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Nope, because Tu Duc was so protective of his money that, according to the legend, he ordered that all his loyal servants be decapitated as soon as they finished burying him.
Yes, just to prevent the theft of the money he was never going to use. Wiki Commons "Burn my best porn, too. This whole thing could easily be some bullshit a travel agency made up to get you to visit Vietnam, especially since we can find no mention of the story before , but if you're a treasure hunter, it still seems worth a shot.
Just remember that there's always the possibility that he asked to be buried with all his wives in a massive undead orgy position, so really ask yourself how badly you want that gold.
The image of a great hulking ship stuck in the middle of a desert seems like something that should only exist in post-apocalyptic DeviantART drawings, but it does happen in real life from time to time -- here's one :.
That's cool, but what about a desert ship with something more valuable than sand and lizard poop inside? Well, multiple accounts from American Indians, prospectors, and travelers claim that there's one right in California, though it's proven surprisingly tricky to find for a giant chunk of wood.
The most consistent and reliable reports speak of a lost Spanish galleon loaded with black pearls in the Mojave or Colorado Desert.
Why, even one of the greatest inventors of our time claimed to see it:. Disney The final panel's angle hides five twisty duck boners.
According to legend, in , Juan De Iturbe was sailing his caravel full of pearls up the Gulf of Carolina, when a huge tidal swell washed him and his fortune into the then quickly drying lake of Cahuilla.
Iturbe and his crew had to make a tough choice: stay rich and die the middle of the desert, or abandon ship and leave the bulk of the treasure behind.
They went for the latter option and had to trek miles through deserts and mountains. Since then, there have been dozens of alleged sightings: In , the Los Angeles Star reported that a man named Charley Clusker not a Stan Lee creation had found the ship near Dos Palmas.
The newspaper reported on his findings and plans for a return trip Perhaps he died before reaching the treasure.
Or perhaps he did get it, and then died anyway from all the booze he bought. Other people have said they saw it, including a Yuma Indian who showed up in a nearby town conspicuously loaded with pearls, but every time someone returns to collect the treasure, the ship is gone.
Either the wind keeps burying it under the sand, or there's some Scooby-Doo shit going on here. Only one way to find out, adventurer!
In , a man named Doc Noss fulfilled the potential of his awesome name when, during a deer hunting trip in the Southern Rocky Mountains, he came across a dark mine shaft containing skeletons, jewels, and other historical items, including 16, bars of iron.
It was only when his wife, Babe obviously , insisted that he bring one of the iron bars to her that they noticed it had a golden hue -- because it was gold.
Doc's reaction? Rockefeller a tramp! Of course, we wouldn't be talking about Doc Noss if he had simply taken out that gold without a hitch and bought a beach resort.
The problem was that the entrance to the mine was very narrow, so in a move that we can only hope landed him the nickname "Dynamite Doc," Noss decided that the best way to expand it was through good old-fashioned explosions.
Unsurprisingly, he accidentally closed off the mine, and perhaps even less surprisingly, he soon became "Divorced Doc.
Noss became "Dead Doc" when a business partner shot him to death over a dispute about the gold , but his family, along with countless others, continued searching for the treasure.
Another problem: In the '50s, the area, known as Victorio Peak, was closed to the public because the Army started doing dangerous nuclear tests there When this became public and the Noss family protested, the Army claimed they found nothing.
Petersburg and then later moved to the Catherine Palace near the same city where it was expanded by a team of German and Russian craftsmen.
On completion it used 5, kg of Amber and was 17 meters in length. Considered to be unique and priceless it was the central showpiece of the palace and famous in aristocratic circles.
In it was discovered by invading German soldiers and dismantled. Apparently it was packed into 27 crates and shipped to Königsberg, near the Baltic Coast, where it was put on display.
In it was stored at Königsberg Castle. Officially it was destroyed in an WWII Allied bombing raid but significant evidence suggests that it was actually shipped out of the city in the latter months of the war and taken to be hidden along with many other treasures acquired by the Nazi regime.
Nevertheless none of them have actually produced the missing panels. There have been repeated claims in the media by treasure hunters that they have discovered the location of the hidden Amber room.
A replica of the room made from identical materials has recently completed in Russia. The Knights Templar were a religious military order formed in AD to protect Christian pilgrims on their journey to holy lands of the Middle East.
