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 Murder Rock?
As the legend goes as told by one of Alf Bolin’s outlaw
gang members is that Alf buried gold and silver from many of his famous
robberies close by a cave in the Fox Creek Hills area.
This is quite possible since most of his devious
robberies took place on Pine Mountain, which is commonly referred to as “Murder
Rocks”. Pine Mountain is just south of Kirbyville, Missouri and only 10 miles
south of Forsyth, Missouri. There is a new highway there now, which is around 60
miles east of the old road, which Alf Bolin and his gang use to take. The old
road passed by the limestone rocks called “Murder Rocks”.
These famous rocks were where Alf Bolin and his
outlaws would hide in awaiting until travelers came by and then they would rob
and murder, thus the origin of the name.
The cave is believed to be around two miles
southwest of Old Mincy Store and Mill. Remember, if you go in search of this
buried treasure, it was not buried in the cave. The cave was only used as a
marker so Alf Bolin could find his treasure once it was buried. More information
regarding the exact location of this cave is vicinity of section 20, township
22, Range 20 in Taney County, Missouri.
Many people have heard the story about the
treasure, passed down from members of the gang; however, no one has find even
one gold coin since the treasure was buried in the 1800’s.
Bolin was not a likeable sort and many in the area
prayed for his demise. During the time of the Civil War, Bolin of course, was
robbing whomever he could while the men folk were off fighting. He would
frequent the home of a friend in the area by the name of Foster, until one day
when Mr. Foster, a Confederate soldier, was captured by the Union army. One
brave Union soldier made a deal with Mrs. Foster, if she would help capture
Bolin, that her husband would be freed. This was the demise of Bolin, he came to
visit the Foster’s and while enjoying a meal, the Union soldier posing as a sick
Confederate soldier beat Alf Bolin to death with a fire poker. His head was
placed on a pole in Ozark for all to see. When he died so did the whereabouts of
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