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Where is the lost treasure of the Long Island home to pirates?



Long Island, New York back in 1699 was home to many scoundrels including some very famous pirates. This entire area was great for hiding booty that was taken off ships and then returning to take it to New York for selling. At this time, the area of Long Island that was home to most of these lawless and unruly people was East Hampton. The main area where much of the treasures were buried is Gardinerís Island, Oyster Bay, Sayville. This place is located in the middle of the Great South Bay the most remote area on Long Island during the 1600ís. Not only was it a terrific hiding place and a quick route to New York for selling their stolen goods, but there was a river in which a small ship could sail into and find several new locations to hide their ill-gotten gain, so no place in the area was as grand for pirates.

Some of the pirates known to this area were Captain William Kidd, Joseph Bradish, and a band of eighty pirates in 1728. This band of pirates was such a mixture that had never been seen before or after. The crew was French, Spanish, and mulattoes; they came by way of a Spanish schooner and wrecked havoc on Gardinerís Island. No one knows the exact location of any of these pirates treasures or how many were found and turned over to the authorities. However, a real treasure seeker, seeking an adventure should travel along the shore and up the river, pick a likely spot, and begin their adventure.


Captain Kidd's Treasure

The lost treasure of Long Island home to pirates.

 The lost treasure of Long Island home to pirates.

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