The Curse of Oak Island Best Photos


In case you didn’t know, The Curse of Oak Island is a super popular active reality TV series. The series follows brothers Marty and Rick Lagina, who are trying to find speculated treasures and historical artifacts that are believed to be on Oak Island. The show was first premiered in 2014, on History network, and it’s currently in it’s sixth season. We are going to show you some of the best photos from the show.

The location

This is where the show is being filmed. Oak Island is a 140-acre tree-covered, privately owned island in Lunenburg County on the south shore of Nova Scotia, Canada.

The crew

Mistery Surroundings

Areas that are investigated in the show include the „Money Pit“, Borehole 10-x, Smit’s Cove, „Nolan’s Cross“, the „Hatch“, the „Watchtower“, and the „Swamp“.

Many lost their lives while pursuing the Oak Island quest

This is a memorial on the island dedicated to those who lost their lives while searching for the mysterious treasure on Oak Island.

Burried treasure

This is the map of the lost and burried treasure on the Oak island.

Rick Lagina

Rick had the interest in the treasure of Oak Island since he was a kid. After he read an article in the „Readers Digest“ which was based on the wood timbers found, the booby traps and the legend of treasure buried there, his passion for treasure hunting got even stronger.

Marty Lagina

Marty Lagina is the brother of Rick Lagina. Marty has a skill to smell the prime location of the destined treasure. Marty is a treasurer, and he’s known for his discovery on the irrefutable proof for the show „The Curse of Oak Island“.

Borehole 10x


When Triton Alliance widened the borehole to allow people access to the depths, Borehole 10X officially became the 29th Shaft on Oak Island.

Money Pit

Back in the 1980’s Oak Island was open to the public and visitors could see the Money Pit, a mysterious hole in the ground which has been baffling treasure hunters for centuries. But no treasure has been recovered from Oak Island to this day.

Money Pit back in the days

Money Pit was discovered in 1795, and originally it was around 200 ft deep. It was filled in by its builders and no one has been able to get to the bottom of it, and there is still no clue who originally dug this pit.

Templar Signs

These strange Templare Knights signs are found on rocks in Nova Scotia.

David Blankenship

David is the son of legendary treasure hunter Dan Blankership. He is a longtime resident of Oak Island, and despite his serious workplace accident 30 years ago that caused him to have limited mobility, he’s never let it slow him down.

How is it done?

Here Mike Huntley is going down the Borehole 10X with deep sea detective John Chatterton.

Rick and Marty went to Scotland


Rick and Marty traveled to Scotland to investigate an incredible theory about the construction of the Money Pit.

Rick working hard

Rick would do anything just to find the treasure.

Even the 32nd president of America was there


On this photo you can see Franklin Roosevelt on Oak Island back in the 1909.