A black spot, a leviathan, rum and hermit crabs…yeah, it’s time to panic as all hell breaks loose. Join us for minute 17 of Dead Man’s Chest as we mix Pirates of the Caribbean with a little history and a little laughter. In this episode, we discuss the dichotomy between Bootstrap Bill Turner and Captain Jack Sparrow, analyze Bootstraps frustration and anger with Jack regarding his deal with Davy Jones, dive into the history of leviathans and the myth of cosmic battles, the complexity and craziness of 17th and 18th century nautical jargon, and the origin of the black spot from Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island.
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