Yamashita’s Gold

Pile of gold stolen by general Yamishita

It is often said that behind every great fortune lies a great crime. The twisted tale of Yamashita’s gold, allegedly buried in the Philippine islands, is a story of a great fortune and many crimes that became inseparably intertwined.

The tale begins with Japan’s plundering of its neighbors before and during World War II. As the Germans did in Europe, the Japanese squeezed vast fortunes from their Asian domain, creating a river of riches flowing toward the homeland. The Japanese government intended that loot pilfered from Southeast Asia would finance their war effort.

This was not the haphazard looting of a rampaging army – it was a highly organized effort – perpetrated on a massive scale by some of Japans most prominent citizens; allegedly including Emperor Hirohito and yakuza gangsters such as Yoshio Kodama.

Emperor Hirohito appointed his brother, Prince Yasuhito Chichibu, to head a secret organization called Kin no yuri (“Golden Lily”), to organize the looting.

Golden Lily teams systematically emptied treasuries, banks, factories, private homes, temples, churches, mosques, museums pawn shops and art galleries, and stripped ordinary people of what little they had, while Japan’s top gangsters looted Asia’s underworld and its black economy. The stolen property reportedly included gems, golden Buddhas, coins, and precious metals of immense value.

The Treasure Route

Not since the Spanish conquered the Incan Empire in 1532 had the world seen such an aggressive looting campaign. This sort of enterprise took careful planning and an established network to transport the loot safely and efficiently back to the Japanese homeland.

The hub of the Golden Lilly’s looting network was the Philippine island of Luzon – it’s strategic location and proximity to Japan made it a natural and necessary trans-shipment point.

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During the early days of the war the looting network functioned as planned – treasures from all over South East Asia arrived in the Philippines daily – the loot was then transferred to freighters for the trip back to Japan.

But toward the end of World War II. The Allies were gaining control of the Pacific, making it increasingly difficult for the Japanese to transport the stolen treasure. Allied submarines and aircraft took a heavy toll on Japan’s shipping; some of the ships carrying loot to Japan were sunk.

So, instead of shipping the treasure back to Japan, Golden Lilly operatives began hiding the loot in caves and underground complexes throughout the Philippines. The Japanese believed that when the war ended they would be able to keep the Philippine Islands as a concession for peace. They would then be able to dig up the vast wealth hidden there to rebuild their failing empire.

General Yamashita
General Tomoyuki Yamashita

Arriving in the midst of this frenzied activity was the Philippines’ new military governor, General Tomoyuki Yamashita, “the Tiger of Malaya” – a nickname he had won by conquering that complacent and ill-defended British colony.

As the Allied forces closed in, General Yamashita kicked the treasure concealment campaign into high gear.

Yamashita dug massive tunels in the mountains outside Manila, some to depths of hundreds of feet, leading to the final ‘storage chambers’. Many of these tunnels were excavated just below the water table during the dry season, which meant that they would eventually fill with water – a deterrent to any future salvagers.

And if that were’t enough, most if not all of the tunnels were booby-trapped with 1,000 and 2,000 lb bombs and poisonous gas.

Alied Prisoners were used to dig the intricate tunnel systems and once the gold was safely stashed in the pits, the POWs were executed and buried along with the treasures. In rare cases, Japanese officers even had their own soldiers killed and buried along with the treasure, to protect the secret locations.

Yamashita also blasted caves in coral reefs, and sank entire shiploads of valuables in the sea around the islands. But in the end all this hard work was for nothing – the Americans invaded the Philippines in October 1944.

When the Allied forces landed on Luzon there was still much treasure remaining to be buried, so General Yamashita loaded the remaining loot on trucks and took it with him as his army retreated across the island.

Japanese and American Troop positions on Luzon Island – Philippines 1945.

Legend says that as Yamashita fled, he broke the treasure into many smaller stashes that were hidden along the line of his retreat, the bulk of the stashes are said to be concentrated in the mountainous area where Yamashita made his last stand against the invading US troops.

Yamashita eventual surrender on September 2, 1945.

According to popular lore, there are said to be 172 documented, official Japanese imperial burial sites (138 on land and 34 in deliberately scuttled ships), not to mention the numerous instances of loot buried by greedy officers and renegade soldiers.

