Captain Kidd

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Scottish sea captain who was hired to protect British shipping in the Indian Ocean and then was accused of piracy and hanged (1645-1701)

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Apparently soon after his hanging, some of Captain Kidd's story entered the popular entertainment media in the form of a popular ballad, "Captain Kid's Farewel to the Seas; or, the Famous Pirate's Lament" (13-14).
The video tutorials, Pyrates: Truth Be Told (Arlen et al., 2011 b) and Captain Kidd: Pirate or Privateer?
"The most important find in Dominican waters since the discovery of Captain Kidd's ship Quedagh Merchant in 2007," said Wilfredo Feliz, Director of the DR Ministry of Culture Sub-aquatic Patrimony Office.
The wreck has remained undiscovered all these years just 70ft off the coast of Catalina Island in the Dominican Republic and the find is valuable because of the potential to reveal important information about piracy in the Caribbean and about the legendary Captain Kidd.
Christopher Columbus, Ponce De Leon, Captain Kidd, and the architect Eiffel had all known the caves, beaches, and jungled cliffs of Puerto Rico's abandoned Mona island.
Read about famous pirates such as Anne Bonney and Captain Kidd, listen to pirate jokes, or play Pirate Tiles (a form of mahjong solitaire) and Pieces of Eight (similar to the game Bejeweled),
Written by Captain Charles Johnson in 1724, it's the book that brought Bluebeard and Captain Kidd to public prominence.
Taylor, meanwhile, experiences new found freedom when she becomes Captain Kidd for a day.
People think the typical pirate is a mixture of Edward Teach (Blackbeard), Captain Kidd, Long John Silver, Captain Hook and Errol Flynn.
The game, played on a treasure map that is cleverly aged and illustrated to look like it's right out of the pocket of Captain Kidd, is replete with all sorts of buccaneer paraphernalia--a wooden pirate's chest, simulated leather pouches bulging with doubloons, oodles of booty, and knuckle bones that serve as dice to move the players around.
Captain Kidd would've flipped his lid if he could have enjoyed a hand-glazed cake suffused with oak barrel-aged Caribbean rum as we do today.
GLADIATOR star Russell Crowe is set to set pulses racing again with a sword after being tipped to play swashbuckling Scot Captain Kidd.
Richard Cavendish tells us that the last sermon heard by the unfortunate Captain Kidd was `on the cheerful text', `we must all appear before the judgement seat of Christ'.
After the success of last summer's hit film "Gladiator," director Ridley Scott has been signed by Disney to produce "Captain Kidd." The movie has the potential for a tremendous impact on the home furnishings business for children's licenses and perhaps a renewed interest in the high seas.