‘Alaskan Bush People’: Did the Brown Family Really Find Authentic Treasure Maps?
Alaskan Bush People spoilers reveal that as the show’s 12th season continues, viewers saw the Brown family taking apart an old cabin in the middle of the Washington wilderness. The scenery was breathtaking and the family’s goal was to find some salvageable scrap materials that they could either sell or use. But once they began to tear down a wall, something spectacular happened. Believe it or not (and some fans are a bit skeptical) they found an old set of treasure maps. How likely is that?
The Brown family recently found some treasure maps inside an old building
Why would some fans be doubtful that the fam suddenly discovered something valuable in an abandoned building out in the middle of nowhere? Ok, when you say it like that, it does sound a bit incredible!
Some fans went online to speculate if the find was real or planted for them to find. Some others got to wondering if the maps themselves are legitimate.
The Brown kids were quick to note that the maps were dated 1897, then 1899, corrected to 1915, and reprinted in 1950—got that?
As the Browns deconstruct a cabin for its parts, they come across what looks like treasure maps from the 1800s.
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Why Alaskan Bush People’s treasure map find is remarkable
They agreed to preserve the maps and that seemed like a conclusion to the map scenario. Except that fans wanted to debate their veracity.
Some went on Reddit to express disappointment in the show saying that the map scene seemed like a random stunt intended to stoke audience numbers. Some went so far as to dissect the scene to show it was hoax.
Was the map find on Alaskan Bush people a hoax or a stunt or was it genuine?
One viewer noted that to them the plywood the kids pulled down from the wall looked to be not even a year old. Not only that, but the poster also noted that there was fresh insulation in the wall!
So, how could a 100-year old map be behind such a recently constructed wall? That comment got other fans involved, echoing the comments about the wood and stating that it proved the show has false elements.
Show watchers found it hard to believe that the maps were hidden in the abandoned Washington house
Now we want to know what you think! Did you watch the show or have you read the comments about the maps? Do you think the find was genuine or one planted by the show’s producers to juice some extra excitement out of the episode?
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