It is a fact of history that in 1909, the Phoenix Gazette published a story about a man named Kincaid who found a cave. Kincaid claims there were statues, and gold artifacts that were Egyptian in appearance.
Did the Knights Templar find the lost treasure and bring it to the New World in 1350 AD? The clues of the location can be found on the Sword of Jerusalem which is in the hands of one person. He’s a descendant of Jacques de Molay the 23rd and last grand master of the Knights Templar who died in 1314.
Kincaid advised he worked for the Smithsonian. He also claims that the Smithsonian mounted an expedition to do further research. Kincaid disappeared never to be seen again and no one has found the cave. The Smithsonian claims he didn’t work for them, and they have no knowledge about any cave. However, research into their archives revealed one letter that did prove a man named Kincaid worked for the Smithsonian. Who is telling the truth?
This is not your typical historical fiction story. This story contains so many real facts with over 15 references and actual pictures of the possible location in book three. I have made 8 trips to the area to do research. However, the location in question is posted as a no trespassing zone and it’s a Federal Crime to Trespass. It is monitored by video cameras and guards. WHY? What are they hiding? A thrilling mystery story to read. Read my references and start your own research and adventure.
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This book can be obtained in a 3-book series, Ghost Killer, The Ancients, and Lucem Sanctum (Holy Light) or in one book format, Templars Quest: The Lost Ark.
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