The worth of all this booty is estimated to be as much as $3 billion at 1940 rates – the equivalent of over $100 billion today. According to various post-war estimates, the gold bullion alone totals 4,000 to 6,000 tons!

Many of those who knew the locations of the loot were killed during that final battle, or were later tried by the Allies for war crimes and executed. General Tomoyuki Yamashita himself was executed for war crimes on February 23, 1946 taking the secret of his treasure to the grave.

Recovery Efforts

Many Yamashita researchers believe that a portion of the treasure has already been recovered by various parties in the sixty years since Yamashita’s Execution. A great many facts have been accumulated, maps have been found, witnesses have sworn their testimonies, but the truth remains shrouded in mystery and lies. Two of the more credible and well researched rumors of recovery are listed below:

Clandestine Operation

The first rumor reads like a Tom Clancy Novel. It’s said that, in October 1945, American intelligence agents learned where some of the Japanese loot was hidden. Agents of the O.S.S. (forerunner of the CIA) watched as Japanese troops buried treasure on the island of Luzon and once the Japanese were defeated they began a clandestine recovery operation that lasted until 1948.

Gold Warriors Book CoverPeggy and Sterling Seagrave’s book, Gold Warriors: America’s Secret Recovery of Yamashita’s Gold (2003), Is one of the best written on the subject and a great place to start your research on this fascinating tale. The initial edition comes with CD-ROMs containing 900 megabytes of documents, maps and photographs.

There were important reasons for all this secrecy. If the recovery of this huge mass of stolen gold became public knowledge, the countries and individuals that had been plundered could not lay claim to it; and the OSS/CIA had no intention of returning any of the plunder to its rightful owners.

Instead, they set up numerous front companies to launder the secretly recovered gold bullion. This is supposed to have become the basis of the CIA’s ‘off the books’ operational funds during the immediate post-war years, used to create a world-wide anti-Communist network.

General William Donovan, head of the O.S.S., supposedly knew of the gold recoveries, as did General Douglas MacArthur, and former US presidents Herbert Hoover and Harry Truman.

Marcos’ Gold

Perhaps the most credible rumor of recovery involves a young, up and coming Filipino politician named Ferdinand Marcos – who became successively a congressman, senator, president, and finally dictator of the Philippine islands.

Portrait of Ferdinand marcos
Ferdinand Marcos

It was rumored that Marco’s rise in politics was financed in part by Yamashita’s hoard. One of many stories about Marcos places him with a party of Japanese soldiers who hid gold in a tunnel at the end of the war.

Then sometime in the mid 1960’s he recovered $8 billion from a tunnel known as “Teresa 2”, which was located 38 miles south of Manila, in the Rizal province.

An interesting fact about Marcos is that he was the leader of the Ang Maharlika guerrilla force in northern Luzon during World War II. This would have put him in the center of the action as the Japanese made their final stand against Allied forces.

Whether the dictator ever found Yamashita’s gold is pure speculation – but it’s a well documented fact that he searched diligently, freely using his presidential powers and the nation’s armed forces in the hunt. When he declared martial law in 1972, Marcos took full advantage of the clout it conferred to step up his treasure-hunting efforts.

In 1975, Marcos awarded himself a monopoly on underwater recovery efforts, decreeing that all future salvage operations in Philippine waters would require his personal approval.

From time to time, scraps of information leaked from the Marcos inner circle indicating that the dictator did indeed find some sort of treasure. In the 1970s, Marcos hired an American, Robert Curtis, to search for buried treasure and remelt gold bullion to hide its origins.

Curtis later told of seeing bars of gold “stacked from floor to ceiling” in one of the dictator’s provincial palaces. “The ingots”, he said, “were of a distinctive shape used around the time of World War II”.

Golden Buddha allegedly found by Rogelio RoxasThe ‘gold’ Buddha allegedly returned to Rogelio Roxas by Ferdinand Marcos. Roxas claimed the Buddha he’d found had been solid gold with a cavity in the removable head that contained diamonds

Rogelio Roxas, a Filipino locksmith, is said to have found a one-ton, solid-gold Buddha and thousands of gold bars in a tunnel near Baguio in 1971, only to have them stolen by President Ferdinand Marcos.

In 1986 Roxas sued the Marcos estate for damages, but died from poisioning on the very day he was set to testify.

