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Oak Island 1632
by James a. McQuiston Fsasct




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Early in 2017, James A. McQuiston wrote a book entitled Oak Island Missing Links, exploring, in a logical, pragmatic fashion, the many mysteries that surround Oak Island, Nova Scotia. McQuiston was then asked to present his theories to the current treasure hunters on Oak Island, in person. He traveled there in early June 2017, having expanded his research dramatically for this special presentation. A few specific questions were asked of him, and so, upon his return home, he delved further into these areas. After presenting a few more answers and theories, McQuiston was encouraged to write a second book. In this case, the book would focus almost entirely on the evacuation of Scots settlers from Port Royal, Nova Scotia, in the year 1632, and why it might be believed that it was they who lost or purposely scuttled a ship in the man-made swamp of Oak Island, and buried other items in the so-called Money Pit. Many tantalizing bits of new information rose to the surface during the writing of Oak Island 1632 that lead to the distinct possibility that this year was, in fact, the very year the Money Pit was created.

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Overview

Early in 2017, James A. McQuiston wrote a book entitled Oak Island Missing Links, exploring, in a logical, pragmatic fashion, the many mysteries that surround Oak Island, Nova Scotia. McQuiston was then asked to present his theories to the current treasure hunters on Oak Island, in person. He traveled there in early June 2017, having expanded his research dramatically for this special presentation. A few specific questions were asked of him, and so, upon his return home, he delved further into these areas. After presenting a few more answers and theories, McQuiston was encouraged to write a second book. In this case, the book would focus almost entirely on the evacuation of Scots settlers from Port Royal, Nova Scotia, in the year 1632, and why it might be believed that it was they who lost or purposely scuttled a ship in the man-made swamp of Oak Island, and buried other items in the so-called Money Pit. Many tantalizing bits of new information rose to the surface during the writing of Oak Island 1632 that lead to the distinct possibility that this year was, in fact, the very year the Money Pit was created.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781977505040
  • ISBN-10: 197750504X
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: September 2017
  • Page Count: 174
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.37 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.46 pounds


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