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Searching for Arizona's Buried Treasures
The Story of Discovery of 82 Pounds of Spanish Gold in the Tumacacori Mountains!
Author: Ron Quinn
Note: Ronald Quinn passed away on August 30, 2016 in Tucson, Arizona. He was 83.
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Treasure hunter and author Ron Quinn had been searching for hidden treasures in Southern Arizona for decades. He discovered places that have never been visited by others to this day.
Eventually, Ron, his brother and his friends finally unearthed a medium-size treasure south of Tucson, Arizona, which consisted of 82 pounds of Spanish gold bullion. Other trips were made throughout the years, but none as lengthy as the first two year odyssey around Arivca and Tumacacori, Arizona. Read chapters from Ron's new book on treasure hunting in Southern Arizona below.
Follow the expedition and read sample chapters from Ron Quinn's new book on hunting for lost treasures in the Tumacacori Mountains, "Searching for Arizona's Buried Treasures" (available on amazon.com).
Found 82 lbs. of Gold in Southern Arizona!
They never lived the same day twice. Each day was a new, exciting adventure finding strange Indian caves, ancient stone walls and lost Spanish settlements.
Ron's new book, "Searching for Arizona's Buried Treasures: A Two Year Odyssey," makes interesting reading for the armchair adventurer and treasure hunter.
Read Sample Chapters from "Searching for Arizona Buried Treasures"
This manuscript recounts the wild adventures my brother Chuck and I had during our odyssey across the deserts and barren mountains of Southern Arizona near Tubac, Tumacacori and Arivaca.
We camped out for two years while treasure hunting, exploring and living a life few would undertake today. We met some of the most colorful characters imaginable fighting the harsh environment and gaining two lifelong friends, Roy Purdie and Walt Fisher. We heard tales from old Indians and Mexican vaqueros some bordering on the “Twilight Zone.”
Some of my articles have appeared in various publications including Arizona Highways, Southern Arizona Trails, Fate magazine and a number of newspapers. The Tucson Citizen, a local newspaper, ran several stories about our adventures.
Ron passed away on August 30, 2016 in Tucson, Arizona. He was 83.
The paperback book is now available to order on Amazon.com: "Searching for Arizona's Buried Treasures: A Two Year Odyssey."
Dedicated to my brother Charles Quinn, Walter Fisher and Roy Purdie. Read sample pages from Ron Quinn's new book on Treasure Hunting.
Now available from Amazon
Treasure hunting in Southern Arizona with Ron Quinn, brother Chuck, and good friends and partners, Roy Purdie and Walt Fisher is a fun read and a great book for novice or seasoned treasure hunters.
List Price: $19.99 suggested retail
Other Books by Ron Quinn available from Amazon
By Ron Quinn
There are many strange stories that just cannot be explained. This is a collection of reported mysterious disappearances, odd happenings, sightings of little people and very strange, unexplained tales.
Paperback: 202 pages
Though well known in Upstate New York, few of us outside of the region have heard the tales and legends of the Little People of the Catskills. Ron Quinn brings you the wondrous stories of these intriguing and mysterious folk. Illustrated with Ron's clever and humorous drawings, these stories are guaranteed to entertain and delight. Have you ever seen one of these wee folk?
Paperback: 148 pages
Photos: (Top) cover of Treasure magazine, Vol. 17, No. 8, August 1986. (Bottom) Ron Quinn.
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