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Published on Jul 13, 2011
IT HAPPENED! In 1750, fifty-two chests of silver pieces of eight were stolen from a Spanish galleon at Ocracoke, North Carolina, and carried to the West Indies where most of it was buried on Norman Island, a deserted key in the British Virgin Islands. Now, after nine years of investigation by an international team of researchers, Treasure Island: The Untold Story takes us back to Treasure Island just as Stevenson did in 1883. Only this time, it's not doubloons and pieces of eight that are uncovered but rather an incredible tale that up until now has remained buried in the dust of time. There would be no Pirates of the Caribbean without Treasure Island and there would be no Treasure Island without the daring theft of Spanish treasure at Ocracoke by Owen Lloyd. Blackbeard was totally outdone. About the book: http:www.treasureislandtheuntoldstory.com