Charleston Searchers:  We have a Proposed Solution for Image 2 and Verse 6, but the chances of recovery are very slim. Page views on the site are back down to under 10,000/day and hopefully property owners are feeling less besieged by requests to dig. all I have to say is WOW the work and time you have done Oregonian, is amazing,, thank you so much, for those interested in see what JJP was sketching for Image 5 i just uploaded it Chicago Sketch. You have a mistake though item 2/2 is the wrong curve, and you ignore the method to get from the transit tower to the columns. Those places would have made it far easier for Preiss to dig without being observed, but they would also make it less clear why searchers should get permission before digging. (Other contributions are always welcome too, of course! ), The Rules - Site Summary - Tips for Puzzle Solving - Online Resources, "The jewels collectively are worth over ten thousand dollars. (Newser) – In the early 1980s, Byron Preiss buried 12 keys underground in North America that, when found, can be turned in for gems worth $1,000 each. We’re creating a (hopefully) official site for all things The Secret: A Treasure Hunt to pull together all information and give a platform for people to equally share their thoughts about the treasure locations. If you are asking when he might have buried the casques, according to publicity interviews Preiss did when the book launched in Nov, 1982 - they give varying accounts on when he did it but all seem to point to a time frame of Fall/Winter '81 to early Spring '82. Anyone who has dug, are you going thru this too, I'm thinking I may need a strong arm for the rest or should I assume this may not be the spot??? There's not much hidden in them. A whistle sounds. The conversation went on about 7 minutes. A native of Brooklyn, New York City, Byron Preiss graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania in 1972, and earned a master's degree in communications from Stanford University.. Any guesses to the hint/clue shared by Palencar on Josh Gates show 7/23/20?? -Finally, he said that solving any puzzle could be done multiple ways using mathematics, optics, astronomical, geographical, topographical, mechanical, and historical. All of the hunt locations so far involve waterfront cities and, in many cases, waterfront parks. There would be too much noise for that to be possible. The casque was found in Chicago in 1983. Milwaukee Searchers: We have a Proposed Solution for Image 10 and Verse 8. and have a great system for dig permits. Written and illustrated by Kit Williams, Masquerade contained fifteen paintings that pointed to the location of a buried treasure, in this case, a rabbit pendant made of gold and jewels. I still see either the Centaur's Tail or the Centaur's Helmet as a solid fit for the curved Road. Not sure if the hint of the painting with the trees was for the Tribute or one of the original casques but it was definitely a clue. Historical records show that the amphitheater was going through a period of decline when Preiss hid his casques in the early 1980's. After I saw the TV show Expedition Unknown about the treasure hunt, I worked on the one closest to me, San Francisco. But doing that with a printout might be a different experience than trying it with the book. Expedition Unknown showed up to film an episode, but no substantive evidence was produced to support the find. To set up the puzzle, Preiss traveled to different locations in North America to secretly bury a dozen ceramic vases, or, as he called them, "casques." Status: In 1980 or 1981, when Byron Preiss visited Houston to bury a casque, there was an antique steam locomotive (Number 982) prominently positioned on the southern edge of McGovern Lake in Hermann Park. We need people to investigate the spot and map out the birch stumps along East Ravine Road. Status: Clues in Image 9 seem to direct the search toward Mount Royal and the "Golden Square Mile" neighborhood in Montreal. Launched: 1982 Prize: Twelve treasure ‘casques’ were buried at secret locations in the United States and Canada.These special boxes contain a key that can be redeemed for a gem worth around $1,000. Brother Twelve's Gold in Vancouver, BC 6. more to come soon! Status: The search for Casque 4 has been completed! So - please - be responsible, do no harm, get permission first if possible, and be sure to clean up your mess. You don't have permission to comment on this page. Sadly, this casque was probably lost when the Place St. Charles was constructed on the site of the former hotel in 1983. Free accounts will now be limited to only 1,000 photos, which means that many relevant photos from the albums listed above (and others) will soon be going away. The Secret is only meant to be a fun exercise that gets people outside, exploring new places. I can take normal pictures to show the book open etc once home if helpful! Here are some of the better known treasures to be found in North America. In particular, the "legeaster dog" seems like a very specific detail to confirm the neighborhood. San Francisco Searchers: We have a Proposed Solution for Image 1 and Verse 7 that narrows the search area to a small section of path at the top of an outdoor stairwell in Golden Gate Park. It resembled the U.S. Capital building and