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  1. Dr. Lori Verderame
    April 21, 2017

    Thank you for your recount of the 2 hour season 4 finale and additional commentary. For your information, the links to Dr. Lori Verderame’s website and her comments on her role in the Oak Island treasure hunt is http://www.DrLoriV.com and http://www.Facebook.com/DoctorLori

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    • Hammerson Peters
      April 22, 2017

      Dr. Lori! Thanks for checking us out, and for the links.

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  2. Mike Rogers
    March 3, 2017

    Hi,
    Just wanted to say that you do a great job with this website. I love the more “in depth” analyses you provide along with the additional historical contexts. Thank you! I really do hope the Laginas and the History Channel continues this series. It is by far the most interesting show on TV right now. And if they do, I also hope you continue providing these episode recaps. They are great!!

    Take care,
    Mike

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    • Hammerson Peters
      March 3, 2017

      Thank you so much for the kind words, Mike! There’s nothing more gratifying than knowing that your work is being enjoyed and put to good use. If ‘The Curse of Oak Island’ is renewed next year, we will definitely be doing similar plot summaries and analyses of the episodes.

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  3. Marvin Rogers
    March 2, 2017

    Since finding the bone in X-10, nothing more has been said. Is it human or animal? How old is it?

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    • Hammerson Peters
      March 2, 2017

      Hi Marvin, thanks for the question. I don’t know for sure, and can’t speak with any authority on this, but I assume the bone is a cat bone (if it was human, they almost certainly would have mentioned it in the show). Back in Season 1, they performed a similar flushing operation in 10-X and brought up some small bones. They turned out to be cat bones, belonging to one of Dan Henskee’s kittens that fell into the shaft sometime in the 1970’s.

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