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Other Projects

Here are some other projects I’ve worked on. Enjoy!


Mysteries of Canada



I don’t own this great Canadian history site, but I often write for it. It’s here that I published a PDF version of my non-fiction book Oak Island.


Carnival of the Invertebrates


This tongue-in-cheek spoof of Camille Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals was composed by the brilliant Canadian-American composer Michael van der Sloot. The accompanying text was written by yours truly.


Moose Guild



A free marketing tool for struggling Canadian artists. Feel free to sign up!

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  • William Olivadoti November 27, 2020, 9:09 pm

    There was a Guy X here employed by the British. Two military payroll chests of gold coins went missing. This guy was on Oak Island in early 1700’s. He was in cahoots with Blackbeard. The Guy X was in my area. In the 20th a century some of his descendants came snooping around along the old trail here looking for somethin’. But I think it ain’t here coz the metal detector guys woulda a found it by now and the Guy X last position was 20 miles from here. He was in Newfoundland area aft er the last position 20 miles from here.

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