Arkansas Treasure Hunters Club

1800 Court House Part #7

Posted by WyDiablo on January 16, 2014 at 10:15 AM 1442 Views

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Reply Raymond
4:54 AM on July 31, 2014 
You'll never get my hoard of silver!

So much misinformation here I don't know where to begin. The piece of land he is talking about has remained in the same family since it was homesteaded. There is no silver and if there had been, it went to the right people.

If you dig around on land that isn't yours in Eaglette without permission, expect trouble..
Reply WyDiablo
10:32 PM on February 21, 2014 
That's going to be a very hard call. You might try and get permission to hunt the property. But if you tell the people there about the money they might want half or all that you find or just tell you "No" you can't hunt this place.
Reply James
11:49 PM on January 30, 2014 
Hi,,I am hoping you can help me answer a question. In the early 1900s, my great grandfather owned a country store & post office in a community that is no longer there called Eaglette, Arkansas. He buried jars of silver for each of his children, I don't know how many jars each, but there was several children. He lived in a dog trott house there and the srub and old well was still there the last time I saw it, probably 15 yrs ago. Anyway a relative knew of the jars that were buried. One of the children after he was grown lost the house and land in a card game to a relative that knew the money was buried there, but he didn't know were and never found it. My grandmother and her siblings took him to court over the money that Papa buried for them, but they lost the case. My grandmother showed daddy where her's was buried and daddy showed me. There's a fairly new brick house that sits behind the old house place now and I don't think the people living there have any idea about any of this. Actually Grandmaw's money is within 6 ft. of the dirt road planted near a landmark I remember, and I've wondered if the could even be concidered road easment, & would it belong to the county.I would like to get this money before the 2 sisters pass away, both are in their 70s & 80s. How would you suggest going about this? I don't want to get shot or sued, but I know without a doubt it's there.