Pirate Captain Kidd's 'Treasure' Found In Madagascar
Underwater explorers in Madagascar say they have discovered treasure belonging to the notorious 17th-Century Scottish pirate William Kidd. A 50kg (7st 9lb) silver bar was brought to shore on Thursday ...
Pirate Captain Kidd's 'Treasure' Found In Madagascar
Underwater explorers in Madagascar say they have discovered treasure belonging to the notorious 17th-Century Scottish pirate William Kidd. A 50kg (7st 9lb) silver bar was brought to shore on Thursday ...
Murder of Kriss Donald
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