Lost Dutchman Mine
Somewhere deep in the vast and rugged Superstition Mountains
of Arizona, there lies hidden a gold mine of immense richness. It
was allegedly discovered by a prospector named Jacob Waltz, an old
German immigrant who wandered the Superstitions during the early
1880's. He claimed the mine was so rich that the gold could be
removed with only a knife.
Waltz died on October 25, 1891, but he left behind many clues
as to the location of his fabulous mine. One clue was to look for
a pointed peek. Many people believe this peak is the landmark
known today as Weaver's Needle. He also claimed his mine was
located where no miner would ever look. Many old maps have
A surfaced purporting to show the location of Waltz's treasure, but
none have proven genuine.
Today the Superstition Mountains continue to draw those who
seek the fabled wealth of the King of precious metals. And
Weaver's Needle still stands guard over Jacob Waltz's tantalizing
secret... the LOST DUTCHMAN MINE.
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