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A cache of unknown contents is supposedly buried along Boxelder Creek.
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A Guide to Treasure in Colorado
Robber's Roost on Table Mountain is the resting place of at least two outlaw caches. One contains $125,000.
Treasure Tales of the Rockies
Seems like every State has its own Lost Dutchman Mine. This one is located somewhere on a mountain near Manhattan.
The Lost Cache la Poudre mine as well as several other lost mines, are supposedly located on Black Mountain.
Colorado's Lost Gold Mines and Buried Treasure
Colorado Treasure Tales
A cache of gold and silver coins, known as the Musgrove Treasure, is located somewhere along the Cache la Poudre River.
An stolen Army Payroll consisting of $62,000 in gold coins is located near Coyote Pass.
Barber's Lost Gold Ledge is located in or near Estes Park.
The Lost Issac Alden Mine is located near Estes park.
A rich ledge of gold was found by an old prospector on Specimen Mountain, but died before returning to it.
A cache of $30,000 in stolen loot is said to be hidden in or near "Natural Fort."
The Lost Clay Patterson Mine is supposedly located near Fort Collins.
$60,000 in gold coins is buried somewhere near it was stolen from a stage coach near Virginia Dale.
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