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Gardeau, Pennsylvania and $5,000,000 in Lost Silver

Charles B

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latitude 41.621 and longitude -78.224. The elevation is 1,296 feet. Gardeau appears on the Emporium U.S. Geological Survey Map. McKean County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours)

Gardeau Pennsylvania

Not only a ghost town....but a ghost town with a treasure legend attached to it! How is this for a hunting opportunity?

The history of Gardeau is one of intrigue, wealth and legend. If you are to believe the arm chair historians $5,000,000 million dollars in silver bullion lies buried just beneath the surface; waiting to be discovered; the mysterious tomb of Col. Noah Parker guarding the secrets of the McKean County ghost hamlet.

Gardeau, a lumber ghost town that has been popularized by the legend of


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I have pictures of gardeau , the hotel and pictures from the late 1800 and early 1900 if you would like to see them contact me at