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  • The town of Austin was destroyed by a flood from a dam burst in 1911. Thousands of rings and other jewelry were lost in the flood.

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Guide to Treasure in Pennsylvania


  • A lost diamond mine is supposedly located in Johnson Brook.

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Guide to Treasure in Pennsylvania


  • Caches of stolen loot are thought to be located in or near a cave hideout in Sandstone Hollow.

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Guide to Treasure in Pennsylvania


  • Dabole Hare of Roulette is known to have kept considerable amount of gold coins in milk cans, which he buried near his home. He died without revealing the locations.

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Buried Treasures of the Mid-Atlantic States

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  • Mark McKoy, notorious highwayman of the 1850's, is known to have stolen hundreds of dollars, but only $200 was found when he died. The rest is unaccounted for.

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  • $350,000 in gold, known as the Borie Treasure, is buried near a large rock with a cross cut into it.

  Topographic Map of Lost Treasure and Ghost Town Locations

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Buried Treasures of the Mid-Atlantic States

Guide to Treasure in Pennsylvania


  • A lost Indian silver mine is located somewhere in the mountains of Potter County.

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Guide to Treasure in Pennsylvania


 

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