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The Curse Of Oak Island

was thatguy

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It isn’t about “treasure”, although I do think there is virtually no limit as to one might imagine is buried there.

It is the history that is mind boggling.
There is no “one” lesson there.

I have literally learned far more about Templar’s, North American history, and numerous other topics from that show than I ever learned in school.

The men that did what they did on that island going back literally a thousand years or more is absolutely unbelievable. Whatever motivated men to engineer and construct the different shit there can only be described as total commitment.
Like biblical life and death commitment.
What they have done on that show has changed written history.


BTW, Escobars millions is gay as hell.
 

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There is something in the money pit. The levels are too damn consistent with the planking. I just wish they would stop messing around in the swamp build a damn and dig the damn thing up.
 

Carlson-jet

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How did I miss this.. Off to the rabbit hole. :D
 

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I am hooked on this show...but some of the shit they say and from the "experts" come on man!!! The blacksmith thas say the chisel point carver was 14 century...come on man! That this was found 3 feet from the ocean at low tide meaning it was mostly likely covered in salt water and rocks for more than half its life...no way it stays 400+ years in that condition being carbon steel. Even if it was on land, buried it wouldnt look that good.
That's a Bobbie Dazzler!
 

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I am hooked on this show...but some of the shit they say and from the "experts" come on man!!! The blacksmith thas say the chisel point carver was 14 century...come on man! That this was found 3 feet from the ocean at low tide meaning it was mostly likely covered in salt water and rocks for more than half its life...no way it stays 400+ years in that condition being carbon steel. Even if it was on land, buried it wouldnt look that good.
That's a Bobbie Dazzler!
He said 18th century but was prompted to add it could be as early as 14th....eh.
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There is something in the money pit. The levels are too damn consistent with the planking. I just wish they would stop messing around in the swamp build a damn and dig the damn thing up.
Lol, pretty sure they got environuts up in Canada too. It ain't the 50s or 60s anymore. For gawds sake, they can't hardly put a shovel in the ground without Laird being there to give the historical preservation green light.
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This isn't HGTV where 4 months of work is done in 30 minutes.:D:D
 

was thatguy

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probably fell ouy of a good Catholics pocket walking the beach in 1972.??
Possible!
This is a carving from the wall in the prison cell where Templar’s were held before being executed, after being arrested as heretics by Phillip the IV in France. Believed carved Sometime after the order was given October, Friday the 13th 1307 and Molays execution in 1314.
The lead cross was found in Smiths Cove excavation. The lead, as I recall, was linked to French origin from the same time period, actually about 100 years earlier if memory serves.


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RiverDave

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WTF is Escobars millions? Are they searching for buried cash?

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