'The Curse Of Oak Island' Season 7 Episode 15 Preview: Evidence points to a ship buried in swamp centuries ago

When 'The Curse Of Oak Island' returns after a week of delay, Episodes 14 and 15 will be merged


                            'The Curse Of Oak Island' Season 7 Episode 15 Preview: Evidence points to a ship buried in swamp centuries ago
Rick Lagina, Doug Crowell and Laird Niven (IMDb)

'The Curse Of Oak Island' is returning after a week of delay. And, it seems Episodes 14 and 15 will be merged. In Episode 13 'Bromancing The Stones', the determined Lagina brothers and their team did their best to salvage the damage that Hurricane Dorian had left behind.

They had to drain the swamp once again, and they came across the peculiar rock formations. Moreover, they've been struggling to figure out the location of the mysterious 90-Foot Stone, which they were certain was buried at the Dartmouth Heritage Museum. Apparently, the stone has inscriptions that point to the direction of the Money Pit.

The synopsis of Episode 15 reads, “Hard evidence suggests that Fred Nolan's theory that a ship was buried in the swamp centuries ago, maybe true." Fred Nolan had earlier suggested that the swamp was made to conceal the treasures below in a sunken ship. Just a refresher: At the end of Season 6, the team had discovered an anomaly on the floor of the swamp and it's the size of a ship. After extensive data analysis, the team is certain that it is a ship.

This isn't the only development. The promo of Episode 15 revealed a discovery at Lot 16. In the preview, David Blankenship, Gary Drayton and the Lagina brothers found two coins through the metal detector. They claim that the coins are English as they have King Charles II's face.

The word 'Carolus' was inscribed, which means Charles in Latin. One of the coins bore the date 1673 while another one read 1694. This seems to cement their theory that French activity began a century before the Money Pit was discovered. Could pirates have been on this island?

'The Curse Of Oak Island' airs on Tuesdays at 9 pm on History Channel.

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