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The Secret Caves of "Doc" Noss

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Creato da Kyle Philson and Cam Hale and Expanded Perspectives, autore scoperto da Player FM e dalla nostra community - Il copyright è detenuto dall'editore, non da Player FM, e l'audio viene riprodotto direttamente dal suo server. Clicca sul pulsante Iscriviti per rimanere aggiornato su Player FM, o incolla l'URL del feed in un altra app per i podcast.
On this episode of Expanded Perspectives, the boys start the show off talking about the recent ice/snowstorm, Cam's tooth issue, and more. Then, a Chicago woman at her father's apartment sees a Glimmer Man! Next, some police officers back in the summer of 1989 in Washington state, see a strange glowing orb with a creature walking inside!
After the break Cam brings up the strange legend of the Victorio Peak Treasure and Milton Ernest "Doc" Noss. Victorio Peak, a craggy outcropping of rock barely five hundred feet tall, lies in the center of a dry desert lake known as the Hembrillo Basin. Beyond the Hembrillo Basin is a hundred-mile stretch of desert known as the Jornada del Muerto. Victorio Peak, located in northern Dona Ana County, now lies within the White Sands Missile Range in south-central New Mexico. However, long before Victorio Peak was encompassed by the government, a man by the name of Milton Ernest “Doc” Noss spent some time exploring Victorio Peak while on a deer hunt. Inside he found a hoard of treasure including coins, jewels, saddles, and priceless artifacts including a gold statue of the Virgin Mary. He also found some old letters, the most recent of which was dated 1880. This treasure was only the beginning. In a deeper cavern, Doc found what he thought was a stack of worthless iron bars. He estimated there were thousands of these bars, each weighing over forty pounds stacked against a wall. He was barely able to lift one, much less think of carrying it back to the surface. Later, the wealth in the cave would be calculated to be worth more than two billion dollars. But he would never obtain all of the treasure, it seems that the government swooped in and took it all. Others claim it was a giant hoax!
All of this and more on this week's episode of Expanded Perspectives!
Sponsors:

  • Lumi Labs: Microdose is available nationwide. To get 30% off your first order just go to Microdose.com and use the code EXPANDED
Want to Share Your Story?

  • Email: expandedperspectives@yahoo.com
  • Hotline: 888-393-2783
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The Secret Caves of "Doc" Noss

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Creato da Kyle Philson and Cam Hale and Expanded Perspectives, autore scoperto da Player FM e dalla nostra community - Il copyright è detenuto dall'editore, non da Player FM, e l'audio viene riprodotto direttamente dal suo server. Clicca sul pulsante Iscriviti per rimanere aggiornato su Player FM, o incolla l'URL del feed in un altra app per i podcast.
On this episode of Expanded Perspectives, the boys start the show off talking about the recent ice/snowstorm, Cam's tooth issue, and more. Then, a Chicago woman at her father's apartment sees a Glimmer Man! Next, some police officers back in the summer of 1989 in Washington state, see a strange glowing orb with a creature walking inside!
After the break Cam brings up the strange legend of the Victorio Peak Treasure and Milton Ernest "Doc" Noss. Victorio Peak, a craggy outcropping of rock barely five hundred feet tall, lies in the center of a dry desert lake known as the Hembrillo Basin. Beyond the Hembrillo Basin is a hundred-mile stretch of desert known as the Jornada del Muerto. Victorio Peak, located in northern Dona Ana County, now lies within the White Sands Missile Range in south-central New Mexico. However, long before Victorio Peak was encompassed by the government, a man by the name of Milton Ernest “Doc” Noss spent some time exploring Victorio Peak while on a deer hunt. Inside he found a hoard of treasure including coins, jewels, saddles, and priceless artifacts including a gold statue of the Virgin Mary. He also found some old letters, the most recent of which was dated 1880. This treasure was only the beginning. In a deeper cavern, Doc found what he thought was a stack of worthless iron bars. He estimated there were thousands of these bars, each weighing over forty pounds stacked against a wall. He was barely able to lift one, much less think of carrying it back to the surface. Later, the wealth in the cave would be calculated to be worth more than two billion dollars. But he would never obtain all of the treasure, it seems that the government swooped in and took it all. Others claim it was a giant hoax!
All of this and more on this week's episode of Expanded Perspectives!
Sponsors:

  • Lumi Labs: Microdose is available nationwide. To get 30% off your first order just go to Microdose.com and use the code EXPANDED
Want to Share Your Story?

  • Email: expandedperspectives@yahoo.com
  • Hotline: 888-393-2783
  continue reading

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