A coffin with the treasure of Forrest Fenn hidden in the Rocky Mountains for 10 years has finally been found

But that adventure is finally over. The treasure was found.

Forrest Fenn, an 89-year-old art and antiques collector who created the treasure hunt, announced on Sunday on his Web page.

“It was under the canopy of stars in the lush, wooded vegetation of the Rocky Mountains and did not move from where I hid it more than 10 years ago,” Fenn wrote in his announcement. “I don’t know the person who found it, but the song in my book brought it to the exact spot.”

The treasure was found a few days ago by a man who did not want to be named, Fenn said Santa Fe New MexicanHowever, he noted that the man was from the “East East”, and that he confirmed his discovery by sending Fenn a photograph of his newly discovered wealth.

The treasure, which is estimated to be worth more than a million dollars, was a way for Fenn to encourage people to explore nature and give hope to people affected by the Great Recession, he said.

Traces leading to the treasure spot are included in the 24-line poem published in Fenn’s 2010 autobiography “The Excitement of the Chase”.

Fenn estimated that as many as 350,000 people from around the world went hunting for the treasure, according to the New Mexican. Some leave work to devote themselves entirely to hunting, and some even die.

“I congratulate the thousands of people who took part in the search and hope that they will continue to be attracted by the promises of other discoveries,” Fenn said on his website.

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