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83,442. They came across different platforms made out of wood especially out of oak, and the deeper they dug they also came across a mat made of coconut fibre, and they came across a stone slab that had very bizarre writing on it. Giorgio A Tsoukalos, publisher Legendary Times magazine
12,227. There is a possibility that the Ark of the Covenant with its contents has been hidden on Oak Island. (Ark of the Covenant & Oak Island) Giorgio A Tsoukalos
129,427. Beneath a strange old oak tree the search began: in 1795 three boys found a deep pit built a century before. They were convinced it held something of immense value. The clues uncovered were so tantalising that men have been digging ever since. Today, two centuries later, the search continues for the buried treasure of Oak Island. In Search of s3e16 … The Money Pit Mystery, 1979
129,428. One of the world’s most elaborate treasure hunts is presently underway on Oak Island off the east coast of Canada. In the 1600s the waters of Nova Scotia were a haven for pirates eluding British and Spanish pursuit. ibid.
129,429. As early as 1720 strange lights have been seen at night on the island’s coast. Two fishermen who went out to investigate vanished. ibid.
60,679. In the autumn of 1898 on a modest farm in Kensington Minnesota a Swedish immigrant named Olof Ohman was clearing trees from his farm with the help of his sons. After brushing away the soil they noticed carvings on two sides of the stone: strange symbols no-one could read that resembled old Swedish runes. (Knights Templar & Oak Island) Holy Grail in America
60,680. The idea that the Knights Templar could have reached America is explosive and controversial. But the Templar story is riddled with the strange and unbelievable ... With their empire in Europe facing ruin, the Templars may have planned to rebuild what they called the New Jerusalem outside the realm of the Church. (Knights Templar & Oak Island) ibid.
60,681. Could that island be Oak Island? Rumoured for hundreds of years to be the site of a fabulous treasure hoard, Oak Island sits off the southern shore of Nova Scotia. (Knights Templar & Oak Island) ibid.
60,682. In 1795 three boys were digging when they came across a man-made shaft layered every ten feet with oak planks and coconut fibre. The stone told of a treasure thirty feet further down, but thirty feet down was a booby-trap ... The original shaft has been dubbed the Money Pit because so many investors have sunk money into its excavation without success. (Knights Templar & Oak Island) ibid.
60,683. The hooked X ... Evidence also connects it to the Templars by inclusion with Rosslyn Chapel, built by the Sinclairs. It’s on the East Coast Rune-stone. The Kensington Stone. And Columbus’s signature. A single symbol that ties everything together. And links it all to the Templars and the Freemasons. (Knights Templar & Oak Island) ibid.
60,686. The Oak Island treasure pit legend began in 1795 ... Some three metres down there was no treasure but a kind of wooden platform. They removed it and kept digging. Only to find another wooden platform nine metres below the surface. New excavations began later in 1803. Around every three metres the treasure hunters hit a platform of wooden beams ... Twenty-eight metres down they hit a mysterious stone. The purpose of the so-called Warning Stone became clear: it appeared to mark a boundary. Digging beyond it, workers found themselves engulfed by water flooding into the pit. (Knights Templar & Oak Island) Templars' Lost Treasure
83,441. Oak Island is now privately owned. Excavations continue but so far no treasure has emerged from the enigmatic tidal pit. ibid.
83,443. In 1795 three Nova Scotia farm boys set out to explore Oak Island after witnessing strange green lights coming from its shore in the middle of the night ... But who or what constructed this elaborately designed pit? And perhaps more importantly what if anything lies hidden at the bottom? Ancient Aliens: Close Encounters
83,444. In February 2013 brothers Rick and Marty Lagina travel from Michigan to an island in the north Atlantic in an attempt to solve an 200-year-old mystery. The Curse of Oak Island s1e1: What Lies Below
83,445. The mystery began in 1795 when three men discovered a strange indentation in the soil, which when excavated revealed fragments of gold chain, a small piece of paper with writing on it, and a large stone slab with curious codes and symbols carved into it. Nicknamed the Money Pit, the strange hole was eventually excavated by treasure hunters to a depth of ninety feet when one of them hit a booby trap which flooded the shaft with seawater. The Curse of Oak Island s1e2: The Mystery of Smith's Cove
83,446. Smith’s Cove has long been thought to be connected to the Oak Island mystery. ibid.
118,125. So far they have uncovered tunnels, booby-traps and carved stones with strange symbols. The Curse of Oak Island s1e3: Voices from the Grave
118,126. Since the original money pit was discovered on the island in 1795 six men have died violently while searching for treasure. ibid.
83,447. You believe that the Menorah from the Temple of Solomon could be buried on Oak Island? The Curse of Oak Island s1e4: The Secrets of Solomon's Temple
83,448. Theorists believe that the Knights Templar rescued priceless religious artifacts from the Temple in Jerusalem. ibid.
