The Story of Lady Lynsey
Many years ago, when the Golden Age of sail and piracy came to the Caribbean, a young girl was born to a poor family that lived in the Virgin Islands. She was named “Lynsey”, and she would become one of the fiercest pirates to ever sail the seas.
But women couldn’t become captains in those days, let alone become part of the crew. So when she came of age, she dressed up as a lad, kidnapped her best friend Jack, and signed up as part of a ship’s crew.
Jack eventually became the ship’s cook and was nicknamed “Dusty” for constantly covering the ship’s mess with flour as he hastily prepared the crew’s meals. But headstrong Lynsey was never promoted to anything higher than a swab, relegated to cleaning the bilges and tidying up after the rest of the crew. Still, she never lost sight of her dream.