Finders Keepers written by member Tom Haze, tells the story of Albert Deeprise. The treasure is a bronzed statuette of 'Pegasus', encased in a white stoneware casket. The clues are contained in the story and several verses on the back of the A4 printed colour sheet. The treasure hunt first appeared in the January 1997 issue of the newsletter and still remains undiscovered to this day. So dig out you copies and get cracking, and maybe Pegasus will adorn your mantelpiece soon.
Members may follow the discussion of this hunt on the club bulletin board.
After a recent brain storming session on the club bulletin boards involving many club members, the Finders keepers treasure was eventaully unearther by Paul Harkin in April 2011, 14 years after its original burial.
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