Finder Of Treasure Chest Hidden In Rocky Mountains Reveals His Identity

The man who found a buried chest that enraptured scores of treasure hunters for a decade has revealed his identity. His name is Jack Stuef, and in June, he found the treasure famously buried by author and retired art dealer Forrest Fenn somewhere in the Rocky Mountains, with a poem from Fenn’s memoir The Thrill of the Chase offering clues to its location. Fenn announced in June that the treasure had been found – but he wouldn’t say where exactly it was found or who found it. And in July, in order to provide some “closure” to those who had searched in other states, Fenn revealed that the chest had been hidden in Wyoming. Since the hunt first began, at least four people have died searching throughout the Rockies for the trove, which Fenn said contained about $2 million of gold and precious gems. Stuef, in a post on Medium, says he had asked for his identity to be kept secret so that he would not invite the same fate that Fenn and his family dealt with amid fervent treasure hunters. “For

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