Asheboro, North Carolina (PRWEB) April 28, 2007
Turtles Lead to Treasure by Calvin C. Keys, is an in-depth guide to locating buried treasure by learning how to decipher the symbols on ancient Spanish monuments.
Think of buried treasure and most people imagine pirate ships sunk at sea, but America is actually home to many hidden caches of gold left behind by Spaniards. Now, in the illustrated manual, Turtles Lead to Treasure, treasure expert Calvin C. Keys shows readers how to cash in.
In clear, conversational prose, Keys explains how much of the Spanish treasure was hidden within feet of special monuments, which were actually markers for the hidden gold. He explores different treasure hunting locations and procedures, and shows how to decode the symbols on the monuments.
Author Keys grew up loving stories about hidden treasures. In 1983, he began researching different types of treasure and discovered that the Spanish hid gold from their mines, and used an elaborate system of monuments and symbols as a map to refind it. One of the few books about Spanish monuments and symbols, Turtles Lead to Treasure also includes a wealth of never-before-published photographs.
Spanish riches are there for the taking, suggests Keys. This informative guide can set any reader on the road to wealth--and provide them with hours of fun doing it.
For more information or to request a free review copy, please contact the author at turtletrails @ yahoo.com. Turtles Lead to Treasure is available for sale online at Amazon.com, Borders.com, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
About the Author
Calvin C. Keys has over two decades of research and field work experience in studying Spanish monuments and the symbols that lead to hidden treasure. He lives in Asheboro, North Carolina.
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