The Mystery of Oak Island Has Finally Been Uncovered, But A Major Sacrifice was Made Along The Way

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The Origin of the Hidden Treasure

There are many theories as to what is buried at Oak Island. If you agree with the theory that William Shakespeare was merely the pen name of Francis Bacon, you might believe that Bacon buried his Shakespearean manuscripts and earnings on the island. If you're more of a science buff, perhaps you believe that the treasure once belonged to Marie Antoinette, who had a maid bury her riches during the French Revolution…

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A Few Other Theories

Other theories revolve more around the mysteries of the sea. Some believe that Captain Kidd, a Scottish sailor hid parts of his treasure on Oak Island, but others think the buried treasure belongs to Captain Blackbeard. Blackbeard claimed that he buried treasure "nowhere none but Satan and myself can find it", and Oak Island was pretty ill-fated…

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The More You Know

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