Blackbeard ship found


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He killed for the reputation, and his reputation has become legend.
His real name, which may have been Edward Teach or Thatch, is the subject of speculation, as are his birthplace and birth date. Nearly three centuries ago, the notorious pirate Blackbeard ran aground in his ship, the Queen Anne's Revenge. He knew how to navigate and he knew how to be cruel..This month, a crew of 13 heads out to sea each day, hoping for clear-enough weather to dive the 20 to 25 feet to the ocean bottom to excavate what they believe is Blackbeard's ship.The team has found cannons, a bell, lead shot of all sizes, gold dust, pewter cups and medical devices,like a urethral syringe used to treat syphilis with mercury. But will they find the remains of the most notorious pirate that ever sailed those waters.. More pictures inside..





Blackbeards ship


These are the items found on the ship


Blackbeard himself


Just a little picture of how his wife might have looked like..

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  1. Anonymous Steve 

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