'The Curse Of Oak Island' Season 8 Episode 7 Spoilers: Is the team chasing shadows by probing road under the sea?
The swamp is a goldmine of answers as well as mysteries and treasure hunters have been trying to unravel its riddles for over years now
It's time for another exciting episode of 'The Curse Of Oak Island'. For the ones who have been watching the show intently for years now, they know that for a long time now, the team has been considering the possibility of a burnt ship being sunk into the swamp. The swamp is a goldmine of answers as well as 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 that a Spanish galleon laden with treasure lies at the bottom of the swamp. There is much hope. The Laginas and their team are racking their brains with the numerous experts they're bringing in and are struggling to solve the numerous mysteries the island keeps presenting before them. They also are trying to figure out Zena Halpern's map, which shows the presence of several boulders, that could just lead the way to the Money Pit.
It's Episode 7 now, and the team has just discovered the roadway under the sea....could seafarers have used this to unload treasure? What does it all mean? Just in the previous episode, they found a potbelly stove piece, which they're sure belongs to the ship. The theories have got wilder this year, with the discovery of the ox foot and the Chinese coin.
Last season, their fellow historians had told them that there was a geometric figure in Nicolas Poussin's paintings, which could lead to the buried treasure. Is it real, or are they just chasing shadows? In Episode 4, the team found a "perfect line" that starts from Jerusalem, leads through Versailles and ends at Oak Island. They're sure that the Knights Templar dug up Solomon's treasure that consisted of Menorah, that might have been taken to North America for safekeeping. The Menorah could have been buried at Oak Island.
In Episode 5, they are more convinced, as Erin Helton decides to interpret the ancient Zena Halpern's map, which again discusses "strategically" placed boulders, that *might* point to the Money Pit. There have been so many theories regarding Oak Island, that going by all of them, there are around 12 treasures buried there.
'The Curse Of Oak Island' airs on Tuesdays at 9 pm on History.