Cutthroats and Pirates
* Thomas Anstis - This notorious pirate sailed with the best of them.
* Samuel Bellamy - Famous for his memorable speeches and flamboyant character.
* Blackbeard - The most famous pirate of the golden age.
* Anne Bonny - She was by far the best known female pirate.
* John Callice - This fellow seemed to have had about nine lives...
* Peter Easton - One of the most successful pirates of all time.
* Edward England - He was said to have been the model for Robert Louis Stevenson's character, Long John Silver.
* John Evans - Had a brief but interesting career as a pirate.
* Henry Every - By all accounts Every was the most highly renowned pirate of his time.
* Benjamin Hornigold - Privateer turned pirate, than pirate hunter.
* William Kidd - Many a story has been written about this poor fellow.
* George Lowther - A leader of a slave ship mutiny who turned to piracy.
* Christopher Mings - A legendary pirate who inspired many a rogue to follow in his footsteps.
* Henry Morgan - Pirate or patriot? You decide for yourself.
* Jean-David Nau - One of the most sadistic of pirates.
* Nathaniel North - An unlucky pirate who met a sad end.
* John Rackham - He was best known for his exploits with Anne Bonny and Mary Read.
* Mary Read - Maybe not as well known as Anne Bonny but just as interesting.
* Bartholomew Roberts - "Black Bart" as he was known was probably the most successful pirate of his day.
* Simon Simonson - Had a very good career in piracy on the barbary coast.
* Thomas Tew - A successful pirate who cheated the gallows awaiting him at Execution Dock.
* Charles Vane - He had a brief and notorious career.
* Richard Worley - This small time pirate had big ambitions.