Here are drawings of the stones with mysterious inscriptions that have been found on Oak Island. Try to figure out what they mean or go to Translations where it will be laid out for you?
Stone with Inscriptions found at 90 feet in The Money Pit
This is a facsimile drawing of the larger stone which was found at the 90 foot level in the Money Pit. Unfortunately the stone itself has since disappeared. The markings were recorded and translated by a Halifax University language professor around 1866. You can see his translation here, but some people are skeptical of it as well as the recorded markings. At the time, the translation was being used to help raise money for further searches.
Stone Fragment with Inscriptions found at Smith's Cove
This is a sketch of the stone fragment found under the Smith's Cove beach in 1936. The inscription appears to be genuine and the markings do correspond to those on the original stone.
Stone Found under Smith's Cove beach by Bob Restall
Bob Restall thought it was genuine, from the original builders. Others claim it's a hoax left by previous searchers.