Bill Warren from Carlsbad, Ca. who is president of Golden Quest, Inc. claimed the Spanish Manila Galleon, "San Francisco Xavier" has been located in Nehalem It disappeared in 1705. New technology shows the ship is there.
Bill Warren sinks time, money into quest for lost treasure. He had to post $5,000 bond and provide proof of a $1000,000 insurance policy. That was warren's last hurdle in a five month process for a permit lasting a year,
Mrs. Gaynor Ackrel who lives on Manzanita Ave. was a cook at the Wooden Ladle and has some diaries for the early settlers. Walt Stickel lives on property bought from J.D. Smith and was purchased20 years ago. The property above him was a restaurant…
John Prentiss led Hal Larson, Norma Seely and Don Acker to points on the golf course which were significant in the history of the with names such as, Tuttle, Pike and Tuthill and Bud Kretsinger, all treasure hunters searching on Neahkahnie mountain.