A Cyber Sleuth in Search of Truth and Treasure
Paperback, 120 Pages
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The legend of the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine claims over 900 pounds of gold is buried in the Southwestern United States. Such a find would total over one billion dollars in today’s gold market. Naturally, this long lost gold mine has attracted treasure hunters from all over the world. Since 1892, those with adventure in their hearts and gold on their minds have descended upon the Superstition Mountains in Arizona intent on finding the Lost Dutchman’s treasure. But…What if the treasure concealed in the Lost Dutchman Mine was more valuable than one billion dollars in gold? This is a story of a family tradition (and obsession) to locate the mine and identify the Dutchman’s long lost treasure. Years of research have culminated in decoded clues, connections never before imagined, and a shocking treasure revealed.
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Mar 29, 2017A Cyber Sleuth Search for Truth and Treasure will take you on a ride you will never forget and may never recover from. I did not, personally, find it to be written specifically for the casual reader because it is, in itself, a puzzle of sorts that must be slowly read and digested one page, one statement at a time; however, a casual reader could skip over the technical explanations of the anagrams and find an interesting story. Which of us have never dreamed, or wished, to be left an inheritance by a long lost relative? I know I have, and still am waiting for the inheritance to arrive. It is a hope most of us carry within us; new found money, a car, a house, or something else. Anything we didn’t have to work for would do. But, what if such an inheritance came with complications that would require you to spend most, if not the rest of your life, to figure out where to find it? Surely it would be both a blessing and a curse. While most of us want to follow the easy path, that isn’t the... More > path the author chose to follow in writing this book. Such a path was becoming Peter Conrad’s fate, as he attempted to decipher the one-hundred and twenty spiral notebooks, each containing two-hundred pages of clues leading to the Lost Dutchman Mine. In Mr. Dayton’s work, you will learn a lot about numbers, anagrams, and symbols, each creating a question of its own. The book is written in short statements, thankfully, because the reader, in order to gain full value, needs to read each paragraph slowly and think about its meaning in the scheme of the over-all picture, as stated previously. If you have previous knowledge of anagrams or an interest in them you will find this book rather fascinating, plus it also weaves many different sources of thought together. I found some of the information familiar and much of it notr, as it was a domain I had not studied before. If you love Egyptian Lore, numerical puzzles, fraternal symbolism, astronomy, and archeology, you will find something you can relate to in this writing. The book has a plethora of pictures and graphs that will help support the author’s claims and allow the reader to formulate their own opinion. Hopefully, this short review will encourage you to read the book. You see, I don’t have much time to get to that mine before Peter figures it out himself.< Less
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- Ronald J Dayton (Standard Copyright License)
- First Edition
- November 17, 2015
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Full color
- 1.14 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 8.5 wide x 11 tall
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