The Oak Island Medallion is modeled after a popular 17th century gold coin called an Escudo. Cast by a Nova Scotia artisan to look old and recently uncovered, this medallion is slightly larger than a quarter and is very attractive. Many use them as conversation pieces, good luck charms, scratching lottery tickets or simply something to admire. This is our second medallion in the series, and like the first one, it was expertly designed by Robert Dunfield II who’s father searched for the elusive answer to Oak Island’s secret back in the mid sixties.
The Oak Island decal is a peel and stick way to demonstrate your interest in the “Mystery of Oak Island”. Stick just about anywhere: books, fridge, car, window, etc. The actual size is about a business card, 2″ x 3.5″.
The Oak Island Code is a work of parody and fiction. However, the story presented here may eventually turn out to be fact. For who knows what the real “code” to the Oak Island enigma might be. Oak Island, Nova Scotia, is a real place where a treasure hunt has been ongoing since 1795, when evidence of possible buried treasure was first discovered. To date, some $5 million has been expended to solve the mystery, and six lives have been lost in the quest. Not a dime of treasure has ever been recovered. Yet the search continues, because there is irrefutable evidence that someone buried something deep beneath the island many hundreds of years ago. Who they were, what they hid, and whether it is still there are questions that have made this site one of the world’s longest and most expensive treasure hunts. The authors, D’Arcy O’Connor and Danny Hennigar whimsically use dueling
chapters in which their two fictional characters, Karcy and Tank, battle one another for the limelight to determine which one is best suited to solve the mystery. Supported by a cast of many others (all of whom are based on real persons associated with Oak Island in one way or another), Karcy and Tank eventually arrive at the ultimate truth. And it is something that neither of them had foreseen from the start.