The Curse of Oak Island: MEDIEVAL GOLDEN TREASURE DISCOVERED (Season 8) | History

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  1. I hate all these finders keepers games if I found it and wasn’t allowed to keep all of it i would send them a video of me melting it and crushing the gems with a hammer

  2. We're all Bobbie's now. Like the old saying goes, :"If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bogus!:.

  3. I once found a golden roach 🪳.
    It was staggering like it was drunk on raid. I didn’t wait to see if it would shake off the effects. I squashed it.

  4. So Cool… this great treasure for sure is worthy the millions they put in this island all these years. This show is a joke, i think that even The History Channel agrees on this one.

  5. I wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!!! I wish all of you guys happiness, success and good health in the new year!

  6. If the ten commandments are down there, they are now 3 commandments with 7 holes in it. This isn't archaeology. Any documents are now rotted and stained red. It's not royal purple wood, u stained it, we watched u pour the dye.

  7. Proven to be a piece of the treasure? Hahahahahaha. Hahahahahahaha. Whoever BURIED the real
    treasure probable dropped…maybe a personal possession or something. She said she would SAY it was gold but didn't prove it.

  8. So is it brass or gold if its plated would it be 700 years old so is it so Bobby dazzler plated would make it not that old now come on.

  9. What's with the click-bait tag line History? 4 Minutes of your life due to some intentionally misleading video description, no problem.

  10. I was younger when I watched the 1st season, cant believed this would go 6 years before they find a real treasure. (Makes me feel old)


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