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Joshua Hensley, a man famous in Florida for wearing and dressing like Captain Jack Sparrow of Pirates of the Caribbean, was found dead two days after he disappeared, while doing what he loved most: enjoying the sunset while practicing paddleboarding. As announced by the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office through a Facebook post, Joshua had disappeared on September 14, but it wasn’t until Sunday the 15th that the authorities were given notice, after acquaintances realized that his car was left overnight in a public parking lot, something that undoubtedly raised suspicions.
The authorities point out that Hensley, who wore his favorite costume of the famous character at the time of his disappearance, was heading to Shell Island to enjoy a sunset, however, they have not been able to confirm this theory, but they have not found evidence of anything else either. After a tireless search by the Aviation and Marine Unit of the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office, it was yesterday when commanders first found the paddle board near Pete Pier, for three hours after finding the Lifeless body in the waters of Kings Bay.
The Citrus County Sheriff’s Office made the sad news with the following text: “We offer our deepest condolences to Joshua’s family and friends in this difficult time,” reads the statement shared on the network: “Captain Jack He was a very dear figure in this community and he will undoubtedly be greatly missed, ” the authorities expressed his devastation and confirmed that the investigation will continue.
A last post on Joshua’s Facebook is causing a stir among his thousands of fans, because just before his last adventure at sea, the man shared an image in which he wears his Jack Sparrow outfit, and is practicing paddleboarding, which causes A great mystery is the message that accompanies the photo: “Ready to have fun in the water”.
After the news of his death was made public, hundreds of Joshua fans have paid tribute by sharing moving messages for the ‘Jack Sparrow of Florida‘, many of them flattering the great person he was.