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"oak island" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"oak island" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Left off but who? The answer came in eighteen forty nine when a treasure hunting organization called the Truro company stepped up to the plate with their specialty equipment. They noticed that the water level of the pit ebbed and flowed with the ocean tides for the first time. Since seventeen ninety, five attention was drawn away from the money pit as the true company started digging on the nearest shore Smith's culled they hadn't been digging long before they found evidence of human intervention. It was more coconut husks and not just a few. The true workers discovered an even two inch thick layer of husks spread out under the sand along the shore. Excitement rippled through the workers for all. They knew the entire island was a treasure trove, a Phoolan excavation of Smith's cove was soon underway. and. Before long, the Truro Company uncovered three distinct layers beneath about one hundred, forty, five square feet of shoreline. You can think of these layers three tiered cake if the sand was the icing, the first layer was the coconut. Below that was afforded a five inch layer of eel grass followed by a final layer of stones packed tightly together. You'll gress is a relatively common genus of seaweed which can be found along Nova, Scotia's coast. So while it wasn't an exotic material, like the coconut husks, it appeared to be transported a short woke island with a clear purpose. Because, of the layers of coconut and L. Grass, the stones underneath were incredibly clean miraculously free of any. The bizarre precision of all this indicated that the original barriers might've even laid the sand on top of the stone seaweed and coconut meaning the entire shoreline could be artificial. then. After strenuously excavating the layers of stone, the TRURO company found signs of an entire drainage system. Small rectangular canals about eight inches wide and a few inches deep crossed underneath, beach. Flat, rocks had been placed on top of these canals. So workers started referring to them as box drains. These box drains ran all the way from the ocean up to a mysterious mound of earth. Naturally. This mound became their next project. Underneath the mound, the troll company found drainage canals that fanned out like the fingers of a hand all five channels ran directly into the ocean. This in itself was a major breakthrough. They seem to have discovered the source of the water that had been flooding the money pit. Some speculated that the canals were part of in elaborate booby trap designed trigger flooding in the money pit before an outsider reached bottom. So some dubbed the setup, the pirate tunnels. But the high from their discovery was short lived shortly after in eighteen fifty one for reasons unknown, the company folded. Over the next century at least eight different groups tried to get their hands on the alleged treasure beneath Oak Island. They dug additional shafts near the money pit and they burrow deeper into the shoreline of Smith's cove. Progress was always met with familiar setbacks, cave-ins and flooding. Six, lives were lost while searching. The first person died in eighteen, sixty four when a boiler on a piece of machinery. The second Maynard Kaiser was killed in eighteen ninety seven after falling down one of the shafts. But nineteen sixty five was the worst that year treasure Hunter Robert resttle climbed twenty seven feet down into a partially flooded shaft while his son Bobby gathered brush nearby. A few minutes later something we're not sure what happened and it caused bobby to believe that his father needed help. Bobby sounded an alarm climbed down into the shaft himself. Upon hearing the alarm three friends Cyril Hilts Carl. And Andrew Demont arrived. All three men decided to go down after bobby and his father. Ask they descended a strange toxic gas filled the shaft way. By the time Andrew reached the bottom Cyril Carl Bobby and Bobby's father Robert were all dead in. Andrew. was barely clinging onto life. Miraculously Edward J white a fireman visiting Oak Island on vacation happened to be nearby. When he heard word of the danger, he rigged a safety harness and tasked his son with lowering him into the pit. At gulped along full of fresh air, then held his breath and descended into a greenish smog. At the bottom he found Andrew crumpled on the ground. Ed Rig Despair Harnessed Andrews Limp Body and tugged on the rope to let his son know to pull them out. When it was all over Ed and his son had saved Andrew Demands Life, but it was too late for the other four victims. To this day, nobody knows where the gas came from or what it was. Despite the now long history of death and despair. The promise of buried treasure still drew hunters from across the world. And in nineteen sixty, seven, two years after the lethal gas accident a man named Dan blankenship answered the call. Not long into their stay on Oak, island blankenship and his treasure hunting partners experienced a string of successes. Between Nineteen, sixty, seven and nineteen, sixty, nine, they excavated sixty areas in and around the money pit finding materials like coal meant metal and China. And in nineteen seventy, they discovered one area where small thin shards of metal had mixed into the soil. But more interesting than what they hit was what they didn't at around one hundred and forty feet down blankenship drills, struck water, and air. Underground cavities. Eventually, they created an opening large enough to lower camera in. When the camera reached two, hundred, thirty feet, it struck the bottom of the cavern. The first image flickered into the receiver screen and blankenship stared at it for several seconds. His Eyes Wide and horrified then a scream escaped his throat. blankenship colleagues came running to his side. He pointed to the receiver for them to see. Each gasped intern. The image showed a severed human hand floating in water. Coming up blankenship repels into the depths of the pit. Casper Labor Day sale is here get ten percents off your entire order now through September fourteenth with Code Comfort. Offer Expires September Fourteenth Twenty Twenty at eleven fifty nine pm Pacific Time..
