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History comes to life—of pirates, in particular—through a group of actors whose show became part of the state’s Bicentennial activities. These thespians—in real life, including a family of six—included in their reenactment of life on the high seas a ship, the Meka II. The ship that’s also their home was built by the man who may be called Captain, but is called Horatio Sinbad by his family, Ross Morphew.
Earl Roberson was the man with the Edgecombe experience. His experience had encouraged many to peg him a Renaissance man. This Renaissance man earned his title through a full life experience, one lived in Edgecombe and far beyond. It could be measured in his learning how to ski while in the army and restoring a local historical house, in a Master’s from Butler University, Indiana and an administrative position at Edgecombe Technical Institute.