Big night for Michigan’s Lagina brothers on “Curse of Oak Island”
Tonight on "The Curse of Oak Island", on the History Channel, Michigan's Lagina brothers will find out more about the human bone they found, almost 200 feet underground, on Oak Island off the coast of Nova Scotia. I happen to be a "superfan" of the show, so I know and fans of the show (you should be, if you're not one already) know that this is HUGE news.
Somebody from Monsters and Critics sat down this week with Joe Lessard, from Prometheus Entertainment, the company that produces "Curse". The most interesting thing (IMO) to come out of that interview: asked about the possibility of finding evidence this season of a connection to the Knights Templar, Joe said, "All I’ll say is that I think people have a really good reason to keep watching!"
As discussed this morning on the radio - here's the website for Marty Lagina's Mari Vineyards and winery.
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