This is the seventh installment of the ways in which searchers…and others…communicate with Forrest and visa versa. You may have read one or two of these elsewhere. I think there is useful information in these notes…
As in the previous email pages, the notes both to and from Forrest have sometimes been edited for brevity’s sake. Names have been changed, but the humor and confusion have been left intact…
How would you like to receive a few hundred of these in a day?…
Will you talk to someone that solved your poem before they go get it.And by talk I mean explain why there but they would tell you where since your memory is fading Forrest Fenn
My memory is fading so fast I don’t remember what you said. Can you tell me again please. f
Dear Mr. Fenn,
How are you Sir? My adventure to seek the hidden treasure will begin very soon. Before I begin my adventure, I have two questions for you. How will the location of the treasure chest remain a secret if it’s also your final resting place? One cannot take one to the resting place if one has passed. Can one find the general location of the treasure just by studying the poem and reading your books without ever been to the Rocky’s?
Looking forward to your wise response. Thank you.
You underestimate me sir. f
Can I email you where treasure is? I know.
Yes, but why don’t you just go get it and then we can talk? f
How often do you check it? I’ll be going to the destination to claim the elusive prize on Wednesday. I’m leaving here in the morning and should be there before sunset. Please be sure to check your mail before retiring for the night on Wednesday. Please mark my words. On Wednesday everyone can cease their searches. It will be done.
How fast do you plan to drive sir? Please fasten your seatbelt securely. f
My brother and I have recently begun our search for your treasure. We
believe we know where it is, but we are nervous to look as we believe it
would be illegal to dig here. Im assuming that might be why its no place for
the meak 🙂 What would you say if we said it was buried somewhere under this
square of dirt?:
I wouldn’t say anything Mitch. f
(This response from Forrest was to a woman who planned to ask me to accompany her on her search in bear country.)
If you want Dal to accompany you on your search in griz country you should contact him directly. But beware for three reasons:
1. He’s a coward when it comes to sacrificing his life for two beautiful women.
2. He suffers from grizzlitis, which is incurable.
3. He can out run you.
Good luck in the hunt. f
I will find your treasure or die trying.
Where would you like me to send flowers? f
If I might be so bold as to humbly implore your aid. I am pursuing direction with regard to a certain work. If you would be able to assist, guide, or direct me with the following question, I would be forever temporally grateful.
Question: When the “Sun” and the “Moon” are in their prime, does one join them in the “secret fire of the sages” or under the external influence of Vulcan?
Thank you for being forever temporally grateful. Both the sun and moon are past their prime so I think your soomonna should be allocated with mykanther riggens to effect maximum alkabate, otherwise the third sedentary might implure your aggrabate. What do you think? f
I would like to know how you came into your wealth, and how you find the
time to write books. People’s stories are always interesting and inspiring
to me, and I’d very much like to hear your story – provided you have time to
share it with me!
I was successful because I took the time to sit down for a few minutes each day and think. Try that and see if it will work for you. f
(This is a question from a TV reporter who’s story already aired. The day after it’s airing she followed up with an important question about information she got wrong in the story.}
I should have asked yesterday: have you said the treasure is buried in New Mexico?
I have never said the treasure was buried, I said it was hidden, I didn’t want to give that as a clue. I have not said it was in New Mexico. I only said it was in the Rocky Mountains north of Santa Fe. f
I am a very meek person not to mention out of shape. I will always muster all the strenght and courage I have in order to go in there. to be honest I am scared to death. But it is part of the solution so I have no choice but to do it to get your treasure chest.
Please don’t look for the treasure in a place where a 79 or 80 year old man could not have hidden it. Be safe please. f
sr if it wouldn’t be to much to ask could you tell me what month you hid it so when I go the water is gone thank you for your time
I don’t remember what year it was, much less the month. Sorry. f
I Solved the riddle, And do not know whom to contact.
Contact your banker and the IRS. f