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The Best Curse Of Oak Island Episode From Season 6 According To IMDb

Led by brothers Marty and Rick Lagina, the crew of the popular reality TV show "The Curse of Oak Island" has been thrilling viewers by combing over the mysterious island off the coast of Canada for nearly a decade. And Season 6 of the series saw the Laginas and their crew dealing with more evasive treasure and water-logged excavations

Often exploring several locations multiple times, Season 6 of "The Curse of Oak Island" sees some changes to the show and new obstacles to overcome. Right off the bat, the very first episode of Season 6 grants the members of Team Lagina a new headquarters in which to make plans, and plan they do. They develop a strategy to make a dam in order to aid their pursuit of the mysterious treasure of Oak Island, while also recruiting a seismic scanning company. A few episodes later, the "Oak Island" crew starts to drill and dig, and they manage to find items like a crossbow bolt and brooch, as well as create several deep boreholes. Considering the many events that occur in Season 6, which episode is the best, according to IMDb?

Slipway When Wet is IMDb user's favored Season 6 episode

While many Season 6 episodes of "The Curse of Oak Island" received high marks from IMDb users, it is Episode 12, "Slipway When Wet," that ranks the highest with a score of 8.1 out of 10. This particular episode deals with the deep shaft known as H-8. The Lagina Brothers are always trying to pin down the elusive location of an area known as the Money Pit, and speculation abounds that the H-8 shaft may be what they've been looking for.

The H-8 shaft is host to a caisson, which is an engineering system that is made for digging and construction around water by an ingenious method of controlling water levels (via Brittanica). As such, the crew of "Oak Island" deploy a remotely operated vehicle into the shaft, and discover what appears to be an artificially created right-angle corner several feet below the surface. Unfortunately, the bottom of this shaft is flooded and communication with the probe is lost, so the Laginas have to call off this branch of the search. Later in the episode, it is also revealed that a stone found earlier does not have runic symbols on it, but rather a type of Gothic script. These types of stories always drive "The Curse of Oak Island" forward, and this episode seems like it is exactly what IMDb users are looking for from the show.