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Visiting Peter Island means visiting a place with an interesting history of pirates. The island holds many secrets, stories and legends that locals may fill you in on if you're lucky. You can also pick up some books on the subject to get the story out from studies sources. Guides to the British Islands can also make great reading and help you prepare for your trip. Either route, both types of books will get you excited for your trip.
No other pirate carries more of a legend in this area than
Blackbeard. Blackbeard was the pirate who allegedly left a group of men on Deadman's island which is seen from Peter Island, with only a sword and a cask of rum. The legends only continue from there; get more of the story by reading: