I’m Addicted to a Reality Show About Two Guys From Michigan Looking For Buried Treasure in Nova Scotia
"The Curse of Oak Island" is a reality TV show on the History Channel and I'm addicted to it. (I know they re-named it simply "History" - but it doesn't sound or look right to me)
"The Curse of Oak Island" is a show about two brothers, Marty and Rick Lagina, from Kingsford, Michigan (in 'da U.P.- near Iron Mountain) who read an article, when they were kids, about an island off Nova Scotia where there was rumored to be buried treasure. Fifty years later, they own most of the island and they're getting close to finding out if there's something actually buried 200 feet beneath the island.
I was on the fence about anything really being down there until the last couple of episodes last season and the first one of this season. Some people claim that the Holy Grail or the Ark of the Covenant was brought from Europe and buried there by the Knights Templar in the 1300s. I don't believe it's the Holy Grail down there, but I think SOMEBODY put SOMETHING down there.
What do you think?
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