Forrest Fenn – Q+A

Forrest Fenn – Q+A


(upbeat music) (engine revs) (sighs) – What’s up, Feed? Hey, bud, why don’t you
go ahead and park this? Good catch. – Don’t scratch her. – Hello and welcome to… What’s the show called, again? – BuzzFeed Unsolved Post Mortem. – That’s what it was. BuzzFeed Unsolved: Post Mortem. We’re gonna answer some
questions that you guys had about the episode, I think. Oh yeah.
– What are we talking about? – We’re talking about the treasure hunt. Oh, man. Bummer we missed out on that. – Yeah, could have used some
extra walking around money, you know what I’m talking about? – Yeah, we could’ve used some extra walking around money for sure. Maybe some extra little save-away funds. But you know, you can’t win ’em all. Anyways, we’re answering
questions about Forrest Fenn. We got them from these
social media accounts. You know, FB, IG…
– Follow and subscribe. – YT.
– Whatever, who cares? – You know what the deal is, right? You’ve watched this show before, I assume. – They’ve seen it. – Okay. Why don’t we jump into these Q’s, huh? – Yeah, sure. – All right, uh, TJ,
how does my hair look? – Be truthful with him, TJ. – Now this comes from
Barbara May on YouTube. “For the Post Mortem:
could it have been possible “that the blaze was
the water in the falls? “Could be white if it’s rushing,
but not necessarily white. “And that the box was behind the waterfall “where it was wet but not
technically in the water. “I also believe he could have
hiked down there with the box. “Remember, he didn’t
have the bring it uphill “because he left it there.” – Sounds dangerous, I gotta be honest. – Yeah, yeah.
– I gotta be honest. – You know, I mean, I
considered when I was out there that maybe the blaze would be the rushing white of this waterfall. – You did say that. – I said that.
I remember you said, “I would consider that this might be “the rushing white of the waterfall.” When I said, “I’ll consider it.” – I did consider. Ultimately, it didn’t
matter what I considered or what I thought out there because we didn’t find the treasure. (laughs) You know? – Yeah, we didn’t find it. – I’m serious, we didn’t find it. – What other white blazes
could it have been? – I mean, I’ve seen a
lot of things out there. There’s a couple more Q’s here
that talk about this blaze. Everyone seems to want to
know what the blaze is. Take a number. Everyone wants to know what this is. If we knew, we’d have the treasure and we wouldn’t be here
right now, you know? – Yeah. Why would we be
here if we had the treasure? That’s something you gotta… – You gotta think about that for a second. – You gotta think about that. Let’s go to ‘gram town. Here’s from Itscheryllll. “I had a feeling you
guys were really close.” Sweet of you. “Would you guys ever try
hunting for this treasure again, “or hunting treasure again in general?” I gotta say, I think
we got a knack for it. – Yeah, I mean, you know,
we didn’t find it this time, but I got a good feeling
that we may have better luck on the next treasure hunt. – Now, for some reason, I
don’t feel all that compelled to go back out looking for
Forrest Fenn’s treasure. I don’t know why. – There’s no particular reason. – But, yeah, we could go
check out some other treasure. There’s, like, pirate treasure over there on the East coast or something. – Yeah, yeah, I think we
could do something like that. – Oughta pick that up, too. – Well, we could maybe stop off on one of those islands on our flight. – That’s true. – Yeah, maybe we’ll try
another treasure hunt. I don’t see why we would need to. I feel like we proved what
we needed to prove here. I think we gave it our
all, we did the research, we ultimately didn’t find it. – No. You know what, though? By all means, have at it. Get out there. – If anything, I think this
should encourage all of you to get outdoors.
– Get out there. Go looking for it. – Do the research. – First, though, be safe. Second, don’t be disappointed
if you don’t find it. It’s really about experience, right? – Indiana Jones once said, if you want to be a good archaeologist, you gotta get out of the library, okay? And that’s what we did. And you know, sometimes
