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Mystery FBI dig was for Civil War gold


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Recently disclosed FBI documents have revealed that an excavation almost three years ago was a search for lost Civil War-era gold.

The secret dig was carried-out in Pennsylvania three years ago this month, after a father-and-son duo, Dennis and Kem Parada, provided a tip-off to the federal agency.

Documents revealing the FBI dig were disclosed in court documents in recent days, following a lawsuit brought by the father-and-son against the FBI, who claimed nothing was found at the location.

Full story at MSN

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Wow. Interesting. Sure sounds like they were hiding something.

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Definetly hidding something.There was some show on think either Discovery Channel or History Channel a few years back, about a search for this same gold.

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The Parada's had to have been soft in the head to entrust anything to the FBI.
Good lord, they have been a morally bankrupt, criminal organization for a long long time.  The KGB west :devil:

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Was it buried at Sad Hill Cemetery, in a grave marked "Unknown", next to Arch Stanton?

If you know, you know ;).

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That cover pictures is sure not anywhere in PA. 

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