"oak island" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Now back to the story. In. Seventeen ninety five Daniel McGinnis discovered what he believed to be the location of buried treasure in eighteen o four Dr Simeon lanes led an excavation of the spot that reached eighty feet down. There, they found a stone with cryptic symbols etched into its face. Once deciphered the message spoke of a treasure located forty more feet down. It took decades to decode the stone but before that happened in the early eighteen hundreds, Dr Lanes in his team doubled down on their efforts as they did, they continue to find signs of human activity about every ten feet. In addition to planks, they discovered layers of coconut fibre. Similar to their other fines, coconuts were not native to Oak. Island. In fact, the nearest coconut trees grew about fifteen hundred miles away. Financially, the skins were worthless, but emotionally, they fueled lanes motivations to dig further her now he was digging for an exotic treasure. Eventually. Lanes team hit the same roadblock that has plagued every oak island excavation. Water. The arrived one morning to find that overnight ninety feet of water had reburied their years of hard work but they didn't give up the doug another shaft next to the money pit. They likely planned to connect these two holes with a lateral tunnel but before they could complete this project, a fresh disaster struck water burst through the tunnel with lanes workers inside one of the men nearly drowned. After this catastrophe lanes ended his efforts, the money pit sat idle for decades but rumours of its treasurer never die down it wasn't a matter of if someone would pick up where lind's.
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"Fine. Debra Rodriguez it's pouring in Britain Mar, Pennsylvania as Tropical Storm Yes races up the East Coast. This woman in great Mills, Maryland, says her backyard has turned into a river. Just watching the water rise. Say yes was a Category one hurricane when it made landfall in Sea Isle Beach, North Carolina. Overnight storm surge in flooding rains prompted high water rescues in north and South Carolina. The storm was far worse at Oak Island, North Carolina than this woman expected. I was just looking out the window. Saw the neighbour's car's flight. It's Alec out the back window and I saw my jeep floating away. Just gone a Espana deadly tornado near the small town of Windsor in northeastern North Carolina. Several other confirmed tornadoes caused widespread damage at North Carolina and South Eastern Virginia. Jim Krystle, a CBS News
"Today. Something on shipwrecks buried. Treasure shipwrecks what the exception of iron ships those frozen in the far north are usually devoured by their watery environment. means that the classic tall else ship. Spanish galleons and Yes for the most part pirate ships have been absorbed by the sands of time literally one of the few pirates ships discovered route which included a chest of gold and silver coins. Was the white on brought up off the coast of Massachusetts by Barry Clifford in the nineteen eighties portion of the ship poor preserved under twenty feet of sand but the wider is the exception to the rule most ships from the golden age of piracy. Roughly sixteen hundred seventeen forty. Today are nothing more than a line of Canon pile of stone. Balasore iron anchor. There are plenty of shipwrecks in the base around. The world could be explored by the recreational diver. But for those that don't want to strap on an air tank. There are abandoned ships and submarines in Bays base from Russia to Scotland. And even in the desert I'll begin with Russia's Elena Bay off the Col- of Peninsula dozens of submarines up Marines and the remnants conning towers bristle out of the shallow waters abandoned some dating back to the seventies for mini-subs travel to Scotland. Our Lady Bay once you've for bombing practice. Many submarines stopped the beach. Along with the rusting. hulks of larger vessels in the South Pacific. Truk lagoon boasts the largest graveyard of submerged. Military vessels two hundred seventy five ships and sixty planes. Some of the ships sank while loaded with jeeps motorcycles earthmoving equipment many are just sixty feet below the surface. The Bay was empire Japan's main base in the Pacific during World War. Two when it was hit by a surprise attack operation hailstone but the largest Bay of Bandon ships in the world is not bay located on the edge of Nina located in the northwest list of Africa ships have been grounded and left abandoned in the bay since the nineteen twenties today. Upwards of ten ships are left in the bay every year any mention in of shipwrecks pirate or otherwise raises the question of buried treasure. I've already mentioned the wide off the Massachusetts coast as classic treasure chest but also in Massachusetts in Lynn Forest is dungeon. Rock the hiding place a pirate Thomas Tunes Treasure Hoard. It's also believed that to was the father of the man that established pirate island off. Madagascar were very clifford. Governor of the wider found the remains of captain kids ship the adventure. Galley blackbeard is said to buried a hundred and twenty gold. But says it only he and the devil know the location. Needless to say it is never been found. Pirates never drew maps with large x marking the location of their treasurer essentially. Because they were smarter than that but when they pulled their ships ashore for careening careening the processes scrape the barnacles off the planks of this ship. And sometimes those planks were placed. They would bury bury their valuable