had a dome that tourists could visit to look out over the whole city. Josh asks "what's that painting in the background?" Referring to Cleveland again, he said is why they chose that place because of the immigrant focus there. Pirate's Gold along Florida's Coast 3. So no dig is likely to happen. Thanks to wiki user Kia for the update! The odds alone of getting those 16 letters in that order are 1 in 43 sextillion. Thanks for the great feedback! Probably why He did 3 so close to his house. was published in 1982. Careful and substantive contributions are always welcome! -At the time of his painting 10 boxes would have remained, so is a pine tree significant? With destination puzzles the situation is reversed. Tip: To turn text into a link, highlight the text, then click on a page or file from the list above. You can upload your pictures to the wiki or just post them on some other photo platform and send us a link. Would Preiss have dug all that up and then put it back?? There are many photo albums on Flickr and PhotoBucket where people have posted images relevant to The Secret. But in 1982, the same year The Secret was published, the city repositioned both the fountain and the train, disrupting two of the major clues! The treasure casques themselves are of incalculable value, never having been owned by man or woman." Let’s keep it that way. Easy to miss. THE SECRET: A TREASURE HUNT was published in 1982. However, my opinion differs on the verses. say, and demand of him his golden treasure: you’ll sleep a hundred years and wake with dead leaves in your pocket-he keeps his word.) What this means for searchers is that, after starting along the route, all of the clues are going to be for small, innocuous features that wouldn't be mentioned in any guidebook. We have a partial write-up for the Solution to Image 4 and Verse 4, but it could use more photos and more detail. Important: Please do not dig in Golden Gate Park without permission! Had a phone call with John Jude Palencar. He is not going to change his mind. Ordinary digging tools aren't going to get through the path, so you might have to rent something like a concrete saw or even a Bobcat mini loader to clear the surface. If it seems like the ground may have been left undisturbed, it might be worth trying to get the necessary permissions. Everyone here should think on whether what they're about to post fits with that or not before posting. Clues for where the treasures were buried are provided in a puzzle book named The Secret produced by Byron Preiss and first published by Bantam in 1982. He did say “the easiest two have been found”. ok, i have to say reading Origins the artwork of John Jude Palencar helps me out some.. one thing for sure, i would love one day to sit JJP backyard and have a glass of Cognac smoke a stogie and talk about his art work, such a fascinating mans history. Amazingly, despite all the major renovations of the past 35 years, there is still a chance that the casque may be intact although the hiding spot has now been covered by a path. Just something to think about as we try and solve these. Hoping this is helpful to all. Likewise, they cherish silver, for it puts them in mind of moonlight and icicles. Twelve treasure boxes were buried at secret locations in the United States and Canada. But we know he is obligated at many levels not to tell. If you look at my Chicago solve link above, you will see the exact same pattern were the Water Tower is the furthermost visual clue from the rest. And though you don't say this - while some verses can be interpreted as largely being like a set of directions - other verses are nearly devoid of language that reads like directions. If you are interested in pursuing the recovery of this casque, you will need to somehow get the full and active participation of the Hermann Park Conservancy and Houston's Parks and Recreation Department. And I just want to clarify. The awarded the gemstone. He probably had no trouble digging a hole without anyone asking questions. Each box held a key the finder could trade for a jewel worth $1,000. Part 1 of 2. Spring 2020 Update: Now that we're all social distancing and trying to avoid the crowds, this is a great time to get outside and take some pictures. So don't freak out. Folks, please help keep this site more organized by remembering that there's a separate page for each image and verse in the book. [6] [7], "Hidden treasure, a family's quest, and 'The Secret, "EPIC SEASON FINALE OF DISCOVERY CHANNEL'S 'EXPEDITION UNKNOWN' STARRING JOSH GATES UNCOVERS FAMED HIDDEN TREASURE", "Expedition Unknown: 'The Secret' Treasure Found in Boston", "Treasure Hunters May Be Closing In On Prize In Golden Gate Park", "S.F. Hot on … This was probably meant to be the easiest of all the puzzles. (We know from city planning documents that the park formed a task force in 1993 to begin bringing GGP facilities into conformance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.) Image linked below. (Maltedfalcon, this isn’t meant to be directed at you, as (IMHO) you obviously had cause to call out false info.) But before he revealed the secret locations to anyone else, the author died in 2005. But if there are only two objects above the crossed arms, and both of them are shown in a way that clearly indicates a