The lost treasure of Iowa Treasures.

LOST TREASURE IN IOWA
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

Where are somee lost treasure in Iowa?



Plan a great family vacation to Iowa and search for lost treasures while you are there. Here is a list of a few of the treasures that are known to be in Iowa that has not been recovered.

Bellevue
Close by the Mississippi River in the southern part of Bellevue a band of pirates in the 1880’s buried their ill-gotten gain in a cave. Shortly after hiding their loot, they were attacked and hung by vigilantes.

Buffalo
No date was disclosed, however, just west of Davenport at Buffalo a train was robbed of around $35,000 to $50,000 in gold. As described by old timers the gold was buried on a 3-acre lot near the railroad tracks and a road close to a creek.

Cerro Gordo County
Thomas Nelson was not much into trusting and buried his fortune of gold coins in a 3-foot deep hole somewhere between Wheeler Ranch and Horseshoe Bend. He tried several times to recover his buried treasure but was unable to find the location again.

Clinton
As it was told a lumberman worth quite a bit of money, filled an iron cooking pot with gold coins, stocks and bonds. He then buried all this close to the banks of the Mississippi River where today we know as River Front Park.

Council Bluffs
Many tales abound about Jesse James and where he buried all of the money, he and his gang, stole from various banks and trains. One such story is that $35,000 worth of gold coins is buried on a farm just a few miles north of Council Bluffs.

Dallas County
Who has not heard of the infamous Bonnie and Clyde? It is believed that this pair buried a large amount of money in the 1930’s overlooking the Raccoon River around three miles north of Dexter.

The lost treasure of Iowa Treasures.

 The lost treasure of Iowa Treasures.

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