In today's world, "Pirates of the Caribbean" means a great Disney experience (either via film or theme-park ride). In an earlier time, however, "Pirates of the Caribbean" meant something quite different.
In the 17th century, pirate-infested waters - in the Caribbean (and elsewhere) - caused people to fear sailing through such areas. Pirates would capture boats, confiscate treasures and sometimes kill people.
Happily, this image depicts a poster from today's world of pirate fun and make-believe mayhem.
Image of poster, online courtesy Walt Disney World.
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