Friday, October 21, 2011

Lost Treasure Legends: Maryland

Go on a real treasure hunt in Maryland to find lost treasure!!!

The Treasure of Perry Hall

A wealthy senator named Perry Hall buried a large cache of gold, silver and family valuables somewhere on his 350 acre Miles River estate in 1798 before he suddenly died. Over the years, generations of Halls have searched unsuccessfully for the cache. It still remains unrecovered on his old property, 4 miles west of Easton, Maryland. In 1967, the property was sold to Kirkland Hall College. But the treasure remains.

The Hagen Tavern Treasure
In 1832, an unknown traveler was injured during a freak storm and taken to the old Hagen Tavern at Braddock, Maryland. While on his deathbed, he confessed to stealing a chest of gold coins and jewels from a French Grand Duchess and burying the loot in 1830 on a mountain slope near the tavern. The unknown traveler died, but the legend of the treasure never did. It is still searched for today.

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