The next season of The Curse of Oak Island is sure to deliver some shocking revelations. In this episode, Rick Lagina makes an amazing discovery. He uncovers a link between the Knights Templar and Oak Island. This is a major find for Lagina, who has been living on the island for more than a decade.
Matty Blake hosts the curse of oak island season 9 episode 10
Matty Blake is a multi-talented entertainer and a host on the History Channel’s new series, “The Curse of Oak Island: Drilling Down.” The show’s premise is that a group of people has been given access to the island, a location with dark secrets, and the mysterious cryptids. This unique opportunity has given Blake a unique perspective on the island and its history. He joins us on The Rhode Show to give us a sneak peek of this special episode.
The new season of The Curse of Oak Island has returned with episode ten, “Drilling Down.” Its aim was to provide viewers with more insight into the mystery that unfolds on Oak Island. The premise of the series is based on a real-life treasure hunt on Oak Island, a small island off the coast of Nova Scotia. Over two hundred years ago, someone buried something secretly on the island. It was protected by booby-trapped vaults.
In this season, Matty Blake returns to Oak Island to visit the island and talk to some of the members of the film crew. He gets to know the challenges that go along with documenting such a treasure mystery. In addition, he gets to hear about some of the team’s new operations.
The curse of Oak Island is a supernatural force believed to have been unleashed by a mysterious 90-foot stone. No one knows what is buried on the island, and many wonder if retrieving the treasure will have consequences. While exploring the island’s history, Matty Blake gets an inside look at the people who worked on it and what secrets they hid.
Matty Blake talks to legend Dave Blankenship, who spent his life devoted to the treasure hunt on Oak Island. He also meets the people whose lives were changed by the 225-year-old mystery. He also catches up with Rick Lagina, who recounts his favorite moments from the show’s previous eight seasons. The episode is a special one. If you’re a fan of The Curse of Oak Island, don’t miss this episode.
The curse of Oak Island Season 9 Episode 10 focuses on two stories: a missing treasure of the Civil War and a treasure hunt involving the Lagina brothers. The Laginas help the treasure hunters search for billions of dollars in gold. The two teams are joined by Rick Lagina and Gary Drayton to find the missing treasure.
Rick Lagina’s discovery on Oak Island is amazing. He has spent more than a decade investigating the island and uncovers evidence of the Knights Templars’ connection to the island. He also uncovers evidence that they’ve been reading the map of Zena Halpern incorrectly.
The episode also introduces Rick Restall, who has visited the island only once since his father and brother died. He confirms that the toy gun is his and confirms that the money pit area will soon resume. While the plot is still unclear, it is a great way to explore the island’s history.
While the team continues to investigate the Money Pit, they come across evidence of a ship that may have been buried under the ground before the Money Pit. This new evidence will help them narrow down the suspects. In the meantime, they discover evidence that could prove Fred Nolan’s theory.
Drilling beneath bedrock at 169 ft
The team from Oak Island has decided to investigate a potential submerged shipwreck that could be in the area. They’ve consulted with experts and analyzed the position of the anomaly. A large hole was discovered and the team decided to drill into it. They also met with author Randall Sullivan, who was researching the island for his book. He discussed the possibility of finding Inca treasure, and the team returned to “the hatch” for further investigation.
Drilling beneath bedrock at 169 foot depth is not an easy task, but the team is not finished yet. As a result, the team finds some interesting finds. The team is able to locate an ancient wooden box and a brass piece. They also find a lead spoon handle, and Gary and Rick continue metal detecting. Gary is able to find a piece of brass.
In this episode of the Curse of Oak Island season 9, Matty Blake and his team investigate Oak Island’s history. In addition, they try to determine whether there’s any truth to the legends surrounding the island. The show also features accounts of a mysterious fireball that approached the island and vanished without a trace. A four-year-old girl also saw ghostly images of British soldiers. The crew also brings in a parapsychologist to conduct an investigation on the island.
The crew then drills at the fourth shaft in the hopes of finding the Chappel Vault. They also find clay and other materials. Later, the team returns to Borehole 10-X, where Dan Blankenship drilled it in the 1970s with the help of a video camera. Rick Lagina then announces that Lee Lamb would like to go back to the island.
The team identifies several other sites on the island, including Nolan’s Cross. They also discover a new site where they found pottery and a pipe stem. They plan to dig underneath the slipway and document the remains. The team also finds some iron and an old coin beneath a log. Steve Guptil then shows them the results of the digging process. The money pit is likely located in Shaft 6. The team also finds a large chunk of leather and chain link, which indicate that it’s most likely to be a tunnel. A bone is also found in the spoils.
The season continues tonight at 9pm on the History Channel. This season of the Curse of Oak Island will see the team use new technology to gain access to the Money Pit. The team will use sonic core drilling, strategic dives, and a historic big dig. They will also partner with Tom Nolan, the son of Fred Nolan. The new technology will allow the team to have unprecedented access to Oak Island.
The team also aims to discover the source of the lead in the swamp. This is done with the help of geochemist Tobias Skowronek at the German Mining Museum. His research allows him to find out where the mine was and when. By comparing the data to the database, he finds that the lead mine was located in southern France prior to the 1500s. This discovery leads the team to begin coring beneath bedrock at a new location and finds a small piece of metal.
As the season continues, the team continues to search for clues. As they search for the clues, they find a rope, coconut fibre, and a clump of concrete. The group also meets Dan Henskee, a former treasure hunter, and finds a mysterious black object caked in concrete.
As the crew works to find clues to the mystery surrounding Oak Island, they come across new evidence that points to a shipwreck in the area. The team also discovers evidence that a massive sailing ship might have been buried under the island. The new evidence helps them begin planning the largest and most ambitious dig of the series.
Despite the difficulty of communication, the team’s efforts continue to produce results. A few months later, the team returns to the war room for a debriefing. The team’s efforts are rewarded when they find a wooden wall filled with clay. The team is also given a surprise discovery: a Templar cross. The team is also introduced to Cort Lindahl’s “Appeal to Heaven” flag theory. The flag is carved into the rock on Oak Island, and it is believed to be connected to the Founding Fathers.