The Curse of Oak Island: Getting Closer To The Money Pit Than Anticipated.
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The Curse of Oak Island: Getting Closer To The Money Pit Than Anticipated.

Last week, Doug Crowell excavated some historical documents. Luckily, the document suggested a new digging location. After that, the digging operation has been tasked with locating the original Money Pit. As the guys decided to go with new info, the fans are stoked to see what the outcome will be.

The Curse of Oak Island: Getting Closer To The Money Pit Than Anticipated.
Caption: The Curse of Oak Island: Doug Crowell.

However, the appearance of the artifacts is increasing. And, the stone roadway has proven a good location. Also, Rick Lagina thinks they may have succeeded in finding the Money Pit.

The Curse of Oak Island: Getting Closer To The Money Pit Than Anticipated.
Caption: The Curse of Oak Island; Rick Lagina in search of money pit.

 

Meanwhile, the other half of the team have started to believe the riches were unloaded onto a wooden wharf. After that, it was buried in the Money Pit. Moreover, the mysterious stone roadway discovered in the swamp has proven quite helpful.

The preview suggests the team will be hitting the jackpot very soon. Even Rick shouts “This might be the Money Pit”. And, the team finds lots of wood in the Money Pit area. That’s exactly what everyone’s looking for.

In addition, the guys discover the top of an old wooden barrel. After taking it and showing it to blacksmith expert Carmen Legge. He confidently says it’s really old and possibly from the 1400s.

Very Significant (Coal) Find.

The Money Pit is really close to the guys. As they already found the Tupper Shaft which is ten feet away from the Money Pit. Nevertheless, they also found a small piece of coal. And shockingly it fits right in the old tar pine kiln at Lot 15.

The old tar pine kiln was discovered by archaeologists David McGinnis and Aaron Taylor. And, it was concluded the kiln could have been used to seal underground tunnels which includes the Money Pit as well.

Slowly the pieces of the mystery are coming together. The piece of coal fitting onto the kiln at Lot 15 might be helpful for solving the mystery. There are lots of questions such as “who built the road?”. And, even Geologist Dr. Spooner says the piece of coal might be the most significant artifact they have.

The Curse of Oak Island that airs at 9/8c on History has fired up its viewers. The fans have been curious about the findings on the upcoming episodes.

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