The Peddler's Lost Cache

By Ken Weinman
From page 16 of the May, 1994 issue of Lost Treasure
Copyright © 1994 Lost Treasure, Inc. all rights reserved


Moishe Edelman, a peddler by trade, lay dying in a doctors office in Cleveland, Ohio, during the fall of 1933. He had suffered a massive heart attack and knew that the end of his life was near. Babbling in delirium and speaking in a barely audible voice, he asked the doctor to come nearer and to listen to what he had to say. There are thousands of dollars in coins hidden in four wooden chests, he whispered in a rasping voice. Where are they hidden? the doctor asked quietly.

In an area known as the Big Ugly, near the small town of Leet, West Virginia. Go up the Guyandotte River until it branches off at Laurel Fork. Then proceed up Laurel Fork about a mile until you come to a very large rock. The chests of coins are buried along the creek, right across from the rock.


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