83,449. Located in the centre of the island the strange triangular-shaped swamp is thought to have been man-made, but why? The Curse of Oak Island s1e5: The Find
83,450. Will the strange copper object found in the swamp prove to be an authentic seventeenth-century Spanish coin? ibid.
118,603. For years treasure hunters believed the islands off the coast of Nova Scotia were a haven for Spanish and Portuguese pirates. The Curse of Oak Island s2e1: Once In Forever In
118,758. Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina are about to take on their most difficult and expensive challenge yet: they have decided to locate and hopefully excavate Oak Island’s notorious treasure vault known as the Money Pit. But first they have to find it. The Curse of Oak Island s2e2: Return to the Money Pit
118,950. A week ago the cousins [Pulitzer & Raiford] came to Oak Island armed with Hutton’s theory that the Oak Island mystery involved treasure taken from King Solomon’s temple. The Curse of Oak Island s2e3: The Eight-Pointed Star
118,951. There are some historians who believe their [Phoenicians] knowledge of the sea may have enabled them to sail all the way across the Atlantic ocean. ibid.
119,182. Look into every lead and explore every theory. The Curse of Oak Island s2e4: The Breakthrough
119,183. The Money Pit: This legendary so-called treasure site has been dug up and filled in over a dozen time in the last two-hundred years. ibid.
94,972. So far they have uncovered booby-trapped flood tunnels, carved stones with strange symbols, seventeenth-century Spanish coins, and evidence of a mysterious wooden vault covered in concrete. The Curse of Oak Island s2e5: The 90-Foot Stone, History 2015
94,973. Known as the 90-foot stone because of the depth at which it was discovered, the strange stone slab contained numerous carved symbols. ibid.
94,974. There are many Oak Island researchers who believe there are strong connections between the Oak Island mystery and the ancient fraternity of builders known as the Freemasons. ibid.
119,469. The team obtained two core samples … [that] match the historical description of a mysterious seven-foot-tall wooden vault first reported by treasure hunter William Chappell in 1897. The Curse of Oak Island s2e6: Seven Must Dye
119,619. The key to shutting off the water and getting to the Money Pit may be found hidden in the Oak Island swamp. The Curse of Oak Island s2e7: Trail of the Templars
119,665. According to McGowan and Butler the Oak Island Money Pit was constructed by Freemasons some time in the 15th century and was intended to be an exact copy of what they called the Enochian Chambers. The Curse of Oak Island s2e8: X Marks the Spot
119,666. The swamp is filling up just as soon as the pumps can drain it. ibid.
119,667. Located 180 feet away from the Money Pit, 10X was dug in the 1970s … 10X also flooded. ibid.
119,754. They will send two divers down to the bottom of borehole 10X … an extremely dangerous task. The Curse of Oak Island s2e9: Dangerous Dive
119,893. 10X began as a 27-inch-wide shaft that eventually reached the staggering depth of 235 feet. But in 1976 after a cave-in that nearly almost him, Dan Blankenship widened the hole ro 8 feet in diameter. The Curse of Oak Island s2e10: Big Reveal
119,894. The conditions in 10X are just too dangerous right now to continue the dive safely; the dive is being aborted. ibid.
120,003. It’s another year on Oak Island, one that marks a significant milestone for Rick and Marty Lagina. The Curse of Oak Island s3e1: The Hole Truth
120,004. It is now finally time to dig. ibid.
120,158. After completing a series of sonar tests which indicated that everything from wooden posts, chests, man-made tunnels and even a dead body could lie at the bottom of the 235-foot shaft known as 10X, they are more determined that ever to send a diver down to find out if these results are true. The Curse of Oak Island s3e2: Pipe Down
120,385. Oak Island theoriest Robert Markus … Markus believes that the lost treasure of King Solomon’s Temple including the Ark of the Covenant were buried on Oak Island hundreds of years ago by the Knights Templar. The Curse of Oak Island s3e3: Time to Dig
96,180. While digging in the area where the original Money Pit was discovered in 1795, they've just uncovered a section of wall they believe is part of a 78-year-old searcher tunnel. The Curse of Oak Island s3e4: The Overton Stone
120,626. But first Marty and Rick will hire a remote-operated vehicle to get solid images of the 27-inch hole and the mysterious cavern. The Curse of Oak Island s3e5: Disappearing Act
120,627. In 1786 [Samuel] Ball purchased four acres of land on Oak Island For £8 sterling … At the time of his death in 1845 the former slave turned cabbage farmer had purchased several more acres of land … Samuel Ball became one of the richest men in Nova Scotia, but how? ibid.
120,628. The recent discovery of the Hedden shaft, the searcher shaft dug by treasure hunter Gilbert Hedden in 1937, has become one the team’s biggest accomplishments so far. ibid.