Looking over the latest news on Forrest’s treasure I am left unsatisfied. There’s very little about the poem itself. Forrest says the poem is built by an architect. There is something important in the way it is written. “Every word is there for a reason. All you need is the poem.” Many of the hunters have got the first two clues but Forrest says, then they go pass the next clues and miss the treasure. I think they drive past it but they get within 500 ft. of the the treasure. Those that do get close must have used the first two clues in the wright way. So what are the first two clues? How do these two clues get hunters so close. The area is huge but these two clues must identify an area unlike anywhere else.
I have noticed the info here is spread about the internet. My site has been used in many hunter sites and I say great. Use whatever you like. I would like the others to leave comments but too few are being left. Ok, can anyone tell me why this site is on the no comment list.
Here is an offer, explain how the first two clues refer to an area close to the treasure. Place your comment on this post and a team of three will vote on the clue they think is most plausible. The winner will receive $50. Really $50 will be given to who ever offers the best explanation. Here’s the rules : The decision of the three judges is final; only after 10 or more comments will there be a decision; only comments of marett will be considered. So go for it I will give away the prize.