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    Templar Vault Chamber located in New Ross, Nova Scotia

    OK I am sure everyone wants to know why we think the void or chamber is made by the Knight Templars. Well from the info we posted in the post ( tunnels and more found ) I believe we showed proof of 2 Templar Graves, the Castle is in the shape of the Tree of Life, We found many hand cut stones of great quality, many tunnels that carry water to the site and a 996' tunnel that runs west to a round stone foundation that could be a Templar Church. Now we have a well 12' wide with 4' stone walls and 90' deep with a 24'vault chamber under it. Everything about this site says the Knight Templar's were here. Who else would build a well ( NOT A WELL BUT A HOLDING CHAMBER FOR WATER ) This is not a well like everyone thinks, the water is brought in so who ever dug this dug it dry and had plenty of time to work it. Then when ready they ran the water to it and this held a great amount of water ( for what reason). To flood tunnels or Vault Chambers. Its not a well. We believe the water was 90' deep when it was built but something happen for the Templars to fill it in. The 15' room could be a tunnel or smaller room, Not Sure. A lot of ground removal work was done in this area back in the 1960's by the neighbor Sanders. So if this was a escape tunnel most of it is caved in. A few years back Ron Harris asked me to look at Joan Hope's work and try to finish it. Well from what I see Joan Hope and Ron Harris were both right about what they found. This isn't just another Oak Island Money Pit its a new start for a new hunt for answers to what happen here.
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    Vaults found below New Ross holy well
    By Josh Woods
    The co-founders of Clearfield, Pa. based Finders Keepers claim to have located two vaults below the well at the alleged Castle of the Cross ruins in New Ross, Nova Scotia. Dennis and Kem Parada and their team used ground penetrating equipment to locate a 15-foot vault at a depth of 40 feet and a 25-foot vault at 90 feet.
    Finders Keepers has made seven trips to the site since their appearance on History Channel's America Unearthed TV show. In the season finale entitled 'Hunt for the Holy Grail,' their team investigated a well at the site with the show's host, Scott Wolter. It is known locally as the "holy well" by the native Mi'kmaq people.
    Joan and Ron Harris, landowners of the New Ross property from 1972-1990, uncovered stone features and artifacts while landscaping their yard. In a self-published book, Joan Harris attributed their findings to undocumented occupation predating Columbus' arrival in North America.
    Dennis Parada supports the theory that Templar treasure was brought to New Ross by Vikings or Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney. It has been theorized Sinclair left Europe with the remnants of the Knights Templar
    "This site is a duplicate of Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland," said Parada. "The elevation and cardinal direction of both sites match. At Rosslyn there's a 996-foot tunnel from the church to a castle. In New Ross, there's a 996-foot tunnel from the castle to a pile of megalithic stones, possibly marking the spot of a church." Rosslyn Chapel was founded by William Sinclair, 1st Earl of Caithness.
    Dye tests conducted by Finders Keepers proved a manmade tunnel, located below the frost line at a depth of 5 feet, carries water from the top of the mountain to the "holy well." According to Parada, the well may have earned the moniker, because it is the only water in New Ross that is safe to drink. Other wells near the site are polluted by uranium in the bedrock, he said.
    Joan Harris wrote the well was 50-60 feet deep. Parada measured the well's depth at 20 feet, indicating the there are several feet of Earth between the bottom and the previously undiscovered vaults.
    "To locate a void 90 feet under the well is as good as it gets," said Parada. "Oak Island money pit was 90 feet deep. At Rosslyn Chapel they found a chamber at 90 feet with a tunnel."
    Parada hopes to raise enough money to conduct a 3D scan of the vaults, which would show them in greater detail and pique the interest of archeologists. A 3D scan of the site could cost upwards of $15,000, he said.
    "I want a museum with a team of archeologists or someone like that to come in and finish it," said Dennis Parada. "This is something that has to be done properly. I would not send my son or good friends in (the well). I do not want a repeat of the Oak Island Money Pit where several people died attempting to dig up treasure."
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ID:	1205786 Check out our other post ( Tunnels and More found in New Ross ) on this site. It has a lot more info on what we found and plan to do.
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    Yes,Iam interested for sure.Cant wait to see and read more.I believe they where in the area iam working on.Looking forward to more.

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    This is how the Holy Well looks today. It may look like many of the wells in New Ross now, but this one holds the answers to many questions about what happen to the Knight Templars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FinderKeeper View Post
    This is how the Holy Well looks today.

    Looks a lot different then when the grizzly bear was over it.
    Cheers, Loki
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    well well well. theres hope in that well. lol

    so joan was onto something. how come she went all eclectic and made it into a hippie commune if it was intended to be discovered by here and her entourage?

    seems someone was not too concerned with the formalities and tried to live it up as a recluse. thats no way to hide something that important.

    should look into the affairs that landed her there with the knowledge she had.

    and then go look for the ufos!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldo View Post
    well well well. theres hope in that well. lol

    so joan was onto something. how come she went all eclectic and made it into a hippie commune if it was intended to be discovered by here and her entourage?

    seems someone was not too concerned with the formalities and tried to live it up as a recluse. thats no way to hide something that important.

    should look into the affairs that landed her there with the knowledge she had.

