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[00:00:00] Tonight on the curse of Oak Island, whatever this is event here. Wow. Ooh, it's an an accent. This house could be a weapon at sample came out the 1741 what the hell does that fit with the raids on portraits? Lewisburg. Paul, Rick. Look at this one. Drain system looks like flood tunnel or Bach strains. Whoa.
[00:00:24] We're uncovering something here that people haven't seen for hundreds of years.
[00:00:31] There is an Island in the North Atlantic where people have been looking for an incredible treasure. For more than 200 years. So far, they have found a stone slab with strange symbols carved into it. Mysterious fragments of human bone and the led cross whose origin may stretch back to the days of the Knights Templar today.
[00:00:58] Six men have died trying [00:01:00] to solve the mystery, and according to legend, one more will have to die before the treasure can be found. A Tom Olin? Could it be? https://preview.redd.it/hk77gzd8y6f41.png?width=1280&format=png&auto=webp&s=1794363296889b6b31db58f8370eda9f4dea35e9
[00:01:22] Let's see what we've got.
[00:01:28] There was a lot of water in here. Certainly rules in the aftermath of a powerful hurricane, which hit Oak Island and the surrounding region with winds of nearly 100 miles per hour. Downing trees and causing structural damage across the Island. Brothers, Rick and Marty Latina are eagerly trying to put their search efforts back on track.
[00:01:57] Our escalation area was full. We're making headway. [00:02:00] I think we're still in good shape. I think we are. Hurricane Dorian also completely filled the recently drained swamp with ocean water. 14 the team's efforts to investigate the mysterious stone paved pathway that was discovered earlier this year after the extensive pumping we did, we are currently back to square one in the swamp.
[00:02:23] That's problematic. We've got to drain it as quickly as we can and hope the weather holds. Just working out, Scott, I think that, you know, it's, it's going to be wet no matter how long we wait, so I think we're just going to have to let this settle out and then pump down. I'd say two to three days before we get in here.
[00:02:39] They are too old, like a big difference here. Yup. Um, but the real impact is going to be this place really that paved area. That's right. So this is critical. If we can get this dry to the point where we can at least investigate a 10 by 20 area, come to some understanding of what it may or may not be, whether it's natural or artificial.
[00:02:59] I agree with [00:03:00] that. Every day is a new day. Do what we can and move forward. Yup. Later that same day as the pumping operation at the Oak Island swamp continues. Hey guys, Rick and Marty gather with other members of their team for an important meeting in the war room. Joining them via video conference is Rick and Marty's partner Craig tester.
[00:03:28] Okay, so you know, today is Marty favorite day. It's about science getting results. Um, Craig has some very interesting results, uh, bought our working Smith's coat, and it's about dendrochronology, which I'm hoping that there'll be some really definitive answers here. Yeah. Yeah. Boy, we want to get a piece of dander off that for dendro testing.
[00:03:54] One week ago, after fully exposing a mysterious long structure in what has become [00:04:00] known as the bump out area, the team obtained a large sample to be tested through a process known as dendrochronology. Perfect. There you go. Which analyzes growth rings on wood in an effort to determine. Not only the age of a tree, but also when it was cut for use in construction.
[00:04:20] It was this process that determined that the wooden slipway on earth last year was most likely built in 1769 nearly three decades before the discovery of the original money pit in 1,795 now that the team has discovered an additional structure. They are eager to find out if it could have been built during the same period or perhaps even earlier and make us happy.
[00:04:47] Okay. Well, we had one sample that we, uh, sent to, uh, Collin LA rock to do the dendro chronology. He said it's a or red spruce. Um, [00:05:00] it's a little scratcher. Oh, 1741 1741 is it possible that the structure was built more than two decades before the nearby slipway knocked me upside the head with a fish? You know, it's just amazing.
[00:05:19] It's amazing. 1741 now I'm surprised. I thought the, the day two would be contemporaneous with theU shaped structure. I really did. In 1741 there was virtually nobody. I mean, if you look at the foundings of these towns, none of them are that old or what's going on here in 1741 according to his Storico records, prior to 1795 Oak Island was virtually uninhabited.
[00:05:49] Other than it's occasional use by local farmers. Who would ferry livestock over to the Island so that they could graze without the need offenses. There were no reported activities that would require [00:06:00] anything as elaborate as a large slipway or loading dock. Could it be that this long structure was built by the same mysterious visitors who constructed the money pit, perhaps for the purpose of unloading and burying something of great importance on the Island?
[00:06:17] Well, I know 17 onwards. Whoa, though. What the hell is that? Fit with pushing it back further in time. Wow. What was happening here in 41 not a lot, right? Well, there were the raids on portraits. Lewisburg, they lost portraits, Lewisburg to the British before 1746 so I mean, we could look closer at those dates because maybe the fringe, I think we need to look at the need to hide something.
[00:06:42] Yeah. Chip Reed, who is a military historian filled. So right earlier this year, Naval historian and author chip Reed presented Rick, Marty, Craig, and the team with an astonishing theory, one suggesting that the incredible structures [00:07:00] uncovered at Smiths Cove could be connected to an early 18th century French Ford located some 300 miles Northeast of Oak Island and which contains similar features.
[00:07:10] And tunnels. If we look at these structures, I don't know if this structure looks familiar in any way. Well, that's the old shade structure. Yet it was chip Reed's belief that the French, while preparing for a British siege on Lewisburg in 1745 might have secretly moved a vast fortune in golden riches to Oak Island.
[00:07:34] For safekeeping a fortune, which following their defeat was never recovered. Could crank testers knows that the wood sample dates back as far as the 1740s provide scientific evidence that she breached theory might be true. So I think the trip to Fort Lewisburg can help us try to come to an understanding of what may have happened here.
[00:07:56] Yeah. That's what I'm thinking. Yeah. So if a bumper was [00:08:00] a success, we'd never have known this day. That's for a guest side. Yeah. Oh yeah. I mean, this is certainly their absolute earliest date we've ever had regarding any activity other than the cross. Somebody can drop a coin from a long time ago. Nobody dropped that log.
[00:08:16] Exactly. Didn't fall down by itself and dig. It fell five feet in the ground either.
[00:08:23] I've always said, you have to look backwards in order to move forward. We keep going deeper and deeper in the weeds. I like it. Okay. Because remember when we first stepped foot on here, I said, find me concrete evidence of substantial human activity. I said underground, but if you take the word underground out prior to the discovery, the money pit, and you know what you did it something rather massive happened here, at least in 1741 for me, that's a big deal.
[00:08:53] For the longest time I thought maybe nothing happened here prior to 1795 I think it was a [00:09:00] success the way I look at it, because we got good data and I'm happy that he thinks it was a success, as diluted as he might be. Let's deal with it and try and put it in context and move forward. Let's go. Yeah, see it.
[00:09:17] Great. Thank you.
