Of course the episodes drag on into a point that it seems like a sopa opera: meetings, planing, digging, finding nothing, seing some guy with a new teory and ending the day in the pub. Experts who analyzed the artifact determined that it was forged in the 17 th or 18 th Century and that it was of Spanish-Mexican design. According to legend, the fiery phantom of the Young Teazer appears in the water of Mahone Bay from time to time, her ghostly crew standing amidst the flames that envelop her. The problem, as I understood it, was that the metal would be used on all sorts of chests including those storing clothes and other personal but not necessarily valuable items. I have yet to see any scientific methodology in the whole series.
I'm just curious as to how far they can drag this thing out. Had they taken the money and invested it in blue chip stocks or even money market or savings accounts and with the amount of money they had, they could have hit some very favorable rates they would have made a great deal more. And this substantiates that belief. While season 4 wrapped up with record high ratings in the finale, Rick and Marty Lagina seem primed to call it quits. The show was to suppose to tell us about that treasure, but the only real revelation they have made is when the McGinnis sisters showed up and said that their ancestor had maybe found the treasure some 200 years ago. In the next scene, Matty Blake reminds us of the legend of the curse of Oak Island, which holds that seven men must die in search of treasure there before the island will reveal her secrets. He thanks the treasure hunters for the opportunity to produce the show, and the treasure hunters praise him for doing such a good job of it.
But the team, and fans, are going to have to wait to find out more. It has to slowly get horrible and fall into an abyss deeper than one Rick and Marty would dig. Well, that certainly was a disappointment. While Captain Dobson and his crew prepared to defend their ship, a young American lieutenant named Frederick Johnson declared that he would not allow himself to be hanged before dashing towards the hold of the Young Teazer, where the privateers stored their gunpowder. They now belong to the history of the search for the oak island treasure and it's like they have to begin from scratch. We are not getting our money back.
This article is treasure in itself. The men open the lid to H8, lean over the shaft, and ask begin asking questions, their audio recorder at the ready. There, upon seeing the red coats and striped pants that made up the uniform of the 18th Century British militiaman, Charlotte surmised with a thrill of superstitious terror that her daughter might have seen the ghosts of British soldiers that day in 1940. You hit it right on the nose! Special Guests There are many people who live and work on this island in hopes that they will be the person to one day uncover the secret truth that lies buried deep within — or so everyone believes. Many who claim to have witnessed the Teazer Light, however, whether while standing on the shore or on the decks of their own ships, are certain that the phenomenon is nothing less than the frightening spectre of that American privateer that burned that fateful day in the summer of 1813.
This is a perfect opportunity to see a bit of the behind-the-scenes stuff that goes on, including deeper looks at the origins for particular show segments. One in all in, once in forever in! In order to combat this blockade, the New English states issued letters of marque to American sailors who wished to engage in privateering, or licenced piracy, against the British. When the Mel Meter fails to pick up anything of interest, Cano begins recording audio in the hope of picking up ghostly sounds inaudible to the human ear. Once we have disposed of this, and seemingly forgotten about the gold-plated button, they returned to continue their digging which reportedly has cost three or four million this year alone. Unlike the Kardashians, these guys aren't in it to be television stars. You have questions about that. Kevin Randle's view is incorrect.
The comments here go to show what kind of instant gratification society we live in. These voyages are obviously not documented. He proceeds to relate a ghost story of his own, which began as a brotherly dare. On June 26, after evading a succession of British warships, the Young Teazer found herself trapped by the Hogue in Mahone Bay, bounded by Mason Island and Rafuse Island, both of these located southeast of Oak Island. The stories with Knights Templar are ridiculous. The hunt is costing millions of dollars, but they are yet to find anything that would even come close to repaying it monetarily. Blake explains that Kaiser, who fell to his death in a pumping shaft in 1897, was the second man to die on Oak Island, and that his death might have given rise to the popular legend that seven men must die before the Oak Island treasure can be found.
In the two-hour season finale, we got the same old tired rhetoric that they were on the verge of finding proof that there was a treasure hidden in the Money Pit. Everyone in the room had their say as to what they believed were the most significant finds of the season, and it mainly came down to the lead cross, the bones and the parchment. Secondly, why when they dig and find water, are they so intent on sending a diver down given various other technology and remotes that are available? Check out the preview below! An interpretation of the discovery of the Money Pit. They also brought with them that small, gold cross that they had shown to the Lagina boys some time ago, saying that it was part of the treasure recovered by their ancestor. The search goes home for a while. Gary, Doug Crowell, Charles Barkhouse, Laird Niven, Dan Henskee, and Jack Begley all gave affirmative answers. Marty was eager to do more research on the stone, and find out more about its origins.
The whys, whens, wheres, hows, and what fors will be answered on this episode. Borehole 10-X Host Matty Blake sits down on stage with Rick and Marty Lagina, Craig Tester, and Dan Blankenship. As a builder and author. History tells us the Vikings discovered North America 1500 years before Christopher Columbus. Tonight on The Curse of Oak Island, fans and viewers have the opportunity to learn more about the brothers, the curse of the island, and all that goes into this type of lifestyle. After receiving the bad news Mike, monitoring the dive from the surface, told Nick to take his glove off and try to feel the obstruction with his bare hand. I say, to the Fellowship of the Dig! Uncoached began in 2007 with one site and a goal of creating content that was clear, concise, worth reading, entertaining, and useful.
Dan Blankenship presses the button to start sinking the caisson into the Money Pit area But what was it that led the team to believe the Money Pit was located underneath that exact point? All the 4 seasons have been disappointment after disappointment. Seeing all the discoveries together was impressive. Deena remarks that she was seventeen years old at the time of the , when treasure hunters Robert and Bobby Restall and two other men drowned at the bottom of an Oak Island shaft, having succumbed to hydrogen sulfide fumes. The Black Shuck Legend has it that Oak Island is haunted by the huge black dog with glowing red eyes. But one thing that we can really believe it by just watching it laing in the couch: there is or was someting buried there of some valor at some point of history! Maybe everything is been found or maybe there was nothing there to begin with but it's disappointing to watch a show after show with nothing worthwhile coming out of it. Again, they thought it looked old.
Well, I have followed this keenly and also have a few observations. And when the two, somewhat boring hours were over, they had found nothing to prove there was a treasure, only that lots of people had spent lots of time, lots of effort and lots of money to come up with just a few, tiny gold relics, some old British coins, and lots of wood that had been used in all the other attempts to find the treasure. It also included footage of the dramatic moment the team started sinking a huge 60in caisson down into what they believe is the original Money Pit. We had one episode on that! After bringing Matty to the site at which the fireball approached the island, Dave states that, a short distance away, Dan Henskee suffered a terrifying experience in 1973 in which he felt as if he were temporarily possessed by the spirit of a Spanish priest who had his throat slit. I don't believe I'm hiding behind my computer since my picture appears at the top of the blog, and information about me is freely available on a variety of platforms. In an earlier interview, Henskee concedes that he is unsure whether his experience was real or imaginary. Map of Oak Island Matty Blake then meets with parapsychologist Brian J.