'The Curse Of Oak Island' Season 8 Episode 6: Is the stove piece from a 17th-century ship or just a piece of junk?
For a long time now, the team has been considering the possibility of a burnt ship being sunk into the swamp
Exciting things are happening in 'The Curse Of Oak Island'. The Laginas and their team just discovered a part of a 'potbelly stove', that could have been in a ship from the 1700s. For the lovers of this show, it's well known that for a long time now, the team has been considering the possibility of a burnt ship being sunk into the swamp. The swamp continues churning out mysteries and treasure hunters have been trying to unravel its riddles for over years now. Their seismic scans show some strange anomaly and currently, the belief is: Could a Spanish galleon filled with treasure lie at the bottom of the swamp? Who knows?
Well, fans are not buying it. "PROBABLY JUST THE TOP OF A WAFFLE IRON," a fan wrote. As you can see, they're not entirely convinced. "#curseofoakisland #oakislandcursers Hold the presses...we have a ships stove," a fan tweeted. Of course, they ended up at blacksmith Carmen Legge who said that their theory was true. "bet there's a producer who can tell us they walked in on Carmen Legge making small iron crosses and axe heads, and trying to hide them when they walked in... #OakIslandCursers #CurseOfOakIsland," one tweeted.
"Gary Drayton finds another rusty piece of junk. Let’s waste another 15 minutes," one wrote. Some fans just think that Carmen himself would have made it. ""Well, I would say that's the bottom part of a pot belly stove" ... that I made... #OakIslandCursers #CurseOfOakIsland," one wrote. Others called it a Viking bed-and-breakfast spot. "Little known fact, the first business on Oak Island was a bed and breakfast run by a sweet Viking couple who shared a love of axe throwing," a fan wrote.
#curseofoakisland— Fabiojr Rich (@mainmanjr) December 16, 2020
Gary Drayton finds another rusty piece of junk.
Let’s waste another 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, the Laginas are still pondering over Zena Halpern's treasure map, as cartographer Erin Helton has some new theories about it. She is sure that there are strategically placed boulders that point to the Money Pit. "Watching my fav show #CurseOfOakIsland. When the cartographer chick was on-how come she didn’t address the anchor boulders they pinpointed w/GPS to the cm? You’d think she’d led off w/that find/confirmation? I put more weight in her vs 3 paintings glued together w/a menorah," a fan wrote.
'The Curse Of Oak Island' airs on Tuesdays at 9 pm on History.