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  1. New Blog and Website - Up and Going

    Hi everyone, Been a while since I've posted here...so just in case you have not heard. Here are the links to our New Website and our New Blog. http://misslillydousharm.wix.com/theforsakenpirates# - New Website http://theforsakenpirates.wordpress.com/ - New Blog If you are interested in doing a storyline or add information pertaining to the group, please let me know.
  2. Real Pirates will soon make their way to Milwaukee's lakeshore this December (December 14, 2012 - offical roll out date). The Milwaukee Public Museum on December 14, 2012, as Real Pirates takes over the Museum’s special exhibit halls. Experience the Golden Age of Piracy aboard the Whydah, one of the most successful pirate ships of her day, and learn about her roots as a slave ship and subsequent takeover and conversion into a pirate ship in the early 1700s. One of the most technologically advanced vessels of her day, the Whydah was captured on her maiden voyage by legendary pirate Sam Bellamy and his crew. After a few alterations and a quick hoist of the Jolly Roger, the Whydah became the flagship of Bellamy's flotilla, leading raids throughout Caribbean waters and up the Atlantic coastline. On April 26, 1717, the perfect storm put an end to the Whydah's sailing days, and she sank with most of her crew aboard—as well as the bounty from more than 50 captured ships. Almost 300 years later, underwater explorer Barry Clifford and his team managed to locate the wreck of the Whydah and painstakingly unearthed her treasures from the ocean floor, making her the first fully authenticated pirate ship ever to be discovered in U.S. waters. Organized by National Geographic and Arts and Exhibitions International, Real Pirates examines the history of rich Caribbean trade routes during the 18th century and the link between the slave trade and piracy. You'll encounter compelling true stories of those who lived aboard the Whydah and learn about the forces that shaped their world. http://www.mpm.edu/pirates/
  3. Buccaneer Bash 7:30 – 11 p.m. Saturday, November 3, 2012 $50 per pirate, must be 21+ Space is limited - Buy tickets online or at (414) 278-2728 Bust out your peg leg and your swankiest eye patch, and get ready to party as only a pirate can at MPM’s Buccaneer Bash. Come in costume and be prepared to shake your booty to 88.9 Radio Milwaukee’s DJ Marcus Doucette, create your own pirate beard or bling your own eyepatch with MPM’s saucy crafts crew, try a Mooncusser cocktail featuring Roaring Dan’s Rum by Great Lakes Distillery, and even get sneak preview of our new special exhibition, Real Pirates. On Deck at the Buccaneer Bash Real Pirates exhibit preview Test your sea legs amidst real pirate treasure reclaimed from the ocean floor. This special exhibit preview will put you among the first to experience Real Pirates, which does not open to the general public until mid-December. Costume Contest Costumes are strongly encouraged, and may even prove lucrative! The Buccaneer Bash will feature a best costume contest, and winners will take home amazing loot like Food & Froth tickets, a Great Lakes Distillery gift basket, Wine & Dine Wisconsin tickets, or a trip around town on the Milwaukee Pedal Tavern. DJ Marcus Doucette Get ready for some booty shaking rhythms as 88.9’s own Marcus Doucette takes to the tables to fill the salty air with music from the Caribbean and port cities around the globe. Crafts Bling your own eye patch, or create your own pirate beard with MPM’s saucy crafts crew. Your Mug on a Billboard Learn how a photo of you, decked out in your nattiest pirate gear, can appear on a Lamar billboard. Grub& Rum Food and drink will be provided by Zilli Hospitality Group, including vegetable and cheese platters, and “chef’s choice” appetizers. Also look out for the specialty drink of the evening, “The Mooncusser,” a concoction of Great Lakes Distillery’s Roaring Dan's Rum and Sprecher Cream Soda. Buccaneer Bash admission includes food and one drink ticket. The Forsaken Let professional pirates show you how it’s done! The Forsaken, a living history/reenactment group, will be on hand to give you stories of life on the high seas, and demonstrate how a pirate might go about their day-to-day activities.
  4. Happy "Talk Like A Pirate" Day to All of you! And in keeping with the situation...The Forsaken is helping with the promotion of the "Real Pirate" exhibit for the Milwaukee Public Museum. The Exhibit starts December 14, 2012! Click on the Link and watch Bess an Rats do what they do best...entertain the lot of you! http://www.jsonline.com/multimedia/video/?bcpid=13960334001&bckey=AQ~~,AAAAAGgk8Us~,dLqgruaIT6p0-bOvkmnTqxgp_tjv2Dsg&bctid=1849441473001
  5. Happy Birthday to You Tiger Bill

    Many blessings on this day Tiger Bill....Have a very happy birthday!
  6. Pike River - Kenosha, WI - After Hours report

    Just wanted to let everyone know that this past weekend's event at the 2011 Pike River Rendezvous went splendidly! For all our crewe that came out and had fun...thank you again for making this a great event. And to all the new and old faces that we had the chance to meet up with this past weekend....from the Great Lake River Pirates battle to the lovely music and conversation after hours with so many....looking forward to next year with much anticipation.