War Thunder Golden Eagles, that's the speculation. FBI backer Carrie Adamowski cryptically told WJAC-TV in Johnstown that agents were on the amphitheatre "conducting court-authorized law administration activity." Associates of the abundance hunting abutting Finders Keepers would alone say they're beneath FBI orders not to talk.
According to the Post-Gazette, which cited a 1983 commodity from Absent Abundance magazine, the fable says that in 1963, Admiral Abraham Lincoln tasked the Union Army with a abstruse mission to carriage 52 confined of gold, anniversary belief 50 pounds, to the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia. The treasure, hidden aural the apocryphal cheers of two wagons, reportedly larboard Wheeling, West Virginia, with eight cavalrymen, a noncombatant adviser by the name of Connors, and a Union abettor alleged Castleton. Alone Lt. Castleton knew of the mission's accurate purpose.
Traveling forth a northeast avenue to abstain the absorption of the Confederate Army in Pennsylvania beneath the command of Gen. Robert E. Lee, the campaign ran into agitation if Lt. Castleton became ill during the about 400-mile journey. Rumor has it he appear the aureate abstruse of the wagons while delusional with typhoid fever. Afterwards a stop in St. Mary's, Pennsylvania, the abettor and a lot of of the soldiers were never apparent again. But Connors and possibly two added men survived to accord bearing to the abstruseness surrounding the gold's final location. From the Courier Express: