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April 20, 2018

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February 21, 2018
I have met Ken on several occasions. 1st of which I found an old bottle as the tide was rushing in at the Cape Cod light house. Ken told me it was from the mid 1800's. It still had the cork and BITTERS in it. Thank You Ken for being approachable. I have cheerished that bottle for over 20years and Ken is part of its history.
October 14, 2014
I didn't know Ken passed away until a few moments ago when I discovered it by accident online. Ken was a consultant for my company Maritime Productions when we first met at the Provincetown Museum in 1993. He sent me materials for my shows for many years and was my go to guy for his expertise on Pirates and Maritime history. We were covering pirates in our shows long before Johnny Depp came along! I always considered Ken a very special person and an important source for quality research. I also adored him and his eccentricities. He was very much an individual and a person that stands out as the only self-proclaimed piratologist that truly was authentic and a sweet man. I felt honored that he liked me enough to share his research and be an important part of my company Maritime Productions. I am sad that he is gone but he exemplifies why we need to follow our passion and create our own realities. He certainly did and I was lucky to have crossed paths with him in this life.
May 13, 2014
I had Ken do a pirate talk at the Boston Stock Exchange for our group of investment professionals, it was right when the Whydah Museum was opening in Provincetown, MA and the whole story on Barry Clifford. He was so compassionate and a wonderful storyteller. All enjoyed his presentation and for years many of these business leaders spoke of the unique event and Ken's presentation. He was a true scholar, wonderful human being and enthusiast for sure of pirate history. He shall be missed. Loved his style! Darby Hobbs
May 2, 2014
I am a teacher in Maryland, and after Ken met one of my students at the Whydah Museum, he began corresponding with us annually. He was always gracious with his time, and he fascinated my students with his anecdotes and discoveries. I am so very sorry to read of his passing.