What separates you from a treasure of dozens of gold, silver, and gemstones may be a set of codes created by an explorer in the 19th century.
In 1885, James B. Ward wrote a pamphlet entitled "The Beale Papers" . In it, the content recounts how Thomas J. Beale - an explorer in the western United States of America - accidentally found a mineral mine rich in gold and silver during a hunt with his teammates.
The group proceeded to mine the precious metal, then tasked with Beale to bury it in a secret location in Virginia. After burying it, Beale encoded details such as burial sites, treasure values, owner names, etc. into 3 separate code tables.
This treasure is a mineral mine rich in gold and silver.
These three codeways and some other papers were kept in a metal box by Beale and handed to an innkeeper named Robert Morriss, with the order not to open the box unless he or his friends did not return within 10 years. .
And indeed, Beale has never returned. After 23 years, Morriss finally opened the box and tried to solve the codes, but until his death, he still could not understand their meaning.
A close friend of Morriss tried to solve one of the three charsets thanks to something called: "key text". The contents of the code reveal that the treasure included more than 1 ton of gold, more than 2 tons of silver, along with many precious stones and jewels exchanged during the transport process worth 13,000 US dollars. Up to now, these assets are worth more than $ 43 million. Yet despite his efforts, he yielded to the other two encodings, eventually publicizing the whole story in "The Beale Papers" and being released by his friend James B. Ward.
Up to now, although it has been over 200 years, no one has been able to solve the treasure burial site. Is this a desirable treasure or just an unlucky joke? Please make your comments after watching the video below.