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  1. 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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