A bronze chest filled with gold, jewels and other treasures, with a value of several millions have been found.
the Treasure was stored for more than a decade ago in the Rocky Mountains vildnæs, and Ekstra Bladet have previously written, is that the tax is at least 12 million Danish crowns worth. It was the today 89-year-old millionaire Forrest Fenn, it saved the treasure and made a treasure hunt in time.
Forrest Fenn has told the Santa Fe New Mexican, that a man who does not want his name in the press, has found the coffin. It writes the news agency AP.
It lay under a canopy of stars in the lush skovvegetation in the Rocky Mountains and had not been moved from the place where I saved it for more than ten years ago, says Forrest Fenn in a press release.
The lucky skattejager found the coffin a few days ago, where he took a picture to document found and sent it to Forrest Fenn.
The 89-year-old musician do not know the person in advance, and he writes on his website that it was a poem in his autobiography, which brought him to the treasure. He has in addition to the 24-lines long poem in his book shared clues on its website.
art collector and millionaire Forrest Fenn at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The picture is from 2014. Photo: Luis Sanchez Saturno/Ritzau Scanpix
during the more than ten years, the treasure has lain hidden, have thousands of people looking for it.
And people have gone far to get your hands on the gold. Several have said their jobs up, and at least four people have died in the hunt for the coffin, which, according to Forrest Fenn, in itself, weighs nine pounds, and contains ten pounds of treasures.
For more than 30 years ago, Forrest Fenn, a cancer diagnosis, and when he was told that he only had a few years left to live, he found the treasure chest. He would leave a good mystery to people, he has previously told the american media ABC News:
In 1988 I was diagnosed with it, which everyone thought was cancer. But in addition, we (the UNITED states, red.) through a recession where many people lost their jobs. The headlines oozed frustration, and I just wanted to give people hope, he said.
Not all came unscathed through the treasure hunt. In 2015, attended Forrest Fenn himself in the search of skattejægeren Randy Bilyeu, who had disappeared. Photo: Cynthia Meachum/Ritzau Scanpix
He survived kræftsygdommen, but he chose not to keep the coffin and made the treasure hunt game.
Where the treasure exactly was saved, has not yet been revealed.