Like a lot of posters I have encountered over the years who have a venomous disregard for the printed word, you still refuse to answer my questions and instead, pass it off to the Joltes web site, that is pathetic. If you can’t stand behind your scurrilous claims, then don’t parrot other’s work. I now understand your position, you don’t have one, other than a curiously obtuse way of twisting words and firing off really weird allegations.
In showing that dye put into bore hole X-10 didn’t leak into the bay…OK
That’s right, it didn’t leak into the bay, you got it, and believe it or not, that is quite important. It leaked elsewhere proving a connection they hardly saw coming. I won’t bore you with where it showed up as I’m sure you will have a smart assed quip to add to it and it wouldn’t matter what I said, there is no proof in the world “eyechart the magnificent” will accept. I don’t have to look at the Woods Hole web site to know what they recorded in their findings on Oak Island, in fact, I have a copy of it right here.
One thing I should let you in on, organizations like Woods Hole who work for private funders are not likely to provide public copies of private work as that is frowned upon, it is called maintaining a level of confidentiality. That may be one reason why they did not publish the report.
You being a tour guide, and having apparently written or at least contributed to books on Oak Island (Books which are for sale presumably…are your tour services also for sale or do you work just for tips) just places you with a conflict of interest in identifying the truth....
Actually, the book I co authored is clearly not a serious treatise on the history of Oak Island you would know that if you bothered to have a look. Collectively, four of us donated our time and skills to set this up (three of us paid for it out of our own pockets) so the Oak Island Tourism Society could have a very unique fund raising scheme, and it has worked very well. You would be surprised to learn where that book has ended up, all over the world.
I have acted as consultant on one film, many radio shows, four books, dozens of newspaper articles and a few magazine stories. Like the aforementioned, the tours I do of Oak Island during Explore Oak Island Days is all done for free, I have not received a single penny for my time or efforts. However, I do conduct private presentations on the history of Oak Island, for a fee I may add, excepting for a few circumstances, like schools and not for profit groups who have no budget. I wish you were close enough to attend one, you may learn something and get a chance to ask me a few questions face to face instead of this nonsense you barrage me with. As for tips, the last one I received for doing work regarding Oak Island was in 1974 and to be honest, I don’t want any.
Canada…beautiful country up there, but no Disney World for the tourists...
That you do not find Oak Island an interesting place is no skin of my nose. That you think every bit of it is a hoax is a shamefully uninformed opinion on your part and you should be ashamed of yourself for displaying your ignorance so publically. Finally, that you think people have been perpetuating known lies, making tons of money (lawyers excepted) and defrauding the public then the joke is on you. As the famous blues musician Dutch Mason used to say, “you can lead a horse to water, but it takes a big man to drown him.”