[00:09:24] As a new day begins on Oak Island, and as the team continues their efforts to retrain the swamp, we've got a nice day for the visit. It's beautiful. Rick Levina and historian Doug Kroll are traveling some 300 miles Northeast of Oak Island. To the town of Louisburg Nova Scotia. They are eager to explore firsthand the 18th century French fortress, which according to Naples historian and author chip Reed has a direct connection to Oak Island and it's 225 year old treasure mystery.
[00:10:01] [00:10:00] If there was French Baldman on Oak Island here we have some examples of their engineering undergrads. At the time, the French had completed construction of the fortress at Lewisburg in 1740 it was considered a monument to 18th century military engineering with over two miles of stone walls, which were built as much as 30 feet high and eight feet thick.
[00:10:26] But perhaps one of the installations, most compelling features is the vast network of secret tunnels that were constructed beneath it. Tunnels, which Rick and Doug believe may contain design or construction similarities to those found on Oak Island.
[00:10:46] We now have two structures on the Island that were quite laborious in terms of their construct, right. Lewisburg wasn't, it started in 1713 and then it falls in [00:11:00] 1745. Well, when you look at the date, so we got through dendrochronology this year, or the end of the warfare, the end of the subway date, the 1741.
[00:11:10] You're right in the heyday of Lewisburg. In fact, uh, I believe it was, uh, John Baptist de LA Rochefoucauld called the Duke Danville. It was my understand that's where the Duke dongle is buried. And that's interesting. It is. In 1746 one year after Louisburg fell to British military forces, the French sent a massive Armada to Nova Scotia in an attempt to seize back their conquered fortress led by the Duke dome.
[00:11:42] V a member of the same Rochelle called family that boasted direct ties to the Knights Templar. The 97 ship fleet was reportedly carrying a treasure in gold and jewels, presumably in order to finance a local army. [00:12:00] Unfortunately, before the ambitious operation could be carried out, a series of severe storms delayed and plagued the doomed mission typhus and scurvy.
[00:12:11] Quickly spread among the soldiers and sailors causing hundreds to die at sea, including the Duke dome V himself. I found eight pages of what looks like a ship's log. According to a recently discovered journal, the Duke's crew after his death was able to hide the treasury was carrying on a wooded Island in Mahoen Bay in hopes of keeping it out of the hands of the British.
[00:12:38] It has been agreed that a deep pit dug. The pit to have a secret entrance by a tunnel from the shore, and I mean a great quantity of treasure, and they appear to be in this Bay. I mean, it fits in every aspect. Exactly. Could it be that the surviving members of the Duke Don V's mission. Chose Oak Island, not by accident, but [00:13:00] because they knew that a vast treasure vault had already been built there.
[00:13:04] One that was established centuries earlier by members of the Knights Templar. Lewisburg is a fascinating place and there's incredible history there. Duke veal is buried there who made P part of a hypothetical reason. As to what was done here on Ocala. I mean, we're not that far away, but I look forward to just actually just seeing it.
[00:13:28] Yes. I hope there's some answers here. That's my hope. Yeah. As Rick and Doug continued their journey to Lewisburg. All right, and here's . Lot 27 yup. Jack Bagley, Peter Fornetti and metal detection expert. Gary Drayton continued to search for clues on Oak Island lot 27 alright, mate, we've got the magic wand.
[00:13:52] Let's make some magic.
[00:13:58] size it up as chunky. [00:14:00] Yeah. An FD chisel. It was on this same lot seven weeks ago that Gary, Jack and Peter discovered what was later identified as an ancient chisel, but chisel that Gary believes could be connected to the 14th century tumbling tools known as wages that were found on lot 21 because the recent hurricane battered and stirred up the Island service.
[00:14:26] Gary is eager to search the area once again in the hopes of finding any newly exposed clues or valuable artifacts. It's a good place to start. Okay. Area to find some good stuff.
[00:14:52] You don't want to go for it. Don't, don't feeling any love at the moment. [00:15:00] Something, yeah. This is a nice repeatable signal. Go ahead. Dig that. Like
[00:15:19] clever is Excel.
[00:15:28] well, we go in there. That is nice. A bit of cool led. Hmm. No worries. Good. Let me find cute led on old sites to have a Gander. What's that little knob for? Yeah, that little knob reminds me of a sprue when they make Muskett bulls. So they would pull them in a mold and then they would snip to all the musket balls off on the line, and this would have just got thrown away.
[00:15:56] It's old. It's seventeens only 18 onwards. [00:16:00] A musket ball dating as far back as the 17 hundreds is it possible that the team has just found another piece of physical evidence supporting ship reach theory about the French military burying treasure on Oak Island in the early 1740s. Maybe there was some sort of military force on Oak Island.
[00:16:21] We know that there were French here, so maybe we'll find more evidence of the area to be able to pin down exactly who it was. Oh, chips. Let's see what's on the beach. All right, we will follow you. Nice low tide. There's a lot of lower beach expos. This looks good. I'm going to stat zigzag and Danae.
[00:16:56] That sounds fairly good. Yeah. It's just a, yeah. Don't say that. Say Beth,
[00:17:03] [00:17:00] whatever. This has been here a while. Yeah. You got that ride Jack, that Jeep that's got lung detected a lot. I lied. I look at that. Take it real easy, mate. Oh my God. I liked the look of this look. You see what I'm seeing? I'm going to have to get down and dirty on this for Mike. Alright, let's scrape some stuff up.
[00:17:30] Could be a good one. Watch your fingers. It could be shot. Look alive. Yeah. What the heck is that? Is that it? Wow. It's an encrypted conglomerate, so there's something inside of that. Yeah. That's nice. I knew. Who knows what's in this.
[00:17:56] Oh, what's that? It's just a big conglomerate. [00:18:00] It could be anything in a while, exploring the beach on lock, 27 metal detection expert and Gary Trayvin, along with Jack Begley and Peter for Nettie, have just made what could be an important discovery. You never know what seeing something like this. That's why it's called
[00:18:17] And then crucified object. Now what happens is an assault war environment, all the sand and the shells, they becoming crusted onto the piece of iron to salvage. Guys love these on the shipwrecks because they bring them up and they find gold and silver, mainly coins attached to the eye and object. And that looks to me like an artifact.
[00:18:41] Oh Lord, I can see the shape if it, that's an old ax, and that could be an old act. So as well, and you know what? Yeah, this could be either a tool or a weapon, and you're right, it goes, yeah, it's an asset. Wow. That looks like an old as well. [00:19:00] This is 17 hundreds baby going to be older than 1700 it really could.
[00:19:05] This could be older than 17 hundreds could be, for example, a ship's rigging. Yeah. A rigging ax dating back to the early 18th century, or even older, commonly kept on board large sailing vessels. A riggingX was used for everyday maintenance and safety while at sea, as well as to gather new materials for construction when a shore could this rigging app.
[00:19:33] Be evidence of a ship landing on the Island prior to the money pitch discovery in 17,009 95 if so, could it be connected to the massive board Wharf recently on earth at Smiths Cove, which was scientifically proven to have been built in 17. 41 that's nice. This sticker in the bag might, yeah. All right.
