120,684. Rick Lagina has decided to focus his attention on the strange carvings that have been discovered all over the island. The Curse of Oak Island s3e6: Carved in Stone
120,685. According to Fred Nolan’s theory, a large portion of the precious cargo never made it back to the King. A small group of officers conspired to hide it on nearly Oak Island. The Curse of Oak Island s3e7: The Missing Peace
120,846. The waters of Mahone Bay where Oak Island is located was once part of the trade route between Europe and the New World in the 16th and 17th centuries. It was also here during the height of piracy that merchant ships and the valuable cargo they carried fell victim to attack and plunder. The Curse of Oak Island s3e8: Phantom of the Deep
120,847. An old drill bar that fell down 10X thirty years ago is still wedged somewhere in the 27-inch portion of the shaft: this could present an impossible obstacle. The Curse of Oak Island s3e9: Columbus Day
120,848. What appears to be a mysterious triangle-shaped object lying at a depth of 20 feet on the ocean floor. ibid.
97,221. To get to the bottom of borehole 10X, they decided to hire professional divers … Just minutes into the much-anticipated dive they’ve lost all communication. The Curse of Oak Island s3e10: Silence in the Dark
121,135. And explore the area on the island known as Nolan’s Cross. ibid.
97,342. In recent decades several ancient coins identified as being Carthaginian in origin were found in the coastal regions just north of Oak Island. The Curse of Oak Island s3e11: Sword Play
97,343. The harsh uncertainties of autumn. And a season of both promise and headway is coming to an end. The Curse of Oak Island s3e12: Voices from Below
121,386. ‘I’ve been on this rollercoaster road of Oak Island for eight years now.’ ibid. Rick
121,387. A 21-foot void deep inside the money pit. ibid.
97,408. What lies at the bottom of the infamous man-made bore-hole known as 10X? … ‘Yes, I’m in the tunnel.’ The Curse of Oak Island s3e13: Secrets & Revelations, diver
97,409. In 1804 after successfully excavating the pit to a depth of ninety feet McGinnis and his fellow treasure hunters unearthed a large stone slab with strange carved markings on it. But when they removed it, the hole filled with seawater as if some sort of booby-trap had been sprung. ibid.
97,410. Something of great value really could be buried in the Money Pit. ibid.
121,538. Determined searchers have been digging on Oak Island for 220 years. They’ll hope to unearth ancient artefacts, religious relics and of course unknown riches and treasure. The Curse of Oak Island recap special
121,539. This year Rick and Marty Lagina are set to out-do all the treasure hunters that came before them. ibid.
121,540. Chappell found what looked like flakes of gold and a small piece of parchment with the letters V I clearly visible. But when he later tried to dig down to recover what he found, the hole collapsed from flooding and the mysterious wooden box was never found again. That is not until 2014 when Rick, Craig and the team found evidence that matched the description of the long lost vault. ibid.
121,541. Smith’s Cove is central to the theory that whatever is buried in the money pit is protected by an elaborate booby-trap system likely constructed many centuries ago. ibid.
121,542. The casing oscillator is here and ready to rock. ibid.
99,627. To invest more than $2 million in a go-for-broke effort. The Curse of Oak Island s4e1: Going for Broke
99,628. ‘I would love there to be a Templar connection.’ (Oak Island & Knights Templar) ibid. Rick
99,629. Twenty miles north of Oak Island Rick Lagina … continues to explore the inside walls of an old well that is located on property that researchers believe was once the site of a stone castle built more than eight hundred years ago by members of the Knights Templar. (Oak Island & Knights Templar) ibid.
99,630. ‘There’s this strange map; there’s this description of a hatch.’ ibid.
99,767. Three ancient documents which she believes prove a connection between the Knights Templar and activities on Oak Island going back to the twelfth century. (Oak Island & Knights Templar) The Curse of Oak Island s4e2: Always Forward
99,768. The so-called hatch could be an important discovery for the team. ibid.
99,769. And decided to drill two approximately forty-inch-wide steel-reinforced holes into the most promising sites. ibid.
99,770. The Templars might have visited the new world as far back as the twelfth century. (Oak Island & Knights Templar) ibid.
