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What’s The Release Date of The Curse of Oak Island Season 7 Episode 20 and Where You Can Watch It

Every true fan of The Curse of Oak Island can’t wait for the release of every new episode. The last few adventures were so exciting and full of new thrilling finds.

The previous episode is called ‘Lords of the Ring‘, and the title is so appropriate because the crew found something exciting from the 1700s.


If you crave to learn a bit more about the previous episode and get to know what is the release date of the upcoming episode, keep reading this article.

What’s the release date of Season 7 Episode 20 of ‘The Curse of Oak Island’?

The upcoming episode is titled ‘Springing the Trap’ and is scheduled to air on Tuesday, April 7, at 9 pm ET or 8 pm CT. You will be able to watch the new episode like always on your favorite TV channel, History Channel.

What do you need to have if you want to watch History Channel?

If you have a cable connection, you will be able to watch the new episode easily. But if you don’t have one, don’t worry, there is a solution for you too. You need to go to the History Channel site and watch the show there; you can stream every episode whenever you want.

The latest episodes can also be watched on Sling TV, Fubo TV, or Philo TV. And if you are a Hulu subscriber, you can watch the entire Season 6 there, and hopefully, the Season 7 will also be added.

If you don’t want to wait and you are willing to spend a bit of money, you can buy and stream the whole show on Amazon Prime.


What happened in Season 7 Episode 19 of ‘The Curse of Oak Island’?

In the latest episode, the team had a fantastic find; they managed to uncover an excitingly designed ring from the 1700s, in the swamp. They believe that the ring might be from Spain, but despite being a thrilling discovery, they need to speed up their quest because the winter season is coming.

That was not all that happened in Episode 19; Rick Lagina explained what’s the difference between treasure hunters from the early history and the ones that are currently researching and studying Oak Island. He said that previous people loved adventure, travel, and they’ve tried to find valuable things. And today, people that are investigating and researching treasures are experts that know a lot about history, people, and the locality, and they want to know even more. He also stated that he and the team didn’t find any treasure yet, but they have discovered some significant historical artifacts and information. They’ve found a lead cross, iron pikes that can are probably from a ship, and they’ve even found fragments of human bones.


Another thing that they’ve uncovered in Episode 19 is a part of a keg. They believe that the treasure was kept in kegs that were on a ship. And a minor discovery was a piece of stray wood, but that was all they’ve found.

They need to make a new strategy and to figure out the artifact that they’ve found by now because only then will they be able to put all of the pieces in one big puzzle.

They are going to explore another island after they’ve checked Dave Blankenship’s documents. We are excited to see what they will find in the next episode.

The Curse of Oak Island: Historical Artifacts that Lagina Brothers Discovered Until Now

For more than 2 hundred years, treasure hunters and researchers have been suffering from deciphering one of the most crippling mysteries in the Western Hemisphere: The burning riddle of Oak Island. In the year 1795, people believed that three men discovered a melancholy in the ground underneath a vintage oak tree on the island, leading them to the conclusion that treasure was buried there. For that reason, the island has been scoured and thoroughly searched. Despite no real treasure being found, they’ve discovered little parts of history tucked away on the island.

Marty and Rick Lagina have determined to take up the venture and search the island for themselves since 2014. The show, ‘The Curse Of Oak Island,’ is in its 7th season of the show. Even though Oak island is full of interesting they select to examine, the brothers pay most of the attention and spend most of the time around the ‘Money Pit.’

About the Money Pit


Money Pit is located at the east of Oak Island. It is a shaft, which is over 100 feet deep. According to the legends surrounding the island, it was found by a teenager, Daniel McGinnis, in 1795. He observed an indentation on the floor and started digging. With the assist of some friends, he found a human-made shaft featuring wooden platforms every 10 feet down to 90 feet. However, due to an expedition within the Nineteen Sixties that triggered clay, seawater,  and mud to crumble around the ‘cash pit,’ the shaft’s exact region has been obscured from sight. Just like treasure hunters earlier, the brothers have found numerous traps, and tunnels dug into the ground at numerous depths that are designed to flood the shaft with water.

