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The mystery of Oak Island on history channel

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posted on Oct, 30 2017 @ 01:41 PM
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originally posted by: Gratheil
Epi 2 Dead Mans Chest
Evidence of pirates on Oak Island mounts after a treasure chest from the 1700s is found; Rick and Marty get stunning news about a find from the Money Pit.
Sounds promising honestly.

Maybe. Unless the "treasure chest" is found someplace else and not on the island, like in a museum somewhere, but they see it as somehow linked to the island (in that way they do), and the "stunning news" is that the whole Money Pit has collapsed. So, yes, I anticipate that the show's descriptions are going to turn out to be misleading.




posted on Oct, 30 2017 @ 01:59 PM
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Maybe. Unless the "treasure chest" is found someplace else and not on the island, like in a museum somewhere, but they see it as somehow linked to the island (in that way they do), and the "stunning news" is that the whole Money Pit has collapsed. So, yes, I anticipate that the show's descriptions are going to turn out to be misleading.


Thinking about it.. your most likely right.. The "chest" will be from a museum with sketchy info about where it was found. and that Key that is shown in the previews will magically open it. Hence the "Stunning" news.

I want to believe......



posted on Nov, 8 2017 @ 12:32 PM
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About what I expected for the 1st episode. A few cool look what we found items. was kinda suprised they sent a diver down this early.

What a horrific loss for Mr. Tester.



posted on Nov, 8 2017 @ 12:43 PM
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I have a love/hate relationship with this show. I've followed the story a long, long time, and I was very excited, but each episode could be 15 minutes long and we wouldn't miss anything important. I realize they need filler, but it's a bit over the top sometimes.
I also agree on the trunk or chest. It'll be found in Halifax in a second hand store or museum with an odd back story or something. "Its never been opened". They'll make a wax mould and forge a key and find "something ".

I also watch every episode despite it feeling contrived, so I guess it works.



posted on Nov, 8 2017 @ 03:27 PM
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a reply to: RadioRobert

I couldn't agree more.

I absolutely love the whole story, but its hard to describe the awkward feeling I have when watching it. Dave Blankenship has had enough. He just wants some #ing MONEY!, LOL...He always looks like hes about to call bull# on the whole thing. He's got that look on his face more than ever in this season's first episode...That, plus he's clearly had some sort of stroke since they shut down filming last season.

The show is a mess, but what a story.



posted on Nov, 8 2017 @ 05:22 PM
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I was watching the promo for the upcoming season and they kept saying "We found the Money Pit." But I've grown so wary of the show's tendency to edit in excitement where there is none, I can't help but imagine that a clever editor cut out the part right before where they say something like, "I wish we could tell people..." "I wish we could tell people, 'We found the Monty Pit.'"



posted on Nov, 8 2017 @ 05:45 PM
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originally posted by: Blue Shift
I was watching the promo for the upcoming season and they kept saying "We found the Money Pit." But I've grown so wary of the show's tendency to edit in excitement where there is none, I can't help but imagine that a clever editor cut out the part right before where they say something like, "I wish we could tell people..." "I wish we could tell people, 'We found the Monty Pit.'"


This is exactly what I expect because the show loves to do that. One positive so far is at least they seem to have vastly cut down on the "COULD IT BE THAT THE TEMPLARS..." speculation and showing the CGI animations of the supposed box drains and shaft collapses 500 times per episode. They really got right to it for this episode. Didn't waste 20 minutes talking diving in the shaft before actually doing it. Didn't waste a lot of time recapping last season, or discussing plans on how they were going to rebuild the road.

Something is really bothering me about that dive though. The almost crystal clear images from the cavern at the bottom of that shaft clearly seemed to show some kind of debris down there laying all against the wall. I realize that once the diver got down visibility almost dropped to zero, but it's a very small cavern and he was down there for 35 minutes. In all that time he couldn't feel around the base of the wall and find all that junk that seemed to be laying against it? Or even get a single blip of it from his metal detector?



posted on Nov, 9 2017 @ 11:49 AM
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a reply to: Charizard

I couldn't agree more. He literally should have be right underneath the chain link thingy and the camera should have helped him know exactly where he needed to go. It was like he decided..."Objects? I just want to feel around for the rocks a little bit"

Feel terrible for Tester. I am not too keen on the stepson of his but it brought a tear to my eye to be sure. I also found myself thinking....wasn't one more supposed to die before the secrets were revealed?

So....kinda macabre if they do find pay dirt....or pay wood



posted on Nov, 9 2017 @ 12:08 PM
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These guys really haven’t found much on Oak Island. When they find an old 16th century screw they start jerking themselves off like its some big discovery worth their wild and ours, but it s not.


Give them credit for trying but the TV show probably pays them more than they’ll ever get from all their high-tech digging.




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