The lost treasure of The Lost Vampire Bat Mine.

THE LOST VAMPIRE BAT MINE
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

Where is the the lost Vampire Bat mine?



This mine may be lost forever, but you can search if you are up for the challenge. It is located in the Baboquivari range of Arizona's Pima County.

As the legend goes, an Indian had wounded a deer and during his hunt into the foothills of the eastern slopes of the Baboquivari, he spotted hundreds of bats pouring out of the side of the mountain. He approached the area where he had seen the bats come from and found a small opening to a cave.

He entered the cave and found it was an old gold mine, there were several buckskin bags filled to the top with gold nuggets, coarse gold, mining tools, and a shrine to the Lady of Guadalupe.

He was not very comfortable in the cave with the swarming bats and the spirits of the Spaniards hanging around so he fled. On his way out, he grabbed a buckskin bag of gold.

The Indian told his story to a white man that owned the local store. The white man found someone to watch the store and he headed off to find the cave. However, as he was traveling toward the cave, he met with the Indian that had told him of gold. The Indian said that he had gone back to the cave and waited for the bats to return. Once they were back in the cave, he concealed the entrance with dirt and rocks so the bats would never be able to signal the location of the gold mine. He said he wanted to make sure no white man ever found the gold.


The lost treasure of The Lost Vampire Bat Mine.

 The lost treasure of The Lost Vampire Bat Mine.

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