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blow up tunnel A Very Expensive Hole in Nova Scotia, Canada

by:JOY Inflatable     2020-08-16
blow up tunnel A Very Expensive Hole in Nova Scotia, Canada
What if I told you there was a magic treasure?The treasure lies at the bottom of a hole in a small island off the coast of Nova Scotia, which used to be the pirate's favorite stepping ground.Do you believe me?If you know your history, you may.Since 1795, there have been countless failed excavations.
John Wayne, Errol Flynn and Roosevelt both owned or invested in companies related to the treasure of Oak Island.Nearly 200ft deep.No one or machine in modern times can conquer it.it has cost 2-So far, $10 million.Six people were killed in the search.But it still hasn't recovered.This is the story of a more fascinating and sophisticated puzzle in Canada that is only compounded by the actions of those hunting for wealth.
This is a story about greed, controversy and little humor.If you have never heard of Oak Island or its story, boy, can I please have a meal for you?..In 1795, a 16-year-old (or 18-year-old) burly young man named Daniel McKinney stumbled upon a depression on the ground on his way to fishing.
There is an adjacent tree with a branch sticking out with scars or marks from the rope and pulley system.The next day he came back with his friend Anthony Vaughan and Samuel Bauer (later known as John Smith.The ground is fresh and the ground is soft.
There are pickpicks along the wall.
The boys know what's good below and keep digging.First of all, they found stones that were not naturally placed. every 10 or so, they found wood, about 30, and they gave up the hole and went home.
there must be no better one.
Nine years later, the boys came back with the financial support of another boy, and the site was just as they left and they started digging.At 40, there is a layer of charcoal.Between the two, every 10 feet is a log.About 80-Within a 90-foot range, a signed Stone is found.After a hard day, they took a night off and came back the next day.
Nearly 100ft of the deep holes are filled with water with about 10ft marks.They didn't get much water from the water, they dug a second hole next to the original, and then dug it.When not only did it not work, it emptied the original hole, but it collapsed, they were lucky to escape alive.
After running out of money, he felt that the treasure was always out of reach. he released the whole project on bail.He is not the only one to do so.In 1849, nearly 40 years after the last attempt, Truro and re-Dig the shaft back to 86 feet and drown again.The company also found that in 1850, the nearby beach was an artificial beach that served as a drainage system.
Who designed this pit and beach, great!.
The drainage system is like a finger of one hand, distributed on 145ft of the beach.Each finger is a man-made passage with a layer of rock, eel grass and coconut fiber, a great filtration system that prevents silt and sand from flowing freely.These fingers meet at a point in the outback, where they inject the water into the sloping passage and then enter the currency pit at 95 to 110ft.
The answer is simple now, right.
Build a dam that blocks the flow of water and dig out your pirate boots.They did, but Mother Nature beat them up for such an attempt and destroyed their dam, but also revealed an old dam.Like the boy in front of them, they withdrew from a treasure that was there, out of reach.
The Oak Island Association is the next organization to try to solve the funding problem, an attempt to collapse the bottom of the hole and the Treasure feels deeper into one natural cave or another trap below.The company went bankrupt in 1864.Over the next few years, many companies have tried to crack the puzzle, dig more shafts and watch them fill up with water but fail.In 1893, a man named Fred Blair and OITC started their search.
They explored a cave first.
In a pit found in 1878, a woman was farming and her cattle fell almost 100ft or 350ft east of the money pit.It seems to be the ventilation shaft of the flood control shaft builder.It's flooded at 55ft.Give up that hole.They did dig 111ft in 1897, saw the opening of the flood tunnel and stopped it.
But water is water, water is like water, it will leak and penetrate.Full of holes...How did you guess?water.They then tried to blow up the source of water flow in Smith Bay with explosives, releasing 5 charges in a hole near the flood tunnel.When they look at what they do, yes, the water flows freely into the hole as ever.
They are also drilling when they are pumping water, salvaging, digging and blowing things up.They came to a curved wood and metal place at 136ft, most likely the treasure that fell early.A water seal type of blue clay was found between 30-151ft and-171ft.
The biggest finding is the gap between these putty layers.First, the drill bit hits Wood, space, unknown material or substance in a few inches, soft metal layers, 3ft metal pieces and more.When the drill bit is lifted, there is a piece of sheepskin on it with "ui", "vi" or "wi ".
They believe more than ever in pirates or precious wealth, they keep sinking on the island and the island keeps filling them up (it sounds almost like a lost preview ).On 1899, they found a second flood tunnel on the South Bank, and although it did not bring anyone closer, it did confirm the people involved in this hunt, where there was valuable wealth.The exercise did not reveal any new information, and the company eventually closed down.
Other companies stood up, but all suffered the same tragic failure, and the water and treasure in the hole were still out of reach.Excavation in 1909, 1931, 1935, 1936 and 1959 was unsuccessful, a trend of well construction, water injection and abandonment..Until today.The 10 times drilling is a 237ft steel barrel, located in the northeast of the currency pit, with a depth of 80ft.