so the while they were stranded assured they would be raw by another pirate crew. Perhaps Oak Island is the most famous side of an alleged Treasure referred to as the money pit. Franklin Roosevelt attempted to find treasure there in nineteen thirteen. But to this day it is yet to reveal. Oh any treasure. No buried treasure real or myth compares to the Lima treasure removed from Lima Peru in eighteen twenty and believed to be two two hundred million in gold. Spain had ruled over Lima since the sixteenth century but was losing control and so it was decided by the mayor to transport support the richest of the city to Mexico for safekeeping. William Thomson captain of the married gear was chosen but he and his crew got greedy slit the throats of the guards guards and the priests accompanying the ship and threw the bodies overboard then headed for Cocos Island. Three hundred fifty miles off of. What is today Costa Rica where they buried read the Treasury a plan to split up but the ship was captured. Captain Crewe retreive piracy but the gold was never
"oak island" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The curse of oak island is getting ever closer to the money pit where the spear of destiny the holy grail and a half billion dollars of gold is taking on this island which needs to be paroled this island has been prover like no other land in the world and probing they did and during the patrol they found a flood tunnel of flood channels this flood tunnel was built in the seventeen hundreds maybe sixteen hundreds maybe before stuff to tell but it's organized what organized underground leading to the money pit the money pit where the spear of destiny the holy grail I half billion dollars of gold plus under told secrets they are on old island in season seven is going along the ledge Jaina work all of their right click Jaina Margiela Jaina and Alex wood Jaina if you ever notice delegates with Jenna has more gray hair than his uncle Rick who would have thought that okay finding this flood tunnel confirms all the speculation all of the great treasure on o'connell why would there be flood tunnels who would have billed flood on an island if there was no treasure worse there's treasure NBC in double treasure this amazing underground what well underground is just the tip of the this season is coming to an end and we made those the goal of the amazing goals for your curse of oak island update I'm view overall of this gig in Michigan for sterling on Sunday all right it's twenty past the hour twenty.
"oak island" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The real steps isn't that amazing the whole an expert on the curse of oak island shares this time with us tonight on sterling on Sunday live live live on Sunday night and if you have questions about the curse of oak island if you have theories about the curse of oak island we want to hear from you know at eight eight eight six eight eight nine two five eight eight eight eight six eight eight nine two five eight or four U. Texters eight eight eight six eight eight Walt now listen here's what I think is on the curse of oak island here's what I think is buried in oak island nothing I think the gold the vogue of oak island has been mined by the sales department of the history channel I believe that the history channel is gotten every ounce of gold out of oak island in the form of selling it to advertisers veal perhaps you have different theories yeah I have a big difference number one they have found coconut fiber underground okay not this is the north Atlantic there are no coconuts to be found ancient coconut fiber which is amazing they've also found rocks decorative rocks that have etchings they go back to the time of the knights Templar with mysterious I figured that no one can figure out Thomas you're on sterling on Sunday you and I are talking about what you believe is buried on oak island I say nothing hello who'll feels differently Thomas how do you feel you're absolutely correct that there is nothing I know that I'll that Thomas isn't it amazing that they've gotten away with this for seven television seasons they would be calling it bold Ireland or grail Islander maybe even have a party involved but there is nothing but a bunch of old on oak island they dug up all the yoke they cut down all the oak trees it left us want and that's all they're gonna find Walter now Thomas do you watch the show no I do not own a TV show you wouldn't be their primary demographic I would say that their first target is to get people who own TV's would you say that's fair probably live in a house but you said you want to guess the mystery voice Thomas yes Sir I know may I wasn't allowed to have a lot of fun crimped hair was about it maybe a little gone when I first got signed they were having in clubs and in New York I'm actually from Los Angeles and it the music was doing amazing Thomas the WSB in Atlanta who do you think that is what I know it's not and he gives them some gonna say it's any what do you say congradulations Tom as living in a trailer you are right it is definitely you are right everybody happy in your house and the way to do that is to buy Tootsie rolls America's favorite candy you know we have a mutual thing about Tootsie rolls is that your whole game dad and the kids really go for the extra delicious talk with the case that you can't find in any other candidate that's the Tootsie roll Tate and that's what puts the roles in a class by itself it makes good sense to buy the candy little please your whole family and that's the reason you should put Tootsie rolls on your shopping unbelievable must feel.
