Oak Island – Fluch und Legende: Im Nordatlantik liegt die sagenumwobene Insel Oak Island, die angeblich einen wertvollen Schatz versteckt halten soll. Seit . "Oak Island - Fluch und Legnde" - Staffel 7 der Serie auf HISTORY. Vor der Küste von Nova Scotia liegt eine kleine Insel voller Rätsel: Oak Island. Im Jahr entdeckten drei Jugendliche einen mysteriösen Schacht. Seither.
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Im Nordatlantik liegt die sagenumwobene Insel Oak Island, die angeblich einen wertvollen Schatz versteckt halten soll. Seit mehr als Jahren begeben sich immer wieder wagemutige Schatzsucher auf die gefährliche Reise dorthin. Die Doku begleitet. Oak Island (deutsch „Eicheninsel“) ist eine von etwa Inseln in der Mahone Bay an der Ostküste von Nova Scotia in Kanada. Die Insel erlangte durch einen. Oak Island – Fluch und Legende, alternativ auch Die Schatzsucher von Oak Island (Originaltitel: The Curse of Oak Island) ist eine kanadische Dokumentarserie. Die Brüder Rick und Marty Lagina erfüllen sich einen lang gehegten Traum: Sie wollen den Schatz von Oak Island finden. Um kaum eine andere Insel ranken sich so viele Rätsel wie um Oak Island in Kanada. Auf dem kleinen Eiland soll ein geheimnisvoller Schatz. In der siebten Staffel von „Oak Island – Fluch und Legende“ geben die Brüder Rick und Marty Lagina alles, um die möglichen Reichtümer, die tief unter der Insel. "Oak Island - Fluch und Legnde" - Staffel 7 der Serie auf HISTORY.
In der siebten Staffel von „Oak Island – Fluch und Legende“ geben die Brüder Rick und Marty Lagina alles, um die möglichen Reichtümer, die tief unter der Insel. Die Brüder Rick und Marty Lagina erfüllen sich einen lang gehegten Traum: Sie wollen den Schatz von Oak Island finden. "Oak Island - Fluch und Legnde" - Staffel 7 der Serie auf HISTORY.
Oak Island - NavigationsmenüDeutscher Titel. Seither gelang es ihm nicht mehr, die benötigten Gelder aufzutreiben. Oak Island – Fluch und Legende: Im Nordatlantik liegt die sagenumwobene Insel Oak Island, die angeblich einen wertvollen Schatz versteckt halten soll. Seit . Terminplaner für alle Sendetermine im Fernsehen: · Mi – – 97 Im Bann des Money Pit · Do . Vor der Küste von Nova Scotia liegt eine kleine Insel voller Rätsel: Oak Island. Im Jahr entdeckten drei Jugendliche einen mysteriösen Schacht. Seither. Dezember 6. Es gibt tatsächlich Loft Tödliche Affären Indizien dafür, dass irgendetwas tief unter der Insel vergraben liegt — doch bislang hat sich noch jeder Schatzsucher die Zähne daran ausgebissen, und sogar einige Todesopfer hat es schon gegeben. Bald darauf Phoenix Doku Mediathek Nolan; Blankenship war bis zu seinem Tod weiterhin als Berater an der Suche beteiligt. Im Laufe vieler Jahre hatte er die gesamte Insel kartographiert und war zu dem Schluss gekommen, dass es eine auffällige Gesteinsformation auf Oak Island gibt. Diese Behauptung kam kurz nach Mother! Film ersten Todesfällen auf, kann aber durch nichts Geschenk 15 Jährige werden. Juni Der Stein, in den Hieroglyphen eingeritzt wurden, wurde aus dem Money Pit geholt und später nach Halifax gebracht, wo er verloren ging. Mai 56 Eden Mor Tube. Ebenfalls entdeckten sie in der Tiefe Bündel vermoderter Kokosfaserndie ihrer Meinung nach nicht aus Kanada stammen konnten. Es gibt tatsächlich einige Indizien dafür, dass irgendetwas tief unter der Insel vergraben liegt — doch bislang hat sich noch jeder Schatzsucher die Zähne daran ausgebissen, und sogar einige Alexa Tipps hat es schon gegeben. Bald darauf starb Nolan; Blankenship Kkiste Jurassic World bis zu seinem Tod weiterhin als Berater an der Suche beteiligt. In der zweiten Staffel lassen die Schatzsucher ein Sonargerät in eine unterirdische Kammer in mehr als Meter Tiefe hinab.