Things found in the Money Pit?


While no real treasure has been found, the pit carries several tantalizing historical clues. The Lagina brothers have located other interesting matters on the island, which includes a lead Cross. Before them, treasure hunters have observed old parchment, stones, bits of china, portions of wooden and coconut fiber. Coins and stones have also been discovered.

The 90-Foot Stone

According to the legend, the treasure hunter Jotham B McCully wrote a letter in the mid-19th century, saying that a mysterious stone was found in the pit in 1804, at a depth of about 90 feet. It was around two-three ft long and 12-16 inches wide. The wasn’t like any other rock. It bore cryptic symbols, which have brought heated dialogue and debate. Those symbols meant to represent English letters. According to one translation, it read: “FORTY FEET BELOW TWO MILLION POUNDS ARE BURIED.”


Some other scholars think that its purpose was to forge a connection with the Knights Templar.

In the upcoming episode of ‘The Curse Of Oak Island,’ brothers and the team will show some evidence that the boy in 1795 did not come across the depression near the oak tree by chance.

The Curse of Oak Island Season 7 Episode 15 Preview

“The Curse of Oak Island” became a show that is considered a true treat for people who are into hunting and who have a love for history. We can think of Lagina brothers as some kind of Indiana Jones. Naturally, they don’t have to encounter villains like Harrison Ford’s character, but nonetheless, there are some parallels that can be drawn between this show and a popular movie. With their crew, brothers are looking for a treasure hidden on Oak Island and discovering a very interesting history of this beautiful island and people who previously were on the same task as them.

We are currently in the seventh season of this popular show. Presently, the crew is looking for the Money Pit. Even though they’ve encountered some difficulties that didn’t make their task any easier, they managed to come up with some exceptional discoveries. We witnessed that a swamp they’ve discovered is most likely man-made. At the same time, Rick Lagina uncovered some clues that were present at the Dartmouth Heritage Museum. If you are watching the show, then you know that all of the public that follows it are ecstatic about what will happen in the next episode.

When is it Going to Premiere?

The next episode o this popular show is going to premiere on the 3rd March 2020 on History Channel. The name of the episode is “Surely Templar”. The name refers to the Templar theory that Travis talked about in the previous episodes.

Where can You Watch it Online?

As you know, this show is an exclusive for the History Channel, so the simplest way you can get to watch it is through a cable connection. On the other side, if you don’t have cable, you can stream all of the episodes on the website of the History Channel. Also, you can look them up on Philo TV, Fubo TV, and Sling TV. When it comes to streaming services, you can try Hulu. There you can watch the first six seasons. There are good chances that season 7 will be available on Hulu after the broadcasting on the History Channel finishes. If these options are not good enough for you, you can always subscribe to Amazon Prime, and stream all of the episodes on this popular platform.


What Happened on the Previous Episode?

The 14th episode of season 7, titled “Burnt Offering” turned out to be one of the most intensive episodes of the show even though no treasure has been found. The reason for this intensity was that many iron artifacts have been found in the swamp. After careful examinations, the team established that these artifacts were originally on some centuries-old ship. The team even called Carmen Legged to provide some theories that surround these artifacts.

Even though these iron artifacts sustained significant damage from a fire, it is obvious that they originated from some kind of a pirate ship. This theory leads the team to the understanding that there is some kind of pirate ship located at the bottom of the swamp. Furthermore, this ship could be either blown up or burnt. As you could presume, the swap is now the center of attention. The highest number of highlights from this episode is regarding the unusual discoveries made in the swamp.

The team’s conclusion is that some wooden structures found in the swamp are connected to the stone box drains that were used to feed the tunnels. Like usually, Lagina brothers are looking determined to find the treasure of Oak Island and they are convinced that it is located in the swamp. Further episodes will uncover if they are on the right track, or not.