[00:19:56] Awesome. Let's keep moving. [00:20:00] As Gary, Jack and Peter continue their search for artifacts on lot 27.
[00:20:09] Some 300 miles Northeast of Oak Island. Pretty impressive. and historian Doug Kroll arrive in the town of Louisburg to visit the site of what was once a French military fortress. Hey, Sarah. Hello. Good to meet you in person. Hey, to meet you in person to welcome to the fortress of Uzbek national historic site assisting Rick and Doug in their investigation is historian Sarah.
[00:20:34] McGinnis. It's a beautiful edifice. It's all inspiring. It's really phenomenally gorgeous. Yes. Yeah, and what you see here is actually only one fifth of what it originally was in the 18th century. Wow. Sarah. We have some questions that we're trying to answer on the Island. Over the last couple of years, we've uncovered some structures and we've had a Naval his story and tell us [00:21:00] that perhaps they're temporary siege works of sorts.
[00:21:03] So we are hoping, perhaps we find something of the similar nature here and we understand yet some tunnels under the Fort and tunnels under undergrad are a big interest. To us and we're hoping to find something that might be similar. Well, hopefully we can find some answers for you. That'd be great.
[00:21:19] That'd be fantastic. And what I'd love to do first, so I'd love to see where the Duke Donville is buried. All right, let's go see him first. These people long ago were committed to building this on such a large scale. They did it because they had to, and that's the key enigma of Oak Island. Sometimes you think, Oh, you know, they couldn't have gone down to the bedrock and the money pit area.
[00:21:41] They couldn't have tunneled to Smiths Cove. And then you look at this and you realize it is possible. We'll go into the chapel now. This is where the Duke Danville has been. Buried
[00:21:55] in 1749 after Louisburg was returned to the French, the [00:22:00] English took the Duke Danville, who is previously buried in what's now Halifax Harbor, and sent his remains here and they were entired under the alter of the chapel
[00:22:13] doula rush for cold is the last word. The Rochefoucauld family has been of interest to us the last couple of years because of some other documents we've been looking at on the Island. We're tracing some possibilities that that family may have had some of the answers for which we seek. Not only was the Duke don't V a member of the Roche McAllen family, which in turn had close associates with members of the Knights Templar.
[00:22:39] But the name Rochefoucauld is also featured on a mysterious 14th century map of Oak Island given to Rick Lavina by his close friend. The late author and researcher seen a helper. It is one of three maps that were found in an ancient book. And which suggest that the Rochefoucauld's work in some way directly connected to the [00:23:00] Oak Island mystery.
[00:23:02] So is there a crypt beneath here that is accessible? Yeah. It's not a crypt as many people would think of it, but there are a number of burials underneath the chapel. One of the things we were hoping to find or see some original works so that we could see it as it was built in the time. Is there anything like that here?
[00:23:18] Definitely. That'd be great. Yeah. Let's go.
[00:23:26] So the case mates were constructed to protect civilians during times of war, and they were one of the only structures that remained standing after the British destroyed the fortress of Lewisburg between 1760 and 1768 so these are the ones you can get an idea of the construction. Whoa, Rick, come and look at this one.
[00:23:47] What's your impression of that?
[00:23:53] Drain system. Yeah. That's what caught my eye. Rick.
[00:24:02] [00:24:00] Oh yeah, no, we were talking earlier about controlling your water. It goes up to the dry moat, a stone drain system. Could Rick and Doug be looking at the same kind of water flow system that the Oak Island team has found evidence of over the past three years at Smiths Cove? A water flow system known as a French drain?
[00:24:27] Certainly one way to run water off, that's for sure. This is very cool. I can't wait to see what you show us next. Alright, let's go look at that. Fortification that you were wondering. Excellent. I just find it exceedingly strange that the drain system in the original fortifications there certainly have an appearance of some of the structures that we saw in Smith's code.
[00:24:53] I just found that more than interesting. So the countermind tunnel was constructed [00:25:00] as a means of defending the fortress. So it's that red door down there. It was made so that it could be filled with powder, and if the enemies were approaching, the powder could explode. And cut off enemy attack
[00:25:16] dating back as early as the ninth century BC counterminds or a kind of defensive tunnel, commonly utilized in warfare for the purpose of preventing enemy attempts to dig beneath walls or other fortifications. These countermind tunnels would often be rigged. With booby traps such as explosive powder.
[00:25:38] Unfortunately, we can't go in because it's home to a back call on me right now. But one neat thing about the countermind tunnel is that is one of the only features that still in the same condition that it was from the 18th century. It was never destroyed and it hasn't been reconstructed, so it's stuck in time.
[00:25:55] It's a lot of work when you think about it, because the land is really marshy. It's a good [00:26:00] ways out. So underground. Then. When they built it, the head have a way to manipulate the water. They had to deal with that. Yeah. A tunnel one that was built through a marshy waterway. Could it be that the same engineering knowledge used to build the countermind tunnel in the surrounding swamp at Lewisburg was also employed in the construction of Oak Island's elaborate network of booby trapped flood tunnels.
[00:26:26] It's what we're constantly amazed that. On the work on Oak Island, right. All the tunneling, all the shops. I mean, the amount of work, you know, a tunnel is a tunnel. Digging underground is digging underground. Interesting. To see the plans. We can definitely look into some plans if you're interested. Yeah. Be very interested.
[00:26:43] Oh, let's head out. Great.
[00:26:48] We pulled some plans that we thought you'd be interested in, and these actually show the countermind tunnel while visiting on nearly 300 year old French Naval fortress in Lewisburg, Nova [00:27:00] Scotia, Rick Levina and Doug Kroll had been given the opportunity to examine not only the actual plans of the Fort, but also the system of tunnels that exists beneath it.
[00:27:12] So the canter, my tunnel is 180 feet and it's in the shape of a cross without, that was fairly interesting. We have a cross on Oak Island, Nolan's cross, which is a. Collection of precisely arranged folders to form a cross toggles laid out in the shape of a cross have written, Doug just found their first piece of concrete evidence connecting this 18th century French Fort to Oak Island, and more specifically to the megalithic structure discovered in 1981.
[00:27:52] Known as Nolan's cross, so you don't know if there's an engineered drawing of the tunnel. It's like a, [00:28:00] sorry. No, not that we know of. But there are some images hold. There are, yeah. So it's hard to tell because of the flooding
[00:28:14] that's cool.
[00:28:20] Oh, it's gorgeous to do that for 190 feet. That's a significant straight as an arrow. Math comes back and do it again. And we've always, we've always wondered, you know, like the tunnel is that problem. Oh, Kyla. And how were they able to do that? Straight as an arrow? I suppose it just depends on the time and precision you want to put into it, but that goes to
[00:28:46] Commanding control because look what was achieved here. Visiting Lewisburg was exceedingly interesting. They were able to manipulate water underground, I. E. specifically to create that [00:29:00] tunnel. So what did they know? How did they come to learn of it, I. E. moving water? They certainly were able to do it.
