But he actually meant he wanted to quit exploring the swamp. Finally, the scenario at the end of the finale was just a bit too rehearsed to seem credible. A rock fifty miles from Oak Island is examined. So the dye should have leaked out through the flood tunnels by the same route it entered. Three female descendants of the man who originally found the money pit were on the show and presented an item that they claim was one of the things their ancestor had taken from one of the three treasure chests he and his friends recovered.
I really enjoy learning about the history of the island and the different theories of what could be hidden on the island. When you have evidence present it, otherwise this is complete fluff. They obviously are very passionate about what is buried on the island and how it git there and I hope the best for them. A Zena Halpern map is examined again and it is determined that the English translations of the map done to present have been incorrect. A part of the swamp is drained and a wooden stake is found.
So, you can watch some environmental destruction for the purposes of chasing nonsense if you like but I'm hoping the Canadian government will step in and put an end to it. Even worse, that The History Channel stoops to televising it! I find the constant shifting of theories; wait a minute, theories isn't the correct word here, maybe wild hunches might be a better way to describe it; annoying especially since most of the tangible evidence contradicts itself and could be random. What a disappointment the channel has become! Based on the information discovered in France, the team concludes that the Oak Island swamp should be excavated again. Mainly because there is no fussing and fighting shown if there even is any. In 1995, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution did a study of the island. The team presents an unsupported theory that was ordered to incorrectly map Nova Scotia to hide Oak Island by at the direction of Rochefoucauld family. Archived from on September 26, 2015.
Note: This episode is a special. It feels as if the narrator is attempting to catch us up on what's happening after every small occurrence. It is not plausible for such an industrious endeavor to occur when the technology to sail was not even present. I will gladly read the episode summaries after the series is over. I could watch two more hours, just on the coconut fibers. I'm sure that crew could get to the bottom of this.
A small lead cross is found at Smith's Cove. It's about friends and family coming together and working towards a goal. The team decides to do a new examination of borehole 10X. Ancient theories and cryptic messages - just silly. There is an unproductive search for treasure north of the Money Pit. It's an amazing story and yes, I sincerely hope the brothers can solve the mystery.
But lets say they did. What I find irritating is the narration. But for any series to be successful, there has to be substance. When I heard there was going to be a show about the mystery, I was thrilled. And if there's a nice, condensed documentary, that's even better.
. Rick Lagina is determined to get a diver down there after two or three failed attempts to see what's in it, and to prove his theory that the cavern is man- made and that man- made tunnels lead into it through which, supposedly, the treasure was carried in and hidden. I think the son of one of the brothers will be there to carry on the search if they do not find it in his father's lifetime. In one episode one of the brothers is lowered down a shaft and the cage wobbles - the narrator then suggests that he was in mortal danger which is of course rubbish. .
Please please please don't cancel the show because I am addicted to the story and really like the guys on the show. Rocks are found at Smith's Cove. A button claimed to be from the 1700s and an old jewelry fragment are located by metal detector. Pieces of wood are carbon dated. Just three women who said their family heirloom proved there was or had been a fabulous treasure on Oak Island. I can't believe so-called intelligent people actually waste their time on this drivel.
So we are left to wonder how or if this is any a part of the mystery. The drilling of the latest borehole encounters an obstruction at 75 feet. Equipment failure delays excavation of a new hole. To be honest, this show contains more history than a number of History shows, even if they are just theories. At the end of the show, they received information about how old the fiber was. I read the same article in Readers Digest.