Caribbean Pirate Treasure - Season 2
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Adak Island centers on an old pirate tale that stretches back to 1892. Back then, a pirate buried gold on Adak Island worth over $300 million. He died before he could return though, stashing said gold in tin cans across the landscape. His treasure is still out there, somewhere across the inhospitable terrain of this island.
I think a season 2 is needed.How eciting it must of been to find the two coins on the last possible day before winter spooped in and left the treasure hunters out in the cold. There are too many unanswered questions for our heros. How much are the two coins worth Did the dirt that was removed from Red Bluff Hill fall into the hands of modern day pirates and are now part of a very rich a numismatist secret stash of coins! Or did the US military unearth the coins in 1943 and used the bullion to help finance the CIA during the cold war Pirates, gold coins, bombs, booby traps, deadly terains, modern technology,and a fasinating story! I think it has all the ingredients for a second season.
The Whydah sank in 1717 carrying hundreds of thousands of gold coins and other artifacts. It is the only pirate treasure ever found. More is still being found at the wreck site off the coast of Cape Cod.
\"When people see it, it's like they are looking at the only T. Rex ever to be found,\" said Barry Clifford, who discovered the ship and is therefore the owner of all the treasure. \"It's the only pirate treasure in the world.\"
This movie is all about Johnny Depp, who camps it up from one action-packed scene to the next. Let's see: There's a giant sea monster, a voodoo princess, barnacle-encrusted pirates, a desert island, hungry cannibals, buried treasure, a ghost ship, an insane sword fight, and every other pirate cliché you can think of. Really, it gets a little exhausting, and after the first hour or two, the whole thing starts to wear on your psyche -- even Depp's drunken pirate schtick, which seemed so fresh and fun in the first movie. The storyline puts Will and Elizabeth's romance on the back burner, and that's what helped to give the first movie some depth. Still, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest is a lot of fun, moves along fairly well, and ends with a great cliffhanger. It would have been better if they'd chopped off about 30 minutes in the middle.
James McGraw, better known as James Flint, is a pirate captain in the Caribbean, known throughout the West Indies as one of the most feared of all the Golden Age pirates. Originally a lieutenant of the Royal Navy, the death of his lover and his own personal disgrace in England drives a simmering rage in him, and a propensity towards breathtaking violence. In order to hold off the civilisation, he will make himself ruler of Nassau through any means necessary. To accomplish his goals, he started the hunt for the Urca de Lima, the richest Spanish treasure galleon in the New World.
Once the ship reached Nassau, Flint and Silver went ashore to ask Captain Hornigold to join them on their journey to the Urca's wreck, as they would need at least one more ship to defeat the Spanish soldiers who guarded the treasure. To their surprise, they saw Hornigold's pirate flag flying over the small shack and not over the fort as they had expected. Flint learns that Vane has taken over the fortress, and must be dealt with before he can safely bring the Urca gold back. He demands that Eleanor do something about Vane, but he worries she cannot be trusted.
But the worst offense of Black Sails is all the TALK. TALK. TALK. Ad nauseam. I fast-forwarded through most of the first 3 seasons while binge watching. Obviously I missed some plotpoints, thank God, because every plotpoint I did catch was ridiculous & contrived. Four season fighting over ONE chest of treasures that never gets pilfered Really Do they understand what a pirate is
Outer Banks was recently renewed for Season 4, but no word on when it'll drop on Netflix. This time around, the gang will be helping find a lost treasure from Edward Teach aka Blackbeard, an English pirate from the early 1700s. 59ce067264