flip, then it seems very clear that we are meant to flip the upper half of the image from left to right. For more background on the book and the authors, see the history page on this wiki. They were very good friends as He told me several times. numbers, stick people? If you're contacting the wiki administrator about access or other issues, be sure to add "pbworks.com" and "gmx.com" to the safe list in your email program, so responses don't end up in your spam folder. If you're struggling to get two feet down and you're still hitting rocks at that depth, I'd say you have some pretty powerful evidence that you're in the wrong place. If you want to add to this wiki, but you're nervous about using the wiki editing system, feel free to play around and experiment in the sandbox page. After the first two versions of the hotel were destroyed by fire, the third St. Charles opened in 1896 and stood for over 75 years until it was torn down in 1974. ", "The 35-Year-Long Hunt to Find a Fantasy Author's Hidden Treasure", "Treasure Hunt Leads to North End Baseball Field", "Six Questions with James Renner: In Search for the New York City Casque of The Secret (A Treasure Hunt)", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Secret_(treasure_hunt)&oldid=990529520, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 25 November 2020, at 00:34. The Secret: A Treasure Hunt in North America 2. And he didn't spend a whole lot of time on his solo digging efforts. The "compass" is not likely to be a well-known lighthouse. The second was unearthed in 2004 in Cleveland by two members of the Quest4Treasure forum. Also as mentioned- the next image is printed directly onto the back of that image. Preiss was killed in an auto accident in the summer of 2005, but the hunt for his casques continues. It's over. Each image is also linked to a particular month and contains that month's birth flower and that month's birth stone (which also the jewel for that casque). What if anything can be seen/gleaned by holding the page up to the light? Wiki user Lori Sobota has provided a collection of photos showing the Greek Cultural Garden in Cleveland where the casque was found. Also because back in 82 we didn't even have this wiki site or the technology we have now. Searchers were meant to line up the water jets of a fountain with the white dome of a building ("like moonlight in teardrops") and follow that line down to "the base of a tall tree." This is all I can remember right now. Fenn's Fortune in the Rocky Mountains 5. Or it it blank? I could not get in a "but or What?". [1] The book contains 12 images and 12 verses; an image must be linked to a verse, with the information they contain used to locate a buried "treasure casque". Many of the pictures on this wiki are more than five years old and come from Google Streetview or low-resolution cameras. Searchers may want to download copies of the most useful photos now, so that they aren't lost forever. hey question, when Bryon gave away the incorrect gem, which one did he give by accident and which one were they supposed to have gotten.. thanks, OMG did yall hear.. i am a proud owner of a Palencars COCK, yeppers sure am.. LMAO one Divine Cock, In case anyone here has ever been curious about whether BP had a methodology to his madness, or not: https://youtu.be/jTVLFPu4_jc, In case anyone here is interested in hearing more about BP's possible methodology: https://youtu.be/4eAwaUE62tw, In case anyone here is interested in learning more about BP's possible methodology and the use of real-life people for the Fair Folk: https://youtu.be/bkdcgiEuJqM, In case anyone here is interested in learning about some new and some validated clues for the hunt: https://youtu.be/yAYL8xE9gbQ. And if you throw an idea out there, please for the sake of others, make sure you reasearch it first and that your research is correct!! He hid 12 keys across North America to be … Please add any additional information you have! Status: The search for Casque 10 is focused on Lake Park in Milwaukee. Claim a free account, and in less than 2 minutes, Dokkio (from the makers of PBworks) can automatically organize your content for you. The Secret is a treasure hunt started by Byron Preiss in 1982. Yet hard to understand in the original. SIGNED I work with SF rangers and parks for years now.. great bunch of folks, but they take this seriously. The Montreal Secret searchers are in need of your help. Will try though but don’t get excited! Krupat, a game and puzzle designer by trade, had taken to walking down Commercial Street to scout Langone Park and the surrounding areas for several months, where he believed this puzzle would lead him to the treasure casque and key that had been buried … [4][5] The first was found in Chicago, Illinois; the second in Cleveland, Ohio; and the most recent treasure box was found in Boston, Massachusetts. I don't believe that the verses are always linear. The longest running hunt is outlined in the 1982 book “The Secret: A Treasure Hunt” by Byron Preiss. The treasure casques themselves are of incalculable value, never having been owned by man or woman." Status: Casque 2 was almost certainly buried in a gravel path beside the Maine monument in White Point Garden, a small, historical park at the southern tip of the Charleston peninsula. Some