Season 10 of The Curse of Oak Island is off to a good start.
After a two hour season premier it is now time for the weekly one hour shows about what was discovered during the season.
This week part of the team went to England to look at a mysterious cave in Royston, England. There are connections between the cave and the Knights Templar. The cave dates to at least Medevial times.
There are many carvings on the walls of the cave and it is believed to be a Templar initiation chamber.
Of course many possible connections to Oak Island were discussed, including images similar to the lead cross.
They also continue to drill bore holes in the Money Pit area looking for shafts and tunnels. They are currently following a tunnel toward the Garden shaft. They have been finding interesting pieces of wood in unexpected places.
Of course they continue to test water in the bore holes for gold.
They also talked a little more about the battles of the British and French fleets in the mid 1700s and documents that were found in the archives in England. These battles led to the expulsion of the Acadians and could also be connected to Oak Island. It was shortly after this time that some of my ancestors moved to Nova Scotia so this is interesting to me. See: They Lived Near: Oak Island
They also did some more metal detecting and found an interesting piece of jewelry. The item was discussed but it has not yet been cleaned and analyzed. It will be interesting to see what it is, and how old it is.
In the preview of the next episode they showed another metal detecting find and also some mysterious bubbles in the Garden shaft. It looks like they will be excavating the Garden shaft soon so it might be an exciting episode.