The sailing age, an age of wonder and exploration. This is the time when freedom laid not in some foreign land, but instead on the high seas, though this freedom did not come without peril. From 1650’s to the mid 1700’s the Caribbean and coasts of Florida were havens for some of the most dangerous people to roam the open waters. From that era there are only myths or legends of a ship called the SPITFIRE, and she was captained by a fierce woman with red hair. It was said that her hair was so red that it was made from the fires of hell itself. Anyone that crossed this captain was sent to the depths in a hail of fire. She would lead her crew into fierce battles, and where she went wrathful death was quickly handed out.
Despite her fearsome reputation for dealing death to her enemies or even those who grievously fail her, she was known to be extremely loyal to her crew. She would make sure that all of the crew’s families would be taken care of. No one ever knew her real name and so was born the Spitfire Redhead.
Through the Spitfire Redhead we will see how the pirates of the time enjoyed there nights in Florida and the Caribbean. How they won fortunes and lost them; how they lived their NightLife.