it doesn’t work out. Sorry, my bracelet keeps
hitting this table. – Yeah, you gotta get used to it. – Not a bad thing to get used
to, you know what I’m saying? All right, what are we doing here? Facebook? – Yeah, whatever. – Andy Smith. “Question for Post Mortem. “So what would Ricky Goldsworth do “with all that treasure, hmm? “Also, I love y’all, LMAO, you’re fabbu.” And there’s a heart emoji. – He’s laughing his ass off. – Hashtag #yaaaaass. – Laughing his ass off. (laughs)
– He is laughing his ass off. – Can you imagine this guy out
there laughing his ass off? – Yeah, I can imagine it. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Would would Ricky Goldsworth do… What would he do with all that treasure? I gotta imagine Ricky would probably put it away in a lot of offshore accounts. He might invest it in some shady business because that’s what his dealings are like. He might buy a nice suit,
maybe he’ll buy some rings. – A big ol’ bucket of pomade. – Yeah, get a fancy car, maybe
carpool to work with his pal. – Sure. Share the car. – I’m just spit-balling here. These are ideas of what he would do if he found the treasure. – But that’s Ricky. – That’s Ricky. I’m just plain ol’ Ryan Bergara, here. So, you know, don’t get fooled. I’m here, still, see? – That’s a good trick. Let’s hop back over to ‘gram town, maybe. – Yeah. – Here’s from carley_rumfelt. “Why y’all wanna die so bad?” – That’s nice.
– I don’t want to die. I want to live forever. – I don’t mind dying, you know?
I’ve had a good life so far. – You’re ready to check out? – Maybe a recent event makes me feel a little bit more ready to check out. I feel like I’ve accomplished a lot. – Yeah. Yeah, I guess, kill us, you know? (laughs) Hey, whatever. – Yeah, why not, you know? – It’s been a pretty
daring season in terms of challenging people to murder us. – For sure. And not one has come
knocking on that door. – Try it now. I’m not saying I’m gonna be
flanked by security guards, but give it a shot. – Hope you’ve been taking
some of my fingerprints to get past the security gates. – I’ve burned mine off. – Oh, I should do that. How much is that service? – I’m wiping out my print on this Earth. I don’t want people to be able to track me down, at this point. – Where’d you get it
done? How much is that? – It’s, like, one of those orbs that you put your fingers on. It’s featured in Men in Black,
which seems like fiction, but it’s a real thing. You can buy them at Spencer’s. – How much they run you? – Oh, just $14,000. – Oh, that’s cheap. I should probably get that done. I’ve been thinking about
getting my prints removed. – You don’t want
fingerprints, I’m telling you. – Okay, let’s move on to YouTube. This is from Michael Gutierrez. “For Post Mortem: How
about if it isn’t real? “Maybe Fenn made it all
just to incentivize people “to get out more. “It is possible he just
wants the kids to be out of “their X-Box Playstations or
whatever and walk outside. “Also, while we’re here, why
don’t you use metal detectors? “If gold is indeed in that box of bronze, “it could have been made
a bit easier to find.” – (laughs) Use metal detectors. We’re looking across four states, here. Yeah, sure, we’ll bring a
metal detector next time. What’s going on here, Michael? – You know, you’ve gotta
have a little bit of decorum, I think, when it comes
to treasure hunting. I’m not gonna walk around
there with some headphones and a metal detector.
– You’re looking like a dork. – I’ve already done my research. I’m a confident treasure hunter. I don’t need a treasure. I don’t need a metal detector. He probably uses a bazooka
when he’s playing Call of Duty. No class. – I’ve never played the game.
– No class. – Is that no class? – That’s no class. A noob tube. – ‘Gram town, baby. Here’s from Mo_rg_an_. – Oh, by the way, I gotta
mention, for the metal detector, our QC team, they also asked why we didn’t have a metal detector. – Everybody’s a critic. – Everybody’s a critic here, at the ‘Feed. One of the things I won’t
miss, you know what I’m saying? – ‘Gram town. Mo_rg_an_. “Post all of your recent purchases
