The Pirate's Book of Days is all about pirate history. One major problem is pirates didn't really keep records of their crimes to avoid incriminating themselves. Most historical accounts come from newspapers, period archives court records and old books. We've cross referenced the details and come up with daily accounts of piracy and pirates through the years.
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But A Pirate's Book of Days does! We've researched accounts of pirates and piracy, then collected and gathered what facts we could about some of the most notorious as well as some not so famous pirates, buccaneers, freebooters and privateers and created an app that will give you a daily account of piracy that may just shiver your timbers in the telling.
You can download the app for $1.99 and join our crew for unlimited adventure and unending pirate history.
Each day app users get an interesting and entertaining historical account of pillage, plunder and piracy delivered to their phone. Additional features include a news feed with real accounts of modern day piracy, a world wide pirate festival, events and re-enactments calendar, along with updated global directory of museums, exhibits and archaeological work being done anywhere in the world.
You can download the app for $1.99 and join our crew for an unlimited adventure and unending pirate history.
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