A warrant application, released following a petition by the Associated Press and Philadelphia Inquirer, discloses that Dennis and Ken Parada, a father-son treasure hunting duo, went to the FBI to share rumors about the final resting place of the cache of gold bars, according to the Washington Post.
Although some historians doubt whether the lost gold even exists, the FBI obtained a warrant to search a cave in Elk County on state-owned land, the supposed resting place of the treasure, without informing Pennsylvania officials.
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ESCAPE to the Country’s Jules Hudson broke the show’s rules for his latest property search.
Monday’s instalment of the BBC One show saw the presenter, 51, trying to find Kerry and Mark from Surrey their dream home for £650,000 in Somerset.
The couple made it clear that they wanted four bedrooms, an annexe for Kerry’s mum to live in, a large kitchen/dining area and one acre of land.
HR manager Kerry also revealed that they’d like to find some sort of business opportunity that they could incorporate into their new pad too.
Property number one, which was located in the village of Coleford, certainly impressed the couple.
The 19th century property which was a former Grade listed church, boasted four bedrooms, a place for Kerry’s mum to stay and 4.9 acres of land.