OAK ISLAND | This 1938 photo shows one of the treasure dig pits on Oak Island, N.S. A group is using technology on the island to locate secret underground tunnels that may lead to fabled pirate's treasure | Credit: Archives of Nova Scotia
Oak Island which sits amid many similar islands along the Atlantic coastline of Nova Scotia, drawn in by its legend of buried treasure. To date, no one has cracked the mystery of Oak Island to ascertain who left the treasure (the Templars? the Masons? the Royal Guard?) or if there really is a treasure to be found. Regardless of the failures, there are still efforts underway to unearth the secrets hidden under the trees on Oak Island.
The article that inspired Marty and Rick Lagina | Treasure Hunt: The Mystery of Oak Island • For 200 years, the promise of pirate’s payday buried deep in a pit off Nova Scotia’s coast has attracted schemers and dreamers from around the world. Every last one has gone home empty-handed. Is Oak Island cursed? | By David MacDonald: A Reader's Digest Classic, originally published 1965 • From The Rotarian (1965) | Read more at http://www.readersdigest.ca/features/drama-real-life/treasure-hunt
If true, it will rewrite history An ancient sword found in water near Oak Island in Nova Scotia offers proof the Romans found America, a researcher has claimed. If true, the sword - found by fishermen...
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The Discovery at Oak Island One summer day in 1795 Daniel McGinnis, then a teenager, was wandering about Oak Island, Nova Scotia, when he came across a curious circular depression in the ground. Standing over this depression was a tree whose branches had been cut in a way which looked like it had been used as a pulley. Having heard tales of pirates in the area he decided to return home to get friends and return later to investigate the hole.