Marcos was eventually overthrown in 1986; It was reported that when he fled the country, U.S. Customs agents discovered 24 suitcases of gold bricks and diamond jewelry hidden in diaper bags.

In addition, certificates for gold bullion valued in the billions of dollars were allegedly among the personal properties he, his family, his cronies and business partners had surreptitiously taken with them when U.S. President Ronald Reagan provided them all safe passage to Hawaii.

Going for the Gold!

To this day, not one “officially accepted” Yamashita find has been documented. But despite all the disappointments and dead-ends, fortune hunters remain undaunted. Many individuals and consortia, both Filipino and foreign, continue to search for treasure sites.

Before you launch your own hunt for Yamashita’s Lost Gold, here are a few things to keep in mind…

  • Danger – Dozens have died digging up roads, riverbeds and mountainsides in a relentless pursuit of Yamashita’s gold. For example, in late 2000, two men were buried alive when a tunnel collapsed near the Mindanao town of General Santos after they had dug as far as 24 feet.Four others suffocated in Lumban, Laguna. And in 1998, three men were killed in Nueva Ecija in Luzon province when a tunnel they had dug caved in.
  • Con Men – As many of these recovery projects have ended in failure, a side industry has emerged based on the fever itself. Foreign investors are often enticed into funding the digging of holes known to contain nothing or sold “treasure maps” of questionable origin –  such as the one to the right →If you are tempted to take up the Yamashita challenge you might want to read this article first, which tells how a 74-year-old man lost his life savings by investing in a Yamashita scheme. Desperate race for vast riches – www.geocities.com/filipinoculture/treasure.html
  • Sharing with the man– The Philipine government has some pretty strict, and well enforced guidelines for would be treasure hunters operating in their territories. Many expeditions have been escorted by the Philipino Military, who stand guard night and day to make sure that the government gets their fair share of the treasure – which is listed below:
        a) For Treasure Hunting within Public Lands – Seventy-five percent(75%) to the Government and twenty-five (25%) to the Permit Holder.

    b) For Treasure Hunting in Private Lands – Thirty Percent (30%) to the Government and Seventy Percent (70%) to be shared by the Permit Holder and the landowner.

    c) For Shipwreck/Sunken Vessel Recovery – Fifty percent (50%) to the Government and Fifty percent (50%) to the Permit Holder.”



There are a lot of people leaving comments below about having found markers or maps that they believe are related to Yamashita’s Gold.   The Owners and editors of this site in NO WAY endorse any of these claims. In fact we are pretty sure that many of them are scams concocted to try and separate people from their money.

But since we have no way of knowing which comments are genuine and which are scams – we just publish any that sound remotely authentic as we don’t believe in comment censorship.

So, if you contact any of these commentors do it at your own risk, and if you decide to invest in any recovery efforts, please do your due diligence!


  1. rolando,
    level was in 70-80 ft, this shells was form like thailand hat,
    there was also a bad smell ….i found out a triagle has a mark 7 and 4 ,v what does it mean? 7 feet?

  2. thailand kuhol means big deposit.

    but it could also mean poison. most poisonous substances are either placed in small bottles (garapon- not more than 3 inches bottle), bullet, or in thailand kuhol. so beware of the substance placed in thailand kuhol.

    king. kindly send me pictures of the said triangle with markings like 7 and 4? send pictures on my email ad at davaohunter35@yahoo.com.

    i cannot give you professional advices. but i can give an opinion based on my materials. there is no harm in trying. thanks.

  3. ted,

    shells are placed in a layer for different reasons:

    1.they may serve as a marker. shells may have different meanings depending on the depth or feet at which they are found. if the shells are found on 5-6 feet, they could give a different meaning than shells found at more than 6 feet.

    2. the shells may serve as a warning marker. shells like kuhol may indicate a poisonous substance.

    3. shells like thailand kuhol may indicate a big treasure deposit.

    4. shells may serve as a material to make the soil , layer, or cement harder. for the uninformed, shells were used as a substitute material for cement during the world war 2 since cements that time were scarce. however, even if cements were available during the digging, it was more prudent also to add shells in a layer. it can make the cement or layers harder.