since filming the episode “so I can see if you guys “are spending some mad treasure cash.” – No. – What’s with the third degree, here? – Why would I show you what I’ve been purchasing…
– Is it third degree or first degree? What’s the expression? – I don’t even know what
you’re talking about. I was distracted by the shine of my watch. – That’s a shiny-ass watch. – It’s a shiny watch. I actually just got it polished this a.m. – You paid me $14,000. (laughs) You said, “We’re doing
a Post Mortem today. “I’ll give you $14,000
to polish my watch.” And I said, “I don’t need it, but sure.” – And then I said, “Looks
good, but do it again, please.” – There you go. You do what you gotta do to
make a buck in this world. But if your friend says,
“I’ll give you $14,000, “no make that $19,000, to
polish my watch twice.” – Yeah, twice. – Yeah, I’ll do it. – Also, we were just asked about
our receipts and purchases. I didn’t realize we were being audited. – Oh, yeah, why don’t you show
up with a fucking warrant. – We went for a treasure hunt. They’re trying to see if
maybe our lifestyle changed. Personally, I balk at that. – [Shane] Same ol’ boys. – I think it’s preposterous.
– Same ol’ boys. – We’re the same guys. You could split-screen
this image right here. We’ll give you a nice… – Look at season one. We look the same. – Rest naturally? – Yeah. – Okay, now look at that image right there next to the first image
of our first Post Mortem. – [Shane] Same. – It’s the mirror image. If the clothes were the same… – These spot-the-difference games are getting harder and harder. (cell phone rings) Oh, shit, hang on a sec. I gotta… Hello? Roberto! Yes, the blue one. No, I don’t… – Make sure it’s the triple deck. – Yeah, the triple deck? Just have it in the marina. I don’t give a shit. – No, not Del Ray, I don’t like that. – Malibu? – Better. – If you can’t put it there,
we’ll pay whatever fees. I don’t know anything about yachts. Just get it. Okay. In Malibu. Thank you. Unbelievable. – Um, where were we, here? For Post Mortem… This is from ‘Tube town? – [Shane] Yeah, sure. – Ally Rose says, “For Post Mortem, “what was the most exciting
and/or dangerous part “of searching for the treasure?” I wouldn’t know because don’t get scared. You know? – You heard him. Straight from the horse’s mouth. (laughs) – No, it was actually… I mean, there was a couple
times I did actually fall. – You did. You took quite a spill. I took quite a spill,
but I landed gracefully. – You jumped over a fence. – My foot hit the fence. – And then you rolled
like you were a member of Ringling Brothers Circus. – Yeah, it was great. I broke the fall like a ninja. – Yeah. – I absorbed the energy and
rolled it out into the field. – TJ saw it. You saw it “Teej?” – It’s pretty impressive, right? – Okay. – For TJ that was high.
– Got a rave review. That’s a rave review
from the “Teej” monster. – That’s the first time I’ve
seen his teeth in years. – It was pretty bonkers. Except when he bares
them like an angry dog. – Except when he bares them
like an angry dog or wolf. – Quite a spill you took. Other than that, really no close calls. – Yeah, no, other than
that, it was pretty good. We watched our footing. – It thundered once. – It thundered once. We didn’t really go into
places you shouldn’t go. Forrest said, “Don’t
put yourself in danger. “Don’t put yourself in a
situation that an 80 year old man couldn’t handle, and we followed that… – To the letter. – To a T. – To the letter. – And it ended with us
not finding the treasure. – That’s right. Hey, “I think “blaze”
refers to a visible trail, “as in “trailblazing,”
while my lovely wife Laura “has an even better
theory that it could refer “to the sunset and also indicate “a direction of west-something… “Direction of west. “Something to use for part two. “As always, I treasured “this gem of an episode.” Hashtag #goldenghoulboys. – This is actually a
pretty smart piece of work you’ve got here, Samuel. – Sam’s got a brain in
him, I’ll tell you what. – Well, it’s actually his lovely
wife, Laura, who said that. He said, “My lovely wife, Laura, “has an even better theory…” – Well, I’m sorry. Seems to be the better half.
– “That it could refer “to the sunset.” Oh, no, she says that
