O, Canada – the Great White North. Known for hockey, maple syrup, and Templar Knight treasure? King Solomon’s Menorah? Original Shakespearean manuscripts? While all of those might sound absurd (Vermont makes the best maple syrup silly). That and more are believed to be buried at the bottom of the Oak Island Money Pit. An alleged treasure location on Oak Island – a small island off the southern shore of Nova Scotia. Amid 2 centuries of digging, booby traps, and death, no one has discovered the location of the treasure, the origin, or its contents. Truth be told, there’s actually no proof a treasure of any type even exists. And yet, the treasure hunters endure. This week we “drill” into the history of the search and try to get to the “bottom” of the legend’s origin. “Dig” in with us on the podcast that always finds the treasure…at the bottom of the cereal box – Hysteria 51.