Aug 29, 2010 Oak Island

Oak Island

Treasure hunters have flocked to Nova Scotia for more than 200 years. They all have the same obsession: to find pirate treasure they believe is buried on Oak Island. So far none has been unearthed. But that hasn't stopped the search by Dan Blankenship. Nor has is stopped engineering students trying to crack the Oak Island "booby trap"

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