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The Mystery of Oak Island Jan5th History Channel (Premise for the Vault)
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So the History Channel will be running a show on the escavation of Oak Island. The writer of the Vault from a few years ago based his comic off the story around Oak Island.

 

MYSTERY OF OAK ISLAND

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Oak Island has fascinated me ever since I was a child. Probably my favorite treasure/treasure myth story around. At some point in my life I have read just about every book and article on the Island available.

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Cool ..I have always thought it was a very interesting mystery..

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Interesting - just skimmed some stuff concerning this. Seems interesting and will check it out.

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You had never heard of Oak Island? It was discovered 1795. Some weird stuff.

Theories range from pirates to aliens..

 

Could be ANYTHING!! lol

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That article is unintentionally funny to me.

 

What I got out of it was "The legend says 7 will die before the incredible treasure is discovered. Six have already died COOL is one of these guys gonna die and THEN they find a treasure..

 

it's like "Tune in folks someone could DIE"

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There is an Ancient Aliens segment on Oak Island. They weren't saying it was aliens.......but (shrug) (It's aliens)

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I just love Giorgio Tsoukalo his hair is mesmerizing..

 

 

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I had read/watched a lot about Oak Island and that is what got me to buy 'The Vault' and it ended up being a pretty good comic.

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The ancient aliens crew have one of the coolest jobs on the planet. I remember when half of them were just complete nut bags posting crazy videos on youtube and doing seminars with 3 people sitting in them. Now they are all pulling in 6 figures.

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Happy Birthday OakIsland!

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Happy Birthday OakIsland!

 

lol

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I don't believe there is a treasure there. I believe it is a mine for minerals used in making cement. At the time it was dug, that would've been a valuable and desirable commodity.

 

DG

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The story of Oak Island has fascinated me since Nimoy took me "In Search Of" back in the 70s.

 

I have no idea if anything is down there but with modern technology, we should be able to find out right?

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Happy Birthday OakIsland!

 

lol

 

lol lol

 

Seriously though, I too love the story of Oak Island and will certainly watch this!

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For a few weeks I have been wondering if there is any treasure to be found on Oak Island. What if the lights on the island, that were spotted by the youths back in 1795, meant that the treasure was being dug up instead of buried.

 

The latest episode has descendants of the McGinnis family (the 3 youths from 1795) show up for a visit. They mentioned that 3 boxes of treasure were found and split by the 3 youths back in 1795. They had an artifact to lend credence to their story. This then raises the following conundrum. Is the latest effort a continuation of 220 years of searching for treasure in vain, since treasure was found but not reported. hm

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