Comanche County, Oklahoma
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Several bags of silver coins were buried in Cutthroat Gap during an Indian attack upon Missouri Traders.
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Oklahoma Treasures and Treasure Tales
6 bags of gold and silver coins were thrown into a well near the "old trader's post" near Fort Sill after a stage coach robbery.
A Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma Volume 1
$50,000 in stolen gold is buried near a "buffalo depression" close to West Cache Creek, somewhere near the border of Comanche and Cotton Counties.
Buried Treasures of the Great Plains
Lucky Pat's Lost Mine is located somewhere on the western side of the Wichita Mountains.
$100,000 of a stolen Army payroll is buried on or near Fort Sill.
"Bat Cave," located in the Wichita Mountains, contains a cavern with a rich lost vein of Platinum.
A man was thrown from his horse into a cavern with gold nuggets littering the floor. He was never able to relocate the cave. It is located somewhere in the Wichita Mountains.
Nine cart loads of gold and silver are supposedly buried between Beaver and Cache Creeks near Letitia.
Over $700,000 in gold is said to be buried near Meers.
Several burro loads of Spanish gold are thought to have been buried by Indians after an attack near Twin Mountains. None has been reported recovered.
Seven burro loads of Spanish gold bars are supposedly buried near the Pecan School south of Lawton.
$112,000 in gold is cached in a cave in Devil's Canyon
$60,000 of stolen loot is buried near Indiahoma.
$2,000,000 in stolen loot and gold ore was buried by Jesse James on the west side of Twin Mountains.
$11,000,000 in gold bars and coins, concealed by the Spanish, is located in a cave with an iron door. The cave is near Treasure Lake.
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