The Curse Of Oak Island Season 7 Episode 11 Review: The team is facing Hurricane Dorian

The eleventh episode of the popular series is everything but not boring, as the team faces a major natural disaster, and they have to explore and dig the terrain as quickly as possible as the clock ticks and the hurricane approaches. Hurricane Dorian is getting closer to Oak Island and will disrupt team plans and excavation progress.

The eleventh episode of Season seven is called ‘The Eye Of The Storm’, and team members will learn how powerless a man is in the face of a natural disaster like a hurricane. It will spoil their excavation plans and slow down the entire research process.


Part of the episode shows significant advances in excavation and recent discoveries lead them to the money pit, which was the goal in this part of exploring the island. Lagina’s brothers and their team are happy, although they are aware that the hurricane is approaching, and that they cannot know what the terrain will look like after this natural disaster is over.

How Hurricane Dorian will affect further exploration and excavation are questions that plague the entire team but try not to think about it but to enjoy the discovery so far. Rick Lagina is optimistic that he thinks he will continue digging when the hurricane is gone, while Marty is pessimistic this time around, and he thinks the island is haunted and is simply not destined for treasure to be found. Some of the scenes in the episode are amazing, as we watch the team dig at increasing speed as the clouds hang over their heads.

As expected, after Hurricane Dorian, damage to the field remained and the swamp was flooded with water. For the team and the research, this means a lot of damage because they spent a lot of time trying to drain the swamp. At the end of the episode, there is despair, powerlessness, and disappointment as a lot of effort and work has been thrown away. Rick Lagina is the most optimistic member of the team and giving up is not an option.


‘I’m never going to give it up,’ he says emphatically.

Rick Lagina feels that he is one step away from the revelation that he has dedicated his entire life to, and he has no time for the bad feelings. Although they have suffered damage and hard work has been destroyed, the team still does not give up on their mission and continue their courageous expedition of excavating and draining the swamp.

This episode was exciting, filled with emotion, and tension because you don’t know what the hurricane brings, and what comes after it.

Hurricane Dorian is one of the biggest natural disasters that happened last year, leaving behind, devastation, damage to death.

When we look at the episode we will see where the team found the strength to explore further and how they survived this natural disaster.

You can watch ‘The Curse Of Oak Island’ on the History Channel, Tuesdays at 9 pm.

The Curse of Oak Island Season 7 Premieres Tonight: Here’s What to Expect

If you’ve been eagerly waiting for the new installment of “The Curse of Oak Island,” we’re happy to inform you that the waiting is finally over. In fact, we’ll all be able to see the first episode of season 7 tonight, Tuesday, November 5. You’ll be even more surprised to hear that the new installment will last for a whole two hours. Can’t get more exciting than that? Well, let’s see what you can expect to happen in the first episode of season 7.

The premiere episode of “The Curse of Oak Island” season 7 is expected to feature some of the most serious developments we’ve seen so far. The official synopsis of the 2-hour episode reads

Armed with new evidence suggesting a ship is buried in the swamp, Rick, Marty, and the team return to the island determined to honor Dan’s legacy by solving the centuries-old mystery once and for all.”

However, note that before airing this episode, History Channel will air the “Finding Answers” episode from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.

This season will be all about showing tribute to Dan Blakenship, who passed away in March 2019. The 95-year-old man will always be there with the team in spirit.

It was a privilege to know the man. He was our friend. There will not be a single day where we won’t miss him,” Rick Lagina said in a recent interview.


A Possible New Partnership

“The Curse of Oak Island” season 7 will feature Rick and Marty Lagina and the Oak Island team working together with a fellow landowner Tom Nolan. Tim is the son of the late Fred Nolan. This might mean that the team will gain unprecedented access to some areas of the island which might hold the answers to their questions. This might also indicate that they’ll use a more extensive metal detector in order to dig deeper on the surface of the island.

Additionally, History Channel has stated that the Lagina brothers and their partners won’t stop at exploring the ancient slipway. Instead, they’ll also be searching for the box drains and artifacts. One of those artifacts is the 14th-century lead cross they found two years ago. The team will also be in pursuit of what lies above the beach.

A Potential Crisis Coming Up?

