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‘The Curse of Oak Island’ Season 7 Air Date, Predictions: Destroying Nature for Nothing, Showcasing Greed

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The previous season of “The Curse of Oak Island” saw developments much like all the other seasons before it in that there really wasn’t much of that going on. From the perspective of someone who actually had any interest in finding buried treasure, there might be no point in continuing. Even so, “The Curse of Oak Island” Season 7 is a thing, which means more nature destruction for nothing.

“The Curse of Oak Island” Season 7 is likely to see the same events of digging up dirt and trampling over natural resources that the previous season saw. It can be argued that the signs that the Lagina brothers have found so far have been encouraging, but perhaps that would be pushing it too far. This time, though, it would seem that the point of interest will be on a buried treasure ship, Business Times reports.

From a narrative standpoint, “The Curse of Oak Island” Season 7 might be a lot more focused and will come with more clarity than the previous ones. This is because, throughout the existence of the show, there really wasn’t much of a description of the treasure to speak of. It was simply this valuable piece of history that is supposedly buried under the earth that the brothers are obsessed with.

In “The Curse of Oak Island” Season 7, this target has morphed to potentially take on the shape of a ship that can supposedly be found in the so-called “Money Pit.” This recalls a theory that Fred Nolan had put forward stipulating the same scenario. Of course, there have been plenty of theories put forward regarding the show’s premise had none of them have panned out.

For those who want to continue watching the Lagina brothers dig up dirt and keep finding nothing, “The Curse of Oak Island” Season 7 will premiere this Fall. It’s simply worth noting that, while it may be interesting to many, the show’s activities do impact nature in a bad way.

By Melvin Alfred Wong
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