"Anne Bonny and Mary Read—two 18th-Century women pirates—lived lives of adventure on the high seas, and were reputed to be as brave and bloodthirsty as any man." Here is some history on the infamous female pirates that roamed the seas of The Bahamas.
Most of what is known about Anne and Mary comes from the transcript of their trial and the 1724 book,
A General History of the Pyrates, by Captain Charles Johnson, believed to be a pseudonym for Robinson Crusoe author Daniel Defoe. But their story has since been widely embellished and has entered the realm of legend.
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