The Oak Island Mystery / Nova Scotia'...

The Oak Island Mystery / Nova Scotia's notorious money pit

There are 4 comments on the Interesting Thing of the Day story from Nov 10, 2006, titled The Oak Island Mystery / Nova Scotia's notorious money pit. In it, Interesting Thing of the Day reports that:

Nova Scotia's notorious money pit Canada's maritime provinces may not be the first place you think of when you hear the words "buried treasure," but for over 200 years, treasure hunters have had their eyes on ...

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Food For Thought

Vancouver, Canada

#1 Jan 16, 2007
Here’s what people don’t know?
They don’t know about the people that made Affidavits, short book stories on saying the symbols did not exist and other stories, I am just wondering are people suppose to take the leap of faith and believe them. Where’s the physical evidence that support their claim.

Here’s what people do know?

That these money pit symbols are in just about every book written on Oak Island. And many people generally accepted the translation. Now a new logical translation was made and people start getting in a up-roar. There is no physical proof these symbols are not authentic. Do we take peoples word because they say so? Wheres the evidence beside hear’ say;

Lets get physical when it comes to evidence
Someone

Happy Valley, Canada

#2 Apr 27, 2007
I Think Its Gold

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#3 Apr 27, 2007
This story only comes out just before the tourist season starts. The only money maker on this island is dulse.
SHYKORA PAUL arts

Calgary, Canada

#4 Jan 11, 2014
...knew about this sence a ..child...eh..

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