Every issue of The Pyrates Way Magazine is filled with pyrate lore, pirate events, pyrate biographies, pirated places, pirates as fads, and interesting facts and fancies about pyracy. Inside you'll also find six hot Wenches of the Quarter, Book and DVD and Music Reviews, Pyrate Event Calendar, Pirates in the News, plus a different RUM is explored! By offering such varied topics over the last TEN years, The Pyrates Way Magazine has uncovered over 1,200 topics of discussion, all listed on our article index page. Whether you have a deep passion about pirates or just a passing fancy about Jack Sparrow, you'll not find a better source online for pyracy.
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THE CURSE OF YELLOWBEARD.
What happened to all those stars of a movie made less than 30 years ago? Is there a pyrate curse?
Within five years of the film's release, four of the major stars involved passed away, including Graham Chapman, the film's creator and the lead, Yellowbeard. Marty Feldman died before the movie's filming was finished and both James Mason and Peter Ball passed prior the movie's release.
. . . READ MORE IN ISSUE 9
JOHN PAUL JONES AMERICA'S PRIVATEER.
One nation's pyrate is another nation's revolutionary freedom-fighter, depending on where one's loyalties lie. In war, the truth in chiefly the opinion of the victor. The actual facts often differ. The life and times of the "Father" of the U. S. Navy was such a man. . . . READ MORE IN ISSUE 2
The mission of Valhalla's Pirates is to present both Historical and Theatrical Entertainment to children and adults. We aspire to help young people who struggle with social, emotional, and medical difficulties, and aid charities that dedicated to these causes. We also provide our services to help other non-profit organizations and agencies raise funds for their endeavors.
. . . READ MORE IN ISSUE 11
THE SCARECROW PYRATE.
It's not Dr. Syn's midnight rides as The Scarecrow
that bring him to the pages of The
Pyrates Way. It is the
sea-going past of Dr. Syn that we
will revel you with, but the time
when Dr. Syn initially masked
his identity, years before
The time when he
was known as the
fierce pyrate, Captain
. . . READ MORE IN
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE RIDE.
Pirates of the Caribbean is a themed log flume at Disneyland that opened in 1967. The ride, which originally told the story of a band of pirates including their troubles and their exploits, was replicated at the Magic Kingdom in 1973, at Tokyo Disneyland in 1983, and at Disneyland Paris in 1992. . . . . READ MORE IN ISSUE 25
In 1911, some 92 years before the advent of Captain Jack Sparrow, there was Captain James Hook. Both characters have become Disney icons but each character is an opposite of the other. Pyracy would be the only commonality. Captain Hook is the nemesis of Peter Pan, who, before the story begins, had cut off the Captain's hand, which was then eaten by a crocodile, thus the name.
. . . READ MORE IN ISSUE 3