THE LOST TREASURE OF
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Where is the lost treasure of the Sunset Crossing, Arizona?
Darlington and his family left their home in Illinois
to mine for gold in California. He was one of the very lucky ones; he hit a
jackpot and with his family in 1855, headed for home with $300,000 in gold.
Along the wife as they reached Sunset Crossing on
the Little Colorado River, his wife became very ill and passed away. The man
that owned the trading post at Sunset Crossing built a coffin in which to bury
his wife. During the funeral, it took six men to lower the coffin the coffin
into the ground.
Unknown to anyone, Mr. Darlington, had buried his
wife with her share of the gold, which was $150,000 in gold. No one has found
her grave and retrieved this fortune of gold. Who says you canít take it with
Sunset Crossing can be found south of the Little
Colorado River, where Winslow is today, however, this may not be the exact
location of the trading post or where Mrs. Darlington was buried. Since, the
trading post was most likely near the river, the grave could have been washed
away and the gold along with Mrs. Darlington could be at the bottom of the
Little Colorado River.
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