"oak island" Discussed on Far Side Chats
"<music> hey far CIDERS. Today's episode is going to be a little different than what you're used to. Unfortunately care isn't feeling so well so sent her some love so she gets feeling better faster. Our good friend in Social Media Guru Liz live is filling in. Would you like to introduce yourself hi. I'm the other Liz in this context <hes> so if you reach out to Farside chats on facebook instagram you're probably going to be talking to me. I do my best to try to keep the tone and enthusiasm and hilarity of these two ladies <hes> via the those channels so I am honored to be a part of this episode today while we are so glad you could be here. Thank you so much for filling in. I am dubbing this the list takeover episode because now we've got to hosts name Liz how confusing so anyway let's get to it excellent. There's the reason whodunnit Sir so popular why mystery novels fly off the shelves or download to our e-readers in lightning speed. We love finding the clues in connecting the DOTS investigators and armchair detectives alike want to revel in the experience of naming the culprit. The human race craves resolve. We itch to find out the WHO what when where and why I think that's why I'm truly really a little obsessed with today's story. There is no resolve and has been for over two hundred years <music> so Liz. Have you ever heard of a place called Oak Island Island. No is that off the coast of California or something totally wrong. It's an island Nova Scotia Canada and it shaped like a baby elephant and I will have pictures on the website so that's fun. I'll bet I'll post someone in serum to definitely so what makes this island so interesting the fact that it looks like Dumbo this particular plot of land is so intriguing because of the mystery and more surrounding rounding it and if you listen to the intro.
"oak island" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"The mystery of oak island is our discussion tonight. Our guest is Randall Sullivan he's in writer, and he's written a book called the curse of oak island. And we're very pleased to have him on the program, and Randall before the break, we were talking about how the island had been closed off to the public basically for a number of years. One of its owners who is anybody who watches the program in the history. Channel knows the name. Dan, Blankenship controlled most of the island controlled the causeway wouldn't let anybody on. But you made your way on there were you one of the first to be able to gain access before it became open to the public again. One of the first in a while. What's the between, Dan Blankenship, and Fred Nolan who owned a smaller piece of the island has so much tension. And to the point that. Maladies had to come and take a gun away. The Dan they just decided he wasn't letting anybody off and he was having the whole thing down, and he controlled the access. There's only one way to drive onto the island. That was built back in the sixties. And so. So I mean, I it the biggest part of the job was giving him on the phone and convincing them to meet me for a drink. And at least with me. That myself and. Led to an invitation to come over and. Visit on the island than three or four days with them on the what was he still looking for the treasure at that point or had he resigned himself to retirement? He's still was passionate about it. And believe he was close, but he was very frustrated you have the resources he had a financial backer, and he was in dispute with him as well. And felt he wasn't getting the money to do what he needed to do. So he was frustrated, but he was still very passionate about it. Utterly convinced. It he wasn't that far from from from finding his way to to whatever secretive. Oh colleges. And so know once you got to talking about it. It was still passion and feeling. Well, and now, it was Blankenship and David Tobias, right? That owned oak island tours. David Tobias was basically the financial backer wealthy. Montreal businessman who was fascinated by the story, he visited years ago. And so he was actually there on the island running the work, but Tobias was putting up the money mostly. And that's how the Lena brothers got involved were by purchasing. David Tobias is fifty percent of the oak island. Taurus, correct. That's correct. So Blankenship closed the island off still doing some work to attempt to solve the mystery was his effort to close it off more to keep other treasure hunters out of the area or was did he just want to be left alone? It's a little of both. I mean, he he felt he was constantly being bothered by people who had this idea or wanted to sneak onto the island and try something. You know, he was frustrated. He was he was very frustrated with people who had made it difficult for him. And I do think that he at that very moment. There was a a measure of resignation. At the same time. He was telling me, and he was in his. I think he was in his eighties. He was he was right around eighty. And he was telling me that he he wanted to get there before he died. He knew he knew he didn't have that much time. So we keep increasing urgency with a pastor. And do you think that that's why he's got such a close connection with the Latino brothers that they're actually an extension of his work, and they're going to be able to try and figure this out while he while he's still with us. Yeah. Well, I mean, they have tremendous respect for Danny? Although I mean, we'll gain is they also respected they go wherever the information is or wherever anyone has. Even plausible theory, sometimes and implausible theory. But so they've been there they love Dan revere. Really? But but they aren't exactly following in his footsteps. I mean, they are building on what he's done. Direction, and you can definitely see their their utmost respect for him when they do certain certain things, and they go and they bring him down to to show him. Exactly what's going on. And I think that that's a very important part because he was such an important role in everything that's been going on in that island into still keep him involved that to that point. I think is just what's it's a sure sign of respect. And it's definitely just the right thing to do. Yeah. Well, I mean, it was an absolute, man. Physical who was extraordinarily brain physically and did things, but you would be willing to do like go down this very narrow hole. The dieting tank and and into very dangerous. Situations who was nearly killed mean he's this is a driven, ma'am. Got a powerful. Even