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Pirate Treasure Found? Whydah Gally Explorer Barry Clifford Claims To Have Found Booty Of Pirate Ship

An underwater archaeological explorer, who found the wreck of the Whydah Gally pirate ship over three decades ago, claims to have uncovered treasures from the ill-fated ship. According to AP, Barry Clifford revealed that a huge pile of metal has been detected at the site of the shipwreck near Cape Cod. He believes that this... Read more » Pirate Treasure Found? Whydah Gally Explorer Barry
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