Originally posted by Jude:
Just came back from our first trip to Ambergris. Next year, thinking about staying on Southwest Caye and Glover's Reef. Can anyone shed share some info about the wrecks in this area and the supposed treasure/s to be located there? Are there any parts of the reef that one is allowed to seek treasure in or is the whole thing a reserve? Can special permission to seek treasure be aquired and does anyone know of maps of sunken wrecks or who to contact for more information?
Yes, yes, yes! There are untold riches to be harvested from this area and I, and only I, have detailed maps showing exactly where all the treasures are. I only offer these maps as I have already made millions and millions of dollars in treasure-hunting and now simply wish to share my secrets with others so that they, too, may become rich beyond their, and even my, wildest dreams.
In order to receive these one-of-a-kind and nearly guaranteed (to within a few nautical miles) maps, simply click on www.sanpedrosc.org
and, using the PayPal link, send ALL of your money along to Easy Ernie's Luncheonette and part-time Paintball Arcade. Upon receipt of your funds in our accounts, we will begin the process of unrolling, drying and and shipping your maps.
The treasure areas have been previously reserved. However, permission to over-ride the reserves can possibly be obtained (maybe) to actually hunt for and retrieve the treasures. In order to receive those clearances, simply send in all the rest of the money you can gather together in any method (must be equal to or greater than twice the original amount submitted) and send it in the same manner, or as cash in a plain white envelope to Ernie's Maps 'n Things, Spring, Texas, General Delivery. Once those funds are received into our accounts, we will contract representatives to act on your behalf in all necessary paperwork and political payments required in the process.
Be assured that we have your very best interests at heart and will work to our utmost abilities so that you may begin your search(es) at the earliest possible opportunity.
Thank you for your request and, in advance, all the money you can find.
And Happy Hunting!!
Jack Gusto, treasure-hunter extraordinaire