Rick, Marty and the Oak Island team make a potentially historic discovery in the Money Pit.
After hearing that a treasure of biblical proportions was buried on Oak Island 2500 years ago, Rick and Marty Lagina look for evidence to prove it while also trying to locate the original Money Pit.
As Rick and Marty Lagina begin excavating the infamous Money Pit, a visitor shows them evidence that the treasures from King Solomon's Temple could be buried on Oak Island.
After dating the Spanish coin they found last summer to 1652, brothers Rick and Marty Lagina return to Oak Island and the strange triangle-shaped swamp to look for more clues to this 200-year-old mystery.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. Oak Island has beaten or bankrupted everyone who has ever tackled it, never giving up its secrets. In order for Marty and Rick to risk the millions more it will take to get to the bottom of the Money Pit, they will need to find much more than a single Spanish coin. The stakes have never been higher-and the island curse may be preparing to take its next victim.
Rick and Marty Lagina make one of the biggest discoveries in the 200-year old search for treasure on Oak Island.
A visitor to the island presents Rick and Marty Lagina with his incredible theory about where the treasure on Oak Island is located.
As Rick and Marty Lagina begin work to drain a mysterious swamp, they are visited by a woman who lost her father and brother to a tragic accident on Oak Island that gave rise to rumors of a deadly curse.
When the team discovers something very unusual at Smith's Cove, Rick and Marty Lagina believe they've made a huge breakthrough in unlocking Oak Island's secrets.
Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina now own most of the mysterious Oak Island. Determined to resurrect the 200 year-old search for treasure, they explore an abandoned shaft called 10-X. What they find gives them reason to believe that the stories of something buried on the island may very well be true.
The Curse of Oak Island, a new series on HISTORY®, follows two brothers as they pursue a childhood dream of finding buried treasure on a mysterious island near Nova Scotia. The island has captured imaginations since 1795, when three boys discovered a deep, reinforced hole scattered with manmade artifacts. For 200 years, many have taken on the hunt, only to be left with decimated fortunes, broken spirits and lost lives.
Rick and Craig goad David into drinking a water sample that might be from a man-made booby trap in this scene from "The Breakthrough."
The team extracts a sample of what might be concrete and wood, signifying possible contact with the chapel vault under Oak Island, in this scene from "The Breakthrough."
Marty Lagina ponders the significance of a huge oak tree stump found at the bottom of a natural swamp in this scene from "Once In, Forever In."
J. Hutton Pulitzer presents his theory that the Ark of the Covenant is connected to Oak Island in this scene from "The Eight-Pointed Star."
Oak Island historian, Charles Barkhouse gives the young guys on the team a tour of the island museum that houses some of the most intriguing artifacts discovered on Oak Island during the 200 plus year search.
Rick and Dave Blankenship set up a pump to remove water from an area near the swamp, but then discover that Dave's pick up truck has gotten stuck in the mud. After a little blame game, they start walking home.
Rick and Marty Lagina construct a huge compass from rocks and dirt to better orient themselves on Oak Island in this bonus scene from "Once In, Forever In."
J. Hutton Pulitzer questions if the remains of McGinnis' home were perhaps established on the island before McGinnis arrived in this bonus scene from "The Eight-Pointed Star."
Centuries of digging and drilling have made the Oak Island soil too weak to hold up the drill rig in this scene from "The Eight-Pointed Star."
A rock engraving of a pentagram-esque symbol might be connected to Oak Island in this scene from "Return of the Money Pit."
J. Hutton Pulitzer examines the ruins of Daniel McGinnis' home for clues in this bonus scene from "Return to the Money Pit."
Home movies of the island taken in the '60s prompt more questions than they answer for Marty and Rick Lagina in this scene from "Return to the Money Pit."
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