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Posted: Saturday, July 5, 2014 6:00 pm | Updated: 12:17 pm, Mon Jul 7, 2014.

Forrest Fenn’s hidden treasure sends searchers on a spiritual journey that should renew their faith and open their hearts to a larger life, according to a North Carolina woman who claims to have solved the local writer’s famous poem.

Pam Shetron, who has published her interpretation of Fenn’s poem on a website, said Fenn is a hero and has cleverly taught people about faith and what’s important in life — that the search, the friendships and the path are more important than money and physical riches. She said the poem leads to the Christ of the Mines Shrine in Silverton, Colo., but there is no treasure box at that location — just silent, peaceful spirituality.

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5 comments:

  • Pamela Shetron posted at 1:31 pm on Fri, Jul 11, 2014.

    awhisperer Posts: 1

    I will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding my solve. Please email me at pamela@awhisperer.com or visit my blog at www.awhisperer.com Thanks! Pam

     
  • tofi2 posted at 1:07 pm on Sun, Jul 6, 2014.

    tofi2 Posts: 2

    interesting deductions ... but I do not think she is on the right trail ... or she would have the treasure

     
  • David Rice posted at 11:33 am on Sun, Jul 6, 2014.

    Desertphile Posts: 2

    I wish I had $100 for every time I've heard about someone who "knows where the Fenn treasure is."

     
  • David Rice posted at 11:30 am on Sun, Jul 6, 2014.

    Desertphile Posts: 2

    No.

     
  • Andrew Lucero posted at 5:48 am on Sun, Jul 6, 2014.

    Andrew Lucero Posts: 128

    Soooo, in other words, she didn't find it....I tell you what, if you really want to know where Mr. Fenn's treasure is, here is a hint -- Look no further than his bank account!

     
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