The lost treasure of La Caverna del Oro.

THE LOST TREASURE OF
LA CAVERNA DEL ORO

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

Where is the treasure of La Caverna del Oro?



The legend behind La Caverna del Oro is one that is plagued with evil spirits, death, and of course a fortune in gold.

Atop Marble Mountain in Colorado lies an area in which the Native Indians believed was full of demons, therefore they would not set foot on this 13,000 fee high mountain. However, in 1541, Spanish monks during an expedition in Colorado forced the Indians into slavery and had them extracting gold from this demonic cavern. The Indians went against the monks and killed two of three, leaving alive, one very smart monk, De la Cruz. He convinced the Indians that he could control the evil spirits that were present in the mine. The Indians through forced labor extracted large amounts of gold for De la Cruz. When he was finished with the Indians, De la Cruz along with other remaining Spaniards killed the Indians and left for Mexico, along with the gold.

Today, even though many have gone down into the cavern no one has been able to locate the whereabouts of the wooden doors that hold the treasure. It is believed that these doors are around 500 to 700 feet of the cave entrance. It could be that the real entrance to the cave has not been found and that the one where others are searching could have been the escape route.

To find the entrance that everyone is using marked with a cross you must venture up Marble Mountain, go northeast of the Great Sand Dunes just over Music Pass.


The lost treasure of La Caverna del Oro.

 The lost treasure of La Caverna del Oro.

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