99,888. Fred Nolan first came to Oak Island in 1958. And was later invited to survey the island in 1961 by land-owner M R Chappell. After locating what he believe to be a number of stone markers and monuments, Fred became convinced that the key to solving the Oak Island mystery was to search above ground and not below it. The Curse of Oak Island s4e3: Swamp Things
99,994. ‘We found the location of the ninety-foot stone’ [from the money pit] Curse of Oak Island s4e4: No Stone Unturned, History 2016
99,995. So far they’ve found pieces of gold chain, a stone slab with strange symbols carved into it, even a seventeenth-century Spanish coin. ibid.
100,100. They’ve begun digging in the Oak Island money pit. The Curse of Oak Island s4e5: Bullseye
100,101. What could the mysterious box contain? ibid.
100,102. ‘We are very close to … an answer.’ ibid.
100,103. ‘Wood! Well I’ll be damned!’ ibid.
100,228. After three years of careful planning … the mysterious wooden box … some 143 feet deep beneath the so-called Money Pit. The Curse of Oak Island s4e6: Circles in Wood
100,229. Not the Chappell vault. ibid.
100,475. Excavation of the swamp … If theories of a shipwreck buried there could be true. The Curse of Oak Island s4e7: All that Glitters
100,476. The swamp had proven the most difficult place to explore. ibid.
101,117. They’re inserting a high-resolution camera into the shaft in an effort to see if they can locate the mysterious gold-coloured object they spotted last years. The Curse of Oak Island s4e8: The Mystery of Samuel Ball
101,118. Although he [Samuel Ball] was reported to have lived on Oak Island as a simple cabbage farmer, by the time of his death in 1846 he had become one of the richest men in the area. ibid.
101,466. Dan’s [Blankenship] focus throughout much of his fifty-plus years on Oak Island was 10X. The Curse of Oak Island s4e9: Echoes from the Deep
101,467. Scanning data at the bottom of the C1 shaft to determine if it’s stable enough … a possible man-made tunnel more than 170 feet below ground; if so, who built it? ibid.
101,468. Some kind of passageway exists in the void at the bottom of C1 … but it is a natural formation? ibid.
101,740. ‘Well I got one spot I just got a hit there. There are two areas just above the clay uh silt down there that are two hard hits.’ The Curse of Oak Island s4e10: About Face, diver
102,872. Inserting a pipe some 230 feet into the bottom of 10X; then a large volume of compressed air is pumped down to force water and sediment and objects back up through the pipe to the surface. The Curse of Oak Island s4e11: Presidential Secrets
102,241. Could finding the lost jewels of Mary Antoinette really be the key to solving the Oak Island mystery? The Curse of Oak Island s4e12: Hyde Park & Seek
102,242. Now that the new copper dam system has been installed the team will have access to a search area of approximately nine thousands feet. ibid.
102,243. There is a stratification there, a layered system, that could only have been put down by human hands. ibid.
102,588. Two large 40 inch wide holes at the two most promising locations … Valley 3 … and C1. The Curse of Oak Island s4e13: One of Seven
102,869. When the Money Pit was first discovered in 1795 treasure-hunter Dan McGinnis reported finding platforms made of rounded oak logs every ten feet. The Curse of Oak Island s4e14: Sticks & Stones
102,870. Have they really discovered timber dating as far back as 1670 A.D.? Could this be prove that the team has at long last found the location of the original money pit? ibid.
102,871. ‘There has to be enough’s enough.’ ibid. Martin
103,203. The last hole that will be dug at Oak Island this year. The Curse of Oak Island s4e15: Blood is Thicker
103,204. ‘Very little information about the money pit.’ ibid.
103,504. ‘A pretty big sheet of metal, about a foot and a half by a foot and a half.’ The Curse of Oak Island s4e16: Drilling Down
103,505. Is it possible that Rick, Marty, Craig and the team have found the same large metal obstruction that treasure hunter William Chappell described in 1897? ibid.
103,506. A Spanish galleon associated with Oak Island [swamp]. ibid.
103,507. ‘We now 160 feet; it’s very very exciting because there are odd things coming up.’ ibid.
103,508. ‘The button was related to the British military.’ ibid.