ladies. He's got a powerful. No, he was doing much of his heavy lifting. If you will in the seventies is who's he there's images of him on the program. All the time, you know, riding pushing dirt around with a bulldozer going down into the hole known as tax those types of things when you met him were a lot of a lot of that kind of work being done. Or was it more of an academic exercise by Dan at that point? It'd be really was more academic for Dan. I mean, he's still controlled the island. He took me to see ten accent, just the money and area. You can actually see the money pit anymore. But we do I did go to the education connects invited me to send a little wave. I wanted to like. It was a very cold day. Look down that dark pit, and it was wet and slippery. I think it would have made the same choice. So you were able to visit with Dan. And this was pre in the Laguna brothers. This is before they got involved. You went back. You wrote? Did you write an article about it for Rolling Stone? Is that what the next step was for you? Yeah. I wrote an article titled the cursive oak island, which you know, I. Trumps. And I know that we already have a lot to do with their excitement, although Mardian Rick knew about okay long before I wrote that article. And. Facination preceded by decades. Yeah. Yeah. I think they they tell the story of I think it was Rick having read in Reader's Digest article about the island back in the sixties. And I think it was the same one I read, but I read it as a as a mini graft reproduction in school, I think in the early s or late seventies. But I think it was the same article. But that that that's the stuff of of boyhood fascination. Isn't it treasure hunting in a lost treasure mysteries? Puzzles and adventure. Yeah. We one of the most incredible things about this whole story is just the Ripley in particular could sustain fascination because he was I think he was fourteen. Twelve or fourteen when he read an article, and experts you and. Passion. Endured for the rest of his life until he was finally able to get on the island. Carries the surf forward. So he waited more than forty years. His. Was studying from afar the whole time. So he made this is truly a passion for him. And it's become on. I think for mardi. Now, the book that you've written the cursive oak island chronicles the over two hundred year history of of searching for whatever it is. That is or isn't there can you walk us through the basics of that time line? I can I mean the the early. There are some contradictions. I I mean, I spent a lot of time. Going back into the history and genealogy and just to confirm the the core story, I found it really held up under close inspection. And it was all three young men three teenagers. Who? Yeah. And and what what exactly was it went some to the circular depression on the island. I mean, it could have been there were they saw old oak. Trees have been cut down or there were unusual plans or the depression was a perfect circle. Or there was a tackle block from the tree on an old tree. That was hanging over it. Whatever it was they became convinced that there was a pirate treasure actually, the captain Kidd pressure because that was the legend, but it was in that area. And so they started digging. And they got just like eighteen inches downtown this patio flagstones clearly been very carefully laid and. Obviously fired them. And so they kept digging down to ten feet where they hit would thought they view that treasure chest. But it turned out was a platform of logs conducted in the size of this perfectly circular hole because it was they could do us loose softer. Hard clay all around. But there was a perfect circle of loose term or someone who clearly Doug before. So they got they tore those out Doug another ten feet. Hit. Would again this time we really hit it. But it turned out to be another platform of logs at that point. They looked up and saw twenty feet of clay. Could be buried alive easily. So they backed off and it took years before they found somebody who would amount to an expedition that really wasn't expedition the hired a sloop and a big crew man and sale like two hundred miles to get to the island, and and they went and they descended into that whole by building wooden crib, which basically keeps it from collapsing. Well, they found more platforms as dirty feet at forty feet at fifty feet at sixty at seventy eight eighty feet at ninety eight ninety feet. There was a stone on top of the platform. Various descriptions of the stone from people who actually thought. I mean, they're similar, but. Like when they turned it over they saw their work, either letters and symbols or just symbols. So there's some disagreement that had been carved into the thing. So they took it out a. Out of the kit. But then the Pippi slowly still with water gets a little bit muddy. End of the day. So they decided to come back the next day and deal with digging in mud. But when they came back, it was filled to fill water to sixty five feet, and they had some kind of flood system that would and has defeated treasure hunters for two centuries. But. So ultimately couldn't solve that another expedition came in the eighteen hundreds early mid eighteen hundreds, and they they they were defeated by the flood system that they decided to go when they were trying to figure out what was causing flooding me went down to Cisco which is nearby and discovered. This fantastic may be out of work is hard to imagine. But yes, someone had dug up the entire. Each and created this math of. Coconut husks and seaweed sponges under that all these really well make rock dreams. Who could who could or would do that would have been? Literally thousands of dollars to do it. It's whole stretch of beach. The money to obviously would have been. Ours too. So. Summation of people ever since if it's somebody went to the extraordinarily lakes. Some group of people and did this fantastic work. So there had to be a fantastic reason. The clues have continued ever since one expedition after another because they've all discovery here. We all discover something. This. Equally amazing to what preceded it. But they they coexist in different directions for different people, which has led to all the debate. And the profusion of theories about what it is. We're talking with Randall Sullivan. He's written a book called the curse of oak island. And we're going to continue chatting with him after our break here. A lot more to come. You're listening to Jason and JV beyond reality radio. We'll be back after.
