I've heard this phrase used before, and it's the title of a book, a movie and a song. I've tried looking up the phrase but with no luck.

Does anybody know what it's supposed to mean/where it comes from?

Edit: I know what keep means, I'm wondering if "Devil's Keep" has any specific meaning

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    A keep is a fortified tower within a medieval castle, so -- "devil's tower". – Mick Nov 27 '16 at 3:17
  • @Mick I know what keep means, it's just that I was wondering whether the phrase devil's keep had any specific meaning. – Ambidextroid Nov 27 '16 at 3:23
  • Not really. There may be a place called Devil's Keep, but if there is, Google doesn't seem to know about it (as you've probably already found out). – Mick Nov 27 '16 at 3:30
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    Prolly easier to read the book, watch the movie and or listen to the song, isn't it? – Robbie Goodwin Dec 12 '16 at 0:34

I think it's a bay where there is Pirate Treasure kept in some old novel, not sure why I know that. Search through Pirate story lore and you might find it.

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    Please explain your answer, preferably with some supporting statements and references. While opinions are valued, they are not of much help as answers. – NVZ Dec 27 '16 at 12:50

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