The Curse of Oak Island S06, Ep18 – Heavy Metal

Show: The Curse of Oak Island
Season: 6
Episode: 18
Title: Heavy Metal
Original Air Date: March 26, 2019


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Synopsis: The team prepares for its last push of the season. They managed to get their permits extended longer. The bore hole S6 is being dug today. They get very interesting spoils and so Rick wants them given special care. Billy shows Rick some items he found in the spoils, some are pottery. The next day in the war room, Rick has Laird look at all the pieces. Laird gets excited over the pipe piece. They get all that night. The geologist is in the phone. They’ve hit bedrock at only 90 feet. Back in Smith’s Cove, they begin to break down the crane pad. In the research center they try to pick another place to dig. Gary and Jack head to a lot to metal detect. He finds a piece of lead that is bent. He finds another smaller piece and they fit together. They go to the research center and show everyone what they found at lot 21. Under the microscope the pattern is quite similar to the cross they found. Back at the money pit, they pull up the casings to reuse for the next dig. They show Vanessa as close as they can where the next hole will be. They ask her to name the hole. She’s shocked, and the hole becomes GG1. The follow up with scientist Tobias. He has all the lead mine data. He is all smiles. He thinks it may have once been an art object. He goes into to detail as to why he thinks this as well. It’s impressive.

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