Which Lost Treasure Story Or Lost Treasure Legend Has The Most Merit?
Is there a lost treasure that you would seek because you believe you could actually find it? Which lost treasure legend would you look for?
With a hobby like metal detecting I have been searching for "treasure" for many years now. There are often local stories about lost or hidden treasure buried somewhere close by. I also hear the big stories of buried pirate treasure and buried loot from some long ago bank robbery. While it is fun to imagine stumbling upon "treasure" I have never heard one "credible" story of lost treasure. Many people search, in vain, to find what was never there in the first place. Stories can be very powerful and convincing but for me I think I'll stick to "detecting" .......it's real and a lot more rewarding.
When King John of England was crossing The Wash Estuary in the early years of the thirteenth century, the entire medieval crown jewels were lost when the pack animals got drowned. I would love to find them again. It would be almost impossible though.
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