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How did the mystery of the famous Oak Island Money Pit come to be? To answer that question we must go back in time to the dawn of a new age…

On July 16th, 1961, D.A. Eisenhauer of Second Peninsula found treasure: a silver coin dated 1652, not far off from the carbon-dating of artifacts found in Oak Island’s Money Pit.

You don’t want to miss this drone footage sent to us by a valued PiRat!

An Acadian fort outside of Lunenburg, you say? Check out this key piece of archeological work from Annapolis Valley-native John S. Erskine.

In 1707, Captain Pierre Morpain rescued the settlement of Port Royal when he brought a captured merchant ship and its cargo into port.

How valuable is a good pirate? Pierre Maisonnat dit Baptiste was not a man to mess with- especially with the crown of France on his side!

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