Who Is Forrest Fenn How Old Is He, his wife/ girlfriend, Net Worth, Parent, Forrest Fenn Age Height, Weight Know More About Him Here :-
|Full Name||Rajpal Yadav|
|Famous For||Comedy Actor|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 161 cm
in meters- 1.61 m
in feet inches- 5ft 3inch
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 58 kg
in Pounds- 128 lbs
|Body Measurements (approx.)||Chest: 36 Inches
Waist: 28 Inches
Biceps: 13 Inches
|Date of Birth||16 March 1971|
|Age (as in 2019)||48 Year|
|Birthplace||Kundra, Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Pisces|
|Hometown||Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|College/University||Bhartendu Academy of Dramatic Arts, Lucknow
National School of Drama, New Delhi
|Educational Qualification||Not Known|
|Political Inclination||Not Known|
|Relationships & More|
|Parents||Father- Not Known
Mother- Not Known
|Favorite Food||Not Known|
|Salary||50 Lakh Per Movie|
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- The Fenn Treasure is a cache of gold and jewels which Forrest Fenn, an art dealer and author from Santa Fe, New Mexico, claims is hidden in the Rocky Mountains of the United States.
- Forrest Fenn was a pilot in the Air Force, obtaining the rank of Major and awarded the Silver Star for his service in the Vietnam War where he flew 328 combat missions in 365 days.He retired from the Air Force and ran the Arrowsmith-Fenn Gallery with his partner Rex Arrowsmith, which became the Fenn Galleries which he operated with his wife Peggy. The gallery was located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and sold a variety of American Indian artifacts, paintings, bronze sculptures, and other art, including forged copies of works by Modigliani, Monet, Degas, and other artists. The gallery reportedly grossed $6 million a year.
In 1988, Fenn was diagnosed with cancer and given a prognosis that it was likely terminal. This inspired him to hide a treasure chest in an outdoor location with the purpose of creating a public search for it. He also intended the location to be his final resting place, with the treasure as a legacy. He recovered from the illness and self-published The Thrill of the Chase: A Memoir in 2010, a collection of short stories from his life. He describes a treasure chest that he says contains gold nuggets, rare coins, jewelry, and gemstones, and he says that it was hidden “in the mountains somewhere north of Santa Fe”. Fenn says that the book also contains clues to the chest’s location in the form of a poem that he had written, and it prompted a treasure hunt in the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana. Its value has been estimated to be $2 million, depending on the appraisal of the items.
Before the treasure hunt, Fenn conflicted with authorities over Federal antiquities law. FBI agents raided his home in 2009 as part of an investigation into artifact looting in the Four Corners area and seized items, but he was not charged. Two people targeted in the case committed suicide, and Fenn has blamed the FBI for their deaths.
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Four people have died while searching for the treasure. Pete Kassetas was the New Mexico State Police Chief in 2017, and he publicly implored Fenn to end the treasure hunt because it was a danger to public safety.
- Randy Bilyeu went missing in January 2016 and was found dead in July. His body was discovered by workers along the Rio Grande, and an autopsy could not determine cause of death. Bilyeu’s ex-wife has publicly stated her belief that the Fenn Treasure is a hoax.
- Jeff Murphy (53) of Batavia, Illinois was found dead in Yellowstone National Park on June 9, 2017 after falling about 500 feet down a steep slope. Yellowstone officials did provide details to the public concerning their investigation, but KULR-TV filed a Freedom of Information Act request. The television station reports that Murphy’s wife told park authorities that he was looking for the treasure when she first reported him missing.
- Pastor Paris Wallace of Grand Junction, Colorado told family members that he was searching for a buried treasure, but he failed to show up for a planned family meeting on June 14, 2017. His car was found parked near the Taos Junction Bridge and his body was found dead 5 to 7 miles (8–11 km) downstream along the Rio Grande.