Pirate Treasure found buried at Gore Springs

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A pirate chest dated to the mid 1700's, containing Spanish gold, exotic pearls and gemstones has been found at Gore Springs in Mississippi. Two women were riding the sand on a 4 wheeler when a tire hit a solid object protruding out of the sand, near the land bank. The ladies hooked a chain to the mysterious box and pulled up an old chest, spilling a few gold coins. The exact location of the find is being kept secret until further investigation of the site for other historical artifacts.
The chest has been identified as property of Captain Kidd of Nova Scotia. New evidence shows Captain Kidds ship, The WidowMaker was recovered in the new world waters showing Kidd beat Colombus to America by 100 years.
Total treasure amout is being estimated at 12 million in American currency.

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