Caves & Treasures In Oklahoma
"Oklahoma Treasures and Treasure Tales" by Steve Wilson mentions that the caverns are many in the Arbuckles in Southern Oklahoma. Any one of them might be the treasure cave.
One maze of underground rooms is known as "Dead Man's Cave." Another is "Wild Woman Cave." Then there are Crystal Cave and three bearing the name Jesse James, supposedly named for the occupant. Still more caves are unnamed.
This is a link to Dennis Muncrief's webpage where he tell's how "Wild Woman Cave" got its name, along with pics of the Wild Woman! His link is: Wild Woman Cave.
Part of the United States government payroll may yet molder in some dark, musty cavern near Mill Creek, not far from the deserted ruins that were once Fort Arbuckle. Has anyone ever exposed the gold-filled coffee cans?
Check out Google's books and especially Oklahoma Treasures and Treasure Tales by Steve Wilson for more history of Oklahoma's Caves and Treasure Tales.
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