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circumstantial evidence

Josh Gates Explores Lost History on Expedition Unknown

Urban legends, unsolved mysteries, ancient artifacts and missing evidence are all explored with archaeological glee in Expedition Unknown.

Is Sir Noface the Paranormal Proof We Need?

I want to believe. Really, I do. The kid in me who grew up in the folklore-laden South hearing stories of the Bell Witch, Pukwudgies and all manner of other ghosts, specters, and spooks genuinely craves something indisputable to prove… Continue Reading →

Is The Curse of Oak Island Any Closer to Being Solved?

If there’s one thing The Curse of Oak Island resolved in the two-hour season finale, it’s that Marty, Rick and the rest of the treasure-hunting crew keep getting closer… but to what? For the most part, the only answers they’re… Continue Reading →

Digging the Mystery of Oak Island

As the Lagina Brothers dig into the complex, multilayered 200-year-old mystery that lies below Oak Island, numerous clues, theories and circumstantial evidence have all been presented (many of which have been disproved), along with a decent amount of documentation that has backed up… Continue Reading →

The Curse of Oak Island

Located just off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, lies a 140-acre island engulfed within a 220-year-old unsolved mystery. There’s been endless speculation of possible buried treasure there, connecting its origins to pirates, King Solomon’s temple, Spanish gold, Freemasons and… Continue Reading →

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