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Seeking Apprentice History Researcher/KGC Treasure Hunter

Posted by Jay Longley on July 23, 2017 at 7:15 PM

I'm glad that the History Channel is still occasionally re-airing the "America Unearthed" episode "Lincoln's Secret Assassins" occasionally even though the AU show was cancelled after 3 seasons when their H2 Channel was discontinued. I wasn't paid to appear on the episode but I recently turned down a paid position with a California film production company who planned to create an entire series about the Knights of the Golden Circle and their role in the Assassination of President Lincoln. I turned their generous offer down for several reasons but the main one was that it would have interfered with my own plans regarding the KGC this fall and winter. Those plans are also the reason that I'm currently searching for a History Research/KGC Treasure Hunting apprentice. I need to find someone local (Brown County, Texas) to assist me in continuing the work that my late partner Colin Eby and I began 12 years ago. There's a hell of a lot to teach an apprentice before I know that I can fully trust them with valuable confidential information that led Colin and I to locate 3 probable KGC Treasure Depositories in Central Texas that I believe hold billions of dollars of gold (at today's market value) and priceless historical and religious artifacts. Once my apprentice is "up to snuff" with his training and when he's proven to be trustworthy, then he will become a partner in the search and recovery efforts and share in any treasure recoveries we make.

Jay Longley

Brownwood, Texas

[email protected]

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4 Comments

Reply Rebecka
10:02 PM on January 8, 2018 
I wish they didn't have to be "local". This sounds interesting.
Reply Jay Longley
10:15 PM on January 8, 2018 
Rebecka says...
I wish they didn't have to be "local". This sounds interesting.


Hi Rebecka. There are many good reasons why my apprentice must be local. The main one is that in this work, things can change very quickly and our well-funded treasure hunting competitors have wiretapped our phones, put gps tracking devices on our vehicles, stalked us to our site, buzzed us at one of our depository sites in a helicopter, hacked into our email accounts, and even opened our U.S. Mail so my apprentice must be readily available within very short notice to relate information in person, which is the only safe way of communication in this business. Welcome to our group!
Reply Rebecka
4:31 AM on January 18, 2018 
Thanks for the reply! Sounds even more interesting ... and good luck. Love the site.

Jay Longley says...
Hi Rebecka. There are many good reasons why my apprentice must be local. The main one is that in this work, things can change very quickly and our well-funded treasure hunting competitors have wiretapped our phones, put gps tracking devices on our vehicles, stalked us to our site, buzzed us at one of our depository sites in a helicopter, hacked into our email accounts, and even opened our U.S. Mail so my apprentice must be readily available within very short notice to relate information in person, which is the only safe way of communication in this business. Welcome to our group!
Reply Jay Longley
6:47 PM on January 18, 2018 
You're most welcome. I'm glad to hear you enjoy this website. I'll continue to add to it as time goes by.

Rebecka says...
Thanks for the reply! Sounds even more interesting ... and good luck. Love the site.