BURIED LOOT IN CALIFORNIA
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Where is some buried loot in California?
Many bandits, train robbers and desperados traveled all
over California. Many of them lost, hid, and buried their ill-gotten gains; some
of the most popular are listed below.
In Biggs in Colusa County, the money stolen from
the Bentz Company is hidden.
The Bodie stage just a few miles north of Bodie and
the Bodie stage at Freeman Junction around 60 miles east of Bakersfield were
robbed. The money from the stage north of Bodie and a strongbox from the other
robbery have never been recovered.
In Arroyo Cantova, Hornitos, and some other
locations nearby, Joaquin Murietta hid his loot from robberies.
Hijackerís loot amounting to $30,000 was hidden at
Camp Oak Grove in the Gabriel Mountains.
There is a tale of an underground hiding place
close to the town of Avila in San Luis Obispo County. The tale is that several
desperados and bandits would congregate in this cave and divided their loot.
Some believe that if this underground cave could be found there would be a
Throughout Death Valley, there are tales of wagon trains, bank robberies, and
other treasures hidden in various areas. Some say the entire wagon was taken to
the desert area and once the money was taken, the wagon would be burned.
Where the Los Angeles Police Department has a
training site, it is believed to be the location of where a pirate buried his
Somewhere on the Butterfield line between Temecula
and Pala, a stagecoach was robbed. It is believed the treasure is buried
somewhere along this trail.
The money stolen from a bank robbery in Needles in
San Bernardino County has never been found.
The fortune of a saloonkeeper is buried at the
junction of Greenhorn Gulch and Freeman Gulch in Kern County.
Money from the San Francisco Mint is told be buried
at Shelter Cove close by Point Delgado in Humboldt County.
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