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First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!
Dead men tell no tales!
Dead men tell no tales!
Second voice (old): Hear ye a dead man's tale. What dastardly deed! Brave seamen these. Helped bury the gold, they did. Then silenced forever, ahhh so for that black-hearted _. But stay, I told their tell 'afore, now I be tellin' it again... [fades]
First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!
Third voice (Paul Frees high Irish): Dead men tell no tales? Arghh! [chuckle] Look there upon these pirates bold. Take heed whilst I tell ye the gruesome details o' their slight misfortune and the treacherous act what did them in. Unsuspectin' rogues, unmindful... [fades]
First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!
Fourth voice (Paul Frees gruff): What poor old place, lashed on the cruel rocks, pounded by the angry sea. Who knows the gallant efforts o' the wretched crew to save the ship? I knows, 'cause I were there. 'Twas the royal fortune bound for the Spanish Main with a _ treasure aboard... [fades]
First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!
Fifth voice (gruff): What unblessed seaman, 'alf-drowned with the fear o' death upon 'im, washed upon uncharted shores, tormented with yellow jack, what feverish visions o' hangin' or walkin' the plank. I know his torments, for I be that wretched seaman... [fades]
First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!
Second voice (old): Aye. The walls o' this deserted berth once quick with the sound o' coarse laughter and bawdy songs. [laughter] Them were 'appy times spent 'ere by carefree seamen. Starved, we was, for the sweet sound of a wench's laugh. Arghh thee soon... [fades]
First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!
Third voice (Paul Frees high Cockney): A might untidy, eh? But bilge free and weather-tight, 'twas a proper moorin' for darin' seafarin' men, enjoyin' the pleasures o' shore leave. Willin' they was too, to pay well for a winsome smile and a soft caress [laughter]. Oh... [fades]
First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!
First voice (Paul Frees aristocratic English): Aye. Gold and silver. Satin and lace. [chuckle] Simple trinkets for the captain's pleasure. Little mementos, you might say; reminders of his social contacts. Ah, but deceitful, the captain, yet cultured nonetheless and accustomed to comforts... [fades]
First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!
Second voice (old): Impressed ye be by the cap'n's cabin? And wondering ye be how he came by such elegant trinkets? [laughter] I be tellin' ye. Called on the governor o' Jamaica he did, like a ruddy member of parliament, and sweet-talked that wretched soul into... [fades]
First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!
Fifth voice (gruff): Pretty baubles, think ye, and a king's ransom in gold. Aye, blood money. And cursed it be. Cursed by the black-hearted rogues what left it. Who knows what evil spell lurks 'neath each cursed chest. And them that dares to... [fades]
First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!
First voice (Paul Frees deep): No fear have ye of evil curses, says you. Arghh. [chuckle]. Then feast your greedy eyes on this here treasure and mark well me words. Properly warned ye be, says I. 'Tis guarded and guarded well by the seamen... [fades]
First voice (Paul Frees deep): Dead men tell no tales!

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