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  1. As I sit here typing at near 10pm, I hear a lightly frantic running to the kithcen as a foul odor of smoke and something that is unidentifiable is overcooked. Now a scrubbing commences of the pan and maybe the experiment was chucked into to trashcan. I dunno. I am too lazy at this moment of time to go upstairs and look. You know how it goes. I don't believe you can say anything "politely" without it seeming to be a knock on some ones' pride, so I will leave it alone. Well that kind of opens up the door for a part of the news I was gonna leave for the later half of this, but hey, since thi
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  2. Over the past year or so, I have been doing some pretty detailed research on the Beale Treasure supposedly buried some where in Bedford County, Virginia. I have come to the conclusion that IF the Beale treasure ever existed, it is long gone. I have seen some court documents that place Thomas J. Beale Jr. and Thomas J. Beale Sr. in Louisiana in the early 1820's. What this means to me is, IF the Beale treasure party existed, they should have disbanded and headed back to Virginia and separated the Beale Treasure into the 30 equal shares. There was a theory that Beale and the party were killed all
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  3. WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (Gray News) – A Michigan jewelry store forced to close by the pandemic is going out with a bang. The owners of J&M Jewelers say they’ve buried roughly $1 million in jewelry in a statewide treasure hunt. Engagement rings, precious coins, gold and silver are up for grabs. A shot at the buried booty costs $49 for the hunt that starts on Aug. 1. The treasurers are buried everywhere from Detroit to the Upper Peninsula. “We had the time of our life burying everything
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  4. From the Independent: The remains of Captain Black Sam Bellamy's and crew, may have been found,say researchers Captain Black Sam Bellamy's and crew, 'Robin Hood of the Sea' as he became the highest-earning pirate of all time On the shores of Cape Cod may contain the bodies of as many as 102 men whose corpses were washed ashore after their ship, the Whydah, sank while still carrying much of the treasure that had made Bellamy the highest-earning pirate of all time. “We believe that we have found the largest mass burial ground in the US,” said expedition leader Casey Sh
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