Out the outside, it looks like a generic warehouse.
Inside this as-yet-undisclosed location in St. Augustine, pirate museum props are overflowing the shelves and peeking out of boxes.
Pat Croce opened a squeaky door at the warehouse and said, "This is our secret bunker." He smiled a wry smile.
"I had to rent 6,000 feet to put all this paraphernalia and items we shipped up from Key West. Where was I going to put it? The museum's not ready for it"
Shelves are lined with trunks, real and fake swords, and rusty lanterns.
An unfinished mural of a pirate ship stretches across one wall of the warehouse.
The museum's creative director creates clouds and waves with every stroke of a paint brush.
Another man cleaned a cannon on the floor.
Croce bounced around the warehouse showing off the items inside and explaining how they will be used in his museum.