clues couldn’t be or would be hard to make out. My daughter and I have been trying in an area....and I admit I am the weak one...LOL however she is not, but we can't even probe because we hit rock, so we keep digging we are about 2 1/2 feet downish, and we go a little wider so you can get into the spot, but keep digging huge rock??? The Globe reports that the Krupat family made this incredible find after solving a puzzle from a 1982 book called The Secret, which used a series of riddles to steer amateur treasure … The Secret book described twelve locations in cities around the country, but only two of the treasure jewels have been found in nearly 40 years since the book was published. Let us know how it goes! Stay healthy out there! Every image in. But clues in Verse 5 seem to steer us more toward Saint Helen Island or Notre Dame Island in the Saint Lawrence river beside Montreal. Good Luck. If you want to add to this wiki, but you aren't sure where to start, please check our To Do List. So please take the time to work through the proper channels and solve the puzzles in a way that does no harm to the local landscape. Yes, it seemed pretty staged so I'm guessing there's a hint in there somewhere. If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old. For years now people have been saying that the backwards “Gh” at the top of the map must mean that the map itself is flipped, and the response has always been to point out that the “flare” in the bottom right corner where Fulton bends is in the right place. Nice job. The "object of Twain's attention" is not likely to be on any list of the first hundred things one might think of after researching the life of Mark Twain. John Jude Palencar did say about the reprints of the books that the images were “HORRIBLE”! The casques are only going to be in places that have already been disturbed by humans and where further digging wouldn't be a problem. Nov 8, 2018 - Explore Michelle Morales's board "The Secret: Treasure Hunt", followed by 373 people on Pinterest. One other thing...there are a few people on here that aren’t being very respectful toward other folks theories, or thinking about the hard work that goes into them. And with limited exceptions concerning Chicago or Cleveland - unless that person has dug the hole, found the casque and posted pictures, every statement made on this or any other forum is at best an opinion or unproven theory and at worst complete BS. In 1971, while Preiss … Sorry to ask such a question, but in my dig, the earth is full of boulders and large rock, shale, black rock, clay and bricks.....So I am wondering if I am wasting my time here on the spot we have been trying to dig?? Don't mess things up for other searchers. 6. Be sure your contributions are always professional, courteous, and helpful to the search. 8) A tree grows in New York Harbor.Amazingly, there is also a large and fairly clear tree trunk hidden (sideways) in Image 12, but no one spotted it until wiki user Pizzoli pointed it out.7) "Dryades Street and Cours de Naides (now St Charles Avenue) in New Orleans were named after wood and water sprites respectively. I've tried to give credit where it's due in the above list, but if I got anything wrong, please let me know and I'll try to set it right. Can you describe the hint revealed in detail? He did say Josh Gates was close. The site has no aesthetic or historical value, so it should be easy to get approval. "Every treasure casque is buried underground, at a depth of no more than three to three and one-half feet. Keep up the good work! The major construction at this site got the attention of a few Bostonian treasure hunters including that of Secret Seeker Jason Krupat. let me know if you need info. Florida Searchers:   We have posted a very detailed Proposed Solution for Image 6 and Verse 9. As of October 2019 only three of the twelve boxes have been found. Security cameras will probably make a secret dig impossible. It’s not just finding random willy-nilly things that fit the clues, yet do not fit a linear path. WOW! Some of the useful websites for doing research include: In the Files Section - A pdf template for a plexiglas casque container. Treasure … And, of course, remember that what you add may end up getting changed or removed by another wiki editor. Only two of the 12 casques have been unearthed so far, but those experiences allow us to give some general advice to anyone who is interested in joining the hunt. Preiss used a line of sight starting at the nose of the locomotive and passing through a fountain to guide searchers to the burial spot on the far side of the lake. See more ideas about treasure hunt, the secret treasure hunt, the secret. In every case that we know of, the burial site is beside some distinctive, Start with the puzzle and work towards a place, rather than the other way around. Plummers Gold in Montana 4. The sad reality is that this one is probably gone for good. Broadly speaking, there are two types of puzzles in The Secret: The key thing to keep in mind in solving a journey puzzle is that none of the clues after the initial starting point were meant to be interpreted by armchair enthusiasts (using 1980's tools). To understand the layout of monuments and other features in the park as they existed in 1981, see our White