Oak Island Off-Season

The off-season of The Curse of Oak Island has begun.

Last week was the season finale for season nine.

It will be interesting to see what plans they make during the off-season.

Curse of Oak Island, History Channel, Did they find anything?They are most likely starting to put their plans into action as the actual season begins. However, we will not find out about these plans until much later in the year when the next TV season begins.

The TV season doesn’t start till about the time the actual season ends, which gives them plenty of time to determine how to present the story throughout the year.

oak Island, Money Pit, Mahone Bay What will they find out from the results of the muon tomography? This is an interesting imaging technique and it looks like they will be able to get some good scans of what is going on under the surface.

The scans were to take months to complete, which means that the results wouldl not be available until near the start of the next season (which is about now).

How will they go forward once results are know? Will they dig more shafts?

Curse of Oak Island, Mahone Bay, Nova ScotiaWill they plan to do more research on the stone path they were following toward the money pit. Will they do more research on the stone road?

oak island, curse of oak lsland, satellite, money pitFor now we will not get weekly updates on the metal detecting. We will miss the optimism of the expert.

Will they get approvals to dig in the swamp again this year? Will they bring back an archaeology team and do some structured digs?

I have not seen an announcement of a new season, but it is very apparent that there will be one. In fact, they are probably already starting to do work on the island and also looking at the results of the muon tomography data collection.

Will we see some teasers before the next season starts? They will want to keep interest high, especially as the next season approaches.

Steven

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