    and then go look for the ufos!
    You shouldn't belittle Joan. She did attempt to bring her discoveries to light, but I don't think she fully understood what her finds represented. Actually, IMHO, nobody does yet. Btw, I did see the photo of the grizzly bear protecting the well.
    Cheers, Loki

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    Hi Eldo, you are so wrong about Joan, she did not turn the site into a hippie commune, I don't know were you got that info. The hippies were living there before she moved in. Joan was in her 50's when she bought the house. A friend or two would stop by and camp in the yard at times and that's the picture you see on her web site but she was far from being a hippie or running a commune.
    Quote Originally Posted by Eldo View Post
    well well well. theres hope in that well. lol

    so joan was onto something. how come she went all eclectic and made it into a hippie commune if it was intended to be discovered by here and her entourage?

    seems someone was not too concerned with the formalities and tried to live it up as a recluse. thats no way to hide something that important.

    should look into the affairs that landed her there with the knowledge she had.

    and then go look for the ufos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinderKeeper View Post
    Hi Eldo, you are so wrong about Joan, she did not turn the site into a hippie commune, I don't know were you got that info. The hippies were living there before she moved in. Joan was in her 50's when she bought the house. A friend or two would stop by and camp in the yard at times and that's the picture you see on her web site but she was far from being a hippie or running a commune.
    I hope you didnt take my comments as a troll's.

    I really know very little of what I have heard about the place in the past.

    Must have read the article about her from a critic who posted some negative sounding stuff about her and the area and assumed that she was the one throwing the parties.

    I am sure that the stuff I wrote above was all in good faith, was just curious.

    I meant it is strange to me that she was going on her research but nobody really knew she was around then up in Nova Scotia.

    Seemed somewhat like a private affair was all I am saying.

    BTW I do believe in UFO's. LOL
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    What method was used to confirm the original depth of the well at 90'? If I missed an earlier post, I apologize. It just seems a bit of a coincidence to me. And I would like to be able to rule this out before I myself would proceed.
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    We used a GPL for 3hrs on one side of the well to make sure of its depth and size, then 3hrs on the other side . Our pins were 190' apart. I am 100% correct on a void at 90' and 40' . we done this on different trips over 3 years. On Joans web site she said the well was 60' deep. I talked to Ron Harris and John Neuss and both were on site when she did the measurement. They said it was 60' deep in 1970' Now its only 20' deep.?? An interior wall of the well must of fell in. We see traps in a arch we found. I am sure there are other traps in the walls.
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    And 40 years of silt would add the the fill of the well shaft. Is it possible a large section blocks the shaft at that section, leading the remaining 40 feet open? If the shaft has collapsed, the material is completely saturated, and dangerous to attempt an opening, as encountered at Oak Island. However, this time, a more cautious approach should be made, to avoid the "sinkhole" created again like Oak Island.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swiftfan View Post
    And 40 years of silt would add the the fill of the well shaft. Is it possible a large section blocks the shaft at that section, leading the remaining 40 feet open? If the shaft has collapsed, the material is completely saturated, and dangerous to attempt an opening, as encountered at Oak Island. However, this time, a more cautious approach should be made, to avoid the "sinkhole" created again like Oak Island.
    Their is no water or air pocket below the 20' of water, just the 2 vaults that show up as tunnel/ cave/ void. We shot the GPL down the well at 10' sections, 30',40',50',60',70',80',90' then we went sideways (left ) at 10' shots . We could not shoot to see the with of the 90' vault. There was not enough room to even get close to doing the job. There is a road next to the well with drain pipes and water pipes and the ground is 20' lower . This is why we need a 3D scan done.
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    Oh, wouldn't it be nice to see the GPR scan over the well showing the solid walls, and the disturbed sediment extending below the 50-60 foot(Harris claim)? Also, what is the makeup of the soil around the well? Does it support the idea that water could leech in to the surrounding area, and that disturbing the area by drilling a test hole or side shaft would cause a collapse? Long story short, if the ground would allow it, then maybe it would be more cost/time effective to drill a test hole away from the well aiming for the depth of the void. this will tell you the makeup of the ground to be studied. If you hit ground water, then removal of debris in the well may start a flooding of the shaft as you progress down. The earlier drawing depicts a stone lined shaft leading down to the void. Do we know this to be true of the well? Again, if it was mentioned before I apologize if I missed it. I am just trying to develop my own idea of approach, without disturbing the area at the site, and when I finish, I will submit it here to you and everyone else to review and add to or retract from.
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    No water in this area. The only water in the castle area is brought in 5' under ground in a trench. The ground under the town and the castle in 100% solid dry hard high grade clay, 120' deep then bedrock. We drilled many 20' holes at the site with 3 different rigs, then we dug a 12' deep hole just 2' from the stone walls of the well and the clay stayed dry. The backhoe operator called his boss to come and see this dry hole with the walls staying hard and straight with no cave in. Ya everyone took pictures but me.
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    Some background reading on New Ross - Saint Mary's University | - from St. Mary's University of Nova Scotia.


    Quote Originally Posted by FinderKeeper View Post
    No water in this area.
    Quote Originally Posted by FinderKeeper View Post
    This is how the Holy Well looks today. It may look like many of the wells in New Ross now, but this one holds the answers to many questions about what happen to the Knight Templars.


    Does that mean that all the wells in the area are treasure vaults rather than water wells??
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