It was in this hole that a camera was passed down and some interesting pictures were taken.It shows 3 boxes, various tools, a cut-off hand, and finally the body.Divers were sent in, but the visibility was low to zero, and the strong flow of water forced them to give up the idea.
Shortly after diving, the hole collapsed.
Well, it has never been brought up and there is no evidence of who or what put it there, so we have only theory.Some of them are very good ideas, some of them may get your eyeballs out of your head.The most popular theory is Captain Kidd's treasure the famous pirate is known for some R and R on the scenic coast of Nova Scotia, and like to bury some of his loot in different places.
Another theory is that Mary Antoinette's jewelry was lost in history.It is said that with the help of the last remains of the Mary Army, a maid sent her to London and then to Fort Lenburg in Nova Scotia.There was a fierce war between Britain and France during this period, so it was thought that the jewelry was at the bottom of the pit and the Navy engineer built it.
I will point out here that it is said that it may be that the Spanish Navy escaped from a shipwreck that hides their treasures and even the British.There is a theory that it is the missing Templar treasure, as Nova Scotia has a history of Freemasons, with several supporters.It may even be about the cabinet.It is said that Francis Bacon was buried there, also known as Shakespeare.
I don't like this at all.
it has something to do with the waste paper.A natural phenomenon on an island or island.Once I 've learned more about the sink holes and the special parts of the world, I'm a huge fan of this one.
More at the end of the article.
After drilling, digging and collapsing shafts in 200, regardless of its past stories, hidden treasures or secrets, digging, pumping and blasting in various areas of Oak Island, caused confusion and the loss of a lot of original information, such as the exact location of the first money pit dug 1795.I did not mention small things like rocks like Rosetta Stones, lost gold chains and artifacts found.Since the hole was discovered, there have been occupants living on the island.
In order to prove the previous work, the small ornaments and tools excavated are invalid, because the former residents of the island have been living there and have been there for generations, not to mention the countless crew and workers in the history of 200.When I was a kid, even until I wrote this, I was a huge fan of the Oak Island mystery, I remember some of the 80-year shows doing a special show on it, and since then it's been my favorite mystery.I am trying to look at the story with older, more skeptical eyes, and these are my thoughts on the mystery and writing of the story.
Except for some men in 1804, there is no evidence that --1805 said they found the hole and dug it out at 1795.The first newspaper article about it was in 1846.The early story is likely to generate more interest and more money.
Claim for marking scarred branches on it with a pulley system (convenient ).I believe that those who go out of their way to protect their treasure will leave such a clear thread that there is something below.The stone with the inscription on it was missing, and Mr Smith felt that it looked great in his fireplace, not to mention where the stone symbol came from, because a book or similar book was published with them.
It is said that the inscription is read-40 under 2 million.So far, many "similar" holes have been found on the island and across the mainland.Most people have the same features as currency pits.
Every 9, 10, or 11 feet has the concept of a log that seems to be picked from earlier logs to create a neat layer combination and build a conspiracy.An early report mentioned that the original excavator found the slate at 2ft, found a layer of log at 12ft, and continued down for about 15 ft.James mcnath, the treasure seeker, described many different arrangements.
The drill was gone and all the notes were gone.Because of all the suspicious "treasure tips" found, there is now no evidence of their existence except word of mouth, and more engineers are coming to crack the mystery of Oak Island.In the circle of engineers, because the geology of the whole area and the "islands" are actually a peninsula (the water is 45 feet higher today), it is highly believed.
In the academic world, it is believed and understood that there are many sink holes not only around the world, but also in Nova Scotia itself.Geologists, Rudolph, Faribault (sp?) Many sink holes were found on the mainland opposite Oak Island, and often found in areas composed of the same layers/arrangement.In 1911, a report concluded that there was strong evidence to support natural caves.
More?Ok.
In 1969 1969 drilling when Triton Oak Island Hunter Group in 165ft found and broke into the such a cave.It is artificial, say geologists.In particular, there is a lack of proof of cleanliness.5 miles south of Oak Island on the coast of Ma Hong Bay, 1949 above sea level.
When the worker was digging the well, another money pit was found.This location is chosen for a softer unpacked Earth.It is said that "at 2ft, a layer of stone was hit, and then the logs of spruce and oak trees were unearthed at a half-time interval, some burnt ".
A geologists wrote a unique geological work on the Oak islands, saying that the caves naturally formed on the island rock beds are the cause of the flood, a kind of basically passing through HallAfter 200, the east end of the island was a mess of shafts and cross cutting, drilling and explosion, and the picture became completely complicated as the tunnel extended in all directions, and make it impossible for people to be sure what's going on.Due to lack of evidence, the uncertainty of the location of the original cave and the natural geology of the island, Oak Island and her secrets may never be captured
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