For over two centuries, teams of searchers, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, have attempted to crack the code that will unearth the treasure believed to be buried on the small island off the coast of Nova Scotia. Armed with the knowledge of those that came before them, the muscle of heavy machinery and decades of engineering know-how, brothers Rick and Marty Lagina and their partners may be closer than anyone in history to finding the treasure that has so far claimed the lives of six men.
The Lagina brothers and their team make what could be the most important discovery in the history of Oak Island.Watch Now:Amazon
Peril strikes during a risky dive as brothers Rick and Marty Lagina double down on their efforts to locate the original Money Pit with the most ambitious engineering operation in Oak Island history. The fellowship of the dig is faced with a tragic loss of one of their own.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
It’s the end of drilling season on Oak Island and after a year that saw the fellowship make a number of groundbreaking discoveries in their quest to solve a 225-year-old treasure mystery, the team is determined not to leave the island without making at least one more historic breakthrough.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
While the discovery of a possible slipway in the swamp reinforces the team's eagerness to excavate further, the fellowship is shocked when they learn Zena's map may have been pointing to the elusive Treasure Vault the entire time.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
New evidence uncovered at Smith's Cove brings the fellowship closer to deciphering the purpose of the mysterious "u" shaped structure and a previously undiscovered formation may lead them to the island's elusive, legendary flood tunnels.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The team may be closer than ever to shutting down the flood tunnels when they discover large amounts of coconut fiber in the uplands. And a compelling new theory suggests the original trio that discovered the Money Pit in 1795 did not come upon it accidentally.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
New evidence confirms a European presence on Oak Island 100 years before the discovery of the Money Pit, while new research suggests a clear pathway from the Knights Templar to Oak Island.Watch Now:iTunes