By Doug Crowell - Blockhouse Investigations - Nova Scotia, Canada
Back on April 13th 2016, we brought you an article titled, Doctor Schmalz and his enhanced images of 10X video, which took a look at the work that Dr. Schmalz and his colleagues did to improve the image quality of film taken in the 10X Cavity at a depth of 235 Feet below the surface on Oak Island in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia. In it was an image of what could be interpreted as a chest and a handle of some sort (as seen in the image above). We have more images to show you. While we can not say at this time whether or not the following images were among those enhanced by Dr. Schmalz and crew, they certainly have similar clarity.
The following images come from a PowerPoint presentation that was in the collection of files and documents of the late Paul Wroclawski. The presentation was first given by Oak Island author Les MacPhie at Western Shore Nova Scotia on August 11th, 2007. What you are going to see in the following images is a wider angle shot of the area around the "chest". The images are presented in such a way as to zoom out from the image of the "chest & tool handle" that you have already seen, and allow you to see the additional artifacts and their placement in the larger area. The images are time stamped, so you can see that they are presented here out of chronological order. We leave any assessment of what these artifacts might be to the reader.
In the image above, a second and seemingly shorter "tool handle" appears. The "chest" can still be seen in the lower left hand corner of the frame.
There can be no question that there were man made items in the 10X Cavity at the time these images were captured, but what do you think they were or are? Considering the time that has elapsed since these images were recorded, these items may be currently buried in silt. Future efforts in 10X may uncover the true identity of these objects. Until then, we wait just as intrigued by the whole mystery as we ever were.
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