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Many stories from the famous Golden Age of Piracy tell the tales of notorious pirate captains, but none can claim that Edward Low was not one of the vilest and cruelest pirate captains of that time. Here you can find out more about his life, from the early age of crime to the heights and lows of his pirate career.
Article reveals why pirates flags were called Jolly Roger, why pirates used them and some examples of real pirate flags.
Peter Easton is one of the most successful pirates of the early 17th century who even managed to retire and spend his treasure in peace. During his short career on the sea, he managed to amass the vast fleet of pirate ships that became stronger than any military might that roamed Atlantic.
Richard Worley was a pirate who operated in the in the Caribbean Sea and the east coast of the American colonies. He was responsible for creating and popularizing one of the most popular pirate flag designs of all time that today everyone recognizes.