All that is gold, doesn’t sparkle — that is the foundation of the History Channel show ‘The Curse Of Oak Island.’ What’s more, we are slanted to accept that, in the wake of watching the group burrow through interminable mud, wood, and more passages.
They’ve unearthed abundant measures of proof that there was a great deal of human movement on the island, and they spent the finale attempting to follow everything to the various timetables.
The feature was when Marty Lagina rediscovered his coin that he had dropped into a borehole, two years prior.
It was ten feet from where he had dropped it, and this powers his conviction that the fortune lying underneath the ground has been moved around, much the same as the coin.
As the group says, there is something on that island worth seeking after, and nothing will shake the conviction. They won’t leave the island till they make their recorded forward leap.
There has been no official affirmation for Season 8 of ‘The Curse Of Oak Island,’; however, there were telling insights on the show that they would come back to the island. The show has been airing each November for as far back as six years. Be that as it may, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the eighth season may be pushed to 2021. The show pretense on History Channel.
The pith of the show would likely be the equivalent: the chase for the slippery fortune. This time, the Lagina brothers and their group may give various locales a shot the island, lastly get to the base of the bog riddle.
For as far back as six years, Michigan brothers Rick and Marty Lagina have been leading hunt procedures on Oak Island with their colleagues,
which incorporate the ever-dependable Gary Drayton, Alex Lagina, Scott Barlowe, Jack Bagel and Billy Gerhardt. At whatever point they discovered significant pieces of information or relics, they generally counseled smithy Carmen Legge.