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Story behind secretive FBI dig finally revealed

By T.K. Randall
March 10, 2021 · Comment icon 5 comments



What did the FBI find, if anything, at the site ? Image Credit: PD - Federal Bureau of Investigation
Newly disclosed documents have revealed what the FBI was digging for in Pennsylvania three years ago.
The excavation, which centered around an area called Dent's Run, had long remained something of a mystery with the FBI refusing to disclose exactly what it was searching for at the site.

Now however, documents disclosed during a court case have revealed that the agency was trying to locate a large shipment of Civil War-era gold that was lost or stolen while on its way from the mint to Philadelphia all the way back in 1863.

The FBI, which had received a tip-off from father and son Dennis and Kem Parada, claims that it found nothing of value at the site, however the Paradas now claim that the agency has been hiding something about their findings and has taken the matter to court.
Among the evidence presented is the alleged testimony of an FBI agent who revealed to them that a "mass" had been discovered "one or two feet off Denny's sweet spot." There are also references in the documents to the search for a "cache" that is "3x5x8 (feet) to 5x5x8" in size.

The family's lawyer, Bill Cluck, is now pressing for more than 2,400 documents relating to the excavation to be released to the public through the Freedom of Information Act.

The FBI, meanwhile, remains adamant that nothing was found.

"The FBI unequivocally rejects any claims or speculation to the contrary," said a spokesperson.

Source: MSN.com | Comments (5)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by pallidin 2 years ago
Wow. Interesting. Sure sounds like they were hiding something.
Comment icon #2 Posted by HollyDolly 2 years ago
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.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Earl.Of.Trumps 2 years ago
The Parada's had to have been soft in the headto entrust anything to the FBI. Goodlord, they have been a morally bankrupt, criminal organization for a long long time. The KGB west
Comment icon #4 Posted by Jaded1 2 years ago
Was it buried at Sad Hill Cemetery, in a grave marked "Unknown", next to Arch Stanton? If you know, you know.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Hyperionxvii 2 years ago
That cover pictures is sure not anywhere in PA.


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