In the main area that has been along with the till lie bits of , which become more deeper down. A diver is later sent into the swamp and finds no additional objects. Some of the team are in denial about this and insist there is still some point in exploring 10-X further on the basis that Dan Blankenship has spent so much time on it, it must be the key to the alleged puzzle. You may unsubscribe via the link found at the bottom of every email. Based on the information discovered in France, the team concludes that the Oak Island swamp should be excavated again.
The Knights Templar also earned revenue from landowning, farming, managing vineyards, and importing and exporting, all the while still receiving donations from Europe. They are also presented with a theory that Oak Island is a copy of and that the entrance to the Money Pit is in the swamp. Following the during the , the British government of Nova Scotia enacted a series of measures to encourage settlement of the area by the European-descended New Englanders. Pottery fragments are found in the trench. The ocean has an effect on Oak Island in terms of visibility, as the southern coasts of Nova Scotia can be hidden in fog for as many as 90 days a year. The team observes a pattern in part of a cave carving that they claim is roughly similar to an upside-down image of the Rochefoucauld family coat of arms and conclude that the family must be linked to the Knights Templar. And with that, the meeting is ended.
In the fall of 1307, Templar knights were rounded up all over Europe and imprisoned in castle dungeons. Borehole 10-X Next, Blake meets with Dan and Dave Blankenship and Rick Lagina at Borehole 10-X. After taking the tourists to see Borehole 10-X, Blake and Barkhouse bring their charges to the Money Pit area. The island is best known for various theories about possible buried treasure or historical artifacts, and the associated exploration. When prompted, all three treasure hunters affirm their desire to explore the swamp further. These special guests have information, history and insight you need to see. Having completed their discussion, Blake shows the team a video he put together documenting his various streetside interviews with Nova Scotians who live in the vicinity of Oak Island.
Although most later recanted their confessions, scores of Templars were convicted of heresy and burnt at the stake. These men, in the early autumn of 1307, gathered together a number of important Templar treasures, which had been secreted away in various Templar strongholds in France, and brought them to the French port city of La Rochelle. The remaining Templar knights and men-at-arms put up a last stand, which culminated in the destruction of the Templar Fortress. I wish they're stay on the Island more and finish what they started. While it is unknown when Oak Island was first discovered, the tribe had a presence in the overall area which included the entire island of.
This season they found human bones that are very old, and what we think to be of Middle Eastern descent. The gathering sunlight gradually illuminates the place, revealing a giant compass rose painted on the floor; Blake is standing at the centre. Various objects including non native have been found there. On the ride to the house, Dave tells Blake that his father was the reason that he initially became involved in the Oak Island treasure hunt. Two human bone fragments were recovered and sent in for testing.
After the video has finished playing, talk once again turns to the future. They called themselves the Poor Fellow Soldiers of Jesus Christ. I never expected to be back home in Boston doing radio at this point in my career. Efforts to restore their habitat such as curbing the population of other bird species have been undertaken. By Friday 18, 1291, all of the city save for the huge Templar Fortress had been captured by the Mamluk army.
Also, I think the industry has changed a bit. Meanwhile the team supposedly inches their way to the alleged target in the Money Pit. Determined to resume the search for treasure on the island, they explore an abandoned shaft called and use water pressure to pump material to the surface. Rocks are found at Smith's Cove. It's just a nasty filthy hole in the ground that looks more like a septic tank entrance than a hole to King Solomans treasure.
Others say it included the Menorah, the seven-armed lampstand of pure gold used to illuminate the Holy of Holies in the Temple of Solomon. And it' getting where I'm turning it more and more. The aired a documentary called starting in January, 2014 about a group of modern treasure hunters. Season finale featured McGinnis gold cross, iron spike, and other artifacts evaluated by antiques appraiser Dr. Later, Matty Blake meets with Gary Drayton. After speaking briefly on the subject of the they found there in Season 4, Episode 7, the treasure hunters explain that they have already been able to unearth a number of interesting artifacts on the island thanks to erosion resultant of the aforementioned storms, which brought these items closer to the surface. In a separate investigation, a cavity is found far underground near the Money Pit.
So with his new special, Drilling Down: The Curse of Oak Island , airing this month on the History Channel, I asked Matty all about his gig in which his team searches for treasure on an island up in Nova Scotia. Another copper coin is found on the island. The episode ends with a short history of the Lagina brothers' interest in Oak Island. Twenty years later, a French knight named Hugues de Payens, following the example of the Knights Hospitaller, gathered together eight knights to whom he was related and formed a similar Order. The show is called Curse Of Oak Island. A folding metal key is examined. This is a show about family, faith, and discovery.
If I could find the treasure on Oak Island, I would make a bet with it that there would be another season. Archived from on 28 May 2016. This market has been fed a steady diet of straight sports talk largely done by beat writers and ex-players that they put on air. When the Templars were rounded up by French authorities on October 13, 1307, several Templar galleys laden with this treasure left the port and were never seen again. I can neither confirm nor deny; however, I will say this: Every year I have worked on the show, I have privately said to the people around me that they might not come back for another season. Check out the preview below! Dave describes how the spoils from the latest airlifting contained fragments of old wood and metal, which are currently being tested.