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★ Oak Island

140,273.  Today they are drilling borehole D-1.5, one of nearly twenty laid down across a strategic grid.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e7: The Root Cause

 

 

140,338.  It’s in the vicinity of the C-1 that they’ve not only recovered pieces of metal as well as water samples containing traces of both silver and gold but also evidence of wooden tunnels almost ninety feet deep.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e8: It All Adze Up

 

 

140,395.  Today, under the supervision of geologist Terry Matheson and OAk Island historian Charles Barkhouse the team have begun drilling a new borehole known as DE.1.5.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e9: Deeper Digs, Bigger Stakes

 

140,396.  The team appear to have discovered wood at a depth of just 75 feet in borehole G2.  Could it be connected to shaft 6 or is it a completely different manmade structure?  ibid.

 

 

140,515.  At a depth of 80-90 feet the team obtained evidence of a wall believed to be part of a structure simply known as Shaft 6.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e10: The Unusual Suspects

 

 

140,615.  They’ve asked Jeremy to reassess the seismic survey that his colleagues conducted in 2018 across the eastern drumlin of Oak Island … a possible twelve-foot by twelve-foot chamber approximately one hundred and sixty feet deep and potentially connected to a tunnel in the area where the team has already detected areas of silver and gold.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e11: Chamber of Secrets

 

140,616.  If the team did in fact drill into a tunnel, could it be the legendary booby-trap that’s believed to feed water into the Money Pit from Smith’s Cove, or because it was full of air, might it be a very different kind of man-made structure?  ibid. 

 

 

68,087.  The begin drilling a new borehole known as A-13.  They believe they are within striking distance of something that has eluded searchers for over 227 years: the legendary Money Pit treasure vault.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e12: A Boatload of Clues

 

68,088.  The team have discovered compelling evidence that the Swamp was not only man-made but ingeniously designed to hide something of great importance and possible value.  These include pieces of wooden cargo barrels, fragments of a ship, and even seismic data that identified a 200-foot-long object resembling the size and shape of an ancient treasure galleon.  ibid.

 

 

132,581.  A map created in 1701 of New Scotland, or Nova Scotia, depicting an area in the home bay where Oak Island is located as La Plata, or The Silver.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e13: The Silver Liner    

 

140,877.  Is there a ship in the swamp or are there bits of a ship in the swamp that were used for other things?  ibid.  Marty  

 

 

141,030.  Drilling borehole FTS2 where previous searchers believe the flood tunnel might be found at a depth of approximately 120 feet.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e14: Go Big or Go Home

 

141,031.  Signs that the ship’s wharf, first discovered last year, may not only be five hundred years old but of Portuguese origin.  ibid.

 

141,032.  Over the course of the last decade Rick, Marty, Craig and their team have found numerous artefacts and man-made workings from every era between the twelfth and eighteenth centuries.  ibid.

 

 

74,579.  The most ambitious excavation ever conducted in the fabled money pit in the hope of finally solving the 227 year old mystery … 10-foot-wide sections of steel caissons that will be used to dig up to four new extensive shafts across the Money Pit area.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e15: Premier of the Dig

 

 

141,163.  The team are excavating a ten-foot-wide steel-cased shaft in the Money Pit area which they have affectionately dubbed the Fellowship 1.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e16: Eyes and Boots on the Ground  

 

141,164.  It appears that the TF1 caisson has encountered a large object or obstruction that the hammer-grab tool is currently unable to retrieve.  ibid.   

 

141,165.  The obstruction in the TF1 shaft has been solved: the team have unearthed a large boulder which they apparently drilled through earlier this year in the six-inch borehole known as D-2.  ibid.

 

 

141,258.  They believe they may have finally pinpointed the location of the original Money Pit and the hiding place of a vast treasure.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e17: Goal Diggers

 

141,259.  The ten-foot-wide TF1 shaft excavated at the same location has now reached bedrock at a depth of 152 feet and found no further evidence of treasure.  ibid.

 

 

141,335.  Today the team will begin excavating their second ten-foot-wide shaft in an area where they’ve made some incredibly discoveries already this year: these include evidence of man-made wooden tunnels, ninety-feet deep, that were carbon dated to between 1488 and 1650, as well as traces of both silver and gold.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e18: Blast from the Past

 

141,336.  Over the past two weeks the team have been investigating a possible buried stone pathway running eastwards from the swamp.  ibid. 

 

 

5,540.  In the area dubbed the C1 cluster they are now approaching a depth of nearly 150 feet with their ten foot wide steel caisson shaft known as EC1, or known affectionately Early Christmas.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e19: Shaol Me the Money

 

5,319.  The team face a extraordinary question: where is the source of the traces of silver and gold located?  ibid.

 

78,312.  We expected to find gold and silver and we didn’t.  So are we disappointed?  Damn right we’re disappointed.  ibid.  Marty  

 

 

141,412.  In the Money Pit area they are working … to excavate a ten-foot-diameter shaft known as DH-82 … at the epicentre of the vast dig that was conducted in 1965 by Californian geologist Robert Dunfield who believed he was on course to recover the fabled Chappell vault.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e20: The Hedden Truth

 

141,413.  The investigation revealed a large subsurface metallic anomaly on Lot 4 and another on Lot 8.  ibid.

 

 

141,478.  Lot 8: Marty and Gary unearthed a large chain-like object as well has part of a suspected engine tool.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e21: A Lot of Secrets

 

141,479.  A highly anticipated dive operation with Tony Sampson [diver] and renowned underwater archaeologist, Dr Lee Spence … The scans identified a number of compelling anomalies.  ibid.

 

141,480.  Where to excavate a fourth and final steel-cased shaft this year in the hope of recovering the treasure.  ibid.  

 

 

141,528.  The team are currently excavating a ten-foot diameter shaft in the Money Pit area known as DMT2.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e22

 

141,529.  Lot 8: The team have now dug to the five-foot limit … a man-made paved feature and a huge artificially placed boulder.  ibid.

 

141,530.  DM2T has now cut into ancient man-made workings.  ibid.

 

 

141,573.  Due to a number of recent discoveries and developments Lot 8 has now become a critical zone of interest for the team.  The Curse of Oak Island s9e23: Follow the Cobblestone Road

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