The Curse of Oak Island

On Thursday I noticed a book on the new book shelf at the library that I just had to check out and take home.

I knew that this book was being written, but had not yet heard that it was available.

The Curse of Oak Island, Randall Sullivan, History ChannelThe Curse of Oak Island: The Story of the Worlds’s Longest Treasure Hunt by Randall Sullivan is about the history of the Money Pit on Oak Island.

Oak Island, Money Pit, National Geographic, Curse of Oak IslandI have known about the treasure hunt at Oak Island since I was just a young boy. Just like the Lagina brothers who are currently heading up the treasure hunt I first learned about it by reading an old Reader’s Digest from 1965. My grandparents had a lot of old issues and I am sure that is probably where I ran across it.

Curse of Oak Island, History Channel, Did they find anything?The Curse of Oak Island is now a very popular show on The History Channel, and I have been watching it since it started.

Oak Island, treasure, Randal SullivanI remember the episodes where Randall Sullivan was on the show, so knew that he was writing a book about the history of Oak Island.

This is a wonderful book and it really gives you a background of what has happened. Now as they talk about previous searcher tunnels I have a much better idea of what is going on.

Oak Island, Time Table, Myster, Randall SullivanThe book is well researched and is full of details. I am not quite done with the book, but have read past the start of the show.

Unfortunately, I have had a lot of time to read as I have had a fever for the last 24+ hours and haven’t felt like doing much. Hopefully I will be better tomorrow.

I am really looking forward to the next episode on Tuesday night as the previews hint that they may have a few major finds.





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