Peralta Stones

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The Peralta Stones are a set of engraved stones rumored to indicate the location of the famed Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine, the supposed source of German immigrant Jacob Waltz's wealth in Arizona, United States. The stones are named for the Peralta family, an old and powerful Mexican family, one of whose ancestors, Pedro de Peralta, was the first governor of the Spanish territory in New Mexico.


The stones consist of "three tablets and a heart-shaped rock" and were found in 1956) near the main highway that goes from Apache Junction, Arizona, south around the Superstition Mountains to Florence Junction, Arizona.

Treasure map

According to local lore, they contain a map indicating the location of the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine. Inscribed on the stones is the date 1847, and one stone contains a relief of a heart, which the heart-shaped stone fits perfectly. Various claims have been made about the location of the gold mine based on an interpretation of the stones, The story of their discovery and the stones themselves are not very convincing to most researchers, and they appear to have been created using...
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