An interpretation of the painted parchment from H8. Marty: When you put a bunch of shafts in the same area and start pulling them, and moving them, and all that stuff. Gary Drayton then finds an old iron nail with a square shaft which he says resembles a decking nail from a ship. Or maybe the sinkhole was just used as a garage pit and the logs every x feet was exaggerated. The treasure hunters agree that safety is of paramount importance, and that they cannot proceed before an outside safety engineer evaluates the situation. The new episode is going to be released on February 26, 2019.
Has Venessa's fortune her drilling rig been the latest victim of the Money Pit? Will Rick apologize for spending all of his brother's money? All comments are in chronological order. That curiosity aside, I'm expecting it to be another mis-named episode from Prometheus. Later, while the excavation of H8 is underway, the oscillator seizes up. Rick: There's nothing comforting about what you said. So, the two of them decide to unravel the secret and find the legendary treasure with the help of machinery. Will Jack try to dig the drilling rig out of the hole with his shovel? Rick: The good news is the hole is not increasing, in depth or width.
The Oak Island crew members agree that, for safety purposes, they must suspend work in the area until the sinkhole has been inspected by an outside engineer. Landry remarks that the paper bearing the yellow and red paint or ink appears to be folded, and proposes that he attempt to wet it and unfold it to see whether there might be any writing on the inside. . It is rumored that it might end the current research on the island for an unknown amount of time. No referral or affiliate links. The title of the next episode is Voyage to the Bottom of the Cenote.
Landry observes that the papers are very even, suggesting that they constitute pieces of wove paper- an invention made in around 1737- or thin cloth. There, they meet with bookbinding expert Joe Landry, to whom they show the fragments of cotton paper brought up from H8. Meanwhile, Alex Lagina and Doug Crowell travel to the Nova Scotia School of Art and Design in Halifax. While the crew attempts to sort out the cave-in issue at the Money Pit, Marty Lagina and Doug Crowell meet with Joe Landry and lab technician Fergus Tweedale at St. The next episode is going to have a huge revelation at the Money Pit. Dan Henskee comes across a piece of what appears to be wood from a searcher tunnel, while Jack Begley finds a fragment of what he suggests might be leather.
The following morning, the Lagina brothers, Craig Tester, and Dave Blankenship head to the Money Pit to assess the damage. The treasure hunters acquiesce, and Landry, assisted by his apprentice, Katherine Taylor, wets both of the paper pieces and attempts to unfold them. Vanessa: We just have some caving in, around the shaft. She suggests that the crew have the paper analyzed by an expert in historical documents. Quote of the episode: Vanessa: This is like Swiss cheese, so many people have drilled in here. Using it as a garage pit could explain the random bits of crap they find, like small pieces of pottery. Craig: Some ice holes could be in this area.
Caisson operator Danny Smith investigates the problem and concludes that the ground is caving in. Vanessa: Any benefit to turning the oscillator off right now and we can just keep grabbing? Vanessa: We're going to need to stop oscillating on this. This setback evokes the previous Money Pit collapses, which occurred in 1850 and 1861 due to the formation of searcher tunnels which undermined the structural integrity of the area. Could it be that the Brotherhood of the Dig has finally figured out that the Money Pit is a sink hole? As usual, Vanessa steals the show. Vanessa: This is like Swiss cheese, so many people have drilled in here. .
You don't want to do that dry. Vanessa: It's around 18 inches. He then suggests that the pigment used in the red ink might be cinnabar, or vermillion- a brilliant scarlet pigment made from powdered mercury sulfide. . The two are brothers, and they are from Michigan. Shortly thereafter, the scanner picks up an anchor lying on the sea floor. Joe Landry: I would wet it again, to unfold it.
All of the references to Cenotes that I recall are big limestone caverns in Central America which seem to be fairly stable. Upon being prompted by Marty, Landry estimates that the paper constitutes a fragment of a manuscript created anywhere from the 13 th Century to the 1600s. Down, all the way around, and then it's falling out, so we gotta slow it down. The show can also be watched on History app. Joe Landry: We've started the process of soaking it, to make it pliable, to open it up. It appears that the cave-in around H8 has graduated into a more substantial sinkhole.
Marty: What did you do to our hole??!! While sifting through the spoils, Craig Tester discovers a large. . It is revealed that the treasure hunters attempted to locate the end of the discovered in Season 6, Episode 10, but met without success. After several large pieces of surface debris fall away into the chasm, Rick decides to head back to safety. We can definitely continue to dig, with the hammer grab. Later, Marty Lagina, Craig Tester, Jack Begley, Gary Drayton, and Dan Henskee gather at the Money Pit, where more material is being extracted from H8. You can also watch it on Hulu, Roku, Sling.