I've finally gotten around to adding a general page for Oak Island and creating a few new pages to cover the latest baloney-filled salvos about the "evidence" for an ancient Roman visit to Nova Scotia. In addition to the sword (which has now been shown to be a modern brass sword probably created to sell to tourists), we've been treated to stories about Roman crossbow bolts embedded in a 1000-year-old tree and a "symbology" stone that, when you look at it in the correct orientation, actually just says "HAROLD."
I've added a page for the image of the supposed "Babylonian cellphone" that has been making its way around the internet. According to an article in the Huffington Post, it is actually a sculpture created by German artist Karl Weingärtner in 2012.
I've added a page for the "Roman Sword" from Nova Scotia that has received a lot of attention over the last few days. J. Hutton Pulitzer is the advocate for the sword, stating that it is a "100 percent confirmed" Roman artifact found in a Roman shipwreck near Oak Island. There is surely more to come on this story, so stay tuned!