The Legendary Kokoweef Mountain Underground River of Gold: The Search Continuesby Glenn A. Terris
Fearing discovery by others of his extraordinary find, Earl Dorr set off an explosion in 1927 that sealed a cave entrance in Kokoweef Peak in the Ivanpah Mountain Range. He had followed a treasure map given to him by two Indians and rediscovered within the mountain a river with black sand rich with fine gold, allegedly the richest gold deposit in the US. Dorr died without revealing the location of this entrance, giving birth to the legend of the Underground River of Gold. This book takes an in-depth look at the life of Earl Dorr and his search for this river. To this day, the legend continues to draw fortune hunters to discover new tunnels and caverns in Kokoweef in hopes of finding one that will lead to the gold.
Share this book to the following social media outlets:
|Book Title||The Legendary Kokoweef Mountain Underground River of Gold: The Search Continues|
|Author||Glenn A. Terris|
|Date Published||June 04, 2019|