Great Hidden Treausre of America - Beale Ciphers

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Most of American believes that Bale Document reveled the largest hidden treasure of American history and this Beale Paper reveled the location that treasure was hidden. This coded paper consists three article letters and only second Cipher could able to decoded and find out the meaning of it. Decoded second cipher mentioned the treasure include gold, gems, silver and so many valuable jewelries. This document was found by a person called Thomas Jefferson Beale in the year of 1818 and he hand over this letters to a hotel keeper Robert Morris and disappear.

According the decoded letter there estimated value of this treasure is about 63 million dollars at 2011. U.S Declaration of Independence provides valuable hints to decode the Beale letter. Decoded message of Beale mentioned that the treasure was hidden in Bedford County, Virginia State but to find exact location other two coded letters must decode. Most of people believe that this document is a fake and there is no such treasure in Balford Country.

Second Cipher which was decoded
Decoded Message of The Second Cipher

I have deposited in the county of Bedford, about four miles from Buford's, in an excavation or vault, six feet below the surface of the ground, the following articles, belonging jointly to the parties whose names are given in number three, herewith:
The first deposit consisted of ten hundred and fourteen pounds of gold, and thirty-eight hundred and twelve pounds of silver, deposited Nov. eighteen nineteen. The second was made Dec. eighteen twenty-one, and consisted of nineteen hundred and seven pounds of gold, and twelve hundred and eighty-eight of silver; also jewels, obtained in St. Louis in exchange for silver to save transportation, and valued at thirteen thousand dollars.
The above is securely packed in iron pots, with iron covers. The vault is roughly lined with stone, and the vessels rest on solid stone, and are covered with others. Paper number one describes the exact locality of the vault, so that no difficulty will be had in finding it.