SPOILER ALERT: Curse of Oak Island “Sword Play” — Disgruntled Employee Spills The Beans! — Medium

George is Curious to see if YOU will see just how bad Oak Island is operated? Is the Island imploding?

Seems former Oak Island Tours employee and communications director George Johnson has just spoiled the much anticipated “Sword Play” episode everyone has been waiting for on the History Channel’s Curse of Oak Island Series.

POTENTIAL PAYBACK FOR MISTREATMENT? LAWSUITS PENDING?

On a wildly circulating group of Facebook posts and a vast array of private messages to as many people who will listen, disgruntled George is curious if he can get people to turn against the Laginas if they really know just how bad the whole operation is run.

We are going to leave the evaluating of the contentious situation and employee complaints from George and let you read the facts direct from George, but what does have us curious is the SPOILERS George and other locals working with George are now sharing with anyone who will listen.

Source: SPOILER ALERT: Curse of Oak Island “Sword Play” — Disgruntled Employee Spills The Beans! — Medium

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One thought on “SPOILER ALERT: Curse of Oak Island “Sword Play” — Disgruntled Employee Spills The Beans! — Medium

  1. marksinfo123

    I think the real treasure on Oak island is the people that sell the Laginas the equipment to be used for the show, they have been all over the Island and nothing has come up and it probably will never will. I think that the History Channel is making money for the show , but that is running out and people are losing interest.

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