OAK ISLAND TREASURE NATIVE MAN’S MYSTERIOUS CODES

Native man & others leads investigation on the oak island treasure hunt, a new generation or treasure hunters may have the right stuff to solve this mystery. New un-publicized research never revealed in the mainstream media may give a better understanding to this puzzling treasure mystery. – Keith Ranville

Keith Ranville First Nations Explorer Into The Gods

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Theory gives possible connection with nearby Birch Island

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HALIFAX, Nova Scotia

: Tuesday March, 22nd  2011 – – For the past two centuries, the tunnels of Nova Scotia’s Oak Island have piqued the imagination of historians and treasure hunters alike. Now, a new theory by First Nations researcher Keith Ranville may add fresh speculation to the mystery. Based on a unique reading of an inscription once found in the “Money Pit,” Mr. Ranville believes that the answer to the riddle may be found on nearby Birch Island.

Oak Island, located on the scenic Mahone Bay about an hour’s drive south of the provincial capital of Halifax, has been associated with buried treasure since the late 18th century. Local settlers reportedly found a ship’s tackle block hanging from a tree branch, overhanging a large depression in the ground.

Early efforts to dig down failed when the diggers encountered layers of…

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