This cave is steeped in Pirate history, and tonight we're going to see if it's haunted. The first European to come this cave was M. de Lery of France, who found it in 1739 and called it "caverne dans Le Roc". Quickly after its discovery, it became a commodity for criminal gangs for almost 100 years. In 1797 a man named Samuel Mason stumbled across the cave. Mason held an interest in piracy and frequently robbed boats moving up and down the river. From this cave he expanded his gang through fear. Very little of the pirate gang's activity was documented as they flew under the radar to surprise unsuspecting vessels moving up and down the river. It is believed once the sailors and boat crews fell into their trap, they were robbed and murdered. In 1799 two men named Micajah and Wiley Harpe travelled to the cave to join the gang. Their brutality would become infamous as they are now known as America's first serial killers. Multiple people perished at their hands at the cave in some very cruel and sadistic ways. It has been noted in history that Samuel Mason killed for plunder while the Harpe Brothers are said to have killed out of bloodlust. In 1798 and 1799 the two Harpe men were believed to have killed 38 to 50 people (most in the year 1799). All of this dark history has left a mark on this Limestone and multiple people who have visited have had unexplained experiences. Reports say that screams can be heard coming from the cave when no one is inside, and ghostly figures have been seen walking inside the mouth and along the bluffs. To our knowledge no one has conducted a thorough paranormal investigation of this cave and the ghostly singing we captured may just be some of our best paranormal evidence to date!