“The scientific approach to the design of the shaft matches the work that has been discovered in other parts of the world attributed to the knights,” one archaeologist who was familiar with the shaft has said. This archaeological, who has never worked directly at the sight, speculated that if it were to be the Knights Templar that are responsible for this pit the lost golden treasure located at the bottom could possibly be worth as much as one billion dollars at today’s prices.
Many skeptics point out that, due to the natural geographic conditions on the island and surrounding mainland, the shaft could be nothing more than a naturally occurring sinkhole. Still, that hasn't stopped countless individuals and companies from trying to discover what really lies at the bottom of that shaft. The fact that all of the companies have eventually gone bankrupt without ever having found a treasure only helps to further cement the myth that whatever is down there is one of the most valuable treasures out there. The Diamond Supplier continues to follow this story in hopes that some concrete evidence will soon be found.
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