Oak Island Post

I do not think his theories are correct, but the article contains information that we can use. Mr. Bowdoin is not aware of the existence of Nolan’s Cross and all the information uncovered by Dan & David Blankenship, and the Lagina brothers. I find it interesting that he said he saw the 90 foot stone in Creighton’s book store, and that motivated him to get other adventurous investors and secure a Canadian permit. Later in the article he writes that he does not think there were symbols on the rock, because he does not think they could have worn off. His beliefs seem to differ radically from the man who was in charge of the first boring. Does anyone know who that nameless man was? In the first paragraph the article references a story published years before by Josephine Fedra, and I cannot locate those archives, it may contain more useful facts.
OakIslandCollierMagazine

Leave a Reply