Over the decades donations from patrons made the Knights Templar the wealthiest and most powerful military order in Europe. They invented an early form of banking which made them even richer but unpopular with people who had borrowed money.
For nearly two hundred years the Templars amassed a fortune in lands, castles, gold, silver, jewels and precious objects.
Their popularity fell further urged on by those who owed them money such as Phillip VI the King of France. On Friday the 13th of October , and with the permission of the Pope, Phillip VI arrested the key leaders of the Order based in France and tortured them into confessions of heresy and devil worship.
He seized their lands and raided the treasury but found it much emptier than expected. This was only partially carried out but it was already too late.
The vast treasure of the Knights Templar had largely disappeared and has never been found. An equally intriguing mystery is what happened to the majority of Knights who were never arrested.
At least several thousand men as well as a flotilla of ships simply vanished. In particular, 18 ships that had been berthed at La Rochelle, France, on the night of the 12th of October set sail under the cover of darkness just before the initial persecutions and passed out of history.
This is probably the most excavated site that has still failed to deliver up its treasure. Oak Island is approximately acres in size and located just off the southeast coast of Nova Scotia.
It is one of many small islands in the area and is now linked to the mainland via a narrow causeway. The story has been embellished and distorted over the years but here are the basic facts.
In Daniel McGinnis 16 and a friend noticed a circular depression as if a pit had been dug and then filled in again. Believing something of value may have been buried there they dug to a depth of 9.
The Flor do Mar, a 16th century Portuguese sailing ship, was loaded with treasure following a Malaysian conquest when it disappeared.
Alfonso de Albuquerque, the nobleman who had collected the treasure, was saved, but the boat and its bounty sank off the coast of Sumatra on November 20th, , and hasn't been seen since.
In one of the more recent—and shocking—heists in current years, the Ivory Coast was robbed of its crown jewels in British jeweler Graff Diamonds has been robbed numerous times, but the multinational chain's biggest robbery—thought to be the biggest in U.
Ten people have been arrested or jailed for their role in the robbery, but the jewels have never been found. While visitors can visit the Tomb of Tu Duc in Hue, Vietnam, the actual burial location of the Nguyen leader has never been discovered.
When the Emperor died in , he and his treasure were buried in a location so secret that everyone involved in its creation was beheaded afterward.
The most unique of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Copper Scroll, also has one of the most curious messages. According to historians, the scroll bears information on 63 hidden treasures, though what exactly those treasures contain is hotly debated.
Most can agree on one thing, however: they're still out there. In southern New Mexico, there's a load of treasure waiting to be found.
Victorio Peak in the San Andres Mountains is reportedly home to a wealth of gold. The Heirloom Seal of the Realm, a year-old Chinese seal, has been missing for over years.
The jade seal was carved from the He Shi Bi, a famous jade disc, and was passed down from dynasty to dynasty, until it went missing between and C.
However, after being turned over to the police during World War II, the sword went missing and still remains unrecovered.
The Just Judges is a missing panel from the polyptych Ghent Altarpiece, a century altarpiece housed in St. Bavo's Cathedral in Ghent, Belgium.
The rest of the Altarpiece remains intact, but the Just Judges panel was removed on April 10th, , with a note left in its place claiming it had stolen by Germans.
When Japanese ocean liner Awa Maru was torpedoed in , many people believed that a vast load of treasure went down with her.
In February , one of the largest diamond heists of all time took place in Antwerp, Belgium. In late , a British naval force led by Lieutenant Robert Maynard succeeded in killing Blackbeard after a hard-fought battle; Maynard had the infamous pirate decapitated and hung his head from the bowsprit of his ship.
Before his death, Blackbeard claimed to have hidden his massive treasure, but he never told anyone its location.
Cocos island, Costa Rica. They entrusted the British sea captain William Thompson to hide the treasure aboard his ship, the Mary Dear, and sail around until it was safe to return to Lima.
When a Spanish ship captured the Mary Dear, the entire crew was executed except for Thompson and his first mate, who promised to reveal where they had buried the treasure.
But when they reached Cocos Island, near present day Costa Rica, Thompson and his mate escaped into the jungle, and were never heard from again.
Since then, more than expeditions have tried—and failed—to find the Treasure of Lima.