Oak Island – Old Leather

Season 9 of The Curse of Oak Island is continues to be exciting.

In the episode tonight they showed more items removed from the second large can using the hammer grab tool and the start of the sinking of the third can.

Curse of Oak Island, History Channel, Did they find anything?The most interesting find shown this week was not from one of the cans, but from old spoils. The find was a large piece of leather.

The leather was taken to an expert to be examined and some interesting information was given.

The leather turned out to be the sole of a boot. The process used to tan the leather dates back to 1235, which was the teaser date in the preview from last week.

However, the leather probably comes from much later, perhaps from the 1500s which could mean it was from the depositor time frame.

oak Island, Money Pit, Mahone BayMost of the episode showed hammer grabs from the 2nd and 3rd cans. They did not pull up too much wood, but what was pulled up seemed to be very old.

Oak Island, Money Pit, National Geographic, Curse of Oak IslandOne interesting find was a wooden peg which may have held some beams together in the original construction of the Money Pit.

Curse of Oak Island, Mahone Bay, Nova ScotiaThe metal detecting didn’t help much this week as mainly they just found mud, rocks and wood pieces.

oak island, curse of oak lsland, satellite, money pitThe preview for next week showed them pulling more wood from the 3rd can. They also found something very old and there was talk about finding the Money Pit. The explanation of this will be interesting next week.


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