[00:29:10] Could it be done here on the Island? Well, we don't want to take up anymore of your time. You gave us some great takeaways. There's a tunnel right out here that says you can drive a tunnel in a wet environment and keep it dry. That's interesting. Thank you guys for coming. I can't thank you enough.
[00:29:33] one day after his visit. To Lewisburg. This is a paved area, right? There were Billy's digging and Rick Levina and his nephew, Alex, arrive at the triangle shape swamp. Now that the area has once again been drained to the point where it is now safe to begin excavating, they are eager to resume this year's plan to fully reveal the mysterious stone paved walkway discovered earlier this [00:30:00] year.
[00:30:02] Hey bell. You know dr Spooner is gonna want to come out and take a look at it. Yeah. As you dig, maybe you might want to swing some of it over there. This one pile is already there and stride. All right. How deep do you want to dig here? I say we dig until we can't dig any deeper. Yeah,
[00:30:24] because the recent hurricane has significantly stirred up the bottom of the swamp. And once again, buried the possible stone walkway, the team will have to carefully dredge out several feet of water and muck without damaging the structure. I have to remove myself. I've got another, uh, errand to run. So if you'll be in Billy's eyes and boots.
[00:30:44] Okay. Anything you see that might be all of the ordinary. Yep. Bye. Stop us down. I'll call you. Okay? Yep. Thanks, Alex.
[00:30:57] We're going for the whole enchilada, if you [00:31:00] will. We're going to try to expose it in its entirety and hopefully we'll get an idea of the length with. Get a cross section of it and look at it and see how deep it really is. I think we all have some hope that it's much bigger because then cleanse itself to the belief that it's manmade
[00:31:24] and belly. That's a lot of stones in the side there. We clean this off. Maybe. Something I would think we're looking for flatness too. I'm not sure. I'll get a little more of that brand stuff off and then we'll pick them all out. See what's there. Yup. Sounds good. As Billy Gearhart uncovers the Rocky surface now, Alex, Hey, doing geology is Terry Matheson arrived to help identify if the feature is natural or manmade.
[00:31:54] Unfortunately, the waters come up. Quite a bit in here, so you can't see the edges as well. Approximately what depth did you [00:32:00] get the boulders? Probably about five feet below that. Maybe a little bit more at the maximum depth. Okay, so those are probably classics. They're not limestone and they're not the gypsum we find deeper, so I'm surprised to see what I think I were taught in counter and about 120 feet downs.
[00:32:20] And the money pit area boulders near the surface that would otherwise be found more than 100 feet underground. Has Terry Matheson just identified potential evidence that the stone paved area is manmade? I'm hoping it'll reveal a little bit more of the wall to you. Okay. Let's keep digging as is all about.
[00:32:50] As another new day begins on Oak Island. Brett, good to see REO. Rick Regina joins his nephew, Alex geoscientists, [00:33:00] doctor and Spooner and heavy equipment operator. Billy Gearhart. At the swamp where they are continuing their efforts to expose the possible stone walkway having located what they believe to be the outer edge of the structure.
[00:33:14] The team is now carefully washing away layers of mud and debris that was deposited during the recent hurricane. There was a lot of water. What is the area that you want to see over here in the paves? Hey, I just want to get very a 10 foot long by the whole window. Section, get it clean. See what it looks like.
[00:33:34] The paved areas, certainly a well defined target. We want to remove the organics and the sediments and visually inspect the paved area to ascertain whether there's anything there worth investigating. It looks strange to me, illustrates to me too, so we're in agreement. There's something strange. The main thing about it is.
[00:33:55] You've got all these rocks that are all fitting together, and my problem is from a geo point of view, [00:34:00] straight geo, all those rocks, that's not common. It's almost as if the rocks were brought in and I don't, don't quite know why that is very strange. That's the paved area right there. It's fairly flat and fairly consistent.
[00:34:18] Is this different enough for you to say. This is natural or the hand of man being introduced here.
[00:34:32] It's different enough for me to consider that I would like to clean off like a 10 by 20. CFA is exactly what we see here. Yup.
[00:34:48] The paved area in the swamp is exceedingly interesting. It truly is an unknown. You know, when we go looking for a shaft here and there, we have some background, we [00:35:00] have some history. This thing. As a material lawyers out of the ether. It's quite uniform. It's level. My initial thought is this is indeed manmade.
[00:35:14] Having finally exposed a portion of the Pavestone area, a chap, Hey, Gary. Hey Gary. Rick is called archeologist Laird Nivon down to the site to examine it. So that is the feature that we are troubled by right over there. Okay.
[00:35:34] It doesn't look like any natural formation. It looks like one to you. It looks like if they've been introduced. You didn't think so. Yeah. I can't see any natural way for it to get here. So you've never seen anything like this before? No. No. Would you finish this? Yeah. I'll get that water moving bell and then you can remove the rest of this.
[00:36:06] [00:36:00] My mind rounds too. All the work it took to build this paved area. I've done a lot of stone work, myself and my younger days, and uh, this is an enormous undertaking building. It was probably a lot more difficult than it is uncovering this. But we have to uncover it because we need to know what, when, where, why, and how.
[00:36:31] And the hope is that we will be able to investigate it. So here's a thing. I don't know what to make of it. I mean, I think we all. To varying degrees of belief that this is something out of the ordinary, but I do know this. It's just made the swap that much more interesting. Absolutely. Yeah. So to that end, I think tomorrow morning we'll have another go at it and see what it looks like.
[00:36:58] Yeah. [00:37:00] There's something stranger.
[00:37:08] That's a puzzle. One day after successfully exposing part of the Pavestone feature at the swamp, Rick, Regina and geoscientists, dr Ian Spooner returned to the site to see what else may have been revealed. Now that even more water has been removed, my issue is if this was just dumped. Mike laced or something like that.
[00:37:30] It would be piles. It would be a little less horizontal. You'd see these unrelated bit, but it's straight across. You have to have somebody to do it. In my mind, somebody created a surface, you know, I truly want to send my brother some photographs of this and then I, I'll give him a call. I'm sure he's going to ask your opinion.
[00:37:52] I'm certain of that. We have the significant mystery ongoing in the swamp. Because the paved area is [00:38:00] proving to be quite a puzzle within a puzzle. They're all, Hey, morning. What's up? I have dr Spooner here, and we're looking at the so-called paved area. I sent you some photographs, which I think you have.
[00:38:15] I'll be honest, my eyes and boots perspective, it's manmade. Uh, there's these layers of stone above the tail. That have no clay around them and yet have swamp sediment around them that has to be manipulated. I can't find a natural process that would've led to this. It's a manipulated site. I've worked in these environments and in a similar environment, but it's nothing like this.
[00:38:44] To me. It's like. Somebody came in and put the small rocks on the bottom, just like building a road and then put the bigger rocks on top of that so that I think precise. You don't mind on our other flare, [00:39:00] he said. He has no explanation other than it's manmade. Wow.
