“Don’t do it. He searched his house and his treasure chest that he found, had clothing in it,” says Cpt. Tapia.

Police say Miller used an ax to break into Fenn’s home.”

Police Body Cam Footage.


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Updated: Forrest Fenn’s Personal Collection of Topo Maps Sells for $3,550.00 on eBay

Note: This is a rapidly changing story. We will update it as new information becomes available.

In an eBay auction that concluded just a few minutes before this writing, “Forrest Fenn’s Personal Topo Map Collection with 2 wooden map cases. CO, NM, UT” closed with a winning bid of $3,550.00. Bidding quickly rose from around $900 to the final bid in the last 30 minutes of the auction. Shipping was not included as the buyer was expected to pick the maps up from Fenn’s storage location.

The official USGS maps were dated around 1954 an included the complete sets for Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. Colorado and New Mexico are two of the four “search” states in which Fenn has hinted he had hidden his famous treasure.

A total of 7 bidders (including this writer) cast a total of 52 bids to get to the final price. The winning buyer on eBay (which protects bidders’ identities) was “c***1,” who had only bid on one item prior to this one on eBay.

The auction was posted by seller “nmmountainco505,” whose been an eBay member since February, 2017. This was the member’s first auction. We presume “nmmountainco505” represents a trusted member of Fenn’s family. (Update: We have had confirmation from two sources that Fenn’s grandson, Shiloh Old, is the individual behind “nmmountainco” on eBay.)

(Update 2018 10 13: Kristie of The Hint of Riches Forum and The Raven’s Nest on YouTube has informed us that the winning bidder will be a guest on her YouTube program at 7pm MDT on Monday, October 15, 2018. She also informed us via text message that she (the winning bidder) will “…make a special announcement regarding the maps…” during that program.

(Update 2018 10 13:  An unconfirmed source indicated that “…probably 2 or 3 of the drawers are Colorado maps, one for Utah, and the rest, New Mexico.” There are also indications that there are multiple copies of some of the maps, some with Fenn’s handwritten notes. Fenn’s grandson, Shiloh, also confirmed that Fenn had given the entire lot to him (Shiloh) and that it was his (Shiloh’s) decision to auction them.)


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