by Doug Crowell and Kel Hancock, Blockhouse Investigations
Let us start by apologizing for the sparse postings on our blog the last few months. You may be happy to know that the reason for the lack of articles is that we have been greatly occupied on several very rewarding research projects (more on that later). In pursuing that research, one of the search results brought up this photo from the Robert Dunfield Excavation Gallery on Jo Sayer's invaluable Oak Island Treasure Website. You can visit her website here, and we urge that you do, http://www.oakislandtreasure.co.uk.
Judging by this photo, what Robert Dunfield discovered in 1965 looks very much like the suspected French Drains uncovered by the Laginas, Craig Tester, the Blankenships, Dan Henskee and Charles Barkhouse this summer (2016).
That is all for the moment, however some much more robust articles are already in the works.
Goodnight from The Blockhouse!
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