The Mystery of Oak Island with Leonard Nimoy

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The Mystery of Oak Island with Leonard Nimoy

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 02-17-2017 12:12 AM

"In Search Of" video

The Money Pit Mystery - Season 3, Episode 64 with it's great host Leonard Nimoy at Oak Island :!: :shock:

:mrgreen: My e-mail friend Lionel Fanthorpe has told this chilling, fruitless mystery on Coast to Coast AM hosted by his close friend George Noory. :wink:

I'd never seen this recreation about Oak Island's many treasure seekers. It is extremely well done and I think "In Search Of" must have been on TV in the late 70's or early 80's. It's only 22 minutes long. If you don't remember this show like I did I hope everyone likes it! :D

After the half way point several of the voices echo badly then the voices will be normal again. Then some will echo again! :?



I did search FF for the two words "Oak Island" and 168 pages with just "island" in each post came up. Truthfully I did not look at all 168 pages. :lol:



Here is a bonus Oak Island Mystery video with great sound. Cardiff, Wales UK citizen Lionel Fanthorpe speaks inside the first 2 minutes. 8)

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Re: The Mystery of Oak Island with Leonard Nimoy

Post by Cherry Kelly » 02-24-2017 12:57 PM

They have found some 'ancient' items over time. Hubby has been watching the show for a few years and I was as well on some repeats - like ancient wood from what was believed to have broken off an older ship.

Discoveries made of old and unusual does help bring up history. Over the years other places have been discovered across the USA which have also been interesting. I wish they'd put some of those shows back up as well.

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Re: The Mystery of (an) Oak (tree)

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 12-31-2017 06:41 PM

Cherry Kelly wrote on 2/25/17: "Discoveries made of old and unusual does help bring up history. Over the years other places have been discovered across the USA which have also been interesting. I wish they'd put some of those shows back up as well."

Mystery of (an) Oak (tree) :!:

This brief note, I hope, is kind'a on topic with Cherry's last paragraph above. Our family was once a share holder in a 785 acre Wabash River bottom lands farm containing a 11,500 year old glacial skipped 2.5 mile long and 1 mile wide island at that time. An island that became a range of 250' tall hills. We owned the NW 85 acres of that stranded outcropping named Upper Hills.

Now I'll go straight to "Mystery of (an) Oak (tree)" which takes us to the banks of the Wabash River at the start of the first "direct northern turn" becoming Horseshoe Bend. You can easily find that turn on any map of Indiana or Illinois. :wink:

After we sold the farm acreage a friend of mine and I took his 16 foot Jon Boat out on the Wabash River for some fishing. We went .5 mile past the Big Bayou which was once the start of our river bank frontage of 1.5 miles. Fishing on the Illinois side we caught a few Channel Catfish. :D

Then I said let's go back "up" river to stop at the bayou's mouth and fish in what I knew was a deeper spot. When we arrived my jaw dropped :o with what we saw on the Indiana side! It was a nearly petrified (red or black) oak tree with it's many surviving 4 - 6 foot long pointed limb tips being 60% intact! All together this natural history archaeological find was 35 feet long and 12 feet wide coming "straight out" of the orange clay 7 feet below the top of the river's embankment! :shock:

We slowly motored the Jon Boat underneath it for a grand close up view and quick touch of the grey, brittle, wood with a stone-like texture to it! Amazingly there were 5 or 6 ancient 11,500 year old shorter logs without limbs exposed too! 8)

We tried fishing again but I could not keep my eyes off that "Mystery Oak"! All while I wondered how that "glacial till" covered it in such a way with say, 200 or 300 feet of a mega bull dozed, soft combination of melting ice water, mud, wood and muck. That removed the oxygen to preserve it the way it was left 11,500 years ago when our local glacier began receeding :!: Heck! At that time the Pyramids of Giza were still someone's remote fantasy! :idea:

That lone oak mystery was not so brief :oops: but as fantastic as that sight was I thought I'd found a good spot here to tell it. Come to find out later, I learned all the "River Rats" down there knew that glacier buried wood had been exposed regularly for many, many years. There's never been a word about that fact of nature's ancient miracle in any area newspaper, radio or TV news that I ever heard. :confused:

In closing, it's common knowledge to area underground and strip mine coal diggings that trees and fossilized critters, like "Tribolite" crustaceans so well preserved, are frequently found down to 600' or even deeper! :shock: 8)

Happy New Year 2018 all and it's still nearly 5 and a half hours away in the Midwest! :drinkingc :peace:


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