[00:39:13] I don't know. Well, if you go seaward we're on a line, like if you have the eye as a excavated site, if you have this paved area as a filled insight, maybe trying to make a platform something solid. And then if you go seaward, you have the deepest portion of the swamp where it was actually an inlet. It all lines up with the peninsula cutting through it.
[00:39:40] And so was this some kind of work surface. If people brought boats in a work surface, like a dock possibly used for boats or ships and located in the middle of the Oak Island swamp, could the team have finally on earth definitive proof that this swamp [00:40:00] was artificially created centuries ago and that his ship or sailing vessel was offloaded here and then sung.
[00:40:07] In such a way as to hide all evidence. This is why it is a two lane road. No question about that. Yeah. It looked pretty interesting. Let's try to figure out a purpose for this thing. I can not then. Right. This is not what I expected to see in how clear the interface is and how orderly the stones look as if they're placed.
[00:40:32] I have always thought the swamp held some sort of information. Maybe not everything but something. I mean, it's just very strange. It shouldn't be there. Take another profile, and if you find any evidence of disturbance wall there you, Oh yeah, we can. Thank you for the update and I'll be out there all right.
[00:40:51] Take care. Bye. For Rick. Marty and their team on earthing, what appears to be a manmade stone [00:41:00] platform or warm in the middle of the swamp is nothing short of historic breakthrough discovery. One that may prove to be just as critical to solving the Oak, either mystery as finding the original money pit, but who built it when and for what purpose.
[00:41:19] Those are the questions that weren't answered. Might very well provide the keys to solving the entire Oak Island mystery and could in turn. Change the history not only of North America, but of the world. Next time on the curse of Oak Island, 90 foot stone, the Wolf's new port RFI Rick work at this one. I think we found it.
[00:41:43] Yeah. Whoa. The eye of the swamp. Connects it to the area. It's a really old Tom Olin. That's awesome. Holy Crow. What the heck is this a school? We've taught them the [00:42:00] smoking gun and paved area. There's manmade. Alright.
[00:00:00] Tonight on the curse of Oak Island. What is that? Stop. There you go. That is exactly, but thread phones. Any idea on the age they could have been done in the 16 hundreds we've got someone here, Whoa, look at this. Just come with an app. It's weird from the original money pit. Wayne founded. It was a huge storm coming category, wanting it's headed right for us.
Anything that can become a sale has to be tied down. It could be catastrophic.
There is an Island in the North Atlantic where people have been looking for an incredible treasure for more than 200 years so far. They have found a stone slab with strange symbols carved into it. Mysterious fragments of human bone and the led cross whose origin may stretch back to the days of the Knights Templar.
To date, six men have died trying [00:01:00] to solve the mystery and. According to legend, one more will have to die before the treasure can be found.
alright, let's get after it. Well, let's clean that up and see what we got through it. Okay. After obtaining scientific evidence that the Oak Island swamp is not only manmade, but also could date back to the time when members of the Knights Templar are believed to have visited the Island brothers, Rick and Marty Lavina and their partners have redoubled their efforts to excavate the area.
And find out what may lie buried within it. They are particularly interested in exposing the mysterious stone walkway discovered by diver Tony Samson earlier this year. I'm excited about [00:02:00] digging in the swamp and getting answers every time. Hard scientific data pushes human. Substantial activities back behind 1795 it moves the dial for me.
The data says there's something worth dig in there, and so that means we have to dig it. Absolutely. Hey, rack, I'm going to back up and take another trench load and say, yes.
Unfortunately, they will have to work fast as the team has just been informed that a powerful category five hurricane known as Dorian is making its way up the Atlantic coast and is expected to hit Oak Island in a matter of days. Dorian laid a beating on The Bahamas, particularly the Eastern part of grand Bahama.
Today, the area is bearing the scars of this ferocious system. More than 70,000 people have been left homeless
[00:03:00] with 185 mile an hour winds and heavy rainfall. Hurricane Dorian has already caused catastrophic damage in The Bahamas as well as widespread flooding. And power outages across the Eastern coast of the United States. A direct hit on Oak Island could cause extensive damage and constantly Gina's millions of dollars.
It seems every forecast looks more like a direct hit. It's weakened somewhat, but here's the thing, it's going to impact the activity. It's going to impact the swamp. My guest is going to fill it right back up. You know, it does look a bit ominous. If a worst case scenario happens, I think the exploration effort would turn into a cleanup effort for the rest of this season.
I think we'd be done with time running out. Rick Marty and their partner Craig tester are determined to make one more breakthrough discovery in this swamp.
[00:04:00] Pull it back a little further. This right here? Yeah.
I wouldn't leave the rock. Huge. Yeah, it's a big rock.
Can you pull this back a little more that way? Yup.
he sees up nearby right.
[00:05:00] What is that? I think we got something right here. Blank. A piece of wood. Isn't that his or her race day? Oh, one two, three, four, five, six. There's six cuts on this one. That is exactly what Fred phoned. Woo man, it, there you go. After draining the swamp in 1969 Oak Iman, treasure Hunter and land owner Fred Nolan was astonished to discover several uniform lines of wooden survey stakes, which when later carbon tested were found to date back as far as the 16th century, how far from the beach where these items falling?
Do you recall. They were pretty well in the middle of the swamp and we found a number of survey stakes in the swamp. What do you make of that? Well, the swamp is important. No question about it. [00:06:00] As a professional land surveyor, Fred believed the stakes had been used to artificially create this. Wong could, the wooden stake, the team has found be another one of these ancient markers and could it be connected to the Pavestone area?
The team is located. If so, the burning question is what exactly was their purpose? It's not as big as what Fred phoned, but it's certainly worth, I mean, we'll keep it and we'll test it. Exactly. You're on the posts line, so that's a good thing. All right. Bag it and tag it. Let's keep going. Yeah. Let me grab a tag.
That was a great start. It was almost unbelievable. I mean, drive right over that big old excavator, take a few scoops. Survey state. Yeah. Couldn't have gone any better. When Fred first mentioned that he thought he had fallen some survey [00:07:00] stakes into the swamp. That was intriguing and compelling, and this looks similar.
Towards red phone. Billy, why don't we switch out? You can keep going. We'll do our best. Yeah. So that belly, if you could just scrape the top and then we'll take a look. Yep. So we'll keep going along at this depth, right? Yeah.
the one Craig. Oh, yeah. Much longer. He's have to be the ones. Yeah. Got another one. Look at that. Nice. Sure. Is pretty hit and it's just really pretty . Okay. [00:08:00] I'd say maybe we do a little bit more that way just because in the grand history of Oak Island, guess what's bearing down on us? I know. You know, a hurricane.
This could be underwater again. We can be right back to square one in days. Yeah. All right. Then let's dig as the excavation of the swamp. Continues. All it takes is Wong. Good, fine line. Yep. Jack Begley and metal detection expert Gary Drayton. Continue searching the spoils. Recently excavated at Smiths Cove.
I don't think it was pretty much done with this pilot, you know. Well we should go for that good stuff cause that was on the knee fat structure. So let's see if we can get looking like all man, this is interesting. It was while investigating the structure one week ago that the team discovered a decorative piece of lead, possibly connected to the medieval cross found two years ago in Smiths Cove, [00:09:00] which was dated to be over 700 years old.
