The lost treasure of Jesse James.

THE LOST TREASURE OF
JESSE JAMES

THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

Where is the lost treasure of Jesse James?



There is a legend that was passed down from one of Frank and Jesse James friends that in fact had the original map on cowhide of the exact point where the loot from a robbery was buried. However, no one even with the help of the map has been able to recover the lost treasure.

Conley was a friend of both James brothers and stated that he was even a look out for them when they pulled some of the infamous robberies. From the tale, Conley along with Frank and Jesse each possessed a map that showed the whereabouts of $180,000 buried in Cutthroat Gap, which is in the northwest corner of Comanche County in Oklahoma.

As the map shows, the treasure is hidden in a sealed cave, which should not be hard to find once you find the stone corral known as the Horse Thief Corral, which is home to an old log cabin where many outlaws use to hide. Here you will find a Winchester rifle mounted in the fork of a tree. This is the sign to show the way to the treasure. From the directions on the old cowhide map, you will see a long black streak on the summit of Mount Pinched. Somewhere between this streak and the rifle is the sealed cave, which holds the loot.

The loot stolen from a payroll robbery at Dodge City is hidden here in the Wichita Mountains; however, no one has been able to find the sealed cave. All of the other signs have been found, the cabin, the black streak, and the Winchester, but no mysterious cave.

Some believe that Frank James did at one time go to Cutthroat Cap and retrieve some of the money; however, no one knows whether he did in fact take any or all of the money that was hidden there.

The lost treasure of Jesse James' Buried Treasure .

 The lost treasure of Jesse James' Buried Treasure .

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