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The Oak Island money pit: how it works

Have you ever spied on Sasquatch or ogled Ogopogo? Do you ponder the buried treasure on Oak Island or sob over suicidal lemmings? You're not alone. Canada is full of stories about elusive monsters, legendary loot, mystical creatures and contemporary lore. Join CBC Archives as we take a trip across this land of legends.

Ingenious flood tunnels keep diggers from getting at the island's prize.
Medium: Television
Program: The Fifth Estate
Broadcast Date: Dec. 23, 1980
Reporter: Eric Malling
Duration: 1:22

Last updated: July 16, 2013

Page consulted on December 6, 2013

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