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Oak Mystery Island: Part II

Oak Mystery IslandWhat hides in Oak Island? Pirate treasure or treasure of the Vikings? Ancient fortress or lost biblical relic? Nobody knows, but those who have tried to learn a fiasco. He who hid the treasure on the island, tried to glory: to get to the bottom of the shaft is not possible, because any hole immediately filled with sea water of covert channels, obviously dug specifically.

Well, dubbed Spur 10 X», situated two hundred feet to the northeast of the money of mine. It was first drilled in October 1969. Then its diameter does not exceed 15 centimeters. Why Blankenship interested in it – it’s hard to say, probably helped biographical knowledge of the island. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on October 12, 2014 in Island, Mysterious

 

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Oak Mystery Island

Oak Mystery IslandOff the coast of Nova Scotia is a small island that holds a great secret. In the XVIII century, people have noticed that at night the island is lit strange light, but those who went to find out what the light did not come back. A little later, two boys found on the island of strange hole – the entrance to a mine buried in the ground. This discovery marked the beginning of a fever kladoskatelstva, which was attended by such famous people as Franklin Roosevelt and John Wayne.

Daniel McGinnis had not read pirated novels for two reasons. First, the court was in 1795, and at Stevenson, Conrad and Captain Marietta has not yet come, and secondly, why the book, if there is something pozanimatelnee example, old stories about living corsairs – Captain Kidd, Blackbeard , Edward Davis and many, many others. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on October 12, 2014 in Island, Mysterious

 

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The mystery of Oak Island

Oak, Island1795 a young man named Daniel McGinnis ventured around the island of Oak Island, a small Canadian island in Magone Bay, Nova Scotia. At one point, he found a depression in the ground and close to her an old oak with a pulley on top of it. The next day, with two of his friends, John Smith and Anthony Vaughan, he returned to where he had noted that depression and began to dig, located approximately 60 cm layer of slate, a material that ‘could not be found on the island. They continued up to 3 m and they found a pavement of oak with brand ax obvious. A 7 m they realized that with their strength they could not keep all alone …
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Posted by on May 7, 2012 in Island

 

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