In 1704, the Scottish sailor Alexander Selkirk was banished for mutiny to a lonely Pacific island where he spent the next four years. For centuries, it was a hideout for pirates and adventurers, Spanish conquistadors and English buccaneers, who used the island to bury stolen gold, silver and jewels. It was immortalized in the novel by Daniel Defoe. A large treasure is still said to be buried there.
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