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Oak Island Treasure #1 - Captain Kidd

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Hidden : 06/26/2013
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Geocache Description:

A series of 4 caches that will take you on a journey for treasure. Permission has been granted to be on the property.

For centuries, Oak Island has been heralded as the burial ground of great gold and mysterious treasure. This elusive prize has puzzled treasure seekers for years. No one knows for sure if the treasure exists, but the hopes of fortune keep people wondering even to this day.

Captain William Kidd was one of the most notorious pirates in the history of the world. One theory is that Oak Island holds a pirate treasure hoard buried by Captain Kidd , who claimed he buried his treasure "where none but Satan and myself can find it." Some also hold to the theory that Kidd conspired with Henry Every and Oak Island was used as a pseudo community bank between the two.
The belief that Kidd had left a buried treasure contributed considerably to the growth of his legend.

Complete all 4 caches in the series and answer the questions found in each container. The answer will be a number. The sum of all 4 answers completes the journey and a treasure, a limited edition geocoin awaits you! Email your answer to the CO. Please do not post it in your log.

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