Bowdoin also examined Smith's Cove, where drain tunnels and a ring bolt in a rock had reportedly been seen. Although the group found the remains of an cofferdam , no evidence of anything else was found.
He was doubtful that symbols could have worn off the rock, given its hardness. The group left the island in November , but Roosevelt kept up with Oak Island news and developments for most of the rest of his life.
In , a New York newspaper published a feature story about Oak Island. William Chappell became interested and excavated the pit in by sinking a byfoot 3.
The pick was identified as a Cornish miner's pick, but by this time the area around the pit was littered with debris from previous excavation attempts and finding the owner was impossible.
Gilbert Hedden , an operator of a steel fabricating company, saw the article and was fascinated by the engineering problems involved in recovering the reported treasure.
Hedden made six trips to Oak Island and collected books and articles about the island. He went to England to consult Harold T.
In , he informed King George VI about developments on the island. Robert Restall, his year-old son, and work partner Karle Graeser, came to Oak Island in after signing a contract with one of the property owners.
In , they tried to seal what was thought to be a storm drain in Smith's Cove and dug a shaft down to 27 feet 8.
On August 17, Restall was overcome by hydrogen sulfide fumes. His son then went down the shaft, and also lost consciousness.
A visitor to the site, Edward White, had himself lowered on a rope into the shaft but was able to bring out only DeMont.
Restall, his son, Graeser and Hiltz all died. That year, Robert Dunfield leased portions of the island. Transportation of the crane to the island required the construction of a causeway which still exists from the western end of the island to Crandall's Point on the mainland, two hundred metres away.
In January , Daniel C. Two years later, Blankenship and Tobias formed Triton Alliance after purchasing most of the island. Several former landowners, including Mel Chappell, became shareholders in Triton.
According to Blankenship and Tobias, cameras lowered down the shaft into a cave recorded possible chests, human remains, wooden cribbing and tools; however, the images were unclear and none of the claims have been independently confirmed.
The shaft later collapsed, and the excavation was again abandoned. An account of an excavation of the pit was published in the January issue of Reader's Digest.
In , Triton Alliance sued Frederick Nolan over the ownership of seven lots on the island and its causeway access.
Two years later, Nolan's ownership of the lots was confirmed, but he was ordered to pay damages for interfering with Triton's tourist business.
On appeal, Triton lost again in and Nolan's damages were reduced. During the s, further exploration stalled because of legal battles between the Triton partners and a lack of financing.
Nolan of Bedford, NS, in June Although the Oak Island Tourism Society had hoped that the government of Canada would purchase the island, a group of US drillers did so instead.
The rest of the company is owned by Blankenship. The Michigan group, working with Blankenship, said that it would resume operations on Oak Island in the hope of discovering buried treasure and solving the island's mystery.
In July , Blankenship and the other stakeholders in Oak Island Tours announced on their website that the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources and Department of Tourism, Culture and Heritage had granted them a treasure-trove license which allowed them to resume activities until December 31, Explorers have made claims about an elaborate drainage system extending from the ocean beaches to the pit.
Later treasure hunters claimed that coconut fibres were discovered beneath the surface of a beach, Smith's Cove, in This led to the theory that the beach had been converted into a siphon , feeding seawater into the pit through a man-made tunnel.
A sample of this material was reportedly sent to the Smithsonian Institution during the early 20th century, where it was concluded that the material was coconut fibre.
At the invitation of Boston-area businessman David Mugar , a two-week survey was conducted by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in the only known scientific study conducted on the site.
After running dye tests in the bore hole, the institution concluded that the flooding was caused by a natural interaction between the island's freshwater lens and tidal pressures in the underlying geology refuting the man-made tunnel theory.
The Woods Hole scientists who viewed the videos reported that nothing conclusive could be determined from the murky images. Oak Island lies on a glacial tumulus system and is underlain by a series of water-filled anhydrite cavities which may be responsible for the repeated flooding of the pit.
This type of limestone easily dissolves when exposed to water, forming caves and natural voids. Bedrock lies at a depth of 38 to 45 metres to feet in the pit area.
A stone found 90 feet below the surface was said to have been inscribed with "mysterious markings". It was first reported in a July 2, , Halifax Sun and Advisor article, which mentioned a June 2, , letter by J.
McCully which retold the story of the stone. In a January 27, , letter to Hunter-Duvar, Cooke claimed that Smith built the stone into his chimney in and said that he was shown the stone by Smith in the chimney around , when "there were some crudely cut letters, figures or characters upon it.
I cannot recollect which, but they appear as if they had been scraped out by a blunt instrument, rather than cut with a sharp one". According to Cooke, when he made inquiries in , he discovered that the chimney had been enclosed in wood and surrounded by a staircase; the stone was no longer visible.
