LOL……This proves the OP is just here seeking attention.
Perhaps a previous OP who is coming back with a different user name once again attempting to gain relevance thru fictional story telling.
Mark Write stated: "He points out that if you are in a debate, it is always best to use provable facts."
Please provide your facts that anything (tunnels, treasures, etc.) exist on hoax island.
There are volumes of facts here that prove otherwise. You need to do your own reading.
One cannot use the Equinox with the coil ears snapped off...just saying.
Waiting for Calabash Digger's review of the Manticore.
His reviews are honest and intuitive. Clearly showed the Equinox was clearing lacking in regard to the Deus II.
The Manticore is obviously Minelab's attempt to...
Research is your friend.
Besides that, Dunfield dug up parts of that area that you are claiming contains a, “secret tunnel” and NOTHING was there but dirt and water.
One member once posted that the money pit contained a space/time portal that took templars and their treasure to Mars. Good luck...
Anyone can take maps, play around with geometric patterns and come up with any number of ways to provide markers to anything.
There was once a website that professionally debunked all hoax island fables, old and new. Then the laginas purchased the site and took it down hoping to extend their...
Yet others have given the Deus II great reviews.
Of course personal preference plays a part in evaluations.
Perhaps Minelab found a better coil mounting method on the Manticore so one can be in the field hunting vs. waiting for a coil to be delivered?
With the XP Deus II‘s taking performance exponentially to the next level, is the Manticore a rushed product in Minelab’s effort to remain relevant?
Garret has certainly dropped off the map in regards to performance.
Zena was proven to be a quack a long time ago.
I suggest you go back thru all the hoax island threads and posts here.
The hoax of oak island has been going on for quite a while with many, many “experts” attempting to gain relevance from promoting the hoax.
Mark: Above you state, “solve he problem”.
You are assuming based on hoaxers and their fictional stories over the past 200+ years that a treasure is there and the problem is finding it.
The real problem is that there never was a treasure.