If this led, this piece led Gary phoned at the end of the slipway had the same origins as the cross. From the same mine in the same time period. It lends credence to the whole thing and you connect the cross to the slipway. It's the same construct by the same people who we've always looking for the who, what, when, where, why, and how of things, and this might connect those disparate dots.
Let's got to this good Sandy stuff.
Billy to don't miss it must be of interest. Soil. Air has been really churned up. Yeah.
Signal air Jack. All right. Scream up.
Wow. Nice. One line while metal detecting the spoils excavated from the end of the slipway at Smiths Cove, Gary Drayton and Jack Bagley have just made what could be a potentially significant find. One of those small Cribbins spikes all rural iron I mistaken that very well worn. They're all such share the same.
Kind of shape me. All of that little, one little area that's corroded more than anywhere else. I think it's exciting. It's a couple of hundred years old. No, say East. That's the same day. As the slipway, well, [00:11:00] maybe even older. In the past four weeks, the Oak Island team has discovered a number of similar objects in this same area, but could the cribbing spikes that the team has been finding at Smiths Cove also be connected.
To the recently discovered led artifact, and could it offer evidence that the newly unearthed wooden structure is actually much older than the slipway discovered last year, which was scientifically proven to have been built in 1769 this is a really cool spike and it's an oldie as well. This has been sitting at the side of the slipway for a hundreds of years, but I am a little bit dismayed.
But lack of facts or coins from the guys who built the structures. It baffles me that we're finding so little. Yeah, it's bologna. Ed. Scratch in mind. Yup. So long giving up mine as Jack and Gary continue their [00:12:00] search for artifacts at Smiths Cove in the money pit area for other new hall, FG 12 it is Alex Levina and geologists, Terry Matheson, along with other members of the Oak Island team.
Are continuing and exploratory drilling operation. To trace the chef to tunnel back to the original money pit constructed in 1805 by the Onslow company, the shaft featured a horizontal tunnel at a depth of 110 feet, which had been dug in a failed attempt to bypass the areas. Legendary flood tunnels because shaft too was documented to live 14 feet away from the original money pit.
The team is hoping to use it to pinpoint the exact location of the fabled treasure vault. All Alex picked is to the Southeast of a proposed case on good position. Yeah. Where's it going to end? [00:13:00] Oh, hold the phone one week ago while drilling near this same area at a depth of 108 feet, the Oak Island team found promising evidence of a manmade flood tunnel suspected defeat seawater.
Into the original money pit. We've got a persona big can right here, believing they are closing in on the fable treasure shaft. The team is now searching for evidence to help them pinpoint the best location for a large scale excavation. I think we're. Close to the original workings. I think we need to continue to look to all aspects of of this trail information trail that we're currently on, and that's exactly what we're doing with these, with these clues, I think we're doing everything humanly possible to close that out, and we're certainly very near to the original money pit.
What do we got? Come 18 and a half. 18.5 thank you.
[00:14:00] Stick of wood. You still got wood. Wood is good. It's just black darkness going on here.
It's disturbed going. Does that mean that could have come up and out of Headon or. Chap too. That means that, you know, people dug down into that. Right. Okay. We still got hope you get that right. Later that afternoon, Rick, Marty, Craig, and Billy Gearhart. Are continuing their effort to fully expose the mysterious Pavestone area.
It is a goal they are anxious to achieve as hurricane Dorian continues to make its way up the Atlantic coast toward Nova Scotia. The hurricane is bearing down on us. You know, we're watching it closely, you know, through weather apps and things, but we've got just a little window of time before that thing hits hard.
So we're going to [00:15:00] keep digging in. Start from the far end, going to almost . Straight and we'll dig a little trench and join our sub behind the painting area. Pull these all out right here at all. Go. Yeah. Okay. I'll get up with him for the time being cause I can help him observe. The pave dairy is one of the prime targets in the swamp, and we hope to find out, is it really a paved area, first of all, and is it manmade and what might be its function?
Maybe two stories here may be the money pit mystery, the Oak Island, traditional Oak Island mystery. And this paved dairy might have something to do with something previously unknown. Alright, cut. Let's go clear up.
any water in depths, Craig or [00:16:00] dry? Dry.
Can't be much deeper. Do you want to jump down in there to see how far it is?
Try to go down there.
Right there. This isn't exactly walk around material. Sorry. Wreck. Lot of rock. It's kind of flat. You can stand basically on a level surface once you get past that. Definitely on the bottom.
It's just you can't see anything, but if you put your hand here, he can feel. Let's Stolz now. So this one's laying flat too. Pretty huge. Yes. They shouldn't leave it in place.
[00:17:00] Plus there's a rock right here.
Is it feeling like what you're hoping? Oh, there is a lot of stone down there. Yeah. You're definitely on the bottom though. I think if we can get it close and then clear out an area that is a lot of water coming in there. Yeah, that's what we're just thinking. It's getting deeper as we're watching it. How in the heck are we going to be able to actually look at that?
I think you have to dig a ditch and get all this water to fall into the ditch. Well, I just wondered about bringing the other excavator to try and dig into that pit and get this to go there. Yeah, because the hurricane, you know, that's gonna make this math. Yeah. Well, we have to do something, so, all right, I'll go get that.
Although the team has done extensive work to drain the swamp, the thick mud in [00:18:00] vegetation that covers the area is making it nearly impossible to fully dry it out. Because of this, the team will need to dig a trench alongside the mysterious paved area in order to siphon off the water and muck obstructing it.
They will need to work quickly. If they want to expose the structure before hurricane Dorian kicks the area, I thought it would be possible just to physically go in there and shovel it off or sweep it off. But that's proving not to be the case. So we're going to have to think outside the box, if you will, and try to come up with a way to.
Really get a close look at it. If he could just enlarge that a little bit.
That's flown. Good into here now. . There's just too much water in there. That's all
[00:19:00] Oh, you got new knowledge. Pumped that down. I think it's opened up. It's just. Flowing back that way. I think we can just go ahead and get the pump going. Okay, well let's get after it.
As the team continues to draw water away from the mysterious paved area in the swamp. I'll grab the next one. This is 98 Marnie Levina joins members of the Oak Island team at the money pit area. To check on the progress of the drilling operation at the end of the chef to tunnel. Everyone knows that they must work quickly as a powerful category five hurricane.
He's making its way up the Atlantic coast toward Oak Island, a [00:20:00] hurricane that depending on how hard it hits, could destroy months of progress if not shut down. Operations altogether. Hey Marie, talk to me guys. What did we find? Oh, that's at 74 feet. So chunk of wood straight and saw marks on it used to be straight song.
We'll straight as, okay. Same as we saw in shaft too. That's good news that he could be quite old. How deep are we now? We're down to one Oh four one Oh four yet there one more layer in there. Can we get that one? I'll pull it in. Okay, I'll go grab it.