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"oak island" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Come enter s t u double f so chuck i was seeing the 20th century saw wave after wave of treasurehunter yeah come dig and leave penniless sure uh one of those people though that and we also talked about how oak island has been utterly changed probably nobody changed the the topography in geography of oak island more than a guy named robert dunn field who was a an engineer i believe renault geologist in a 19th 65 he built a a bridge co a highway yet causeway yeah from the mainland to ogun and right after he did that right after is completed he started moving heavy equipment and then to started digging like crazy yeah he got down a hundred feet uh i'm sorry one hundred forty feet down 100 feet wide and i kept everything a secret until two thousand three and didn't they didn't find on they found some porcelain dish wear from the sixteen hundreds which is you know what yet through in there could find for sure that early 1600 zietman um but he of course didn't find a lot either ultimately in the way of rich's because um he kept having problems despite his machinery with a collapsing uh caves heavy rains more tidewater and dumb but he did say there was a cavern under some limestone he did confirm one of these underwater cavern uh rumors right supposedly yet which accounts for potentially a natural formation if you're a skeptic if you're a believer thin it just confirms the boobytrapped thing yeah.
"oak island" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"I will look at oak island looking things up uh nobody was goal the what are the odds of that it made me go argus we think well if we think l look hanks lamle are the most likeable like mr rogers neighborhood yeah but you would have kept your good friend college of the curb had his dad but willing to come on your show right no really i know colin i dunno tom year not a miracle work in down surrey at choices there no college now i will i would have you had what i would have done if that really have been woods colin plane uh mr rogers and i would have tom hanks played mr furry what was his naser kieland mcfeely any ferry ferried them out of a how come on seven that's a script showed that he fell all right derek you could really do outstanding work and by the way out quick plug for your for your compagnie show another period is back for another season to which is also a very very funny show as well a drunk history airs tuesday nights at ten on comedy central this is the fifth season of the show it is great you guys you should definitely check it out dare congratulations been going to seek out thank you greg to see you guys thanks brichet raf in the cabinet be i'd dammit what were you have to say i just started something completely off i wanted to end okay rockin own everywhere i was gonna say k rocket on through okay guilty krq name the free world the cabinet being show the world famous k rock straw numbers be clips music home we have gold standard in.
"oak island" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Yes stones israel definitely thirty percent egyptian it's fifty three percent for venetian because of an asians in the egyptians and the toll tech's 70 percent totic they're working together to create a stargate and it's important that they need someone from each culture boot president stargate opening so no one culture to bring dark matter potentially nor dimension without the approval of the other cultures you know there's over there was a forty percent chance i could have the stone is a key that are dimensional key that allows black hole machines to generate interstellar gateways to bounce between colors you gotta eighty five percent of the color spectrum these gateways you understand how this relates okay here let me take a diagram that i've i've stored up my ass which is wherever pulling all the information from and he talks about how he he you know he he he was a film footage shown in and he definitely was on their looked on idb and sure enough he was on there now listen the curse kirk about curse of oak island cassidy that fifteen so sad to me guys utter maniac and i was in history channel a child that does not give a shit about historical accuracy change your name history channel you fucking phonies ancient aliens the curse of oak island pawn stars american pickers that's your channel lineup supposed to be talking about history you sellouts you like mtv man you're supposed to be about you know music videos but when you figure the polish shore the weasel in the real world got better ratings are goes music there goes the videos and now you know nonsense bullshit artists have become more watchable i guess better for ratings better for click bait than actual historians talking about access for people who actually know shit who dedicated their lives to knowledge and any hit your channel is turned into what's by tv words or whatever any is so sad to me in any hitch channel discovery channel learning channel net jio.
