Who never wanted to get rich overnight? Every citizen of the planet's dream is to win the lottery and not have to worry about paying for a child's school, electricity, insurance, taxis, and be able to buy cars, jewelry, and covers that the money can.
If you play the lottery every day and haven't won anything yet, calm down, there's still a chance to wake up as a millionaire. Many fortunes were lost in the course of history. Today we are going to give you all the information that the brave need to find great fortunes around the world in this list of 6 treasures that you can still find.
Treasure in the Mojave Desert
Experts believe that a large tide from the Gulf of California collided with the Colorado River, and too much water caused a Spanish ship to be carried to the Salton Sea. The ship was supposed to have thousands of pearls on board and was never found.
Jean Lafitte's treasure
After Lafitte died, between 1823 and 1830, several small treasures are believed to have been buried off the coast of New Orleans.
Treasury of San Miguel
The plan was to leave Cuba just before the hurricane season began to not risk being plundered by pirates. However, hurricanes hit the ships, and the entire fleet sank. Seven ships have already been found along with some riches, but they say that the ship San Miguel was the one that contained the most weight, and this one was never found.
The Treasure Map on the Dead Sea Scrolls
Now it's easy to find, isn't it? It wasn't. The map is all in ancient Hebrew, a language that we only know from other ancient scriptures. Not only that, but the instructions are given as follows: "At the funeral temple, on the third stone path: 100 pieces of gold". To understand all this, it is vital to know Israel's geography in the 4th century BC.
Tomb of Emperor Tu Duc
Then you think, "But someone must have carried that whole fortune into hiding." Yes, but the emperor loved his gold so much that he executed all 200 servants who participated in the tomb's construction.