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Cracking the Shakespeare Code: The Seven Steps to Mercy – Part 3 | History Documentary

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In this episode, Crumpton and Amundsen head off on a treasure hunt together. They end up at Oak Island, a legendary treasure island of the coast of Nova Scotia, where they find identical bizarre stones at key points on Petter’s map. Then, when they approach the most important point on the map, all their equipments and compasses stop working…

This series tells the amazing story of Petter Amundsen, a Norwegian organist, who believes he has deciphered a secret code hidden in Shakespeare’s first folio. The code reveals a treasure map where mythical objects described in the bible and controversial manuscripts are hidden.

In this three part series, we learn how the map functions and about the codes often hidden in Renaissance art. We discover who might have wanted to hide the treasure and how they did it and journey across the world to a tiny island in Nova Scotia in search of the treasure. We follow Amundsen and Dr Robert Crumpton, a sceptical historian, on their quest to discover the truth. Also available as a film.


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