Avid followers of this popular active reality television series were delighted when History first confirmed that it would be back for another run. Rick and Marty Lagina have been working very hard to solve the 200-year-old mystery hounding the 57-hectare privately owned island in Lunenberg County in the south shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. Though the pair and their team members have found quite a lot of interesting pieces, they would continue their exploration in The Curse of Oak Island Season 7.

Viewers are wondering where the next location could be in the imminent new installment. History has not yet revealed the official synopsis of The Curse of Oak Island Season 7, pushing fans to create theories and speculations about the show. Reports claimed that most scenes the upcoming seventh installment would happen in The Swamp.

To recall, Rick, Marty Lagina, and their team were sighted having underground testing in the Season 6 finale. It is speculated that a ship could be buried underneath The Swamp, which is a theory that was passed on throughout decades. Hence, it is highly possible that this specific place would be the focus on The Curse of Oak Island Season 7.

Other rumors suggested that the Lagina brothers are, also, exploring the H8 Shaft in The Curse of Oak Island Season 7. Devoted followers of the series can recall that the team found something at 170-feet deep underground that looks like a man-made chamber. This, according to reports, could be a hint that the team would be able to unleash Chapell's Vault, which is said to be the original Money Pit.

Aside from The Swamp and H8 Shaft, Rick, Marty Lagina, and the rest of their group mates are projected to excavate the Smith's Cove as well in The Curse of Oak Island Season 7. It is believed that the wooden structures found in the previous installment came from a passageway to the Money Pit. The team even tested the wood, which is said to be from the 1700s.

Though the two Michigan-born brothers continue to believe that there are treasures hidden in the tree-infested island, many have already expressed that there is no enough reason to believe in the two-decade-old theory and suggested that The Curse of Oak Island Season 7 is not necessary anymore. "It's nothing beyond an interesting example of pop culture obsession and greed," Pirates of the Atlantic author and historian Dan Conlin stated. "There's nothing there beyond a natural sinkhole filled up with 200 years of junk from treasure hunting. It's just the generations of treasure hunters who have created a self-sustaining myth that keeps going and going," he went on.

The up-and-coming seventh installment is said to premiere in November 2019 on History Channel. Stay tuned to Business Times for more The Curse of Oak Island Season 7 spoilers, theories, predictions, news, and updates!