Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina now own most of the mysterious Oak Island. Determined to resurrect the 200 year old search for treasure, they explore an abandoned shaft called 10-X. What they find gives them reason to believe that the stories of something buried on the island may very well be true.
As Rick and Marty Lagina begin work to drain a mysterious swamp, they are visited by a woman who lost her father and brother to a tragic accident on Oak Island that gave rise to rumors of a deadly curse.
After dating the Spanish coin they found last summer to 1652, brothers Rick and Marty Lagina return to Oak Island and the strange triangle-shaped swamp to look for more clues to this 200-year-old mystery.
As Rick and Marty Lagina return to Oak Island, they discover that not only does borehole 10-X contain even more secrets than previously thought, but a new technology could prove that there are numerous treasure sites lying all over the island.
After locating the original money pit, Rick and Marty Lagina examine an ancient stone carving that may help prove that Portuguese explorers with connections to the Knights Templar are behind the Oak Island mystery.
Peril strikes during a risky dive as brothers Rick and Marty Lagina double down on their efforts to locate the original Money Pit with the most ambitious engineering operation in Oak Island history. The fellowship of the dig is faced with a tragic loss of one of their own.
New evidence of a European presence on Oak Island more than a century before the discovery of the Money Pit exhilarates the team. Later the team hears some alarming news that threatens to shut down the entire operation.
Danger strikes as the geo-tech drilling team hits a possible void in the Money Pit. With the discovery of a long lost artifact leads to an emotional reunion for one of the surviving members of the legendary Restall family.
A theory is presented that Sir Francis Drake is buried on Oak Island in a vault with gold treasure. It is suggested that the lack of any records documenting Drake traveling to Canada is proof that he must have traveled to Canada
The team hits something in the DMT shaft that may prove to be the last thing standing between it and the answers below; Gary Drayton strikes again when he zeros in on a find that could be a key piece of a missing treasure chest.
With little time before the team must suspend operations for the harsh winter ahead, the fellowship battles the shifting tides of Smith's Cove, and finds evidence that may support one of Dan Blankenship's early theories.
New evidence uncovered at Smith's Cove brings the fellowship closer to deciphering the purpose of the mysterious U-shaped structure, and a previously undiscovered formation may lead to the island's legendary flood tunnels.
While the excavation of Smith's Cove continues to uncover an abundance of ancient structures, Rick, Marty and the team resume the treasure hunt in H8, convinced more than ever it is the site of the money pit.
A stunning structure uncovered in Smith's Cove perplexes the brotherhood like never before; at the Money Pit, the team finds evidence they may have discovered the legendary box believed to contain the Oak Island treasure -- the elusive Chapple vault.
In the season finale, the team is handed a shocking new theory that may connect the Oak Island treasure to the birth of a nation. But it's also the moment of truth for the fellowship as the guys are faced with a difficult choice: quit or continue.
Each episode of The Curse of Oak Island leaves hours and hours of footage on the cutting room floor. In this exciting pre-season special, we'll look back on some of the moments from the last 6 seasons that you've never seen as we anticipate the start of season 7!
After years of searching, the team believes they have found the elusive flood tunnel that will lead them to the Money Pit and Gary discovers a mysterious artifact that may have a connection to the Founding Fathers.
New evidence suggests there was French activity on Oak Island decades before the discovery of the Money Pit and the team may have finally uncovered definitive proof the swamp was man-made centuries ago.
The team may be closer than ever to shutting down the flood tunnels when they discover large amounts of coconut fiber in the uplands. And a compelling new theory suggests the original trio that discovered the Money Pit in 1795 did not come upon it accidentally.
It’s the end of drilling season on Oak Island and after a year that saw the fellowship make a number of groundbreaking discoveries in their quest to solve a 225-year-old treasure mystery, the team is determined not to leave the island without making at least one more historic breakthrough.