Recap The Curse of Oak Island (In a Rush), Season 9, Episode 7: It All Adze Up
The Curse of Oak Island (In a Rush), Season 9, Episode 7: It All Adze Up
“The Curse of Oak Island (In a Rush)” and we’re recapping the season 9 episode ‘It All Adze Up’. So, what happened with those pesky archaeologists out of the way? The team is free to go looking for the ship-shaped anomaly in the swamp they have not been finding for years, only this time they’re going to use a new excavator with an 80-foot arm.
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Maybe they could use that to dig up the money pit instead of those tiny boreholes. It should also be noted they’re digging exactly where their scanning says the ship isn’t. They find a log, a piece of wood, and another piece of wood. Rick analyzes the log with scientific sniffing and determines it’s significant. A new borehole named F2 finds wood. Good thing that segment didn’t end up on the editing room floor.
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Metal detecting on lot 4 finds an iron spike and an adze head, which they insinuate could have been used for shaping ancient Egyptian boats. But it is later identified as being English and from 1620 to 1740, which somehow definitively connects it to Xena’s thoroughly discredited map. A war room meeting uses signs to prove the button from last week is a British button from the 1700s, and the impossibly thin abnormally small metal bit is somehow from a Portuguese Templar cannon, a tiny tiny cannon.
Tune in next time when we learn why the Templar ship sunk in the swamp. Well, because it’s a holy ship. I think it’s all the cold medicine that makes me think that’s funny. Oh well, yeah, I’m still sick. I don’t sound it at all. Thanks for watching everybody. If you enjoyed the episode, go ahead and hit the like button, subscribe, watch the old episodes, and I’ll see you again next week.”