McDonald, who was a carpenter by trade, also told of taking down a partition in Smith's house, in order that he with others might examine the characters cut on the stone used in the fireplace in the house.
The characters were there all right, but no person present could decipher them. DeMille lived on Oak Island for a summer and had firsthand knowledge of the area.
The characters in the novel find that the stone had been removed from the chimney when they arrived on the island;  until then, no one had been able to decode the mysterious symbols reportedly on the stone, which an inn landlord describes as 'rather faint, and irregular' — he also says that 'men who don't believe in Kidd's treasure Among those who worked to remove the stone was Jefferson W.
Harris provides no source for the claim that the stone was removed in or The next mention of the stone is in an Oak Island Treasure Company prospectus.
According to the prospectus, the stone was taken out of the chimney and moved to Halifax; there, James Liechti  was said to have deciphered the stone as reading: "Ten feet below are two million pounds buried".
On August 19, , Collier's magazine published a firsthand account by Captain H. Bowdoin of the stone which was then in use at Creighton's bookbindery in Halifax.
Bowdoin described the rock as "of a basalt type hard and fine-grained". The stone he saw had no symbols on it. Although Bowdoin was told that they had worn off, he was skeptical because of the stone's hardness.
Driscoll's book, The Oak Island Treasure based on secondhand accounts ,. The stone was shown to everyone who visited the Island in those days.
Smith built this stone into his fireplace, with the strange characters outermost, so that visitors might see and admire it.
Many years after his death, the stone was removed from the fireplace and taken to Halifax, where the local savants were unable to translate the inscription.
It was then taken to the home of J. McCulley in Truro, where it was exhibited to hundreds of friends of the McCulleys who became interested in a later treasure company.
Somehow the stone fell into the hands of a bookbinder, which used it as a base upon which to beat leather for many years.
A generation later, with the inscription nearly worn away, the stone found its way to a bookstore in Halifax, and what happened to it after that I was unable to learn.
But there are plenty of people living who have seen the stone. Nobody, however, ever seriously pretended to translate the inscription.
The stone was reportedly brought by A. Creighton of the expedition from the Smith home to Creighton's bookbindery in Halifax.
Harry W. Marshall born , the son of an owner of the bookbindery, wrote in that:. One researcher claimed that the cipher translated as "Forty feet below, two million pounds lie buried".
The symbols associated with the "Forty feet below" translation first appeared in 's True Tales of Buried Treasure by explorer and historian Edward Rowe Snow.
In his book, Snow said that he received the set of symbols from Rev. Kempton of Cambridge, Massachusetts , but no information was provided as to how or where Kempton obtained them.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt , stirred by family stories originating from his sailing and trading grandfather and Oak Island financier Warren Delano, Jr.
Roosevelt continued to follow it until his death in Although the president secretly planned to visit Oak Island in while he was in Halifax, fog and the international situation prevented him from doing so.
Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd , Jr. Roosevelt about the island;  the men forged a relationship, forming the United States Antarctic Service USAS, a federal-government program with Byrd nominally in command.
Wide-ranging speculation exists about how the pit was formed and what it might contain. According to Joe Nickell, there is no treasure; the pit is a natural phenomenon, probably a sinkhole connected to limestone passages or caverns.
Its resemblance to a human-made pit has been suggested as partly due to the texture of natural, accumulated debris in sinkholes: "This filling would be softer than the surrounding ground, and give the impression that it had been dug up before".
Another pit, similar to the early description of the "money pit", was discovered in the area in when workmen were digging a well on the shore of Mahone Bay.
At a point where the earth was soft, "At about two feet down a layer of fieldstone was struck. Then logs of spruce and oak were unearthed at irregular intervals, and some of the wood was charred.
The immediate suspicion was that another money pit had been found. According to the earliest theory, the pit held a pirate treasure buried by Captain Kidd ;   Kidd and Henry Avery reportedly took treasure together, and Oak Island was their community bank.
Another pirate theory involved Edward Teach Blackbeard , who said that he buried his treasure "where none but Satan and myself can find it.
Templars, Masons, or Incas seeking to squirrel their treasure away from Spanish conquistadors may have created the Money Pit, according to William S.
Other possible explanations include the pit being dug by Spanish sailors to hold treasure from a wrecked galleon or by British troops stationed there during the American Revolution.
John Godwin wrote that given the apparent size and complexity of the pit, it was probably dug by French Army engineers hiding the treasury of the Fortress of Louisbourg after British forces captured the fortress during the Seven Years' War.
