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Cocos Island

Cocos Island might be aid to be the original Treasure Island. The first claims of treasure buried on the island came from a woman named Mary Welsh, who claimed 350 tons of gold raided from Spanish galleons had been buried on the island. She had been a member of a pirate crew led by Captain Bennett Graham, and was transported to an Australian penal colony for her crimes. She possessed a chart showing where Graham’s treasure was supposed to be hidden. On her release she returned to the island with an expedition, which had no success in finding anything, with the points of reference in the chart having disappeared.

Another pirate supposed to have buried treasure on the island was the Portuguese Benito Bonito. Though Bonito was hunted down and executed, his treasure was never retrieved.

The best known of the treasure legends tied to the island is that of the Treasure of Lima. In 1820, with the army of José de San Martín approaching Lima, Viceroy José de la Serna is supposed to have entrusted treasure from the city to British trader Captain William Thompson for safekeeping until the Spaniards could secure the country. Instead of waiting in the harbor as they were instructed, Thompson and his crew killed the Viceroy’s men and sailed to Cocos, where they buried the treasure. Shortly afterwards, they were apprehended by a Spanish warship. All of the crew except Thompson and his first mate were executed for piracy. The two said they would show the Spaniards where they had hidden the treasure in return for their lives – but after landing on Cocos, they escaped into the forest.

Hundreds of attempts to find treasure on the island have failed. Several early expeditions were mounted on the basis of claims by a man named Keating, who was supposed to have befriended Thompson. On one trip, Keating was said to have retrieved gold and jewels from the treasure. Prussian adventurer August Gissler lived on the island for most of the period from 1889 until 1908, hunting the treasure with the small success of finding six gold coins


UFO researcher, George Filer, contributes to thousands of folks in the UFO research community each week with his email update of “Filers Files”, a weekly update of some of the most significant recent sightings of—and personal encounters with—unidentified aerial craft and their crews. In Filers Files 2009 – Issue #38, a most fascinating report came to him from two of his subscribers, Richard and Dorothy Buchli.

Using the Google Earth website (which can be downloaded free), the two researchers were scanning the surface of the Moon using the Google Earth photographic data. Google Earth allows its viewers to scan a mosaic of high-resolution photographs of the Moon in a manner simulating flying over the surface. One can use simple controls to go down low and explore craters and other features as small as a few hundred feet in size.

While scanning across the lunar surface, a strange anomaly was observed in the moon’s Sea of Serenity. Further inspection indicated an artificial structure on the surface. The structure could be a surface facility or possibly a spacecraft of unknown origin. Whatever it is, it does not have characteristics of any natural features. Many 90 degree angles can be seen in its construction.


The Lost City of Z is the name given by Col. Percy Harrison Fawcett, a British surveyor, to a city that he thought existed in the jungle of the Matto Grosso region of Brazil. This mysterious city is referenced in a document known as Manuscript 512, housed at the National Library of Rio de Janeiro by Portuguese slave-hunter (bandeirante) João da Silva Guimarães who wrote that he’d visited the city in 1753. The city is described in great detail without providing a specific location. Guimaraes wrote of massive ruined buildings, gold coins strewn about the streets and ghostly forces that began to devastate his expedition. He sent two natives back with his report but the main expedition vanished into the jungles of the Matto Grasso.

Fawcett allegedly heard about this city in the early 1900s and went to Rio de Janeiro to learn more, and came across the earlier report. He was about to go in search of the city when World War I intervened. In 1925, Fawcett, his son Jack, and Raleigh Rimell disappeared in the Mato Grosso while searching for Z.

Although a lengthy search for the lost city was made in the Mato Grosso, Manuscript 512 was written after explorations made in the sertão of the province of Bahia.