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"It’s in the mountains somewhere north of Santa Fe." - Forrest Fenn, "The Thrill of the Chase," 2010

We have often said that we take anything Fenn has said after December 31, 2010 as tactical offensive counterintelligence. Technically, that leaves us only the fundamentals with which to work: the contents of “The Thrill of the Chase,” and anything we learn about Fenn before that date. 216 more words

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Fenn Treasure

If you like solving the possible unsolvable or get a feeling of how pseudo connects dots to draw up the predetermine conclusion, then you will enjoy looking for a treasure. 255 more words

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"Catcher in the Rye," Fenn & and The Denver Museum of Nature and Science

In “The Thrill of the Chase,” referring to the J. D. Salinger classic, “A Catcher in the Rye,” Fenn writes,

The more I thought about it the more I realized the book was about me, and I couldn’t believe it. 

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What if Forrest Fenn had died on November 25, 2010? Live Stream with Q&A

Live Chat

Man In The Barn​Hello Toby and Shelley

A J Rainville​Might want to turn on the super chat button (or i just don’t see it) 431 more words

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What if Fenn Had Died a Month After Releasing TTotC?

My apologies if the title is offensive to anyone, especially Fenn. It is purely hypothetical, and my wish for Fenn is that he lives a long and fruitful life filled with family and friends. 249 more words

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The Riddle in Fenn’s Poem - Live Stream with Q&A

Shelley and Toby discuss the way in which you can use the riddle in Fenn’s Poem to help you develop your solution with confidence. You can review the chat from the live stream below the video. 909 more words

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