A new probe-drilling operation that will be conducted from within the garden shaft in order to look for valuables just outside the structure. The Curse of Oak Island s10e16: Striking Gold
DN10.5: Water-testing has suggested a large source of gold. ibid.
‘This piece … the Garden Shaft inner lining … from this one I detected gold.’ ibid. Emma
The team have reached a depth of sixty feet with the reconstruction of the so-called Garden Shaft, a dilapidated 80-foot structure that may not only be related to the original Money Pit but might also hold the keys to solving a 228-year-old treasure mystery. The Curse of Oak Island s10e17: A Well of Secrets
Lot 11 near the triangle-shaped swamp: having been given the location of a reported buried well by Tom Nolan, they are eager to excavate the feature. ibid.
The reconstruction of the alleged garden shaft … located less than twenty feet east from the alleged treasure zone where the team has discovered their highest traces of silver, gold and other metals between depths of eighty and a hundred and twenty feet. The Curse of Oak Island s10e18: A Quadrilateral Move
‘I think the quadrilateral [Lot 13] is a human construct …’ ibid. Rick
Francisco Noguera: ‘This [Lot 26] is a Portuguese rock wall’ … more than 500 years old. ibid.
It is possible that a vast golden treasure was moved in the sixteenth century from Portugal to Oak Island by members of the Order of Christ? ibid.
They have a number of reasons to believe that the Garden Shaft, which is now being reconstructed, may be the key to locating the legendary treasure vault. The Curse of Oak Island s10e19: Ramping Up
The team have hit an impenetrable obstruction approximately fifteen feet outside of the garden shaft at a depth of sixty-five feet … Is it natural or is it man-made? ibid.
In the fabled Money Pit area, the team are now clearing out and preparing to refurbish the final ten feet of a mysterious structure known as the Garden Shaft. The Curse of Oak Island s10e20: A Barrel Full of Clues
Baby Blob: The Money Pit treasure vault could be located between 80 and 120 feet underground. The team encountered a tunnel at a depth of approximately 95 feet that is heading almost directly under the Garden Shaft. The Curse of Oak Island s10e21: Roman Around
The team have almost completed the reconstruction of the mysterious 82-foot deep feature known as the Garden Shaft, a potentially early eighteen-century construct. The Curse of Oak Island s10e22: Starry Knights
The reconstruction of the Garden Shaft in the money pit area is nearing completion. The Curse of Oak Island s10e23: The Italian Job
The circular feature on Lot 5 – a possibly ancient fortification and perhaps of Scottish origin. ibid.
The fast-approaching north Atlantic winter will soon force them to halt their operations till next spring. They are now in a race against time to find whatever may lie below the garden shaft in the Money Pit area. The Curse of Oak Island s10e24: Down the Hatch
The mysterious stone ramp that was fully unearthed two weeks ago. A ramp that connects the vast 800-year-old stone paved area to a cobblestone pathway that leads out of the brackish bog and to somewhere on the island. ibid.
The tunnel believed to run below the garden shaft in the money pit area may have been found. ibid.
In the fabled Money Pit area the team are about to begin a new probe-drilling operation at a depth of approximately 82 feet in the bottom of the reconstructed Garden Shaft. The Curse of Oak Island s10e25: And the Hits Keep Coming
Lot 5: A circular depression that’s completely lined with large stones … among the most mysterious … It has a 13-foot inner diameter just like the original Money Pit; this has made Rick, Marty and the team wonder if it could be the alleged hole under a hatch, a feature which appears on a reported 14th century map of Oak Island. ibid.
The new discoveries made so far by Rick, Marty, Craig and the rest of the Fellowship keep offering mounting evidence that centuries ago someone came a long way from Europe to leave something of great value hidden in the Money Pit. The Curse of Oak Island: European Connection, History 2023
Clearly there are connections between what you found in Europe and the Knights Templar. ibid. presenter
The team was in awe as they entered the enigmatic medieval church in the town of Roslyn. ibid.
Nearly every square foot of the Chapel’s walls and ceiling are covered with carved symbols related to the Templars. ibid.
