Oak Island – Nothing New

Season 10 of The Curse of Oak Island continues to show new discoveries and theories.

However, this week on Oak Island there was nothing new as they did not air a new episode.

They did re-show some previous episodes to keep the fans interested and get them excited for the next episode that will air next week.

Curse of Oak Island, History Channel, Did they find anything?Of course, one thing to remember is that the dig season is already over. They have taken the time to determine how to present things each week to build suspense and keep viewers tuned in.

oak Island, Money Pit, Mahone Bay

I have a very busy week and am having horrible commutes a good week to skip airing a new episode. A retaining wall collapse on my commute route is doubling my time to drive home.

Oak Island, Knights Templar, Britain, Simon BrightonI decided to do a bit of research on the Knights Templar tonight, as I am sure they will mention more about them soon. I found a good book at the library book sale. In Search of the Knights Templar; A Guide to the Sites of Britain by Simon Brighton is a good reference book. It is full of interesting pictures of Templar sites in Britain. I includes pictures of the cave in Royston, England that was looked at in a previous episode. See: Oak Island – A Cave in England

Curse of Oak Island, Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia

Last week in the preview of the next episode they showed them starting to excavate the quadrilateral.  They mentioned a layer of clay that should not have been where it was found, but not the exact location. Perhaps it was underneath the quadrilateral. They showed the finding of an object and later something, possibly the object, was identified as being Portuguese from perhaps the 15th or the 16th century.

oak island, curse of oak lsland, satellite, money pitThe next episode will be A Quadrilateral Move and will air next week.

What will they find under the quadrilateral. The description of the episode hints at something special.


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