The Curse of Oak Island S04, Ep11 – Presidential Secrets

Show: The Curse of Oak Island
Season: 4
Episode: 11
Title: Presidential Secrets
Original Air Date: January 24, 2017

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Synopsis: The 10X borehole is being airlifted. While that is happening, the dives are rehashed. The airlift has jammed. They get it unjammed and continue the process. Once they conclude the airlift they start sifting through the bin the spoils were dumped in. They find a bone, is it human or animal? Jack will build a screen system to go through all the materials that came up. Jack and Craig going through the spoils in another location. They find wood with handsaw marks, and a few other items to have Dan analyze and also a lab. They show some of the items to Dan. He states the wood did not come from his operation. Out at Smith’s Cove a coffer dam expert has brought one with him so they can inflate it and drain the cove. The plan is to locate the box drains. They roll each section into place. A pump is used to fill the bladders of the dam with sea water. They hear an explosion and one section has burst. The search of Smith’s Cove is now on hold. The group gathers in the war room. They meet with two researchers. Franklin Roosevelt is discussed. He was involved in a search on the island in 1909. They plan a trip to Roosevelt’s Presidential Library. What they learn is that he thought the French Crown Jewels were hiding on Oak Island.

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