There are a few things every pirate should be, good with his sword, a good tactician, not a betrayer of their captains etc. Calico Jack wasn't any of these. We pick up with Calico Jack after last Friday's episode where he betrayed Charles Vane and led a vote to rid him of the ship.Find out what happens next in this week's episode of Facts-Chology!Head over to FactsChology.Com to find out more or email us at Factschology@gmail.com to give us your ideas and questions for future topics!And if you like the show consider subscribing to catch the latest episodes every Mon, Wed, and FridaySourceshttp://www.thewayofthepirates.com/famous-pirates/calico-rackham-jack/https://www.crimemuseum.org/crime-library/international-crimes/calico-jack/https://www.thoughtco.com/biography-of-john-calico-jack-rackham-2136377https://www.legendsofamerica.com/ah-jackrackham/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Factschology)
The End of Calico Jack on Speak UP! - A Short Audiobook Sample
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2020 Selah Award Winner for YA LiteratureWhile searching for rumored treasure in a cave on Coffin Cay, a small island off the southwestern tip of Haiti (Hispaniola), Ricky suffers an absence seizure. During his last trance-like episode, Ricky uncovered a treasure from the Nuestra Señora de Riqueza, a vessel in an armada of ships sailing the Spanish Main. Now back on Coffin Cay with his parents, Ricky hunts for the treasure he found in the cave over three hundred years earlier during his trip back to pirate land.The End of Calico Jack is a fictional retelling of the pirate escapades of Calico Jack, Anne Bonny, and Mary Read. The story is based on historical research of the life of "Calico Jack" John Rackham. Some liberties have been taken in the telling of the story, but many of the events reflect what historians believed happened to Jack, Mary, and Anne. Also, in real life those who suffer absence seizures may appear to be in a trance but cannot recall what happens during their episode. Get the audiobook online:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08NVQ36FQ/ http://www.audible.com/pd?asin=B08NVR1L9NListen to this audiobook for free! at audible.com/acx-promo with these promo codes:US codes:GSAJ9MYB827A5U4YMS2HU3SAAZUUBRY36HBBH4PWDDBA3234NK97UK codes:RP8DARKW4ZRJRWND2DAZZJXQELYXDHQAKHX3Y2XZA7FAYCK97D9LZSQWC5UN5GR7W
E53 - Rolph van Heyster (Calico Jack) over een unieke retail experience, het in- en verkopen van exclusieve merken en de kracht van een sterke community
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In deze aflevering praat Willem met Rolph van Heyster, eigenaar en creative director bij Calico Jack, over een unieke retail experience, het in- en verkopen van exclusieve merken en de kracht van een sterke community.
We'll wrap up the final years of the Golden Age of Piracy with the pirate queens Anne Bonny and Mary Read and their captain Calico Jack Rackam. There's a lot of legend mixed in with the facts but they forever left their mark on pirate lore to this day. Sources: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/if-theres-a-man-among-ye-the-tale-of-pirate-queens-anne-bonny-and-mary-read-45576461/ Means, R. (2017). Jack Rackham (Calico Jack). Jack Rackham (Calico Jack), 1–2. https://www.thoughtco.com/biography-of-john-calico-jack-rackham-2136377 Rediker, M. (1993). When women pirates sailed the seas. The Wilson Quarterly, 17(4), 102+. https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/A14522412/GPS?u=mlin_n_bevpubl&sid=GPS&xid=0571076a https://www.britannica.com/biography/Anne-Bonny https://www.postandcourier.com/news/the-true-and-false-stories-of-anne-bonny-pirate-woman-of-the-caribbean/article_e7fc1e2c-101d-11e8-90b7-9fdf20ba62f8.html https://www.postandcourier.com/news/a-22-year-old-youtuber-may-have-solved-anne-bonny-pirate-mystery-300-years-after/article_78fc0a2e-2914-11eb-a5f5-03b65f4d281a.html https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/world-history-magazine/article/ahoy-meet-the-real-pirates-caribbean-carolinas https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/article/grim-life-cursed-real-pirates-of-caribbean http://gallery.lib.umn.edu/exhibits/show/mary-read-anne-bonny/introduction https://www.nationalgeographic.com/pages/article/blackbeard-pirate-book-cannon-revenge https://csphistorical.com/2016/05/08/anne-bonny-and-mary-read-female-pirates-and-maritime-women-page-one/ Intro & outro music: Music: Dutty - Vibe Tracks https://youtu.be/YeHqPHl1114