"oak island" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"And over the tamed wrote a cracking across the sea maybe flew fuck dragon now whatever maybe a hobbit took him over and jetskis went up there's a bunch of other crazy you know fucking imperatives atlanta's sales citizens of atlanta's buried treasure there in novi list at times of 43 lost city but lenin she know that there is very little chance that ever existed even other stories about aliens doing it to american indian civilization we don't even know about had money there the viking tomb that's what it is it's a viking tune the vikings are over there well i don't at sorry i don't i don't think anyone buried anything that here's why let's talk about limestone geologists have determined that the ground underneath oak island primarily limestone and ended right in hide right excuse me again fucking busy busy week did not have time for my pronunciation so if i can you please senate corrections front make mistakes that can the conditions in which natural caves are usually form conditions that creates ankles like the one that sofia sellers fell into other oxygenated aged seventy eight so you know the original sunken grounded the money pit maybe just been another one of the sinkholes now with all the flooding in the chace will maybe it's just because you know of this weird network of caves and things under the under the island this cottage cheese type of network the various pockets in the limestone so that's that's a problem with you know buried treasure even be in there and then let's talk about secondhand sources all the council's early digs wither like i think they did this i think that did that throw secondhand sources you know and that's where all the accounts come from of finding liking wooden platforms and you riverstone at various depths we're just relying on these secondhand sources to be legit primary source know offer first hand knowledge something journals letters for a photograph videos autobiographies now secondhand sources are just more speculative third they could articles you'll written about the people who.
"oak island" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Issued a papal bull the loud the nights temper special rights among the temples were exempt from paint taxes permitted to build their own or tories held a no one's authority accept the pope said they were you know a powerful organisation they said a prosperous network of banks gained enormous financial influence our banking system allowed religious pilgrims to deposit assets in their home country and then withdraw funds in the holy land the order became known for dust year code of conduct and signature style of dress featured a white habit ablaze with a simple red cross member soared oath of poverty chassis in obedience to weren't allowed to drink gambler swear prayer was essential to their daily life the temperatures expressed particular adoration for the virgin mary as they grew the size and status you know establish new chapters drought western europe in at the height of their influence they boasted a sizeable fleet of ships they owned the mediterranean island of cyprus you know serbs the primary bank lending institution to european monarchs nobles i mean they were flocking powerfully built castles they fought one battles against muslim armies in on it and i could go on again but there were there on separate perhaps even a twoparter but suffice to say there was bad attitudes that an unusual place in history they were religious organization and got to do what they wanted in other mysterious their influential they weren't under the authority of any king or queen the answer to the pope and it was rumored that they had found special powerful religious artifacts like that like this holy grail the ark of the covenant items of suppose it mystical power they could do things like turned the tides of war and they want these things if all the wrong hands they took a secret trip across the atlantic hundreds of years before columbus and bury these items far under the earth at oak island okay fuck sure that can happen in the same vein of you know thinking that big foot you know could have a layer there in the same vein of thinking it bucket lizard people can have a base there aliens are due to shit there maybe maybe they didn't even travel by boat the nice template maybe they wrote.
"oak island" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"T ninety one in fighting the french no records of him heading anywhere near nova scotia he was spending time is a pirate around madagascar now they found treasure little and see floor but nothing buried madagascar a long way from nova scotia he made his money in the indian ocean and caribbean not the north atlantic dodds it he even heard of oak island are incredibly small a variety of other pirates are rumored to have buried treasure at oak island and not enough i could go through any their stories because they have no credibility there's no evidence just go hey what about sir henry maury he's still golden panama he could have done it vet yeah because he fucking good of in the sense that any pirate whose where whereabouts were documented for every day of their pirating adventures you know theoretically somehow i guess could have made it there uh another name the floats rental out ocala to for francis drake drake born around fifteen forty fifteen forty four devonshire england was evolved in piracy elicit slavetrading before be chosen fifteen seventy seven is leader of an expedition intended to pass around south america through the strait of magellan explore the coast the lay beyond drake successfully completed the journey he was knighted by queen elizabeth ii on his triumphant return fifteen 88 saw action in english defeat of spanish spanish armada died and fifteen ninety six dysentery he was the first englishman to circumnavigate the world treasure he captured made a wealthy man queen night of the again neither them you know he was he was appointed member of the house of commons and then there's this is these strained rumors about him in in weird corners the web that he he also is the real author of shakespeare's place and and these rumors are supported by zero legitimate historians or investigative journalists but somehow there now there's a wild theory that he buried proof that he had written the plays hump shakespeare on oak island why what so long after he died the world to be like oh hey man shakhbut in writers placer francis drake did and then just fucking move out there live and i guess it would be a big story but you're gonna be fucking dead so so what are you care.
