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Thousands of bars of gold!!

The bottom line is this: There are tens of thousands of bars of gold bullion, at the very least, in caverns underneath a mountain called Victorio Peak, which is located on the White Sands Missile Range in southern New Mexico.
If you watch these most fascinating videos, your likely conclusion will be that the gold may have once existed, but that the involvement of the Army automatically means that all the gold has been removed. Take it from me, the GOLD IS STILL THERE!
Why take it from me? I am a die-hard Ron Paulian since 2006. I seek the truth in all I do. I follow the lead of Ron Paul, and I am not prone to hyperbole, exaggeration or embellishment. But, most of all, I consider myself to be the world's foremost expert on the subject.

There have been 7 books written on the subject. It has been featured on 60 Minutes, Unsolved Mysteries, many other TV shows as well as thousands of local and national newspapers such as the New York Times, Wall St. Journal, L.A. Times and many others. The subject of the gold was even brought up by Nixon counsel John Dean during the Watergate hearings.
Yet none of these attempts by major media to extract the truth from this ongoing mystery can come close to explaining what I know about Victorio Peak. I am the ultimate insider in this story.
Before I left the U.S. in 1995, I spent 3 years in New Mexico involved in all phases of the top secret excavation of Victorio Peak. Our failure to access the treasure caverns was seen by the media and many others as proof that the gold is all gone, or never really existed. But the reasons that we didn't discover the gold were not because the gold isn't there. Rather, the reasons are too numerous to go into detail right now, but they had to do with poor decision making, bad blood and the interpersonal dynamics of our group.
When you watch these videos, and I hope you do, keep in mind that I had "entangling alliances" with all the major players in this story, including Terry Delonas, the children and grandchildren of Doc and Babe Noss, Tony Jolley, Judge Moreland and others. I was considered an "adopted member" of the Noss family due to my close relationship with Terry Delonas and the daughters of Doc and Babe Noss. It is simply not possible to know what I know about this story and still have any doubt as to the existence of the treasure.
Yes, the Army DID remove some gold from the mountain in 1961. They removed, illegally, approximately 292 bars from an area of the mountain known as Soldiers' Hole. This discovery was so remarkable in itself that most casual observers of the legend believe the mountain has nothing left. I personally know individuals who were involved in the physical removal of the gold at that time. However, this gold was removed from a part of the mountain which is self-contained, and nowhere near the vast network of tunnels and caverns explored by Doc Noss in the 1930s. I have been inside Soldiers' Hole many many times, and I know the features of this mountain unlike anyone else.

It is my intention, if the dollar and the economy can somehow hold together, to one day come back to the U.S. with the goal of reopening these treasure caverns and bring this epic story to its successful conclusion. I know exactly what needs to be done to achieve re-entry into the treasure caverns.
I have always wondered if Ron Paul has heard about this story. I would imagine that he's heard something about it over the years, but likely believes, understandably, that the Army must have removed it all. Oh how I would treasure (pun intended) an hour with the great Dr. to convince him that the gold is really still there after all.

Enjoy watching, and I'll be happy to entertain any questions whatsoever!

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