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Heart-shaped stone could lead to $200 million gold mine! - Legend of Superstition Mountains

Drawings in a 'cave-painting' style showing a heart-shape with '1847' in the middle

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A team of gold hunters heads into the allegedly cursed mountain range, known as the Superstition Mountains, in search of lost treasure said to be worth $200 million. The Superstition Mountains is a mountain range based in Arizona located to the east of the metropolitan area of Phoenix. An apache legend claims that an angry god and the mouth to hell lay hidden in these canyons. But gold hunters have still flocked to the site over the centuries because there's also the possibility of 200 million dollars in gold. This 200 million dollar treasure is a lost fortune at the center of a 500-year-old mystery. A mystery that links the conquistadors (a secretive religious order an ancient warrior tribe) and a madman whose discovery created a legend. Thousands have tried and failed to decode the cryptic clues leaving a trail of bodies and blood for anyone who gets too close to the truth. But now new evidence will dare a brave few to defy the curse in search of America's deadliest treasure.