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Oak Island is a small island located in Mahone Bay off the coast of Nova Scotia where people have been searching for buried treasure since 1795. To date, no one truly knows what, if anything, lies buried there, although theories abound.
The purpose of this book is to provide you, the reader, with a comprehensive report of the facts and speculation surrounding Oak Island so that you might come to your own conclusion regarding the nature of this great Mystery of Canada.
This book is divided into three sections: 1) History; 2) The Curse of Oak Island; 3) Theories.
In History, you’ll find a chronological account of all major treasure hunts on Oak Island from 1795-2005. Each chapter is subdivided into a Historysection recounting the story of each respective treasure hunt, a Discoveriessection detailing the various findings made by the treasure hunters; and aCharacters section describing the colourful men who risked social condemnation, financial ruin, and even their very lives in an effort to get to the bottom of the Oak Island mystery.
In The Curse of Oak Island, you’ll find a detailed analysis of the current treasure hunt on Oak Island, conducted by Michigan brothers Rick and Marty Lagina and their crew, and documented in the History Channel’s TV series The Curse of Oak Island. Each chapter is subdivided into a Plotsection outlining the synopsis of each of The Curse of Oak Island’s episodes, and an Analysis section in which the discoveries made in the episodes are thoroughly investigated.
In Theories, you’ll find the various hypothesises formulated by Oak Island researchers regarding the nature of Oak Island’s supposed extraordinary treasure. Each chapter is subdivided into the ‘Five Ws’ of research, namelyWho? What? When? Where? and Why?, along with an Evidence section describing the hard facts and circumstantial evidence which led proponents of each respective theory to come to the conclusions they did.