Alright. Is around 106 and that's bad. It's sediment. I love it. Here. Look at this aisle. Bought that. This is hand cut. This is cut with an ax or going to go right here. Can you see the reflection on the X [00:21:00] cut? You see that? Yeah. I do need, it looks like this looks a lot older than the head and shower. Wow.
Yeah. That's very old. Ax. Cut wood. Bounded at depth of 106 feet near the suspected end of the shaft to tunnel. Could it be part of that structure or could it actually be part of the original money pit? There's a cut from this side as well. So somebody who's been at this with an ax, that's really interesting.
We haven't seen that in any of the, uh, timbers from any of our intersections in hand. ORM shaft to yup. And we know ahead and use the circular saw. You had one on site. Any of the stuff that came up when you knew you're in the head and shop. Did any of it look that dark and old? Now the key thing is the relatively thin means head is very uniform and six by six this means Oh competent.
Makes me think maybe we're just skimming down the road side, the potential money pit chap. Wow. It's the money. Peds. Yeah. Everything's lining up for this to be [00:22:00] the original money bill area. That is quite remark. I think we almost have to certainly see 14 but absolutely. For Marty Levina and the Oak Island team finding what could be hand-cut wood from the original money pit treasure shaft, the location of which has been lost for over a century would be nothing short of a historic development.
One that makes them both excited but also cautious until they can prove it. This would, that doesn't look like chef to and doesn't look like any of the more modern chefs. Hadn't a chapel. Any of those, you know, we want to believe that perhaps it's wood from the original money pit and see if we can find out what that is.
Cause that could be original works. Hopefully we can get proper samples and submit them for scientific analysis and come up with a definitive date because it could be original. It's possible we're deeper than any shaft or tunnel that we've hit in that era today. Deeper than the shaft [00:23:00] to tunnel deeper than shaft too.
This is good news. Stay with it. This is pretty cool. As another day begins on Oak Island, hurricane Dorian continues to close in and is now projected to make landfall in one day. A hurricane warning in effect for Halifax all the way off towards Cape Breton. There's also a hurricane watch for the rest of the province with winds of 150 kilometers per hour in gusts.
So the strongest winds will be on the right side and the heaviest rain on the left. We're up to 150 millimeters of rain could fall at the very latest from Halifax as the core drilling operation in the money paid continues some 20 miles North of Oak Island, Alex Levina and metal detection expert. Gary trade arrived at the Ross farm museum.
Located in the nearby town of new [00:24:00] Ross. Here we are. That's good. I love this close. All right. They have arranged for blacksmithing, expert Carmen leg to examine the Caribbean spikes bound this year at Smiths Cove. In hopes of learning, whether they may have been used to build the 18th century slipway or possibly during the construction of a different and much older structure.
Oh, look, a hair. How are you doing? It's not too bad yourself. Pretty good. Brought you some more stuff. We've been busy and Smiths Cove, certainly it looks like it, and we brought lots of ion to show you wonderfully. It'll give us some good ideas on this. All right. I'll try my best. Move this out for you shortly.
See if we've got any hidden gems in the box. Alrighty.
He's all came at the same area. Bottom of the slipway, all same kind of size. You can see it as this particular one has a fair [00:25:00] thickness on both ends. Yeah, fairly square. But these free, they've all got that same, they do. They do. And this one is very, any mystery. Why is it a hollowed out in the middle? Well, that's what unusual.
Yes, it is. The only thing I can say that these were inserted near a poached and these would hold everything in place. Right? Any idea on the knives? Just bug oddball them? I'm gonna say probably before 1820 before. Oh yes. Yeah. Old. They could have been done in the 1600.
At the Ross farm museum in new Ross, Nova Scotia, black smithing expert, Carmen leg has just given his assessment that the cripping spikes recently discovered at Smiths Cove could date as far back as the 17th century. These were inserted near opposed or a heavy rod to make a heavy, [00:26:00] thick wall and these would hold everything in place.
So yes, it is. I mean, they've been there a long time. That was fin, the bum pale. That was from the bottom of the slip way. The ways out. Yeah, yeah. Salt water, environment, which, and, uh, the reason why the so badly corrode it is know would this be how far under the sea level, uh, my finger we was as deep is eight feet below sea level.
That would be a reason for all these wires and hollered out like way. Yup. They would drive a anchor pin, gin, bedrock in the bottom, and then form these wires around and depending and folded in with some sort of clay or limestone Schmidt. Whatever, and to make a dry dock repairing ships. So this is like an older form of Reba.
Yes. Yeah, that's right. Yeah, exactly. Best guesses are for reinforcing a wall that was built along the edge of the main center. Every time we visit Carmen [00:27:00] leg, I'd come away really, really impressed. I never would have guessed that these artifacts could tell you so much. He's looking at the striations in the metal.
He's looking for where points, looking at the little nuances and saying, okay, well, this was designed this way for this purpose. And the spikes are pretty interesting. It's definitely old. There's always a chance. It's related to the initial deposit. Well, I think what we really need to do is keep looking.
We'll come back and see Larry gales. Alright, thanks again. Come back with tears
later that day. Rick Levina and members of the team. Continue to work swiftly at Smith's code, especially now that hurricane Dorian is expected to hit Oak Island in less than 24 hours. Dorian is accelerating. It's also growing in size. Tomorrow at this same time, winds could be gusting upwards of 150 kilometers per hour.
So the [00:28:00] latest, well, this is a category one hurricane, but the national hurricane center. Has it intensifying as it approaches back up to category two strength. And we are expecting to deal with these winds, but it's really the surge and the waves that are going to be a factor as well. And you can see off in the distance, visibility is still great.
The system is far away, but residents are preparing. We want to get a piece of Denver off of it. For dendro testing the spike that was falling right at the end of the slipway. Well, anytime you find an artifact next to a, what we know is a human construct, while that's important, it might tell a little story.
So we'll dendro sample this and, uh, we should get a really firm date. The hope is we'll come to an understanding of the full extent of the slipway and why it might've been constructed. Perfect. There you go. Also known as tree ring [00:29:00] dating dendrochronology studies, the size and pattern of growth rings, which develop during the course of a tree's lifetime.
This data can be used to determine not only how old a piece of wood actually is. But also when it was cut for use in construction, knock us off here and then take a slice off air and give us a good pace. The less damage, the better.
We've now all come to believe that dendro is a very precise tool, which may give us. Very specific answers to very specific questions. And so having this piece of wood and being able to send it off is critically important to coming to an understanding as to the the date range that the structure was built.
We'll say a fair side. Oh, he needs 50 rings, you know? I mean, we have the slipway we know already is 1769 I would love to see. This data [00:30:00] inconsistent with that, that would mean that this is obviously not contemporaneous with. That's too many strange things don't in Swiss coven. So you gotta utilize every science there is, and we need to, mandrel appears to be able to one of the most accurate.
So see what happened. I very much look forward to the answers.
