PIRATES! Nights in Rodanthe
Another fun, game audience participation format about one of America’s most loved topics! You will already know a lot of this, but you will also be surprised what you didn’t!
The “Lost Colony” Found!
Once a few basic facts are learned, and a few misconceptions discarded, it becomes quite plain what happened and that there has never been any historical mystery at all. The ‘mystery’ has only been theatrical. What is presented here are well-documented historical facts, not theories.
U.S. Life-Saving Service
True, amazing stories of daring shipwreck rescues from the Graveyard of the Atlantic by “America's Forgotten Heroes. ”PLUS the most highly awarded maritime rescue in US history. It occurred right here on the Outer Banks, August 16, 1918.
OPTION: More stories available
“Wright or Wrong? Little-Known Facts About the Wright Brothers” Program. A fun, game audience participation format. Keep the program title in mind; you will be amazed how many times you say “I didn’t know that!”
This is primarily a PHOTO OP. Groups or individuals may pose with Capt. James, the evil twin of Our Hero, Keeper James! Maximum 30 minutes of photoshoot.
Starts with a brief lesson on “Why did people become pirates?”
Some pirate jokes along the way.
B O N U S P R O G R A M S
Keeper of the Iconic Outer Banks History Stories
The 2008 Warner Brothers movie was, in fact, largely filmed in Rodanthe where Linda Molloy lives and works. She got a “Brief but pivotal role” which was the center of the plotline. Her big scene? With Richard Gere!
In this delightful, amusing yet informative presentation, Linda shares with you the movi story, how it came about that shewas in it, and the “behind the scenes”s coop! Also, the “birds eye view” of the entire Rodanthe filming at Base Camp right across the street. You will laugh, you will learn, and you will meet a movie star! Photo ops available, too. A truly unique experience.
See "Wright Brothers" section of Gallery for more pix
Hence the Phrase
A great many of the words and phrases we use daily have ancient maritime origins. We have used them all our lives and know what they mean, but have never questioned ‘why?’ Without letting the cat out of the bag, we can tell you this: Using a fun game format, the
audience is given a series of clues until you recognize what it is and then you conclude “Hence the Phrase!”
And, amazingly, these two very unlikely Outer Banks stories are historically connected!