The summary offered by History Channel suggests that the team will be excavating the objects found near Oak Island in Nova Scotia. However, besides the summary, there is also an ominous teaser about the legend on the lookout for another victim. The legend says that one more will have to die before the treasure is unraveled.


“The Curse” says that seven people have to die before the treasure is found. Hence, does that mean that the team is facing death threats in order to get answers to some crucial questions? Is that the potential crisis expected to come up in “The Curse of Oak Island” Season 7?

We guess we’ll find out tonight!

The Curse of Oak Island Season 7 – The Shooting Has Begun

We have some great news for all fans of the tv show “The Curse of Oak Island”. The shooting of the new season of this popular show has begun. We are going to provide you, our reader, with some interesting information and photos regarding the new season of Oak Island.

A few months ago, it was stated that the new season of the tv show will have thirty-six episodes and that it will be released in November. All the famous location and characters are going to return. However, there is going to be some new locations featured in season 7.


Recently, a certain number of pictures was released by was who attended the filming. On these pictures, we can see the whole team we grew to love in previous years, such as Craig Tester, Rick Lagina, Dave Blankenship, Charles Barkhouse, and Gray Drayton.
Just a reminder, in the final episode of season 6, we saw that the crew theorized about reaching ship buried beneath a swamp.


Also, some of the crew, especially the late Fred Nolan, believed that the swamp was man-made in order to hide the ship and its contents from curious people.


The first season of “The Curse of Oak Island” started on fifth of January 2014. Today, there is more than eighty episodes of the popular reality tv show, which is broadcasted on History Channel since the first season.

Filming of the 7 Season of “Curse of Oak Island” has begun

We have some great news for the fans of the popular History TV channel series, “The Curse of Oak Island” because the filming of the long-awaited seventh season of this hit show is well underway.

This is evident by the huge amounts of heavy equipment and gear that has been seen arriving on the island, while the 2019 treasure hunting season is drawing closer. Hard work has already started around the fabled Money Pit area, as well as several other famous locations on the mysterious island, including the swamp.


Fans who have been on tours to the island have posted pictures online, which show the whole team on the location, including Rick Lagina, Gary Drayton, Dave Blankenship, Craig Tester, and Charles Barkhouse.

“The Curse of Oak Island” super fan Natalie Rousselle, who is from New Brunswick, visited the island several days ago on June 9, alongside her husband Bernard for the second time, and the second year in a row.

She wrote the following under the picture: “I’m not as avid a watcher as my husband, but the tour was very detailed and kept me intrigued the whole time. Charles Barkhouse was giving the tour — I could listen to him for hours. When we got back I spotted Rick, Gary and Craig Tester. I went and shook Gary’s hand, and he is as friendly as seems on the show. The whole experience was awesome!”

As she has the year before, one local resident Karen Publicover, who also lives next to the island, has updated the many fans on her “Oak Island from the Other Side of the Causeway” page on Facebook, regarding some of the comings and goings.

One of her recent posts reads, “There are literally hundreds of flags peppering the money pit area, Isaacs Point, both sides of the cofferdam…they are everywhere! If they are for seismic testing they will be at it for months and every square foot will be tested!”

This woman also showed a parade of trucks that are arriving at the causeway of the island. They can be seen carrying large amounts of equipment, including a crane that will be operating at the Oak Island Swamp.


All of this is exciting news for the viewers of the show, who have been waiting for news since watching season 6 finale earlier in this year. The episode revealed to us the results of the seismic testing in the swamp, which suggest the remains of an ancient ship could be present somewhere underneath.

The late Fred Nolan had also believed that this swamp was man-made, in order to hide this ship. During the season 6 finale, the crew theorized that coming through the swamp object may be one way to go, and these new developments indicate they have already started last year.

The tours this year come after the Friends of Oak Island society had a ticketing scam, where the tickets for these tours were sold from a fake website by someone the officials had “known and trusted for many years”. The persona has since been arrested.
Despite this, fans of the show like Natalie Rousselle told everyone that the society dealt rather well with this problem, and made sure all the fans, including those with fake tickets, were able to attend their desired tours.


