THE LOST TREASURE OF
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Where is the lost treasure of Corpus Christi?
If you have plenty of time on your hands and wish to
treasure seek there is no place better than around Corpus Christi, Texas. There
are so many stories of buried or lost treasures all around this entire area,
from ships that sunk carrying large amounts of treasure to Spanish soldiers who
buried treasure. Here is a short list of some of the treasure you may find if
you decide to spend your life in Corpus Christi seeking buried treasure.
Buried on St. Joseph Island across from Rockport
are ornaments and gold that were designed for a Vera Cruz cathedral. Another
treasure on St. Joseph Islands near the southern end is payroll that was
intended for Spanish soldiers.
Casa Blanca has two treasures in the vicinity, the
first one is money that is hidden under a rock pile and somewhere in a cave in
Jim Wells County, and items from a Spanish fort are buried.
Padre Island is known for a hidden treasure of
pieces of eight and doubloons that were stuffed into large cannons made of
brass. A Spanish ship wrecked off the coast of Padre Island carrying over 50,000
pounds of precious metal. Another Spanish galleon named Capitana is also
reported to be off the coast of Padre Island with over $1,000,000. The French
ship Maria Theresa is another ship off the coast of Padre Island. It is
estimated to be located at the mid-point of Kennedy County. This French ship was
carrying $100,000 to $210,000 when it sank. Keep searching off the coast of
Padre Island for treasure from the side-wheel steamer Paisano that had canvas
bags on board that were filled with $200,000. Go to the northern tip of Padre
Island and then inland for around 20 miles and start digging to see if you can
find the treasure that was buried in Kleberg County from a Spanish ship that was
stranded on the coast.
As you can see, there is more than one fortune to
be found in and around Corpus Christi, Texas. All of these treasures have been
reported and can be found in the library in the history section, however, not
one of the treasures have been discovered.
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