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Charles Williams (access required)

Charles Williams was a disabled World War I veteran who enjoyed prospecting. On a Friday afternoon in early January 1935, Williams drove out along the Apache Trail, left the car along the side of the road, and headed into the Superstition Mountains. Undoubtedly, he was looking for the treasures of Jacob Waltz, the Lost Dutchman. In ...

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