The Curse of Oak Island Season 5 Finale Predictions
With four seasons behind us and many episodes that didn’t bring much excitement, season 5 that is currently airing promises a lot. In the last few chapters of the story, we saw some quite interesting findings, and it looks like the show did pick up the pace by delivering more intriguing things. The overall impression is that we are getting closer to the conclusion and uncovering the secrets that this place hides.
Bone fragments were found and examined, in the end, it has been confirmed that it really is a human bone and that it is of global origins you would not expect to be found on the location. This, and few other findings aroused the imagination of the fans, and soon after that, more theories were delivered, or better say, some old theories were given a new life. Because of this, many people were quite impatient to find out what the new episode and the season finale will bring.
Knights Templar Theory
When it comes to findings, this is not all as the crew found the porcelain pieces that were buried far under the surface. On top of that, a small bit of bookbinding material was added to the list of found items. All this fueled the theory about Knights Templar that according to some speculations did use Oak Island to hide treasure and literature.
Slow Pace Of The Show
We need to say that not much was happening for many episodes and a huge number of fans decided to stop following the show on the regular basis. Instead of watching it each and every week it was noticed that many would just check out the final episode where everything would be summarized. In the end, we could conclude that not much new things were uncovered as the writers were stretching the story about every detail.
Samuel Ball Theory
Another quite interesting theory, which also seems to be quite popular with the hardcore fans is the one about Samuel Ball. This slave turned free man managed somehow to buy a piece of land on Oak Island. According to the stories, Ball was born in South Carolina, and later on, he escaped from the plantation to join the British army and get his freedom. Thanks to John Murray, Governor of Virginia, who brought proclamation in 1775, all black males would gain their freedom for doing so.
From Slave To One Of The Richest Men In Nova Scotia
According to research, it seems that Samuel Ball managed to become one of the richest men in Nova Scotia, but it isn’t clear how he got there. One of the theories suggests that he found the treasure on the island and used it to buy 35 acres of land where he would bring slaves allowing them to live free. This man also formed homestead on the property and it would be fantastic to find out that he used the treasure to improve the position of the black people.
Are Laginas Freemasons?
It is clear that these last few findings are suggesting that Templars were connected somehow to this island. As a result, there were rumors about Lagina brothers being Freemasons. At this moment there are no confirmations on this suggesting that they either are not Freemasons or that they didn’t go public with it. It is known that one of the crew members is in the Masonic order, and in a recent interview it was said by Charles Barkhouse that he has “recently advanced to the Knights Templar level.”
H-8 Drilling To Continue
All the latest pieces that are important for the show and solving of the mystery were found in H-8 borehole, so we expect for the future operations to be oriented near this dig site. One more thing that needs to be taken into consideration is the fact that Rick talked about the possibility of damaging items of value that could be excavated at the location. This means that they will definitely continue but with great caution.