Scott Wolter explains the origin of the skull and crossbones as well as its connection to Jesus and the Knights Templar in this scene from "The Templar Connection."
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Pirate Treasure of the Knights Templar
The Templar Connection
Lost treasure is the foundation of legends and lore, and the greatest lost treasure of all belonged to the Knights Templar. Now, from the medieval fortified cities of Europe to the holy lands of the Middle East and from a secret pirate island in the Indian ocean to America's first great cities, renowned underwater explorer Barry Clifford and historian Scott Wolter are unearthing new evidence.
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