it could be the sunset and it could indicate a
direction of west, something. – These are a couple of eggheads, and I mean that in a positive way. – You guys should go out there and try and find the treasure.
– Couple of smart cookies. You gotta hop out there. – You should go out there
and try and find it. Or maybe don’t. – Or maybe a different treasure. – Maybe a different treasure.
– I like you guys. Don’t go searching for Fenn’s. Go look for a different one. – No particular reason why
you shouldn’t go look for it, but maybe a different one. This last one’s from Cornelia Li. “For Post Mortem. “One, is it possible that
animals have moved it? “Two, have you considered
bringing a metal detector?” Second person to ask that. Actually, third if you count QC. First question, though, is a fresh one. Have animals moved this treasure? I actually considered that, as well. 40 pounds, though, I don’t think, like, a coyote could put that in
its jaw and run away with it. That’s a little much for those canines. – Not if they work together. – And they hop around, like, a circle? – Yeah, yeah. Or a bear. I guess animals… – Ooh, a bear could probably take it. – Animals probably don’t have
any interest in treasure. – That’s true.
– They really don’t. – It doesn’t have any scent in it. – No. They’re looking for me. – Yeah. – Of other animal or human. – Forrest did say that in 1000 years the treasure wouldn’t be there anymore. That suggests… – Well, what’s really gonna
be here in 1000 years? – Yeah, but that also suggests that maybe the environment is such that
maybe the ground will move or the place it’s nestled on
will erode away over time. That’s just something… – Sure. – It’s another clue that
really doesn’t lead anywhere. – No. What are you going to do? – Yeah. That’s it for questions, by the way. We did it. – What’s coming up next week? Bupkis. – Ooh, just in time for teatime. (laughs) – What does that mean? – The golf course, man. – Oh, we were going golfing. – At nighttime.
– It’s the rich man’s sport. (laughs) There’s nothing coming up next week. – Because this was the season finale. – This was the season finale. – Yeah. – I don’t know what to tell you guys. – It was fun. It was a good season. We got some good cases in there. – [Shane] Yeah. – We unsuccessfully searched for treasure. – Mm-hmm. – I think this case had a lot to unpack. There’s a lot of discourse out there whether or not the treasure is even real. Personally, if it’s not real
and he put an itemized list of items that would be hidden in the wild and sent thousands and thousands
of people out to find it, I personally think that makes him kind of an a-hole, but, you know… – People still having
good experiences, though. That’s really what it’s all about. – That’s true. It is, I guess, about that. But then again, four people
died, so, you know… – Well, that was their own fault. – [Ryan] I suppose. – That’s true. – Yeah, I think that’s… Is that a wrap, then? – That’s a wrap, except that we’ve got one last bit of business, here. – Even now? – Even now. You know, we’ll do one more. For old time’s sake. Our weekly Q and A
concluded, I now welcome you to the portion of the show
we call the Hot Doga… What is that? What is that… – Now I really don’t give a shit. I didn’t give a shit before, but now… – It’s a Hot Doga… Saga. A Hot Dog Saga commissioned
by Ryan Steven Bergara, written by me, and adored
by every single viewer. You know, if you don’t like it, you can kiss my apple taters, so… – I think this ring stabbed my finger. – As the Onion Station
crumbles, Maisy, Pam, and beloved Gene race aboard
the starship Minestrone having just retrieved
the Bernouli converter. Off to a great start. They pop it into the deck. “Minestrone?” “Oh, Maisy. “‘Sup?” “How’s that converter feel? “Enough to get us to the Graxilon wormhole “and kick this tin can back in time?” “Mmm, yeah, this thing’s delicious. “For sure.” “Then fire it up, ship.” The Minestrone rockets
out of the Onion dock. “Orbiting Onion Station. “Initiating hyperdrive from
jump to Graxilon quadrant. “I will miss you, brave Michael Soup, “the biggest baller of them all.” “Wait, no, we’ve gotta
