Wyoming has it tales about the Cowboy and the Indian.

This story dates back to 1863. A young man named Allen Hurlburt and two others find themselves in a glory hole along a creek in the Big Horn Mountains. The amount of gold being removed was said to have been massive.

One problem! The three cohorts were mining in Indian territory, which didn't make the Indians very happy.

Fearing an attack, the miners buried their gold in the floor of the cabin which did come under attack. Hurlburt survived the attack, however after staying away from the area for two years, he could never remember the location of the gold.

To learn more about this treasure watch this video.