Viking artifacts found

The hat was a dead giveaway.

Hiding in plain site.

A groundbreaking archeological discovery in Tisbury has confirmed that Vikings were indeed the first non-native visitors to the Island. “The most amazing thing is that this long boat was hiding in plain sight for over a thousand years,” said archeologist Dr. Jacques Moureau. “Carbon dating and the inscription inside the helmet ‘Olaf DeBettencourt,’ sealed the deal,” he said.

(April Fools.)