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Clues to Secret Swiss Treasure Found in Zwingli Church in Monticello


June 21, 2018

Join Dr. I. Ben Diggenabunch and Dr. George Linguatwist on June 29th and 30th at Zwingli United Church of Christ in Monticello to decipher clues to a centuries old secret treasure, hidden somewhere in Monticello. All youth, Pre-K through 8th grade, are welcome.

Clues to a secret treasure, believed to be hidden somewhere in the Swiss Country town of Monticello, were found by volunteers during a clean-up day at Zwingli United Church of Christ.

Old notes written in Swiss German were found. They are thought to hold clues to a secret which the text says fulfills dreams and offers to hold a fortune of secrets to life as we know it. The notes have been examined and translated by experts. I. Ben Diggenabunch, PhD, and Professor of Archeology and Antiquity at Solomon University, has been contacted. The notes have been thoroughly examined and their age verified. The dialect of Swiss is a very ancient, one which dates back to the time of the Reformation.

Dr. Diggenabunch believes this treasure is thought to be what sparked Ulrich Zwingli to write his 64 Thesis and eventually pull away from the Catholic Church starting the Reformation in Switzerland in the 1500s. This treasure has been passed down from family to family and traveled to the new world with Swiss Settlers whose descendants now live in Green County. According to the clues found in this document, the treasure is hidden somewhere in the sleepy town of Monticello, kept safe under lock and key for centuries.

Although the notes are from the 1500s, Dr. Diggenabunch perceives the item they speak about to be even older than the time of the Reformation and can be linked to much earlier times in the Middle East. The treasure has been handed down through the hands of Monks and Priests, Soldiers and just plain, common folks since the time of Jesus.

Dr. Diggenabunch will be joined by world famous Professor of Ancient Languages Dr. George Linguatwist, the Head of the Department of Prattle, at Parlance University in Argot, Utah. Dr. Linguatwist will translate the notes into modern day English so that we can use the clues to locate the treasure.

We are looking for a few explorers to help us figure out the clues and find this rare treasure. Are you ready? Do you like high adventure and action? Are you good with riddles and solving puzzles? Are you ready to change the world forever? We are accepting only the very best explorers for this challenging and rewarding trek through history to solve this mystery and bring the treasure to the world! We are looking for a few brave souls, Pre-K – 8th Grade, to help unlock the secrets of the Swiss Country.

Explorers must register at Zwingli UCC on Friday, June 29th. We will examine the clues and plan a course of action for finding this very special piece of history. You may register beginning at 2:30 p.m., at the East Entrance of Zwingli Church, 416 E. Lake Avenue, Monticello. Come prepared with walking shoes and casual, outdoor appropriate clothing. This trek will take us all over Monticello so be prepared for any occasion. Snacks and drinks will be provided. The search will take place Friday, June 29th, from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., and continue Saturday, June 30th, from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon. All youth are welcome. The search ends with a community cookout at the Octagon Shelter near Lake Montesian. Join us for hotdogs, chips, and a drink!


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