The Secret Of Oak Island. "The Money Pit"

I first heard about this as a young boy. I was at most 7 or 8 years of age, when I came across a book called “I Am David”. The book was about a young orphan who goes on adventures, after stowing himself on a pirate ship or something… (this is from memory haha). but the one part I ALWAYS remembered was the part about Oak Island’s Money Pit. The book described it as a mysterious treasure that is buried deep under an island off the coast of nova scotia. after reading the book I became obsessed with the idea of oneday going to look for it myself. YEARS later I saw something about the mysterious island and its ingenius irrigation system that apparantly is the whole island… One group of excavators wanted to see where the water was coming from that kept flooding the pit whenever certain barriers were passed. they poured red dye into the water and over the course of a few days saw an irrigation drain on each side of the island… the irrigation system needed must have been a massive project. Nobody knows who made this security system, or what’s actually buried beneath. but there are none other like it in the world.

I just found this documentary on it, its absolutely amazing. nararrated by Leonard Nimoy


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Here’s the modern day solution to the whole problem. There are people who have just recieved the rights to dig again, I’m unsure if this is the way they are going to do it, but it seems like its gonna be the only way haha. they recieved the rights in 2010 by the province of Nova Scotia

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