Edward Low

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Edward Low Interchangeable Insert is available for both LED and reflective Hitch Cover Bases in a matte or gloss finish.  

A pirate flag used by Edward Low.

Captain Edward "Ned" Low, c.1690—c.1724) was a notorious English Pirate during the latter days of the Golden Age of Piracy in the early 18th century. He was born around 1690 into poverty in Westminster, London, and was a thief from an early age. Low moved to Boston, Massachusetts, as a young man. His wife died in childbirth in late 1719. Two years later, he became a pirate, operating off the coasts of New EnglandNew and the Azores, and in the Caribbean.



He captained a number of ships, usually maintaining a small fleet of three or four. Low and his pirate crews captured at least a hundred ships during his short career, burning most of them. Although he was active for only three years, Low remains notorious as one of the most vicious pirates of the age, with a reputation for violently torturing his victims before killing them.



Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Arthur described Low as "savage and desperate," and a man of "amazing and grotesque brutality”. They called him a torturer, whose methods would have "done credit to the ingenuity of the Spanish Inquisition Spanish in its darkest days". The circumstances of Low's death, which took place around 1724, have been the subject of much speculation.


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