Maryland Lost Treasure
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Located near Silver Run, on State rte 140. There is a lost silver mine in this area that dates to the 1800's.
Located outside of Baltimore. A French merchant named Jacques Champlaine supposedly buried a large chest that held approximately $150,000 in gold coins. They were buried on his farm near Catonsville.
Old Mansion House
Located in northwest Baltimore. There are stories of a treasure of $65,000 in gold coins being buried on the Old Mansion house property.
Druid Hill Park
Located in Baltimore. For years people have been searching for a treasure here, supposedly buried by Captain Kidd the pirate.
Located approximately three miles northwest of Cambridge. Jake Hole the pirate may have buried a treasure worth $200,000 on the south shore of the Choptank River near Lodgecliffe.
Old Friends Meeting House
Located about a mile east of Easton. During the revolution, a supposed treasure of gold coins worth $50,000 was buried on or near this property.