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McMullen County, Texas

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  • 31 burro loads of gold ore are said to be buried somewhere in the Rock Pens west of Tilden. may also be in La Salle County.

 

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Buried Treasures You Can Find

Guide to Treasure in Texas

Buried Treasures of Texas

Coronado's Children


  • Seven burro loads of silver are said to have been lost (possibly buried) somewhere in the Seven Rocks Hill.

 

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Guide to Treasure in Texas


  • A cave on San Caja Mountain supposedly contains Mexican outlaw loot.

 

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Guide to Treasure in Texas


  • Two cowhide sacks of doubloons are said to be buried on San Caja Mountain.

 

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Guide to Treasure in Texas


  • Nine burro loads of silver bullion are said to be buried on San Caja Mountain.

 

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Guide to Treasure in Texas


  • A lost Indian silver mine supposedly lies in the Las Chuzas area.

 

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Guide to Treasure in Texas


  • A cache of silver is thought to be buried between the Las Chuzas area and the Nueces River.

 

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Guide to Treasure in Texas


  • A cache of silver is said to be buried on or near Alta Loma Mountain.

 

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Guide to Treasure in Texas


  • A cache of silver is said to be hidden in a ravine in southeastern McMullen County.

 

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Guide to Treasure in Texas


 

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