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The Oak Island Enigma is a gripping history of the mystery of Oak Island and its "Money Pit". It details the early discoveries: the shaft with its platforms, the drainage tunnels from the ocean that fill the shaft with sea water, the many attempts to find what the construction hides and protects.

It is a true tale of a visit to Oak Island in the early 1950s, recounting the history of efforts to discover the treasure supposedly buried there. The Oak Island Enigma was the first published book to contend that the manuscripts of William Shakespeare's works - actually written by Francis Bacon - are buried beneath Oak Island.

©2015 Thomas P. Leary (P)2016 James L. Peterson

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Interesting book

A short concise overview of an intriguing puzzle. Quite interesting. Narration clear and easy to understand

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  • Mark
  • Toney, AL United States
  • 03-08-16

Poor quality but somewhat entertaining

I have been fascinated by the story of Oak Island for many years and the recent History Channel series has been outstanding. When I saw this I took a chance - I wasn't overwhelmed but there were portions that were interesting. The quality of the audio is poor and the narration is sub par. I think if you have followed this treasure hunt for any amount of time that you wouldn't be too disappointed with this but I definitely would not use one of your credits as the book is only 1 hour and the cost is around 5 bucks.

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Oak Island

very good story, wish there was more info on the subject. I liked very much.

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  • Keith
  • Los Alamos, NM, United States
  • 02-15-17

great story, poor job on narration

poor narration and it skipped a lot. he would be in the middle of a sentence and then all of a sudden talking about a different subject