The Copper Scroll was found among the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1952 in the hills of the Judean Desert. Unlike the other documents, the Copper Scroll is not a literary work or a work of Scripture; instead, it is a verbal treasure map that could potentially lead archaeologists to a wealth of gold, silver, and other priceless artifacts from the history of ancient Israel.
Until now, no one has been able to decipher the locations on the Copper Scroll. It took a retired arson investigator from Oklahoma to "crack the code" on the scroll. Casey Crowdis of Quiet Sight Productions and Shawn Barfield sat down with Jim Barfield in this interview to learn from him some of the secrets of the Copper Scroll that have remained hidden for more than 3,000 years.
In this video Jim reveals the first five and last five of the nearly sixty locations listed on the scroll.