The lost treasure of Jars of Gold.

THE LOST JARS OF GOLD
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

Where are the lost jars of gold?



The great Klondike gold strike did not reach the United States until June 15, 1897, however, when it did the news traveled quickly across the country.

When it reached the ears of Frank in Welsh Hill, Pennsylvania, he knew he had to head to the Klondike to seek his fortune in gold.

Four years later, Frank returned home with 12 fruit jars filled to the brim with gold dust and nuggets. He told everyone this was just a small amount of the gold that he found while in the Klondike. Frank explained that he had left the gold hidden on his claim near Dawson. He spent quite a bit of his gold on family and friends while enjoying the freedom of having so much money.

A short while later, he told his close friends and family that he was going back to retrieve the rest of his gold and to sell his claim. After several months passed and Frank had not returned, everyone was beginning to worry. A stranger brought a note stating that Frank had died of a mysterious illness. His sister did not believe the bizarre tale and went in search of her brother and his claim. When she found his claim, she also found a cabin. Inside the cabin was her dead brother. He had been dead for months, but was preserved because of the cold temperatures. The cabin had been torn apart by those searching for Frank’s hidden cache. To this day, no one has found the rest of Frank’s gold which is believed to be hidden in glass fruit jars just like the ones he brought home.

If you really wish to look for Frank’s hidden gold, the best place to start would be in Dawson near his claim.


The lost treasure of Jars of Gold.

 The lost treasure of Jars of Gold.

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