"oak island" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"It fall short to providing final and kind of absolute proof of exactly what is down there how got there the tape apparently showed up passages with welldefined corners and retain your appetizers which she more likely to have been the work of man than the work of nature later photographs taken ah an exploratory missions with this thing find a fido a wellpreserved human corpse and sealed compartment full salt water and excluding you know the arrogance would be capable preserving human remains were centred to a hand apparently do crazy right odds fucking wild video and photography so where is it well the videos gone this mysterious video cannot be found and in the photos or shit ride like it like you read these articles now i feel like all yet and there like you know these photos of would obviously is a a human corpse will preserve even noticed fucking it reminds me of a ultrasound photos were just like but not even that good like grainy weird images that might be something you know that's it and and and you yeah it it it just looks like ludi or shit are the tritan alliance continues to dig on the island going far down his five hundred ninety feet jesus hidden grace lay bedrock whose fuck in burien southie hundreds of years ago six theblaze agrout are they find nothing ninety seven the borehole 10x chapters lined with concrete down to bedrock at 100 anybody so it's really reinforce now if you are said that debt oak island gino shown his your channel you've seen this shaft find nothing of tunnels artifact or treasure tried line seeks to raise ten million dollars now to solve the mystery once of raw they propose excavating in eighty foot diameter line shaft at the money pit down to about two hundred twenty feet pumping water from ford pumping stations a cofferdams gonna rebuild its smith code to keep the water out of the flood tunnel huge cofferdam at sal shor cove to keep water from the second flynn flood tunnel solidere's assumed there is 1991 train lines are still trying to raise money for the plan they apply to atlantic canada opportunities agency for twelve million and there.
"oak island" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"You all the personnel he could locate who had been involved in those earlier investigations many previous attempts had failed the modern technology now made it possible to succeed in aging 93 blair and his associates inaugurated the oak island treasure company and their prospectus they said a shaft thirteen feet across in one hundred feet deep i'd been sunken oak island before the memory of any now living i'd this vertical shach was connected to the sea by tunnel several hundred feet long and at the chace bazeley large wooden boxes of jewels and precious metals the plan was to concentrate on cutting off water from the flood tunnel at some point near the shore again with the interceptor chace after which was assumed that there would be no difficulty in pumping out the money pit itself blair's new company received such encouraging financial backing that was able to begin work in eighteen 94 these guys are these guys are so full she it at the chace base late large wooden boxes of jewels and precious metals said who what evidence is there of that and in gravestone tablet that no one can find right that stopping engraved simple some tiny scraps of gold joint goal had gold chains the came out of an auger you know a gold chain that probably belonged to one of the people working on uncovering buried treasure price on drought to pocket wash or something and then the augur pulled up a little bit of jane some some dude who may or may not have pocketed something know there's that part of the story but no one ever saw it was what evidence is there treasure not but you know back to digging ago and in what this new crew did find after years of more holes and inevitable flooding what did they find they founded tiny little ball of parchment that bore the letters v and i or something similar possibly roman numerals vienna that's it something that again i think it a phone for worker with all the holes dug over the years all the people come in and out the at the end of the 19th century is now like the worst crimes you never writers have been sony people traipsing in and out of this place has department since been really you know catch care carefully preserved and and carefully dated by historians idle health gas.
"oak island" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"The seventhgrader me just got a crazy visual i said you know harvesting claim harvesting sect the brits began if you give the towers and agricultural zeller soon became a major fishing in shipbuilding centres well it's shipyard repaired warships in both world war one in world war two but now mostly dog molesters as you know shameful no chester is a seventy kilometers ten and a half miles northeast of oak island little town settled originally by calling us from massachusetts actually who came up north following invitations by lieutenant governor and subsequently governor of nova scotia charles lawrence the man with a first name and last name that's also a first name charles larry to settle lands taken from natives in seventeen 55 take for the mic max cadet town of fissures farmers primarily oh charlie larry he's a settling their lands now another little tourist town for the most part now it's a quaint very scenic area former sifi channel show haven which i've not seen by did some research bennette is based on the story colorado kid by stephen king and it was film large early in chester lunenburg amount bay safia now if you're a fan of that show have you seen that show will then you've seen this area look it up you want to feel for the oak island you know environment other than occasional clashes between european settlers in the micmac only a few dustups and if you dustups with americans in the revolutionary war on the board eighteen twelve most but it could have a quiet little area the weather's fairly mild maybe a little cold side few warmblooded southerners average high of seventy six degrees fahrenheit twenty four degrees celsius and july average low of fourteen degrees fahrenheit negative ten degrees celsius in a january and february sleepy little area of sleep little islands and sleepy little coastal towns smalltown livein multimilliondollar estate summer homes some gorgeous colonial homes for a couple mill overlook overlooking various bays and some you know local real estate sites rich people taken expensive boats out of the bay poured middleclass tourist bind fried cod and chip's from though seafood jackson hanging out of the beach and that's what the areas now man now.