Point Garden Landmarks page. (which is how we know the curve you point out is not the centaurs tail.). We want the Montreal Park Authorities to implement a program similar to the one of the San Francisco Park Authorities in order to accept, consider and approve dig requests. ", "Every treasure casque is buried underground, at a depth of no more than three to three and one-half feet. The key to finding the casques Preiss had buried and subsequently winning the jewels was to match one of the paintings to one of verses, solve the resulting riddle, and start digging! The first was located in Grant Park, Chicago, in 1983 by a group of students. Thanks! The text of the book includes twelve verses that describe (in varying detail) where a casque is hidden. It will help us learn more about these puzzles and about how we can solve the rest of them. [5] The remaining nine treasure boxes have not yet been recovered. 2019 Update:  An article published in the Charleston Post and Courier on 4/22/19 said that there would be a dig in White Point Garden "early next month." There was a claim in October of 2019 that the Boston casque had been found. There is nothing in White Point Garden in Charleston that explains the naming of the twins Edwin and Edwina. The clues narrow the spot down to only a few square feet on the surface, so a dig would be practical. He was referring to the TV footage of the Milwaukee casque hunt. We also have a new set of photos showing how some of the relevant features of the park are currently looking. As far as we know, there is no public monument in New Orleans that includes the quotation about the St. Charles hotel. Back in 1979, English author and illustrator, Kit Williams, published a book entitled, “Masquerade,” which contained clues that prompted a mass treasure hunt. well true, but neither sutro or coit is in the image... as far as the centaur's tail examine the intersection of east blvd, MLK and E105 st but be sure to look at it pre 2005, Did you come up with this all by yourself? I would ask people to refrain from using statements like, “too bad that guy is in the wrong area!”, or, “ I’ve poked around for half a day at your location, and it’s a total waste of time, everybody.” None of us knows where the casque is buried, so unless somebody’s research is just wack from the get go, it is irresponsible and plain rude to make absolute determinations about the validity of someone’s theory, unless you can show with absolute certainty that it is wrong. Famed undersea treasure hunter Mel Fisher is noted for his 16-year hunt for the Spanish galleon Nuestra Señora de Atocha, sunk in 1622 near the Florida Keys. https://www.societyillustrators.org/sites/default/files/public/HamiltonKing-Palencar.jpg. If you have ideas about several different casques, split them up and post each one separately on the appropriate page. I am not sure I want to continue my dig? The Secret is a treasure hunt started by Byron Preiss in 1982. Let's follow that thread.... On the back of each image is the next image, nothing else. Not that something might slip out unintentionally. If your comment is about a particular search area, please post it on the page for the appropriate image or verse. RELATED: Treasure hunt brought 'Expedition Unknown' host Josh Gates to Chicago » A look at the Chicago TV and film projects set to premiere in 2018 » New 'Man v. Not to say that one can’t just figure out clues and find one without it. Your solution shouldn't require you to tear up a lawn or disturb a natural area. Unfortunately though, the final spot is under a cabbage palm that the owners want to protect. The table below gives the most likely connections, based on the work that has been done so far. Others can believe what they wish, but my takeaway on this is that while I won't be trying to use photoshop to examine an entire image, if I think I see something in the original (at a reasonable distance out) I would feel safe using photoshop to lightly enhance, to see if it clarifies the artists intention. The year before publication, the author and publisher Byron Preiss had traveled to 12 locations in the continental U.S. (and possibly Canada) to secretly bury a dozen ceramic casques. Partly out of his honor to Byron Preiss and not to get into any litigation about it. (Boston has been found since the posting of this article) Finally, you can manage your Google Docs, uploads, and email attachments (plus Dropbox and Slack files) in one convenient place. And I’ve not tried holding it up to the light, but doubt that shows anything. It was very entertaining him telling the stories. Here is what I noticed after rewatching the interview with Palencar. Amy - after Odeyin posted about the not exactly hidden - but somewhat obscured JPP signature in the Roanoke image, I had wondered about this. It contained 12 paintings and 12 verses. More theories and discussions about the search are available at: * The three sites at the start of the list all attempted to solve The Secret using discussions and all ran into the same problem. Have now totem pole or other attraction a solid fit for the Solution to 5... Solving the 12 puzzles contained inside the casque may be recoverable an athletic field Unknown about the St. Charles once! 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