Hatfield Village - Jackson County
French explorers are said to have buried a large bag of gold Indian artifacts, found on an
Indian mound, at the East and Black Fork junction of the Black River, by Hatfield Village in
Jackson County. Wisconsin is the burial/effigy mound capital of North America. There
was a time when they were everywhere and in plain site. The larger conical mounds
would tempt any would be grave robbers. Hatfield is an unincorporated community
founded by Norbert St. Germaine in 1836 and is best known as the home of Mitchell
Redcloud, Jr. - Ho Chunk warrior and Korean War Medal of Honor recipient.
A wagon of gold, worth $200,000, is supposedly buried in a swampy area south of
Balsam Lake. It lies seven miles northeast of St. Croix Falls. It belonged to miners
returning from Montana. Their treasure laden wagon sank in quicksand-like soil due to
heavy rains. Huh??? I know of sphagnum bogs in this area, but quicksand? Here's a
possible related news item from Balsam Lake...
A Polk County Sheriff's Deputy had to fire a shot at a Balsam Lake man he says was
trying to hit him with a crowbar. It started last Tuesday when deputies say Martin
Chapman was trying to pay for gas with silver coins and was causing problems at the
gas station. When the officer tried to pull him over, he fled. Investigators say he stopped
at a house, got a crowbar and refused to drop it. The officer tasered and pepper-sprayed
Chapman, but says he didn't stop and threatened the deputy with the crowbar until the
deputy fired a shot.The sheriff says Chapman wasn't hit but pretended to be. He's facing
attempted battery to an officer.
The sheriff says Chapman considers himself a sovereign citizen and tried to pay his
$35,000 cash bond with 30 silver pieces.
On the lake front of the city of Superior, old gold coins have been found. They come from
the sunken ship, Benjamin Noble, which was carrying over $100.000 in gold coins at the
time of it's sinking. The ship, recklessly overloaded with iron rails, went down in a
blinding snowstorm off the Duluth/Superior shore in 1914.
Portage -In 1953, a boy swimming in the Wisconsin River, found three ten pound gold
bars on the east river bank half a mile south of Portage. The source of this wealth was a
riverboat that sank in 1870 with $100,000 in gold on board.
One mile south of De Soto, artifacts and coins are found washed up along the shore of
the Mississippi River. A sunken paddlewheel steamer, the remains of which are
sometimes visible at low tide, is the source of the treasure.
Sam "Samoots" Amatuna,one of the many presidents of the Unione Siciliana and a
frequent Wisconsin visitor is said to have buried $50,000 in paper currency wrapped in a
canvas bundle just north of Pell Lake. He didn't live long enough to collect his stash. He
was shot while sitting in a barbers chair in Chicago. Amatuna is also the supposed
source of a hidden trove of buried silver coins in the same area.
Compiled by Mary Sutherland
Gathering to Zion
The Mormons believe that the
Burlington Area is the
'Promised Land' - The place
that Jesus Christ will return to
during the End Days. It is one
of the sacred places their
people are to gather during
Cup Stone pointing to ancient
battlefield and effigy mounds
Twisted Trees Indicate Strong
Vortex Site. Here is where we
experience Time Jumping.
Ancient Earthen Mound Local
The Burlington Vortex Woods
Tour is an experience of a
lifetime. Phaseshifting -
dimensional and time
jumping- connecting to the
spirit world -Hidden Worlds
and Fairy Kingdoms... There
is nothing in the world that
compares to the 'Haunted
Photo shows one group
walking next to themselves in
a parallel universe
|The Burlington Mounds
"...A race that long has passed
away built them.
A disciplined and populous
race heaped, with long toil, the
The red man came—
The roaming hunter tribes,
warlike and fierce, and the
mound builders vanished from
The gopher now mines the
ground where stood the
All is gone...All—save the piles
of earth that hold their bones
and the platforms where they
worshipped their unknown
Burlington Wisconsin is alive in
the occult, built on 27 ancient
burial mounds and ancient
home to the 'Followers of Horus"
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