Lost Mexican Silver Cache (part I)

By W.c. Jameson
From page 34 of the September, 1991 issue of Lost Treasure
Copyright © 1991 Lost Treasure, Inc. all rights reserved

In the arid wastes of northern Chihuahua, Mexico can be found several small mountain ranges rising from the sandy, cactus and creosote-bush-covered desert plain. Most of these mountains are volcanic in origin, testimony to violent upheaval and igneous rock forming processes that occurred millions of years ago. In a small cave located in a narrow canyon in one of these ranges may he a huge fortune in silver bars-a treasure that was hidden by Mexican miners over 150 years ago.

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