Terry Delonas, grandson to co-discoverer Ova Noss, being interviewed by a member of The Gold House research team about an event that occurred in 1963. Terry recounts the time when he was sitting at the side of his grandmother Ova Noss when she took a phone call from one of President Kennedy’s top White House administrators.
Doc Noss's old friend Willie Doughit gives a excerpt from a final interview at Victorio Peak
Orange County Register: Treasure Lives On
A drilling crew attempts to drill into Victorio Peak in search of "Doc" Noss' legendary gold treasure in 1992. The effort failed to find gold.
Orange County Register: Where is the Gold Now?
Now, author John Clarence has published a trilogy called "The Gold House: The True Story of Victorio Peak," in which he reports the results of the 10 years he spent trying to find out what happened to an estimated $2.7 billion in gold bars.
Orange County Register: Did LBJ, Nixon Steal Gold?
The two most incredible allegations in the book are that presidents Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon had a hand in stealing gold.
What is the Gold House?
Until now there has been no exhaustive investigation into one of the most important, historical discoveries that took place in the American Southwest during the 1930s. The Gold House trilogy is the product of that investigation.
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They say America operates on the Golden Rule––those who have the gold, make the rules. Nowhere does this old bromide hold truer than in The Gold House trilogy by John Clarence and Tom Whittle...
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