Lost Pirate Treasure In Maine

By Ken Weinman
From page 36 of the July, 1994 issue of Lost Treasure
Copyright © 1994 Lost Treasure, Inc. all rights reserved

During the latter part of the year 1716, a small band of noto­rious outlaws led by the infamous pirate, Samuel Bellamy, buried a small fortune in gold, silver, and jewels somewhere in the vicinity of their impenetrable hideout along the Machias River in Washington County, Maine. The location is a few miles northwest of the present-day town of Machias, Maine, along the Atlantic Ocean. The exact value of the cache is unknown, but could be in the millions, and as far as anyone knows, it has never been recovered.

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