LR036 – The Oak Island Money Pit & Other Treasures w/ Jesse Gee

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The Money Pit on Oak Island in Nova Scotia sure has people excited. So excited that they have been digging there FOR CENTURIES trying to find what could be pirate treasure, proof that Shakespeare didn’t write any of his famed works, French Naval treasure or even THE HOLY GRAIL! Who knows though, maybe it’s just a big sinkhole. Either way, the artifacts that have been found by many different dedicated groups throughout the years have kept the dig alive with hopes that someday the mystery will be solved. Jesse Gee returns to the show to help me make some sense of it all. We eventually get into a couple fun stories of possible treasures buried in the Los Angeles area, where he resides. We also reminisce over our personal childhood treasure hunting adventures & tell some buried treasure stories we’ve heard in our lives.

CHECK OUT JESSE’S ARTWORK ON INSTAGRAM:

https://www.instagram.com/jessegeearts/?hl=en

THE MAIN SOURCE FOR THE EPISODE:

https://www.oakislandmoneypit.com/

THE TREASURE FOUND IN 2020:

https://www.npr.org/2020/12/08/944255590/finder-of-treasure-chest-hidden-in-rocky-mountains-reveals-his-identity#:~:text=His%20name%20is%20Jack%20Stuef,offering%20clues%20to%20its%20location.

LISTEN TO:

Umbra Vitae
The Chats
Andrew W.K.
Neon Bone
Charley Pride

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NEW WORD OF THE NITE:

ruc·tion

/ˈrəkSHən/

noun
INFORMAL

a disturbance or quarrel.

  1. “she acted as if there’d been no earlier ruction”

INTRO & OUTRO MUSIC BY LEE DANIEL DINGES

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EMAIL: lostrhetoricpodcast@gmail.com

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