Captured by Pirates: 22 Firsthand Accounts of Murder and Mayhem on the High Seas

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John Richard Stephens
Fern Canyon Press, 1996 - Travel - 392 pages
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Twenty-two accounts of people, mostly professional seamen, who were captured by pirates. Most of the accounts span across 100 years, from the early 1700's to the early 1800's, and cover a wide ... Read full review


I Could See Death Staring Me in the Face
The Most VillainousLooking Rascals
They Hoisted the Bloody Flag a Signal for Death

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Stephens has had many different occupations ranging from driving an armored truck and working as a professional photographer to being a psychiatric counselor at a couple of hospitals and a security officer for the U.S. Navy.

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