Fans of The Curse of Oak Island will be thrilled to know that the new upcoming Episode 12 of Season 6 will bring some interesting twists. Rick and Marty Lagina have found some fascinating artifacts that brought them even closer to the treasure. Those artifacts are proof that the treasure of Oak Island is there and that it isn’t just a story. It is somewhere buried at the island and it is waiting for Lagina brothers to find it.
The title of Episode 12 of Season 6 is “Slipway When Wet” and it is said that there is a shocking new discovery at Smith’s Cove. And that discovery is suggesting that the origin of this mystery is dating much earlier than it is believed.
In the last episode, the Lagina brothers found out some vital clues when they found a wooden structure in Smith’s Cove and the crew believes that this structure was used for going to the Money Pit. Or the other opinion is that the structure was used by other treasure hunters that were trying to find out where the treasure is, just like the Lagina brothers are now. Whatever the real purpose for this wooden structure is, it means that the crew is on the right track. It still is a mystery for what the structure was used for because the materials that were used are not for construction, and the truth will most possibly be revealed in the new Episode 12.
Another thing that the crew found are some stones with interesting engravings. They don’t know for sure what the engraving is about and for what the stones were used. One of the assumptions is that the stones were a part of a box drain, that was built there to avoid flooding the cave when people were digging for the treasure. The best guess is that it really was a box drain because they also found some coconut fibers need the stones. And in 1850, coconut fibers were used for packing and they believe that those fibers were also used in the area surrounding Money Pit, so there is a possibility that the brothers are on the right track.
The new Episode 12 of the Season 6 of “The Curse of Oak Island” will be aired on February 5, at 9 p.m. on History Channel.