Oak Island Days 2008
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The Oak Island treasure pit is commonly known as one of Canada’s most infamous un-solved mystery, many Canadians are oblivious of its existence. There are many people involved in solving this treasure mystery, the internet has new different takes on who might have the right answers to this treasure mystery. But someone just might have the answer to Oak Island put away in there attic or garage. Canada is a vast place of endless heritage there is a good chance someone has some important Oak Island information unknowingly.
Replica of how the Oak Island Money pit stone would of looked. I am seeking information on this mysterious stone for authenticy for research porposes. I am just putting this out there but does anybody have family members-relatives, generation ancestor’s photo albums meaning old photographs from the 1920’s in Halifax N.S Canada. The mysterious money pit stone was placed in the front window at a book binding company called Creighton's book store, the stone was displayed around 1928 in Halifax' there must be photographs of this inscriptive stone out there hundred’s of people were believed to have viewed this mysterious inscriptive stone. If anyone has this photo information in there attic or garage or other potential Oak Island information, so take a look you might hold the key to solving this Oak Island treasure mystery, my personal research plea is' does anyone have family Oak Island stories of their own in relation to this 213 year old un-solved Oak Island treasure mystery; if so do tell.. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Contact information; on anyone with new Oak Island information including old news clippings, photographs, film reels, old post cards letters describing there experience visiting Oak Island before 1930 or old Oak Island treasure hunting journals/Documents tucked away this information can help me procure my Canadian Heritage research further.
Thank you for any help