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  • A ridge covered with skeletons and gold nuggets is located somewhere near the Brothers Peak.

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  • A cache of $500 in gold (by early 1900's values) is said to be buried "in the yard" of the of a company house on the hill above the old Pope & Talbot Mill.


  • $80,000 stolen from a British Paymaster is said to be buried near Discovery Bay.

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  • Somewhere in the Olympic Mountains, probably west of Brinnon, is said to be a "mountain peak of gold."

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  • Harry Sutton buried $11,000 in gold coins in the Hammond Orchard of Port Townsend.

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  • A satchel of gambling winnings is in the Sound where a ferry approaching Port Ludlow ran a ground on Snake Rock. The owner of the satchel, thinking the ferry would sink, through the satchel overboard intending to follow and retrieve it. He was held back by fellow passengers and never recovered the satchel.

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  • A "large fortune of money and jewels" was buried in the Hammond Orchard of Port Townsend by S.S. Buckley, but never recovered.

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  • A treasure known as "The Indian Treasure" is thought to be located near Point Ludlow.

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  • The Johnson Place Cache, money cached by a bachelor named Johnson, is said to be located on the old Johnson Place near Oak Bay.

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  • The "Treasure of Discovery Bay" is said to be located near the town of Discovery Bay.

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  • A prospector buried $75,000 in gold bullion on Protection Island, but could never relocate the cache.

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