Just another piece in the puzzle to help you solve Forrest Fenn's riddle and find the pot of gold! Hiking, camping, campgrounds, leisure, games, puzzles, travel, puzzle solving, treasure hunting, and more may be involved in your hunt for the gold described in Fenn's Treasure Poem. Fenn Treasure Tips & Clues

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FENN CLUES

Hints & Clues to Help You Find Forrest Fenn’s Treasure!

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Forrest Fenn’s Site, the Old Santa Fe Trading Company, is where you’ll find his blog and all sorts of other handy information.


Forrest Fenn’s ‘Thrill of the Chase’ Resource Page contains additional clues to help you find the treasure.


Buy the book with the poem and hidden clues, The Thrill of the Chase, from Forrest’s Distributor.


Buy ‘The Thrill of the Chase’ on Amazon.com


Interviews with Forrest Fenn conducted by Dal Neitzel.


The Thrill of the Chase - fan site

Other Sites you’ll want to become familiar with:

ChaseChat is a popular online forum where searchers go to trade stories and info.


Dal Neitzel curates a blog about the Fenn Search.  Filled with useful comments.  Well...  Filled with comments, a few of which will be helpful.  A humongous amount of which will make you want to pull your hair out.


Don’t go getting yourself lost or killed while searching for Fenn’s Treasure!


Mysterious Writings - Forrest Fenn Treasure Facts & Figures


FennHotSpot - fan blog and search diary


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Finding the Fenn Treasure is going to take a lot of research, not to mention hours and hours of thought and study.  Other than maps, you’ll want to study as much Rocky Mountain, Yellowstone National Park, Gallatin National Forest, Montana, Idaho, Colorado, New Mexico, Grand Teton, history as you possibly can.  


Forrest loves old history books and tales of the settlers and trappers who spread out throughout this land a hundred and fifty years ago.  He is an avid reader and writer.  Not to mention film-goer. Many people think clues are hidden in certain films’ screenplays.


He also is an expert in Native American culture and archaeology.  So, studying up on Indian terminology, culture and history (from every band in the area) would be wise.



Suggested Reading or Writers:


The Thrill of the Chase


Too Far to Walk


The Catcher in the Rye


For Whom the Bell Tolls


The Great Gatsby


Kismet


David Copperfield


The Sun Also Rises


Ulysses


Dickens

Other Research:

‘...it seems prudent to do a little investigating about higher things.’  


[From the chapter:  Important Literature]



‘The one who was closest was about 200 feet to the chest. I don't have any reason to believe they were closer than that.’


[Quote from Forrest Fenn]

What does Forrest have to say?

One important source of valuable hints & clues that many people miss - is Forrest Fenn himself.  The man who hid the treasure and wrote the poem.


Forrest has been known to give out numerous clues, as to the location of the treasure, and hints about solving the puzzle.  But, keep a close eye on the words he uses.  They often seem to be chosen specifically to manipulate the listener!


Scour the blogs for interviews and quotes from Forrest himself.  They will often give you great insight into the man, his history, and the riddle you’ll need to solve before you can even hope to find the pot of gold.


Detailed info and photos - Geyser and Volcanic Springs - please see volcanic-springs.com

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