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There is real hidden treasure in the U.S. somewhere! Here's how to find it

Posted at 5:47 AM, Dec 01, 2020

A real treasure chest is hidden somewhere in the U.S.!

The loot includes gold, silver, diamonds, rubies, sapphires and more worth about $10,000-$20,000!

Clues and hints on where to find it are hidden in a book: David Jacobsen's "The Hatter's Hat." It's a fantasy set in Lewis Carroll's "Wonderland."

"I filled an old wooden treasure chest up with all kinds of valuables," says David Jacobsen, author of 'The Hatter's Hat - Lost Tales of Wonderland. "There are rubies, sapphires, over 140 beautiful diamonds, silver, gold, rare collectible coins dating all the way back to the 3rd century of the Roman Empire, a 24 karat gold plated "Alice in Wonderland" charm bracelet, and more. If you can find the golden key, you can have the treasure chest. During these crazy times, I wanted to give people a reason to turn off the television sets and get back out into nature. I wanted to create an adventure. There are clues and hints in my book, 'The Hatter's Hat,' which will lead you straight to the golden key. Whoever finds that key can claim the treasure. I didn't want to just leave all the treasure out in the wilderness because I didn't want any legal battles over who is the rightful owner. The first person to solve the clues and find that golden key will claim title to the treasure."

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