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In this episode, Mike tells us about the possible buried treasure on Oak Island, Nova Scotia, and all the attempts to recover it over the last 200 years.

We also talk about episode 33’s Somerton Man and how his identity might finally be revealed; the difficulties of keeping track of what we’ve covered on the show; and whether Captain Kidd invented trolling.

Here’s a rundown of the episode:

00:28 – Hello!

00:51 – News! The Somerton Man, unmasked!

04:43 – Presented Piece – The Oak Island Money Pit

26:48 – Discussion

50:58 – Where You Can Find Us Online

53:23 – Bye

Total Runtime: 53:56



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