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Do you know that there is a real Skull Island.?


real skull island

Old map with ship

Did you realize there is a genuine Skull Island? island off the coast of Australia

It's a little island off the that acquired its
name because it was totally covered in human skulls.



Colorful old pirate Captain with pewter mug y old map

Seamless background with pirate map

2-The Story 

You may have heard of Skull Island in the King Kong movie, but do you know that there is a real Skull Island. It’s a small island off the coast of Australia and the reason it got it’s name was that when explorerers first discovered it, it was completely covered in human skulls.

The captain observed the distant landmass through his trusty spyglass. It was dark, but the silhouette of the island stood out from the surrounding sea and cut a jagged hole in the night sky that blackened out the stars. The next morning, at the break of dawn, the explorers set foot on Skull’s Island for the first time. It was October 17, 1830.

 The entire island was completely covered in human skulls. The explorers were amazed at the staggering number of skulls stretching out for miles before them, and also that there was no evidence of any native life. If ever there was any life on Skull’s Island, it had long since been buried.

 “A grim sight loomed before us,” wrote Captain Skull in his journal. “As awe-inspiring as horrifying, here is Death’s personal chest-of-drawers, the terrible trophy case where he keeps his most precious treasure: millions of human skulls.”

 “Skull’s Island!” He cried out. “We’re naming this island Skull Island.”

 So entranced by the novelty of a skull-covered island, the captain decided almost immediately to establish a permanent settlement. Skull Town he named it. The modest population of 32 men began at once the daunting task of making room for the gestating community.

 They started by moving skulls out of a particularly promising section of the island’s inland, piling them up on top of some skulls in a nearby area. The work seemed fruitless at first, as the skulls were piled at least 15 feet deep in places.

 “So many skulls,” the captain wrote on October 21, 1830. “I dare not imagine where they came from.”

 After days of work, and with the hot tropical sun beating down mercilessly, the men had finally reached soil. In doing so, they had walled themselves in on all sides. The men had built a prison for themselves – a prison with skulls instead of bars.

 Cut off from the few men that remained aboard Captain Skull’s ship, Skull Town had no resources to sustain itself. Eventually the men of Skull Town turned to organized crime to supplement their incomes and food rations, and finally, cannibalism.

 There would be no escape for the settlers of Skull’s Island. With the settlement of Skull Town a failure, the captain made one last entry in his journal on November 15, 1830. “All these skulls… soon we will be lost among them.”

 True to his word, the settlers of Skull Island died, with their bodies and skulls disappearing into the already massive collection of skulls. Only the captain’s journal survived.


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