“The tour was a very good experience and very organized. They explained to us that they are taking the scam very seriously and they are working with officials to get to the bottom of it.”
Danny Boudreau, another fan, told Monsters and Critics how he had bought tour tickets at the scam site, but that the issue was dealt with seamlessly.

“In May I saw a communication on Facebook regarding the scam and followed their instructions. Within a week I received confirmation that I was on the roster for my booking date. I am very thankful that the scam tickets are being honored, and am looking forward to our visit to the island!”

So what will happen next on Oak Island, and what will the hard-working team discover next? Tune in and find out on “The Curse of Oak Island” season 7 this fall.

The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 22 – Lost and Founding

The creators of The Curse of Oak Island have packed several exciting discoveries into the season finale. The episode starts at Dave Blankenship’s house when the crew comes to consult with Dave. In an effort to solve the Oak Island mystery that has baffled explorers for 223 years, brothers Rick and Marty Lagina have discovered that the slipway built in Smith’s cove dates back to 1769, 25 years before the Money Pit was dug out. To do this, they send log samples to the University of Saskatchewan and their expert on dendrochronology, who was able to date the samples with 99.99% of accuracy.

source: history.co.uk

Lagina brothers and their crew have spent months digging in Smith’s cove, trying to find out more about the stone tunnels that connect the ocean to the Money Pit but have found several man made objects instead.

After the meeting with Dan, Rick and Marty returned to Smith’s cove, where the rest of the team was busy digging. With winter fast approaching and less than a week before they have to shut down until spring, the crew is frantic about getting some answers before they wrap things up for this season. On top of that, their permits are expiring, and the entire team is exhausted. As they plow on, the team discovers another structure, made of wooden boards and packed with clay. They can’t discern the purpose of this wall and so they decide to follow it and see where it leads them. As the day ends with them no closer to a solution, experts from Eagle Canada finish their preparation for the exploration of the ground beneath the triangular swamp. By using seismic testing, they hope to find any large structures that may be hidden below the swamp. To that purpose, they have placed 2,000 explosive charges in regular intervals across the area and they are ready to start measuring the results of those explosions. Each charge consists of 20 grams of dynamite and the resulting echo is captured with geophone recorders. Marty is certain that there is some large structure below them and Eagle Canada is confident that their technology can discover it.

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The next day begins with a meeting in the war room. The meeting reveals some exciting new evidence suggesting that French who have been on Oak Island are connected with Knight Templars. Not only that, but there is a clear connection between the son of the French admiral who led the expedition to Nova Scotia in 1746 and Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. The team speculates that if the French told the Founding Fathers about the treasure, some of it could have been used to finance the American Revolution.

That theory would also explain the origin of the treasury, connecting it to feeling Templars who could have escaped to the New World from the French king Philip IV who disbanded them in the 13th century.

source: mysteriesofcanada.com

Another thing that seemingly connects Founding Fathers with Oak Island is a carving found on a stone resembling the Appeal to Heaven flag created by George Washington.

In the meantime, Eagle Canada has finished its seismic survey, but the team will have to wait six weeks for the data to be processed and the final report created.

The team digging in Smith’s cove continues to discover mysterious structures, and they can’t decide who made them, the people who made the Money Pit or earlier treasure hunters in an effort to block seawater from entering Money Pit. The unfortunate reality is that there is simply no time to dig further, as winter is upon them.

source: dailymotion.com

One final meeting is called in the war room to hash out everything they did and discovered, especially in Smith’s Cove. The team is trying to determine if there enough evidence to justify the continuation of the hunt. One key evidence is the timber dating, which sets it in 1769, but they can’t decide whether the structure was made by treasure hunters or treasure depositors. Majority of the team agrees that there is still something worth looking for on Oak Island, but the one dissident voice is Marty Lagina. He isn’t totally convinced and is mulling over pulling the plug on the entire operation. In the end, the majority view prevails and the team goes to the winter breaks with plans to return in the summer.

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