It started way back in history, a filthy and grey morning exactly 1100 at Cape Cod in the godsforgetted year 1717, one thief received this days first mug of Golden Rum.
He drank quickly and felt a thousand natural chocks keeping his motor going while he was awaiting Ol' Chumbuck and Le Grotesque, who organised their stocks of Gun Powder for upcoming led administration.
He stomped his left wooden leg in the dirt beneath - because he know that his time is short. In his posession - with his posse's admittance - he had an latin inscription on how to find The Codex Gigas (The Devils Bible) and furthermore - revealing who made it...
The legend behind the 160 donkeyskins used for the book didnt frightened this lousy Captain.
Black Sam had sweatdrops dripping down his Hairy cheek down on his bloodred and sandful coat - this day of April 25th because he knew that he soon would steal a more famous and glorious ship, than neither his own ship Galley Sultana nor "the Revenge"
He knew they were short of time to hide their five tons of silver, gold, golden dust, and jewelry, which had been divided equally into 180 fifty-pound bags and stored in chests below the ship's deck.
Thomas Davis, John Julian and Captain Prince suddenly entered the bar while shooting the roof... Black Sam yelled and let Two fly! - "We, the gentlemen of destiny, lets cut The anchor and sail to miss Maria Hallett!
They didnt now how dangerous and deadly this decision was going to be...
Whydah Gally of course sank taking a majority of 144 drunken lawlesss souls with it down to Davey Jones Locker...the Whydah, on April 26, 1717, sailed into a violent storm dangerously close to Cape Cod. The ship was driven onto the shoals at Wellfleet. At midnight she hit a sandbar in 16 feet of water some 500 feet from the coast. It was Pummelled by 70 mile-an-hour winds and 30 to 40 foot waves, the main mast snapped, pulling the ship into some 30 feet of water where she violently capsized. The 75 cannons on board ripped through the overturned decks of the ship and quickly broke it apart, scattering its contents over a 4-mile area.
By morning after The ship sank, 102 pirate corpses were washed up on the shoreline. Nine members of Black Sams crew survived the storm and wrecking. In October of 1717, six were tried as pirates and hanged in Boston three weeks before King George's official pardon of all pirates. Nothing from Whydas treasures were found back then, even the hundred of tons of cannons were like vanished...
Although, two cannons were recovered by underwater explorer Barry Clifford in August 2009, weighed 800 pounds and 1,500 pounds respectively.
Early in the morning - a few "moon-cussers" together with the Gentlemen of Destiny, who survived Whydah, plundered the remains on that beach. Furthermore, they took the worlds most dangerous secret from Black Sam.
They sailed away with their other own ship, the 10-gun sloop Marianne, which later was burned.
Where did they go? Some people think that they sailed away with a new mythical ship - not The flying Dutchmen, but instead a ship more famous in modern times of the 21th century, The Pirate Bay.
Today at shady darksome sailor ale-houses, you can hear whisperers about the Gentlemen of Destinys spring-offs doing business these days within trade and merchandises... Hohoho, who could believe such fairytales and nonsens....
To be continued - in the future all rivers shall fade to black