The dark, stormy weather is an absolute omen of doom as we venture into haunting sightings of specter ships and apparitions direct from the 18th century. Join us for minute 58 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we wonder if Captain Jack Sparrow is simply a goofball with moments of genius or a strategic, assertive commander, discuss dousing the lamps on the Black Pearl and it’s similarity to Master and Commander, explore 18th century origin and written accounts of Flying Dutchman sightings, and ponder the eyesight of sailors in the Golden Age of Piracy for mistaking manatees as mermaids.
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