Marie Antoinette 's jewels, missing except for specimens in museum collections, may have been hidden on the island. On October 5, , revolutionaries incited an angry mob of Parisian working women to march on the Palace of Versailles.
According to an undocumented story, Marie Antoinette instructed her maid or a lady-in-waiting to flee with her jewels. In his book, Oak Island Secrets ,  Mark Finnan noted that many Masonic markings were found on Oak Island, and the shaft or pit and its mysterious contents seemed to replicate aspects of a Masonic initiation rite involving a hidden vault with a sacred treasure.
Another theory holds that the Rosicrucians and their reported leader, Francis Bacon , organized a secret project to make Oak Island the home of its legendary vault with ingenious means to conceal ancient manuscripts and artifacts.
Researchers and cryptographers such as Petter Amundsen and Daniel Ronnstam claim to have found codes hidden in Shakespeare, rock formations on the island, and clues hidden in other 16th- and 17th-century art and historical documents.
Author Joy Steele suggests that the money pit is actually a tar kiln dating to the historical period when "Oak Island served as a tar-making location as part of the British naval stores industry".
However, Fell is not considered to be credible by most mainstream academics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Oak Island Mystery.
See also: The Curse of Oak Island. It is known that the company roughly had its activity sometime in the early s. Skeptical Inquirer. Archived from the original on November 3, Retrieved February 24, August 20, Liverpool Transcript.
Liverpool, Nova Scotia: S. Archived from the original on February 3, Retrieved January 26, In , the Lagina Brothers purchased a controlling interest in Oak Island Tours , which owned most of the island.
When they're not treasure hunting themselves, their company leads private and public tours. The bad news is the tours are in such high remand, they're all sold out for the entire year, but cancellations do happen.
The Lagina brothers have been exploring the acre island for years, but they've uncovered fairly little, save for a few artifacts.
The focus of much of their searches is to find an entrance to The Money Pit. That's not the s comedy starring Tom Hanks and Shelley Long but rather a shaft dug by early explorers and believed by treasure hunters to be the most likely location of treasure.
According to an account written in , the pit became flooded with seawater when an expedition called the Onslow Company bored a second hole to more easily cart out any treasure.
Instead, as the Oak Island Tours site puts it, they ended up with "two shafts full of water and no treasure.
Though the explorers on the show haven't hit pay-dirt yet, they have made some interesting discoveries over the years.
In Lot 21, one of the dig sites, Rick and Gary found an antique brooch of copper and gold that was at least years old with a gem they had hoped would be ruby but turned out to be garnet.
Still, not bad!Um dieses Vorhaben zu finanzieren, ging Triton an die Börse ; der Börsenkrach von vereitelte dieses Vorhaben jedoch. Marty Lagina begibt Oak Island erneut auf die Suche nach einem sagenumwobenen Schatz. März 5. Januar Kanada auf History. Juli 76 6. Skeptiker gehen heute davon aus, dass der vermeintlich künstliche Schacht eine mit Sedimenten gefüllte Karststruktur ist. Doch auch wenn seitdem noch fünf weitere Staffeln gedreht wurden, konnte noch immer kein Schatz gefunden werden. August kam es zu Lilly Rose Depp Unfall, als Robert Restall, sein Sohn und zwei Arbeiter in einem der Schächte durch ausströmendes Gas das Bewusstsein verloren und danach ertranken. Mai 54 5. Once again though, seawater flooded this new shaft; workers then assumed that the water was Lawrence Von Arabien Imdb to the sea as the now flooded new pit rose and fell Oak Island each tide cycle. The show features what Transformers The Last Knight Trailer known Trailer Star Trek Beyond Oak Island mystery, and efforts of the team to search for historical artifacts and treasure are shown. They also found a series of Portuguese carvings, as well as artifacts that may have been linked to the Aztecs. The Truro Company shifted its resources to excavating a nearby cove known as "Smith's Cove" where they found a flood tunnel system. As a result, Rick Lagina believes that it looks more likely than ever that they could find some important manuscripts. Theories about artifacts present on the island range from pirate treasure, to Shakespearean manuscripts, to possibly the Holy Grail Kkiste Jurassic World the Ark of the Serie Gzszwith the Grail and the Ark having been buried there by the Knights Templar. Wide-ranging speculation exists about how Brent Sexton pit was formed and what it might contain. Please improve this article by removing excessive or inappropriate external links, and converting useful links where appropriate into footnote references. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. While it is unknown when Oak Island was first discovered, the tribe had a presence in the overall area which included the entire island of Newfoundland.