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Episode 019 – ‘Oak Island Money Pit Part 2’ Produced by Scott Philbrook & Forrest Burgess, Ryan McCullough Sound Design Copyright Scott Philbrook & Forrest Burgess 2015, All Rights Reserved.
1) Map showing Mahone Bay region; 2) Map showing land parcel allotments on Oak Island; 3) Piece of parchment with the letters “Vi” or “Wi” written with quill pen in India ink, found in the drilling debris by Dr. A.E. Porter on September 6, 1897; 3) Turn of the century painted postcard showing digging operations at the Money Pit; 4) Photo c. 1909 showing members of The Old Gold Salvage and Wrecking Co. featuring a 27 year old Franklin D. Roosevelt smoking a pipe; 5) Diagram of the stone triangle “sextant” first discovered near the south shore of Oak Island by Captain Welling and Frederick Blair in 1897; 6) Robert K. Restall’s map plan of the Pit Area from 1964; 7) Photo taken by Joy Steele of an Oak Island cove in 1931; 8) Part of an engraved stone sometimes known as the “H stone,” found by Gilbert Hedden at Joudrey’s Cove in 1936; 9) Fictional pirate treasure map from the book, Captain Kidd and his Skeleton Island, by Harold T. Wilkins, c. 1937; 10) Diagram of the possible flood tunnel system from Smith’s Cove to the Money Pit; 11) Large stone with man-made drilled hole, possibly found by Frederick Blair in 1895 or Gilbert Hedden in 1937; 12) Oak Island cove; 13) c. 1940s photo showing a boy standing over remnants of one of the shaft operations, possibly from Edwin Hamilton’s operation; 14) Aerial view of the Money Pit workings; 15) Turn of the century steam-powered “clam digger”; 16) Stones that were possibly used by the original diggers for surveying or marking the treasure location and one showing the Masonic “G” symbol, found by Dan Blankenship; 17) Diagram showing the depths at which items were found by various teams at the Money Pit.