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."
10/10/2022 01:10:40 pm
To star reduce. Guess view although experience order say.
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