Pablo Escobar has left behind a treasure of Gold & money worth a $1,000,000,000 buried throughou
Many treasure hunters are on the lookout for Pablo Escobar's long lost treasure which he left behind. Pablo was known for burying money in the ground and killing people who helped him to prevent anyone from knowing the where about's of his deals. Many people believe he left behind millions if not over a Billion of dollars in treasure including gold and silver bars which were buried all across his land of Colombia. This makes it hard for many people to pin point as the Kingpin kept his money location in secrecy and owned hundreds of acres of land. It was estimated that Pablo Escobar made around $45,000,000 daily or more depending on how good his sales went. With so much money and no banks to put it in , Pablo started to bury it even sometimes taking a loss as rain and water damage would ruin the cash so it could not be used. It was even so bad that sometimes rats and other rodents would eat away the cash sometimes hundreds of dollars at a time.
Pablo was known for moving %80 of the Cocaine around at his peak. Escobar quickly became known internationally as his drug network gained notoriety with the Medellín Cartel. The Medellin controlled a large portion of the drugs that entered the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, and Spain and were the main distributors of the 80's and early 90's. The production of Cocaine and its process was also altered, with coca from Bolivia and Peru replacing the coca from Colombia, which was beginning to be seen as substandard quality than the coca from the neighboring countries. As demand for more and better cocaine increased, Escobar began working with Roberto Suárez Goméz, helping to further the product to other countries in the Americas and Europe, as well as being rumored to reach as far as Asia.With better quality Escobar quickly rose to the top and with so much money buried many people take high risks and travel the most dangerous places in Mexico to find his treasure, including under water.