‘The 9th level of the Money Pit didn’t contain the treasures but instead a tunnel, a tunnel that led 996 feel due west to the Enochian chamber below the edge of the triangle-shaped swamp.’ ibid. Alan’s theory
‘The Portuguese were mainly here more in the early part of the 1500s.’ ibid. Craig
‘I want to throw every resource we can this year.’ The Curse of Oak Island s11e1: On the Money, Marty, History 2024
Several stunning revelations in other areas of the island. These include Lot 26 where the team investigated a stone wall … along with a stone well … The most compelling were unearthed on Lot 5 which was purchased in 2022. ibid.
The team have just broken ground on a borehole known as DN12. A borehole located within the alleged Baby Blob or treasure zone. ibid.
‘We do hit wood in DN12 at about 97 feet … We’re clearly into a collapsed chamber of some sort.’ ibid. Marty
The team are currently drilling a borehole on their strategic grid known as D.5N-26.5. Located several feet east of the mid-Seventeenth-century structure known as the Garden Shaft, it’s their hope that this new borehole will encounter a mysterious tunnel that they’d previously discovered at a depth of 95 feet. The Curse of Oak Island s11e2: Heavy Lifting
In the Money Pit area the Oak Island team have just recovered evidence of a possible tunnel several feet east of the Garden Shaft. ibid.
‘We get this tunnel in multiple locations.’ ibid. Rick
It’s the team’s hope that they’ll once again penetrate a mysterious tunnel that’s believed to run directly west ... The team detected additional evidence of precious metals on a wood sample. The Curse of Oak Island s11e3: Taking Their Shot
‘I’ve got seven feet of tunnel.’ ibid. wood sample
The team are digging a new borehole in their strategic grid – D5N.27 located several feet east of the 82-feet mid-18th-century structure known as the Garden Shaft. The Curse of Oak Island s11e4: Shear Mystery
‘This is a totally unknown structure: it’s possibly the top of an offset chamber.’ ibid. D5N.27 at 95 feet
Representatives from the contract mining company have begun to arrive with heavy machinery. ibid.
A possible treasure tunnel at a depth of approximately 111 feet. A tunnel that runs directly under the Garden Shaft. ibid.
A tunnel that has not only yielded water samples containing evidence of gold but also heads west into the alleged Baby Blob where the team have detected the highest traces of precious metals in the Money Pit area. The Curse of Oak Island s11e5: Muon the Horizon
A high density target located at 230 feet deep in the Money Pit area. Could this mean multiple treasures buried on Oak Island? ibid. muon survey
‘We are seeing gold in the cavity, Aladdin’s Cave.’ ibid. survey guy
Another compelling target was identified several feet to the south-west within a deep cavity … affectionately named Aladdin’s Cave. The Curse of Oak Island s11e6: The Grand Opening
Lot 5: ‘Now we have a large structure that continues to puzzle … a multi-generational effort.’ ibid. Rick
Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina are about to get their first opportunity of the year to personally inspect the ongoing renovations that are being made in the mid-18th century structure known as the Garden Shaft. The Curse of Oak Island s11e7: The Great Flood
New evidence that Aladdin’s cave may contain man-made workings … wood. ibid.
The Garden shaft has been flooded with a huge amount of stagnant water … ‘Where is it leaking from?’ ibid.
Following a recent torrential storm which hit the southern region of Nova Scotia, something that may not be related to mother nature triggered a constant flow of water to enter the garden shaft at a depth of sixty-six feet. The Curse of Oak Island s11e8: A Void at All Costs
Lot 5: ‘This is some sort of habitation or structure that pre-dates the Money Pit discovery … Whether or not they are related to the money pit story.’ ibid. Jack
In the Money Pit area, representatives from the contracted mining company Dumas believe they have finally identified the location where a mysterious inflow of water has been flooding the 87-foot mid-18th-century Garden Shaft for almost 2 weeks. The Curse of Oak Island s11e9: Filling Cavities
3 million gallons of brackish water have been pumped from the bog. ibid.