Michael Kuffel’s New Book

Hey all, I just published my solution to Forrest Fenn’s hidden treasure. Hope you like it!
In 2010, Forrest Fenn hid a treasure chest in the Rocky Mountains. I began investigating this unsolved mystery in 2018 by analyzing maps, books, and online references until I pieced it all together. June 2020, My mom and I geared up and hiked off trail into the wilderness to a hidden location where the treasure appears to have sat undisturbed for nearly ten years. This publication is a synopsis of key discoveries and photos from our trek. Forrest and the finder have yet to confirm the location, and perhaps they never will, so I invite you to consider this analysis a convincing proof verified in person.

About Michael J. M. Kuffel

Mike Kuffel is a former Enterprise Data Warehouse manager at University of Washington Medicine Information Technology Services, and a graduate of Cornell University. After over 20 years managing and maintaining complex technologies, he left the workforce in 2018 to spend time with his family and began investigating the unsolved mystery of Forrest Fenn’s hidden treasure. Years of technical analysis and troubleshooting proved valuable experience for finding anomalies and nuances in the myriad images and other content in Forrest Fenn’s books and online resources. After completing the quest for the chest in June 2020, his sanity has returned to “normal.”

About bettykuffel

Author and retired medical doctor with broad interests in writing, flying, photography and outdoor life. She has Indie published 7 books, fiction & non-fiction, all available on Amazon. Writing projects include: multiple books of fiction: a medical thriller series, a psychological thriller set in 1960 co-authored with her sister Bev, and others in process. Dr. Kuffel lives in MT with husband Tom, two dogs and neighborhood deer.
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