“The Curse of Oak Island Season 9 Episode 8.” In the Curse of Oak Island Season 9 Episode 7, Rick and Marty Lagina’s team looks to continue digging in the swamp this time. Much of the area where they found the stone road leading to Money Pit is now restricted to access. Especially after the team arrived at Micmac Pottery.
The team also made the difficult decision to say goodbye to the archeological team to continue their treasure hunt. The thing after that. For a better view of the latest episode, check out what we put in the recap. Now, know about The Curse of Oak Island Season 9 Episode 8.
The Curse of Oak Island Season 9 Episode 8: Aired Date
The Curse of Oak Island Season 9 Episode 8 will be aired on December 21, 2021, at 9 PM ET, on History Network. New episodes come down every Tuesday, and each has a watching time of about 43 minutes.
The Curse of Oak Island Season 9 Episode 8: Synopsis
The Curse of Oak Island Season 9 Episode 8, was named “Deeper Digs, ****** Stakes”. The official summary of the episode reveals that the crews continue to dig the swamp. They brought the 35-tonne Long Reach Excavator very deep.
There are theories that it was artificially created and somehow slowly, the theory is coming true. Many of the artifacts found in the upcoming episodes may refer to a ship buried deep in the swamp.
The Curse of Oak Island Season 9 Episode 7: Recap
In The Curse of Oak Island Season 9 Episode 7, Swamp chose margins as his next focus because he believed there was definitely something there. The theory of the last treasure hunter Fred Nolan suggests that the swamp was an artificial structure intended to hide a huge treasure.
There is only one thing, Billy believes, if they are to edge, they need to be 80 feet long to dig the swamp. Meanwhile, Terry Matheson and Charles Barclays continued to work on the C-1 cluster by digging the new hole F-2.
Rick Lazina and Gary Drayton continued their search in Lot 4, probably referring to a few hatches. What they found were a large old iron screw and an old edge. The blacksmith expert examined the Carmen leg site and said it was from 1620 to 1740. Search shows that there are more opportunities in Lot 4.
Coming into the estuary, the 35-tonne long excavator reached near the swamp. What they came to find in the swamp was an oak tree stump, which was shocking. Oak trees usually do not grow in wet climates. Therefore, it is possible to create this swamp artificially. Later they found two more flat pieces of wood, probably cut by the edge.
At the end of the episode, chemistry professor Dr. Christa Broso joins the team. She came to provide an analysis of the artifacts found in Lot 4. It has a piece of metal and a button with gold markings. Speaking of the button, he points out that it is probably a button of British origin from 1726 and 1776.
In the case of a piece of metal, it is a copper alloy with a tin content of Spanish or Portuguese origin. These types of metals were used in bells and cannons.