by James McQuiston
Celtic Guide Magazine
Two of our main writers submitted articles at nearly the same time, so I decided to give you a little tease of their stories, and then you can click on the link to read the rest of their November 2019 tales.
Also, coincidently, both articles involve a war veteran, and both mention King George V and WW I.
I really appreciate their submissions and also all the work the admins of the Celtic Guide Facebook page do to keep that running smoothly.
We're in our eight year of the online publishing of Celtic Guide, with a vast library of Celtic related articles and music – all presented to you absolutely FREE.
Meanwhile, I've been very busy with my Oak Island project. My theory was chosen as #6 out of 25 of the top theories for the Oak Island mystery. Many theories never even made it to the Curse of Oak Island TV show (the top cable TV show during its season), so that was pretty neat.
I appeared on the show on April 9, 2019 and that episode has been viewed about five million times. That might be a low estimate, but there were three and half million viewers for just the first airing, and it's been on a few times since. Also, I appeared again on the Top 25 Theories show, in October 2019.
I am finishing up my fourth book on the subject. It will be the last in this historical set of books. In the future, I may approach the mystery using a different format, but there's still plenty to do before that day ever comes.
You can check out some of my work at
Alison's New Story
Craig's New Story