wait for Mike and Ernie.” “Maisy, we’re out of time. “Whatever their business
with the chili Pope, “it’s gonna end with all
of them getting vaporized, “and if we don’t get out
buns out of this sector ASAP, “we’re dead, too. “I’d actually be double-dead, “which is the worst kind of dead.” (coughs) “Speaking of dead, I know
I’ve been chillin’ all cool, “but I’m getting a
little soggy, over here.” “Hang in there, Gene. “Minestrone, is there a med kit onboard?” “No. Captain Soup used the last one “when he got stung by bees
and forgot to buy a new one.” “No, Maisy, it’s fine. “I’m just gonna… “I’m just gonna take a nap for a while.” “Wait, hang on, Gene. “Pam, can’t you, like, do a magic thing?” “Uh, yeah, I mean, my witch stuff “usually only hurts people, but…” “Just try.” “Okay. “Pam, Pam, Kazam!” (yelps) “Pam, Pam, Kazoo?” (yelps) “Pam, Pam, Control Z!” (yelps) “Okay, that’s obviously not working.” “I told you. “I’m sorry, Gene, she made me.” “It’s fine, you’re a witch, I get it. “And a damn good one. “The first blast was enough, anyway. “It’s a foregone conclusion. “It’s too late, now.” “Gene, just hang in there. “You’re gonna be fine.” “Oh, you know what? “I don’t think so. “Goodbye, Maisy.” (gags) Gene’s dead, now. – Good. (futuristic music) – [Narrator] And so, sweet Gene, the most compelling character in the history of
fiction, was laid to rest. At his side, the bravest
corn he’d ever known, and a hot dog which he wished he’d gotten the chance to know better. ♪ Sometimes your life ♪ ♪ don’t go exactly how you planned ♪ – [Narrator] What can one do in the face of such monumental loss
but breathe a weary sigh, for the world is a little quieter now? ♪ Sometimes your death ♪ ♪ don’t go exactly how you planned ♪ – “Oh wait, one last thing.” (soulful piano music) ♪ It’s looking like I’ve had enough ♪ ♪ I tried the best I can
but I don’t got the stuff ♪ ♪ I got shot by the chili Pope ♪ ♪ It’s easy living as a french fry ♪ ♪ I’m critically acclaimed
but now it’s time to die ♪ ♪ Frankly, life’s been pretty dope ♪ ♪ It’s been a long, hard road ♪ ♪ for a french fries
and corn to walk down ♪ ♪ Who could have ever
known the road would lead ♪ ♪ to you and me and Soup and
Goudas taking on the galaxy ♪ ♪ I know that life is crazy ♪ ♪ But believe me Maisy ♪ ♪ You’ll be fine without me here ♪ ♪ I mean, I’m just a funny french fries ♪ ♪ There’s really no need to cry ♪ ♪ Even though I’m so revered ♪ – [Minestrone] Hyperdrive initiation 50% That space station looks like
it’s gonna blow up, my dudes. ♪ Even though I’m so revered ♪ ♪ Was living lonely in a future state ♪ ♪ But traveled back in time
and met my foodie mates ♪ ♪ Most of them were witch holograms ♪ ♪ Almost all of them were holograms ♪ ♪ The story gets a
little dense from there ♪ ♪ But if you’ve got a brain,
it’s pretty crystal clear ♪ ♪ Here, check out this diagram ♪ ♪ See, a wedding fell
into a witch volcano ♪ ♪ There was screaming, ♪ ♪ then when we landed on
the Planet of the Plupples ♪ ♪ It’s set to run and ♪ ♪ Now we’re traveling to the past ♪ ♪ To save our friends and kick some ass ♪ ♪ I know that things seem kind of shitty ♪ ♪ And that the odds
aren’t looking pretty ♪ ♪ But what’s the point of quitting now? ♪ ♪ No, we can never do that ♪ ♪ And I won’t be here to see it ♪ ♪ But you bet your ass
that I believe that ♪ ♪ you’ll still save the day somehow ♪ ♪ Maisy’s gonna save the day ♪ ♪ Ian is coming, gonna
punch my mortal ticket ♪ ♪ If I had a fucking bucket ♪ ♪ then I got a hunch I’d kick it ♪ ♪ And I’m sorry for the cursing ♪ ♪ but I’m feeling worse and worse ♪ ♪ And I don’t ♪ ♪ I don’t want to die ♪ ♪ But I’m probably gonna die ♪ ♪ I know it might sound crazy ♪ ♪ But believe me Maisy ♪ ♪ You’ll be fine without me here ♪ ♪ And it’s looking like
this french fry’s gonna ♪ ♪ Take his bow in this hot daga ♪ ♪ I’m dying now, just so it’s clear ♪ ♪ Holy shit, this is it, I’m gonna die ♪ ♪ I’ll see ya later, pals I’m outta here ♪ (coughs) ♪ It’s been a treat ♪ ♪ I think I seem “smeech.” ♪ – [Minestrone] Hyperdrive active. Initiating jump to Graxilon quadrant. – You proud of that? – Incredibly. (mysterious music)

