A grandson of Forrest Fenn has confirmed that 32 year-old medical school student, Jonathan “Jack” Stuef, from Michigan found a treasure chest worth more than $1m that the retired art and antiquities dealer stashed in the wilds of Wyoming more than 10 years ago. Al Jazeera reports that Fenn, who was also a decorated US Air Force fighter pilot during the Vietnam War, left clues to finding the treasure in a poem in a memoir entitled: The Thrill of the Chase, saying at the time that he hid the chest filled with coins, gold nuggets, and other valuables estimated in value at $1m to $3m in the Rocky Mountains north of Santa Fe in either Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, or Wyoming.