All of us have heard stories about pirates and treasures buried on desert islands in the middle of the ocean, with a map to find this treasure.
This story became well-known worldwide after Robert Louis Stevenson published his book, "Treasure Island", in 1883, which became a literary masterpiece.
Few people are aware that the Scottish writer based his fictional book on a true story.
In 1850, a pirate with a large scar on his face, on his deathbed in a hospital in Mumbai, India, hands over a map to a fabulous treasure hidden on a desert island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, Trinidad Island.
In 1880, an old pirate living in hiding in Curitiba, Brazil, describes the entire map’s script to finding the same treasure hidden on the Trinidad Island.
Marcos Juliano Ofenbock is an economist, professor, researcher, and entrepreneur.
He made a major discovery after fifteen years of investigation and solved one of the greatest enigmas in world piracy, when he discovered the whereabouts and the identity of the last pirate captain in the 19th century.
Old newspapers from the late 19th and early 20th centuries reported on the hidden pirate treasure on Trinidad Island and the expeditions made to find it.
The book “The Real Treasure Island: the chronicles of Pirate Zulmiro” tells all the details of the mother story about pirate maps and treasures in the world.
The City of Curitiba officially recognized the discovered documents, which prove that Pirate Zulmiro came to hide in the city in the 19th century, and lived in Curitiba until the end of his days.
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