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Here we present the world`s biggest mysteries. Humans` search lead to the most amazing experiences, explorations and discoveries.

Oak Island mystery solved in the Sweet Swan of Avon - The Shakespeare Treasure?

Uploaded on YouTube 18th December 2009 by Videomaker: "Sweet Swan of Avon - The Shakespeare Treasure" introduction to episode 3 Shakespeare

This documentary was shown on Norwegian TV NRK in 2009 in 4 episodes. It`s based on a book written by Petter Amundsen and Erlend Loe from Norway.

In the summer of 2002 the life of organist Petter Amundsen was turned upside down. In his search to learn more about cryptography, he stumbled upon a string of ciphers in Shakespeare's First Folio. He was shocked to find what appeared to be another author, and even more curiously he found a treasure map leading to an island in Nova Scotia, Canada.

In the film Petter meets cryptographers, historians and SHAKESPEARE specialists in fight for support.

Petter's work is based on well known code systems, and every step is thoroughly documented.

When THE SHAKESPEARE CODE is released it could cause a sensation because of the highly controversial implications of the story. Reality exceeds imagination.
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Meeting the Mudmen
in Papua New Guinea

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