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Discussion The remains of the pirate Samuel Bellamy?

Discussion in 'The Burning Brig' started by Josip11, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. Josip11

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    Ahoy, me Hearties,

    You all heard of the notorious pirate Captain Samuel "Black Sam" Bellamy who was an English pirate in the early 18th century.

    In 1982 an underwater explorer Barry Clifford discovered a shipwreck 20 miles off the coast of Cape Cod. In 1985 he recovered the ship's bell - "The Whydah Gally 1716".

    Now, conservationists at the Whydah Pirate Museum in West Yarmouth have discovered “part of a skeleton of a crew member,” said Chris Macort, an archaeologist and director of the museum’s ship exhibition.

    Now the scientist in Massachusetts will soon know if the bones discovered belong to the notorious pirate.

    Here is an article covering this topic, feel free to give it a look :)

    Pirate’s Crossed Bones Rise from Ghost Ship – Are They the Remains of Notorious Pirate Samuel Bellamy?
     

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