Who Found
Dunfield
When Found
1965
Where Found
Money Pit area. Several boreholes (approximately 139' to 189')
Firsthand / Secondhand
References
R.V. Harris "The Oak Island Mystery", pg. 183. D'Arcy O'Connor,, "The Big Dig", pg. 147. "Herald Chronicle" article dated march 22, 1966
Location Today
Approximately 10' to 20' north and west of Chappell's and Hedden Shafts respectively
Oddity Factor
0
Assessment of Authenticity
4: Appears 10' to 20' too deep to be explained by other searchers shafts (e.g. 1931 Chappell/Hamilton)
Comments
Compare with Nixon's and Greene's experiences. Dunfield claimed it was floored with iron.
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