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  • Started digging, and damned if we didn't hit the tunnel.

  • NARRATOR: One day after finding a possible tunnel

  • in the uplands area of Smith's Cove,

  • Marty Lagina is eager to show his brother, Rick,

  • and archaeologist Laird Niven what he believes might

  • be a breakthrough discovery.

  • Where is it?

  • Kind of in line with the wall we found last year and a little

  • bit askew of the cave-in pit.

  • It looks like it's well-constructed.

  • But no record of--

  • No.

  • He'll have to take a look.

  • It's right over there.

  • Hey, guys. - Hey, Marty.

  • MARTY LAGINA: How's it going?

  • Looks good.

  • We're having a good day.

  • We've got a big timber across there and a big round timber

  • coming there.

  • There's one main beam there, Laird, a big thing.

  • A notched piece came out of here.

  • Kind of in there.

  • GARY DRAYTON: And that notched one came when

  • we took the last scoop out.

  • LAIRD NIVEN: Interesting, for sure.

  • And then, Gary, you said you saw a cross member back here.

  • GARY DRAYTON: Yeah, and it's a different kind.

  • It's more like a log, kind of similar

  • to the U-shaped structure lugs.

  • NARRATOR: A log?

  • Similar to the ones used to build

  • the massive U-shaped structure uncovered at Smith's Cove

  • last year, and which was scientifically proven to have

  • been built in 1769, over two decades before the discovery

  • of the Money Pit?

  • Those logs and the construction

  • method could be original.

  • But why speculate?

  • I think we need to keep digging.

  • [electronic beeping]

  • Let's go.

  • The timbers are interesting, for sure.

  • MARTY LAGINA: It is suspicious that there's so

  • many massive pieces right here.

  • LAIRD NIVEN: Yeah.

  • I mean, where did they come from?

  • MARTY LAGINA: Where'd they come from?

  • Ho!

  • CHARLES BARKHOUSE: Billy!

  • Ho!

  • Halt!

  • MARTY LAGINA: You got a big chunk of it.

  • CHARLES BARKHOUSE: Yeah, you got a chunk

  • of it right there, Bill.

  • LAIRD NIVEN: Yeah.

  • RICK LAGINA: That's a big log.

  • LAIRD NIVEN: That is.

  • RICK LAGINA: There you go.

  • Yeah, that's good.

  • Just come out.

  • RICK LAGINA: This thing is gigantic.

  • MARTY LAGINA: Hey, Billy?

  • You can get rid of that stuff there.

  • This stuff here?

  • MARTY LAGINA: There you go.

  • Smith's Cove has offered up a whole bunch of stuff

  • that we didn't expect--

  • structures all over the place.

  • We're finding out about all kinds of things

  • that we didn't know were there.

  • That's big.

  • That must be the biggest piece of wood we've seen down here.

  • MARTY LAGINA: Oh, yeah.

  • ALEX LAGINA: Other than the U shape.

  • MARTY LAGINA: And I think this is a notch right here.

  • There's a lot of data adding up to support

  • that a flood tunnel really exists, and did

  • exist, here on Oak Island.

  • And it's going to be well worth digging in and around

  • those to see what we can find.

  • There's no doubt about this.

  • This is a massive project.

  • We'll dig that big one up and see what happens.

Started digging, and damned if we didn't hit the tunnel.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/23
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