  4. the marker 7 could give you several meanings depending on the accompanying marker.

    please send me pictures of the triangle with 7 and 4 markers.

    please take note of the layer at which the slab was found. please give me the color and the substance of the layer where the slab was found. give me the previous layers also. if possible, please give me the markers found on 3 feet and 5-6 feet.

  5. is it 7 K?

    or is it 7C? 7 5? 74K? 7KD? 7KO? 7X? or 7 with a broken 4?

    please tell the the level where the triangle with 7 and 4 was found? at what feet was it found?

  6. rolando,
    the triangle was in 70-73 ft
    besides of it was a wall approx. length is 6 – 8 ft with tunnel on the right side of it ,but our detector push in to the hall so we penetrate, we found that triangle in the left side of it…after dig forward we found out flat cement? were it looks like man-made coz the surface flat…after beaking this flat cement, boulders came and then soil, then boulders ,as we go down digging i noticed the sides were straigth ….almost 4ft….

  7. there is no such thing as the yamashita gold. everytime yamashita gold hits the news, you can be sure a mark’s being setup, and a patsy being played. despite this, thousands of people dig in improbable locations all over the country. some treasure hunters can be so desperate as to turn violent. the most they have to show are many wrecked historical landmarks, ruined private structures, disappearing middlemen who just made a bundle and a dead body or two.

  8. Hi po sa lahat ng TH,
    Nais ko pong magshare ng experience ko sa TH para po kapulutan ng aral para sa mga newbies nang maiwasan ang malaking gastos sa paghuhukay.

    isa po ako engr. Na OFW sa qatar dati. Nakabili ako ng palaisdaan sa bohol malapit sa bayan ng trinidad. Nasa approximately 9 hectares ang palaisdaan at merong maliit na isla sa bandang gilid. At adjacent ng isla ko ay isang malaking isla din. Mapapansin sa banding gilid ng malaking isla na parang tinapyasan ibig kong sabihin ay may nakuhang malaking bahagi ng lupa. Ang suspetsa ko ang lupang iyong ay tinambak lang para maging isla ang nasa gilid ng palaisdaan ko.
    Bago ko nabili yun,a year before meron na palang mga japanese na nag tree planting sa palaisdaan ko. Last year kuwari nagkaroon ng mangrove educational tour ang mga kabataang japon at merong ding 4 war veterans silang kasama. Sabi ng caretaker ko ang mga japon na matatanda, patakbo2x dool sa aking isla at doon sa malaking isla at meron ding ibang tumambay doon sa matatandang puno na laging nakatingin sa kanyang relo.
    Dahil dito, naboo ko ang suspetsa na merong nakabaon sa isla ko.
    Sa isla, liban sa 6 na kahoy na “buli” sa bisaya, na naka square position ang pagkatanim sa may silangan at yung dalawang buli ay nakatanim sa silangan at kanluran naparang flag ang dating.
    Hinukay namin ang isang buli dun sa nakasquare na formation. @1 meter from topsoil may nahukay na kwatro kantos na bote na basag ang bibig tapos nakatayo xa, may lamang tubig din. @5 merong butas na parang hita kalaki at tagusan yun sa gilid ng isla. Sabi ng kasama ko water deposit daw. @10 ft, tinamaan namin ang isang malapad na cemento na nakalatag merong rectangle, triangle, hugis heart na may nakasoksok na triangle at para syang spade kun tutuusin.
    Within 10ft kung tutuusin, normal lang ang formation ng lupa. Brown xa at yung natural layers of clay na matigas. Beyond the cover, yung cement ganito ang layers:
    @1 ft layer ng brown na coarse sand na may halong conting cement.
    @layer ng black clay na isang dangkal tapos white clay
    @medyo green na very fine sand. Paulit ulit ang patern na yun, black-white-sand hanggang 15ft.
    @thick sand naman ulit na medyo coarse xa tapos greenish mga .5 ft ceguro. Tapos after non ang black-white-sand nanaman na manipis na ang interval.
    @25 ft we hit a red clay na medyo pink at ang tigas, 1 inch ang kapal tapos black-sand patern na ulit.
    @ 26 we hit another cover na solid cement na tapos nung nabasag namin parang cement blocks lang din na may solin na masa sa ibabaw at merong parang mga rugby na bakat in between the cement covers.
    @ 27 ft we hit another red clay tapos
    @ 30 ft we hit patches of cement na parang sun ang porma pero ang rays ay hindi nakadikit sa circle sa gitna.
    @ 35 ft we hit a thick sand 2ft halos ang kapal at parang hollow na ang tunog sa ilalim.
    @beyond this point marami ng cement patches na puti tapos merong mga corals din sa ilalim. ‘eron ding sanga ng kahoy na uling na at merong parang bilog2x parang ulo ng tao kalaki na cementong matigas.
    @at this point po dito na kami tumigil sa dami ng tubig di na kaya ng powers. Jejejeje

