Blountstown Florida Gold Rush Prompts Fort Knox Vault Expansion

by on 05/03/18 at 12:54 pm

Bill Samuels proudly shows off just his gold ingot after a weekend on mining on his Blountstown chicken farm.

Bill Samuels proudly shows off just his gold ingot after a weekend on mining on his Blountstown chicken farm.

Depository officials wouldn't say when they would receive the first shipment dbjut did say the storage vault expansion was almost finished for the estimated 22 thousand tons of gold bars.

Depository officials wouldn’t say when they would receive the first shipment but did say the storage vault expansion was almost finished for the estimated 22 thousand tons of gold bars.

Ted 'Booger' Jones halted work on his excavated septic tank drain field to pan enough gold flakes to pay in full for the installation.

Blountstown resident Ted ‘Booger’ Jones halted work on his excavated septic tank drain field to pan enough gold flakes to pay in full for the installation.


Fort Knox, Kentucky – (satireworld.com)

Officials at the US Depository, better known as Fort Knox, have found the need for adding more secure storage room at the 80 year old facility built to store the nation’s gold during the Roosevelt era when private gold ownership was outlawed. Located in rural Kentucky the official US Gold Depository is home to the United State’s gold reserves reported to be valued at $750 billion dollars.

Reports on the internet, television, and in the press confirm vast amounts of almost pure gold being mined in the sleepy Panhandle town of Blountstown, Florida. According to the local paper, the Tallahassee Democrat, most discoveries are being made by ordinary citizens. The Tallahassee Democrat also reported that local banks have reached the point where there is no available vault room left in the four-county area to safely store gold bullion at the rate local miners are smelting the gold nuggets into 100% gold ingots.

Stuart Rodgers, the superintendent of the Gold Depository and official spokesman, claims they’ll be adding an additional 35,000 square feet of storage but it will be hardly visible from ground level. “We will be digging pretty deep to safe-guard all that shiny new gold we’ll be receiving soon,” said Rodgers who held up an artist’s drawing showing gold rolling off specially armored fleet of trucks.

In recent months the super large gold strike in rural Blountstown Florida has drawn international attention simply because it’s larger than the past gold rushes of the Yukon and California rolled into one. Some experts are claiming it could dwarf all historical gold production from South African mines.

According to a mining and minerals expert from Georgia Tech, ‘the gold find will go down in history simply because it’s easily found surface gold and not much actual mining is required. In fact, several new millionaires were made just from scraping a few inches of soil away from the ground.’

Last Tuesday US media outlets reported that two eleven year old girls reportedly playing in a school sandbox found almost $15,000 worth of gold dust clinging to their socks.

Blountstown mayor Marshall Biggers said on TV’s First Edition that remarkable things have been happening to ordinary people including his son-in-law Lester Jones who’s a backhoe operator for the city’s Board of Public Works.

“Now, I’ll be the first to admit that Lester ain’t all that bright an all, but last week Lester was cleaning out a drainage ditch down on Robert E Lee Circle when his backhoe pulled up a nice-sized gold nugget buried just about a foot down. Merle over at the Honest Pawn valued that rock at around $8,500 dollars, Not bad and the city gonna get half.”

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