Author : Douglas Clegg
These are the things I know:
Outerbridge Island has briny water running beneath its rocks, a subterranean
series of narrow channels between the Sound and the Atlantic. You can see the
entrances to these channels on the northern side of the island at low tide.
These channels feed into the Great Salt Pond on the westerly side of the island
before it empties into the sea. It was said that once-upon-a-time, a Dutch
trading ship smashed up against the rocks, and local pirates fed upon the
treasures found within the hold of ship. The treasure, it is said, was buried
in the narrow caverns. To add to the chill of this tale, it was also said that
the pirates fed upon the flesh of the survivors of the wreck for days.
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