    5 months na hukay yan.. Dowsing rod gamit namin at samsung na andriod celphone. Kaya nagkalokoloko ang hukay namin kasi kung san san kami tinuturi ng rod at ng celpon.

    By the way, ang mga clay na yan pala pagnaexpose sa sun napipino xa at ang lambot hawakan. Di tulad nung bago pa xa na ang tigas talaga pagbabad sa tubig.

    Imaginin nyo, 5 months digging ang gastos ko more than 100k…. Wala akong nakuha. KASI WALA AKONG MATINONG GADGET. …Abangan ang susunod na storya..

    Golden Lily site ba tong layers ng isla ko? Gaano kaya ito kalaki? Comment please!

  9. A snake remains inside a Spanish bottle. ( with “350” numbers encrypted at the bottom) sealed with a mud, found within 6 to 10 feet. Can u please advice me if this is a poison marker/sign? Thanks.

  10. rolando,
    there were plenty of shell and almost were at the ground ,color blueish, and have black, as if hard asphalt dye at water,….shell were plenty in the last portion, but waters came out,,,were going southwest going to the target south,,is it possible water trap????

  11. We are from Bukidnon-Philippines, we found some drums with unknown liquid, we encounter those drums along with our treasure recovery team somewhere here in bukidnon. we would like to ask any idea what are those.. .thanks

  12. need your expertise people… what is the meaning of indented (concave) HEART shape figure on cement along the floor of small river with five(5) indented (concave) holes convex across the top of the heart? star.gazers69@yahoo.com / 09994916544

  13. to all kind TH ..if you have knowledge regarding someone who know a Japanese soldiers .familiars with Luzon…kindly pls update also those question uttered… really appreciate much for your answers ….there were thrice who went to us asking information regarding who owned the said land…but sad to say they were not ushered directly to us the real owner of the land…and lately informed just when months pass by…they were two Japanese tried to tunnels us but they were not succeed due to some soil and hindrances situations natures…pls if you know…anybody From TH friends..need your info…thanks a lot

  14. helo. i want to ask if it is possible that a concrete object as large as a small house buried more or less 10 meters or more be a good find? and we discovered some bucket shape in black colored clay. by the way the location is near a former river.

  15. we found a black stone coffin/casket which has the name general watanabe with 3 stars and 1930, found outside a cave with no other stone beside or around it. what does this mean? is there treasure in it it?

  16. i wanna ask some questions regarding what we dug in a land somewhere in digos..we dug a sea turtle stone and when we open the hard cement we see a black sand on it.lots of black sand..now our problem is how to process it?
    can u please help us..

  17. hi everybody, i have some pictures taken of a supposed handwritten Japanese map with Japanese inscriptions and letters, is there anyone who cn read and interpret it for me?

  18. I have 3 Gold Bars with Japanese Characters that says: 22 Lbs. I have been searching for a buyer but seems to me that everyone wants 30% to me and 70% to them. What breedy people. I am still keeping them with me in hopes that someone good natured will come along and will be willing to take 40 for him and 60 for me so we can engage in business…

  19. hai..guys…i am treasure hunter of yamashita gold..can i join the group if ever,coz im very awesome to look all the sign of yamashita map..if you need me just email me..im from cebu city..

  20. I’m new to this blog. Just want to share a site on our place where you can find a cave under fresh water but once you enter into that cave you will reached the bottom of it which has no water. inside that cave you will see seven sets and one table made of marble which our forefathers told us that it was a garrison of a Japanese Army before. there are lots of markings on the table and the side of the cave such us turtles,spiders,spears, etc.. there are Japanese writings as well on that.This site is located at Negros Occ. and it was proven before according to our fore fathers that the other side of the cave were located at Palawan area(sea side). During the fall of Japanese regime most of them were gone in this cave. According to our fore fathers nobody came out. way back 10 years ago we were able to get some porcelain products in this cave such us kitchen utensils.
    Just want to ask from the expert if this site is positive of Mineral deposits just because of the sign we saw?
    thanks to advise.