It is a new day on Oak Island. Hurricane Dorian is expected to make landfall in a matter of hours, but even though it has been officially downgraded to a category one, it's 90 mile an hour winds and heavy rain are still capable of causing major damage. Now that things are closing up. And people are preparing or the evacuations at this point, they are being asked to leave, but it is not a mandatory evacuation.
Basically the worst of it will be later this evening and they are expecting why does spread power outages as well? Hurricane Dorian, it's headed right for us. I mean directly for [00:31:00] Oak Island. That gives me a queasy sort of, I don't know, sense of foreboding. They're been through a hurricane before, but I'm about to be in a race against time.
Brothers, Rick and Marty Latina arrive at the swamp where their partner Craig tester, along with surveyors, Steve cocktail and heavy equipment operator. Billy Gearhart. Have resumed efforts to excavate the recently drained paved area. Hey guys, channel man, man. It's something calm before the storm and it's something this could be underwater again.
Yeah, I know. Do you see any evidence of paving Craig? A lot of these rocks, you step on them. And they, they tip right out. They almost sink. There's not flagstones I can tell already, right? There's no, I mean this one's pretty flat, but not what I was imagining. Hey, Barry would be, so there's an elevation change.
We started about two and a half feet under sea level on the East side, and we [00:32:00] move up about a foot and total there's an EDS. It is linear a little bit for sure. Oh yes. What kind of day would it be without tracking her own in the fretted swamp? So what Tony was feeling with these potentially up, and they are right at the same level also, I think like here we started digging in two seconds.
You don't know what you're looking at it. It just fills into fast water. Yeah. So there's a lot of market's gotta be cleared out by hand at some point in time. Yeah. I mean, cleaning this off is. Easy to say, but in two days we don't even know if we can dig here again for a long time. I agree. There's a huge storm coming in is going to cause significant problems here.
Anything can happen when giant storm is bearing down on us. Yeah. Although the team was hoping to fully uncover the mysterious stone paved area before the hurricane hit the Island, they are now out of time, [00:33:00] even at a category one. Hurricane Dorian could still cause significant damage and jeopardize what remains of this year's search operation.
What do we need to do to prepare Rick? All the gear needs to be put in areas that. Trees won't crush them all. Deal with the logistics on the Island. You have to think about the, the center that you want to pick up. All the plywood. You don't want it floating all at all. The plywood houses all go airborne to exactly anything that can become a sale has to be put away or tied down.
All right? We're wasting what little time we have left. Okay. Get after it.
[00:34:00] The full force of hurricane Dorian. Now being felt here in downtown Halifax, winds are whipping upwards of a hundred kilometers per hour and they are bringing down entire large trees, littering the streets, and that's only going to go up as the full force is a belt over the next few hours that is under cut.
There. There's no road on your hair. You see that right? There was no road under here. How far though? At least the here. Oh yeah. We've got to let this die down and Mark all this, but nobody should come here right. Kind of a foreboding. I mean, I've never been a believer in the curse or anything, but how can you help but feel that there's something weird about that after all the stories on this Island, the curse and this and that, and then here comes the storm right on time.
[00:35:00] Amazing. There are some strange things that happen on the silent. I'm not going to say there aren't, but we have things in front of us that we need to do because if we don't, it could be catastrophic and really good. By mid-afternoon, high tide saw strong storm surges, pounding the Halifax Harbor and rocking ships at the dock.
Late in the afternoon, a construction crane collapse onto an unfinished building downtown. A clear example of the danger with this kind of wind
coming right across here. It's getting worse or done.
It is hard to believe that just yesterday evening, the eye, the center of Dorian was directly overhead. Since then, the sky is cleared out. The sun has been shining all day and the full context of the damage that Dorian cause. Is finally being realized here in [00:36:00] Halifax.
Two days after hurricane Dorian battered the Eastern coast of Nova Scotia with winds of nearly 100 miles per hour. Rick Levina and the project manager, Scott Barlow, returned to Oak Island to assess the damage of particular concern is how the storm may have affected the teams. Ongoing search operations, especially with regard to the swamp, who didn't get the worst, but we certainly got hammered and the force of nature, nothing to be reckoned with.
The road here was in really, really bad shape, and we do need to stake this and figure out exactly what the footprint needs to be, things we might as well stop here and it starts taking, let's get out there before the tide comes in. I think their stakes in the back on grant. Let me,
let's do that. Start [00:37:00] sticking right here.
We don't need to go that far because all we really have to do is recreate what we once had. It looks like the shoulder was that ledge line, right? Yeah. Really what happened was. This stone that was here was in Thailand. Yeah. Lay of cysts to repair hurricane Dorian's powerful winds and storm surges have washed away more than two feet of surface area from the Causeway that connects Oak Island to the mainland.
It is now too dangerous for any heavy equipment to be safely transported onto the Island. And the Causeway took a pretty good beating. Uh, uh, it, it needs repair. Without a doubt. It needs repair. It's unsafe. At this PM had that storm gone on another couple hours, I think it would have. It would have made it impossible.
No, we might have lost it then. We might have lost it.
[00:38:00] I think that's plenty, right? Oh yeah. Well, we have a plan. Just got to implement that.
Wow. You take stock of what the weekend might've been and what it has turned into. You know, there's good news and bad news, not, not a whole lot of good news.
I think we got somewhat lucky because there was concern whether it was coming in from the North. Yeah.
That's not good.
Well, let's go see what's happening.
[00:39:00] This is underwater. We've got water up to the road and the swamp. That's bad. Yeah. Finding the Oak Island swamp completely flooded with water. Well, not surprising. Presents a frustrating setback, one that will take precious days to overcome for today. You know, we're going to reconfigure these hoses, get that swamped on as fast as possible.
So in the meantime, what do you want us to tackle? The trees, the trees, and there's some of that cleanup on the road. And if you can get those things done and we'll get that swamp drain down. Yep. All right. Very good. Okay. Thanks.
The hurricane has been a huge disruption. Smith's co did not suffer any damage per se, but the swamp is full of water. [00:40:00] It's going to take at least a week to drain it and get it back to the point where we can actually access the areas in the back. But I will never give up. Never. Believing in Oak Island. I wanted to be certain that the search continues until answers are absolutely known.
Let's start this one
for the Oak Island team a week that began with promising new discoveries. Has ended with yet another frustrating setback, but regardless of the obstacles placed in their path, Rick, Marty, Craig, and the other members of the team, or remain undaunted, theirs is a true fellowship based on a collective determination to solve.
A centuries old mystery. And as with every such fellowship, nothing will succeed in stopping them, [00:41:00] especially when they are convinced they are closer than ever to finding the truth about what happened on an obscure Island off the coast of Nova Scotia more than 200 years ago, and whether a vast vault filled with priceless treasure.
Lies right beneath their feet.
Next time on the curse of Oak Island, whatever. This is the vent here. While it's an old accent, this hacks could be a weapon. That sample came out beat 1741 what the hell does that. Fit with the raids on portraits. Lewisburg. Oh, Rick, look at this one. The drain system looks like flood con, lower box strains.
Whoa. We're uncovering something here that people haven't seen for hundreds of years.
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