A lot of little kids pretend to be pirates. They have their map, they swashbuckle, and they look for buried treasure.

For the two people in this story, that pretending became reality, as they found some interesting stuff in their grandfather's attic. 

Amongst the other regular attic junk, they found a map of a river, some coins that were over 100 years old, a family picture and a hand with a ring on one of the fingers.

The last thing is kind of creepy because, well, who just keeps a human hand hanging around?

The two think that the hand belongs to a pirate who lived in the Tampa Bay area. No one knows how he got the hand and where he found the treasure.

The big question now is, how much money they will get for the coins?

[USA Today]