The worst possible thing that can happen to a sailor happens to Calico Jack. He falls over the side and is lost at sea. What happens next is quite possibly one of the best sea stories ever told. If you enjoy a good salty sea story be sure to read the books written by Malcolm Torres, including The Pirate, Sailors Take Warning, Sailors Delight and The Sea Adventure Collection. They are available in eBook and paperback on Amazon, Apple iBooks, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/malcolmtorres/support
After a mutiny makes him captain, Calico Jack begins an incredible tale of piracy including tricking his way into a Royal Pardon twice! There are women dressed as men, vicious pirate fights, and even links to Robinson Crusoe! Rate, review, subscribe and like!Follow us on social media!IG:@BAChaosJarTwitter:@BAChaosJar@Imgladyouasked_Facebook: Chaos Jar PodcastBecome a producer of the show!Patreon: www.patreon.com/ChaosJarPayPal Donations can also be made to email@example.com
Avast there me hearties. International Talk like a pirate day is upon us once more so batten down yer hatches and park your broadside down as we take on, not one but three scurvy pirate sea dogs. Listen to this treat for your lug holes while I gets me some grog. John Rackham, also known as “Calico Jack,” was not one of the more successful pirates, and most of his victims were fishermen and lightly armed traders. He was an English pirate famous for two reasons: his design of the famous Jolly Roger flag (a skull with two crossed swords), and for having two female pirates, Mary Read and Anne Bonny, in his crew. Find out all about his escapades as well as his fate. THIS PODCAST This podcast has been specially edited from a Bradley Stoke Radio show in Bristol, England. If you liked it please leave a rating and maybe a comment. So, thankyou for listening and until next time guys, take care and look after each other. CONTACT ME… Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: @BackTrackerUK Instagram: @backtrackeruk Twitter: @BackTrackerUK SOURCES Jamaica Court Archives Thought. Co https://www.thoughtco.com/biography-of-john-calico-jack-rackham-2136377 The Sphere - Saturday 12 January 1935 Lichfield Mercury - Friday 08 October 1915 Famous Highwaymen, Pirates and Robbers By Charles Johnson "A General History of the Pyrates.” By Daniel Defoe. Edited by Manuel Schonhorn. Mineola: Dover Publications, 1972/1999. A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the most notorious Pyrates, published in 1724- Charles Johnson www.talklikeapirate.com
John Rackam, detto Calico Jack è certamente uno dei pirati più iconici: allegro, avventuroso, scaltro, scanzonato, sempre pronto a far festa, senza contare il suo famoso jolly roger con le sciabole incrociate e la presenza nella sua ciurma di ben due donne! Tra mito, storia e ispirazioni fantasiose, andiamo alla scoperta del vero volto di Calico Jack. Non senza prima ubriacarci a dovere.- Canale Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrZxghz1CxzDlBUgqHoCGBA - Instagram - @radiopiratapodcast - Pagina Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/radiopiratapodcast/ - Sigla di Albo Abourt - https://www.youtube.com/user/MrAbourt - Storia generale dei pirati - http://pensieroamargine.it/storia-generale-dei-pirati/
John Rackham (26 December 1682 – 18 November 1720), commonly known as Calico Jack, was an English pirate captain operating in the Bahamas and in Cuba during the early 18th century. His nickname was derived from the calico clothing that he wore, while Jack is a nickname for "John".
Episode 49: Calico Jack, Anne Bonny, and Mary Read
In this episode of Half-Arsed History, learn about the swashbuckling lives of Calico Jack, Anne Bonny, and Mary Read, three famous pirates that caused all sorts of havoc and mayhem at the end of the Golden Age of Piracy. https://halfarsedhistory.files.wordpress.com/2019/05/049-calico-jack-anne-bonny-and-mary-read.mp3 Download Episode (Right click and select “Save as…”) Image: Cole, Benjamin. Ann Bonny and Mary Read convicted of Piracy Novr. 28th. 1720 at a Court of Vice Admiralty held at St. Jago de la Vega in a Island of Jamaica. Circa 1724. Engraving. In A General History of the Pyrates. London: T. Warner, 1724, pp. plate facing p. 157. Via Wikimedia.