Lost Treasure in northeast Oklahoma

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Does anyone know if there are any tales of lost or missing treasure or caches in Northeast Oklahoma. Thank you for any help you can give me.

Tack Linn

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Thank You

Thank you for you suggestions, that  really helps.

Tack Linn

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Lost or missing treasure in NE Oklahoma

I would suggest the books offered on the LT website "Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma"  I have all three books and there are several good stories in them.  The counties are spread out over the three books alphabetically, but book three has the most counties in NE Oklahoma covered, including Muskogee, Nowata, Ottawa, Pawnee, Rogers, Tulsa, Wagoner, and Washington counties.  Also if you can find a copy of the book "Oklahoma Treasures and Treasure Tales" by Steve Davis, it is a really interesting book covering several area of the state.

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Lost Treasure in northeast Oklahoma

There was a story in the latest issue of Lost Treasure Mag. It was about the KGC on flint creek.