100 thoughts on “Forrest Fenn – Q+A

  1. "we got a knack for it" is Shane's "i wouldnt mind seeing the Indiana Jones outfit again" and honestly? same

  2. The best Q & A I've watched xD
    And I really don't like the Hot Daga but damn this one was really good, especially the song.

  3. In the last couple years, two people have died, two have been rescued near death, several have had run-ins with local and federal law enforcement, and one told his wife today he was injured but not where he was. The common denominator is that these people were all near Yellowstone National Park and they were all looking for the Forrest Fenn treasure. Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin has a message for treasure hunters: โ€œYou must know that this country is unforgiving if you donโ€™t give it the respect it deserves. Let someone know where you are going โ€“ exactly, not some vague geographic area to keep your secret safe โ€“ and when you expect to return. Be prepared for the changing weather and wilderness conditions. Many areas have no cell phone service. Mountain streams and rivers are especially dangerous. Bears, snakes, and gravity are found in abundance in our corner of the world. We encourage everyone to vigorously pursue their outdoor passions, but think like a local. Before you go after the treasure, consider your level of skill, preparation and knowledge of the area. Consider the volunteer hours spent searching if you need to be rescued, and the anxiety of those left at home.โ€

  4. what if they actually did find the treasure but this makes it look like it's a joke and they didn't find the treasure?

  5. Oh I just realized that they "split the money" with the camera crew too, I love that
    I love this specific post mortem cuz they made it look like they might have found the treasure and became filthy rich

  6. Part of me really wants to believe they found it and are hiding it and all. Like the little laughs everytime they say they didn't find it

  7. Why do I just think of 'The Office,' Dwight quote: What is my perfect crime? I break into Tiffany's at midnight. Do I go for the vault? No, I go for the chandelier. It's priceless. As I'm taking it down, a woman catches me. She tells me to stop. It's her father's business. She's Tiffany. I say no. We make love all night. In the morning, the cops come and I escape in one of their uniforms. I tell her to meet me in Mexico, but I go to Canada. I don't trust her. Besides, I like the cold. Thirty years later, I get a postcard. I have a son and he's the chief of police. This is where the story gets interesting. I tell Tiffany to meet me in Paris by the Trocadero. She's been waiting for me all these years. She's never taken another lover. I don't care. I don't show up. I go to Berlin. That's where I stashed the chandelier
    WHERE DID YOU STASH THE TREASURE RYAN AND SHANE!?

  8. blaze is sun….out in wild you are wise to see where the sun is so you dont get stuck out there in dark…the look where sun is in the area in afternoon….the treasure should be near

  9. if shane was just a bit heavier he would straight up look like a polish mafia guy lmao he already has the surname for it lol

  10. That interaction between Shane and Andrew is one of the closest crossovers between Worth It and Unsolved and that gives me satisfaction

  11. if gene turns out to be alive someone's getting hot dogged because I just cried my eyes out over him dying but please be alive gene

  12. My friend once told me he hid treasure in one of the parks in our town that had $100 and weighed near 50 pounds… I called in sick at work for 2 weeks and never found it it turns out he climbed a tree and put it there

  13. I keep thinking WWWH is where a hot spring flows into a creek or a river. Also believing its underwater. Another reason it wont be there in a thousand years. "Blaze" meaning trail or sun like Laura said. I'm late on this but I started from the beginning and I totally pictured this. Love it…too funny. The French fry song๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜„ What a nasty hotdog.

  14. The blaze is the sun, they need to find a hidden spaceship in the woods to blast into space and mine on a solid gold, close orbiting asteriod

  15. Did anyone else notice TJ and Devon decked out too??? TJ was counting cash and had a gold chain around his neck and Devon was wearing a crown with some gold chain lying on the ground!!

  16. I know lots of pirates and have roots on the East Coast. If you ever hunt for pirate treasure, I nominate myself as a knowledgeable local who fills you in on the local lore and goes treasure hunting with you.

  17. itโ€™s been a year since gene died and the last episode of the hotdaga ended shane what kind of game are you playing

  18. Well actually unless you have a high end metal detector like a Minelab CTX3030 or there Equinox 800, Gold is non-ferrous meaning its not magnetic. Although the box it would be in would be and the Fenn treasure sounds Iike more of a marker to find to notify the people to send you the actual monetary items like jewels, coins or actually paper money.

  19. Jesus Christ am i actually getting emotional over Gene's death??? Is this actually happening??? Shane Madej what have you done to me. The Hot Doga has truly ruined me

  20. White blaze could be like trail blazing but itโ€™s marked with something white. Like a white mark on trees that lead to the treasure?

  21. Shane's accessories though…he looked like he went to buy some fake gold costume jewelry in order to play pretend with the rappers hehehe

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