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Friday, January 14, 2011


1795, 3 young men came across the money pit; not 2 fishermen that experienced strange lights on oak island then investigated it & later disappeared wrong lore story? Daniel McInnis, Anthony Vaughn and Jack (John) Smith, as far as anyone knows the McInnis treasure hunters never experienced paranormal going on's like bright light screeching out of oak island upon or prior to discovering the oak island money pit over 200 years ago?

History rookie channel blooper buggers up oak island big time right from the beginning because of using of bad research characters in the oak island documentary, hysterical channel best describes history channels bungling portrayal of the most mysterious treasure hunt in the world, the oak island money pit.

Old 1720 Pirate Tale Story told Instead of the original Daniel McInnis and treasure hunter friends oak islands treasure story that was pitched by the history channel? wrong tale.

Canada's 1720 Nova Scotia mahone bay oak island pirate tale that was once told, but the story my vary slightly?

Late one evening lights were seen burning on Oak Island of the year 1720. Local legend at the time alleged that pirates were burying bullion treasure. Area fishermen were curious. Two of them set out to explore the strange lights. They disappeared, presumably murdered by the supposed pirates on the island. The story was forgotten by the local residents, but not by their wives.

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