By G. B. Selease, Sr.
From page 6 of the April, 1971 issue of True Treasure
Copyright © 1971 Lost Treasure, Inc. all rights reserved
Being reasonably close to the scene of the action, I have watched with a great deal of interestand a hell of a lot of amusementthe various efforts expended at Nehalem, Oregon, trying to locate a buried treasure.
To reach a proper perspective, one should remember that this treasure legend is built around the finding of chunks of beeswax in the beach sands of Nehalem, a few odd marks on rocks in the area, and the stories told to the white man by local Indians.
There is probably a teepee full of Indians in the Great Land In The Sky, and a few hundred more on the ground below, laughing their scaiplocks loose from their belts at the resultant antics of the (gullible) white man!
G. B. Sclease, Sr., Reecisport, Oregon