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June 19, 2019

The Curse of Civil War Gold – History Channel Review

We are working on getting a post about toxic foods, honest. In the mean time we feel like we need to do a post about this show that is is the second season and a spin-off of The Curse of Oak Island.  Marty from Oak Island first met with these guys and now Marty’s son is directly involved in this show.  We watched a few of season one, but the only thing we found is “There isn’t any curse on the Civil War Gold”.  The only reason that put “The Curse of” in the title is because it’s a spin off of Oak Island.  Right off we were suspect about this show.

Last season the point was to find the gold that was supposedly dumped into Lake Michigan and they had the need to justify this to Marty so that Marty would back them in their search.  They did and this season they started diving on where they thought the gold was in Lake Michigan.  This is where they expect the viewers to trust them. Get this.  The dive down and find what looks like a wreck sight and they find some objects the size of a brick.  Yes, the size of a brick would indicate a gold bar to us and if it was us we would grab that “brick” and take it to the surface and scrap it off to see if it is a gold bar BUT instead, they say “We can’t move or touch anything we find because the State of Michigan must give us a permit.”  If you believe this then we have a bridge to sell you.  They have been searching for this gold for years and now they are close, but they don’t touch the object(s) when no one is looking (Turn off the camera).  Come on folks!  The only “curse” has to be watching this nonsense.

Then of course they seem to find that there is some sort of huge conspiracy also involved in the dumping of this gold so off they go chasing rumors as to prove their new theory.  By the way if you listen to what the “voice” commentary is saying then that should throw you way off in where these guys are going.  Then one day they were scanning a property looking for a tunnel and the device they were using showed what looked like a tunnel under the ground.  Good huh?  No, the excuse they gave for not being able to dig is because they need permission from the owners of the property.  Figures, Right?  This show is right up there to when on April 21, 1986 when Geraldo Rivera went searching live for “The Mystery if Al Capone’s Vaults” on a live broadcast and found nothing.  It was a total bust!  All he found was debris. (The video is on Geraldo’s web site)

Our opinion is if you want to know how this will end, then watch the last show otherwise go search for something else to watch at this time.  (We suggest America’s Got Talent)

We have nothing to add at this time except to say to today’s Uber riders we shared a car with, that was an awesome ride and it was great to be around “like-minded” people.  God bless all of our subscribers and followers.  And to Mario the Uber driver on the way back we say “Hallelujah”!!

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