THE LOST TREASURES OF
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Many treasures have been lost throughout the history of
Mississippi. All of these treasures are listed as lost, hidden or just plain
disappeared. If anyone is so lucky or brave to hunt and find any of these
treasures, they will be overjoyed with their discovery.
Calhoun City close to the Gore mansion there is supposed
to be a very valuable treasure hidden.
All the coastal areas of Mississippi was James
Copeland’s favorite burying spot for all his stolen treasures during the 1840’s
Ocean Springs, Mississippi is known for pirate treasure
that was buried by Pirate Patrick Scott during the early 19th century.
Find Beaux Bridge in St. Martin’s Parish and they search for the gold coins that
were buried by the slaves of Narcisse Thibodeaux. These gold coins are
considered to be a large treasure.
Bay St. Louis is home to the Pirate’s House, which is
known for underground tunnels, which is believed to be home to many treasures
from several pirates.
The Pickett family buried their treasure during the
Civil War for safekeeping near the edge of town in Vicksburg.
Robbers buried two kegs of gold near Greenwood, Mississippi in 1865.
One of the famous bandit gangs in the early 19th
century was the Copeland gang. It is believed that they buried all their
treasure in Catahoula Swamp.
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