MHM – Sam Bellamy's Lost Pirate Paradise

MHM – Sam Bellamy's Lost Pirate Paradise

Mainely Histories & Mysteries
Sam Bellamy’s Lost Pirate Paradise

We had fun researching Sam Bellamy’s lost pirate paradise, and we invite positive discussion and commentary from fellow Maine Treasure Hunter enthusiasts.Putting together our research
in order to share our knowledge on this subject with you has been as much fun as it was a fascinating learning experience.

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  1. @Timber81 on January 17, 2024 at 8:37 am

    Very interesting! Thank you.
    I learned recently that the note Captain Kid gave to his Wife before he died, was the coordinates for Deer Island, Maine.
    In 1994 I paddled my Sea Kayak from Portland Maine DownEast to Machias. I camped on many Islands during my journey. Most of these "Maine Island Trail" camp approved, small island’s are mostly only approachable by Small Craft or to Swim, yes we have sharks.. While hiking around some island’s i would notice mounds and other disturbances in the Geology. When i found them, i packed up after a simple Buddhists Prayer and left the island quickly. Im protecting the Identity of those islands.
    Is it possible that these smaller islands hold secrets?
    Thanks for all if your Hard Work bringing attention to Maine’s Awesomeness.
    Truly Made in Maine!

  2. @BrianClunie on January 17, 2024 at 8:43 am

    Another Metal Detecting bucket lister!

  3. @kevinbellamy2 on January 17, 2024 at 8:44 am

    good video

  4. @law7116 on January 17, 2024 at 8:54 am

    As a modern day Bellamy myself, I would bet they stashed that loot and only brought a bit along with them as eye candy. Just enough to throw at Sarah’s family.

  5. @bigfootsassy1112 on January 17, 2024 at 9:06 am

    I’m sure most sides of river are private property, but ground penetrating radar would be great clues!

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