Oak Island mystery

Artifacts in the ground

The 1931 the excavations begun under the supervision of William Chappell. They went down to 163-foot shaft 12 to 14 feet to the south-west of what he believed was the site of the 1897 shaft, close to the original pit. At 127 feet number of artefacts - including an axe, an anchor fluke, and a strange looking pick were found. The pick has been identified as a Cornish miner’s poll pick. By this time, the entire area around the Money Pit was littered with the debris and refuse of numerous prior excavation attempts, so the owner of the pick cannot be identified.

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