Michigan’s Own Lagina Brothers Start Another Season Of Their TV Show
One of my favorite reality TV shows is "The Curse of Oak Island" on the History Channel. Tonight marks the premiere of it's fourth season.
If you've never watched it, this is the story of two northern Michigan brothers - Rick and Marty Lagina, and their quest to find whatever is buried at the bottom of the Money Pit, on Oak Island, just off the coast of Nova Scotia. For 200 years, people have been trying to get to the bottom of the Money Pit to uncover what they all believed was an incredible treasure, protected by an elaborate system set up to prevent just that. Some experts contend that at the bottom is pirate treasure while others believe it's the Holy Grail or other items of religious importance. So far, six people have lost their lives looking for the treasure and legend has it that one more life will be taken before the treasure is found - hence, the Curse of Oak Island.
Have to admit though, I'm getting a little antsy waiting to find out what's down there, now. Chop, chop, Rick and Marty.
The Curse of Oak Island premieres tonight at 9PM. Followed by "Hunting Hitler" at 10PM. My OTHER favorite reality show.
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