  21. To all hunters.. Have a nice day.. i have o site somewhere at Borneo.. Maybe all of you never believe that.. just for knowledge, we have been foolish by japs with their 14’x14’x28 cement container burried on the manmade island and 18’x16’x?? cement container dump near the river. In 8 yeras time, even we failed to locate the deposit, but we have some exprience to shared among us regarding the mark sign dan symbols, if any.. good luck to all..

  22. What if the owner kept the properties just for the sake of his wealth display. how would the government act on there share?

  23. some of the olders of our barangay said that above the river is the landing area of japanese soldier during the war. im frm mindanao.

  24. a lots of stone signs. pointing the river. asides frm sign stones. there was 1 man talk to my father saying he has a friend living 200 yrs. he saw were exactly the japanese digs into river. bt the the problem is his friend is an CAPRI only him can talk and can saw it. the CAPRI is one the falling angels and i knw he guards the tressure.

  25. good day sir i have the sign of yamashita here in zamboanga del sur we newly found out because the japenes girl transleted the sign which is the thing of yamashita…she will go to japan

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  27. I was just thinking about what i found in the cave, it has shape of tringle , in the bottom tip of the triangle has a curve in 45 degree angle, with looking like number 7 or looking like an arrow pointing upward in a small cavity that barely small child can pass through it , on the top of that slit arrow there is a sinkhole opening i was wondering is this a treasure site? year 2013? the cave is vandalize with hole everywhere. In your opinion do you think people are actually looking for a treasure? The sign i found is half way covered with limestone deposit and its not exposed, to be seen quit easy by hunters

  28. Its really cool thinking I might have found treasure place, that is, if they have not found it yet…. Anyone out there …. can anyone please tell me if what does it means, the triangle and the number 7 arrow, How i found it, Its really weard I heard a knocking sound three times while i am inside the cave with my kids, suddenly i”ve heard tock…tock.. tock. I followed that sound and here you go ..i saw this curving in the rock going to that small cavities, sound weard right? But its true.

  29. can someone send me some details,,,, ideas,,, im from bohol,,, i gathered information about our place,,, history,hidden treasure,… can u help me,…. send me some ,,,,,TNKSSSS

  30. Hi, I’m from Malaysia and lately I’ve met a few filipinos claimed to be relative and cronies to Marcos holding deposit and gold bullion certificates kept in several banks in Malaysia, Singapore and Labuan, Sabah that worth billion US dollars. My questions are all these peoples that I’ve met and certificates that they are holding are legitimate. Please lite this up for me.

  31. hi nathalie=)

    gov.can act f thy knows hv some operating n tht private area then f dnt hv some ppers or doc. to mke 8 prove cos 8s that illigal operation,wt u cn do s scure frist permits n d gov.=) bat i advse u must bter do n ur own w/scret operation jeje=)

  32. hi nathalie=)

    gov.can act f thy knows hv some operating n tht private area then f dnt hv some ppers or doc. to mke 8 prove cos 8s that illigal operation,wt u cn do s scure frist permits n d gov.=) bat i advse u must bter do n ur own by/scret operation jeje=)

  33. hi jim=)

    yes i agree about dat ders some treasure guarding by died japs offecials or any
    fairy,so i advice u f wnt to atemp dat,u just make do offering & prayer 1’s b4 u start d operation.bat ders some treasure buried only w/out scurity just only sign=)

  34. i was dug and i found 2 barrel drum but it was no content inside the drums but a lot of broken glasses and broken china wares, in 3 ft. deep i have found 2 horse shoe what it mean about this markers

  35. Anyone have a deep search/locater radar type image scanner in Luzon Philippines that is willing to rent to us on our project. Need ASAP! We are willing to pay fee’s and or percentage if our project is successful. Please contact me via email: robinsonmike50@yahoo.com

  36. I am engaged to Filipina and it appears we have bars on some her relatives family land

    They asked me to buy it and ship it to my step fathers jewlry business for resale?

    I am just wondering how to go about this the right way



    PS Great article