字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 NARRATOR: Jack Begley and metal-detection expert Gary Drayton are beginning to search near the so-called eye of the swamp for any important clues or artifacts. Got a target, mate. [beeping] It's right in there. Oh, I like this matrix, nice and thick, thick enough to trap good coins and artifacts. JACK BEGLEY: Oh, I think I got it. Oh yeah, it's moving. Ooh. Oh, wait. Now look at. That's a really old pick. You don't think that this is Fred Nolan's? No, I don't think it's Fred Nolan's because it is fairly chunky. It's old because it's so heavy. And then look, a more modern one would be more round. This is that nice oval shape because back in the day they would have a wooden handle, and they would shave it down. It wouldn't be like a machine-made round one. And this is cool. It's got that-- the tines or the picks are really short. So you would have used this for tunnelling because you know what a big-old pickaxe is like. Normally it's got two really big pick parts to it. This hasn't. This is more of a tunneling tool. NARRATOR: An old iron pickaxe possibly used for tunneling and found near the eye of the swamp? Dry. It's very tight. NARRATOR: Earlier this year while investigating a 200-foot-long anomaly detected by seismic scanning, the Oak Island team obtained core samples of unusually hard-packed clay up to 40 feet deep in the swamp, creating ideal conditions for tunneling beneath the area. Interestingly enough, you probably could tunnel through this stuff, right? Oh yeah. Oh, no question. There has been talk of tunnels in the swamp like some kind of back entry to the money pit. Well, if you're going to be digging in the swamp and tunneling, you would need a little tunnel pick like the pick that Jack and I just pulled out of this hole. What the heck is this tunneling pick doing over here? We're so far away from the money pit. GARY DRAYTON: Yep. Who's been tunneling or digging around here? It's an artifact that we can have tested and see how it lines up with all of the other artifacts we found in the swamp this year. NARRATOR: Could Jack and Gary have found further evidence to support the notion that a large-scale tunneling operation took place in this area centuries ago? And if so, could it also be connected in some way to both the mysterious paved area and the eye of the swamp located nearby? We should take it to Carmen Legge. GARY DRAYTON: Oh yeah because I think he's going to be excited about this. And you know what? We ain't finished shopping yet. I just think we're going to keep finding stuff in here. Yeah. GARY DRAYTON: Let's see if there's anything else in the area.