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Re: Oak Island
Lest I be misled would you be kind enough to give a bit of information about
the mysterious non existent Prior of Sion.
Merci dans anticipation
From: Tim Wallace-Murphy <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: 28 November 2000 13:21
Subject: Re: Oak Island
>I ahve always viewed the allegations the Prince Henry had anything to with
>Oak Island with considerable scepticism for the folling reasons, amon
>1) there is not one shred of evidence anywhere linking the St Clairs with
>Oak Island other than Niven and Malcolm's visit earlier this year.
>2) Most of theories suggesting such a link come from highly imaginative
>(please not the careful phraseology) authors who tend to support oddball
>theories linking the non-existant Priory of Sion' to the St Clairs'.
>3) The estimated timescale of Henry's voyages to and stays in the North
>American continenet can only just encompass his visits to Nova Scotia,
>Westford and Newport with all that happened at these sites and cannot,by
>stetch of the imagination, include the construction of the complex tunnel
>system which was deliberately designed to protect the so-called 'Money
>Lastly, the truly inexplicable mystery about the Money Pit is simply this:
>How did so many hard-headed businessmen allow themseleves to be conned into
>sinking such vast amounts of money into such a dubious venture?
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- Re: Oak Island
- From: "Tim Wallace-Murphy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>