The most famous haunted ships in the world, once going out to sea never return

Decades have passed, these ghost ships still float on the sea, bringing their own secrets to the ocean. 1. Sailor on board Mary Celeste ju...


Decades have passed, these ghost ships still float on the sea, bringing their own secrets to the ocean.
1. Sailor on board Mary Celeste jumps off the ship for no reason.

In November 1872, Captain of Mary Celeste drove this ship from New York to Italy with his wife and children and eight other sailors.


In December of that same year, the wreck of Mary was found, completely vacated by all the men on board and washed into the Atlantis Sea. According to those who found this ship, the Mary Celeste was still intact with plenty of food, enough for six months of sailing. Only the lifeboats on the ship are gone.


So far, no one has ever explained why the sailor on board Mary disappeared without a trace, hurriedly leaving it in the deserted Atlantic Ocean. There are a lot of hypotheses set, but never proven.

2. The Dutch ship - Legend of the pirates.

The legend of this haunted ship first appeared in the Netherlands. For many years, Dutch sailors gossiped about the story of a cursed captain, exterminating eternally on a ship in the sky. The German sailor who traveled on this sea also confirmed that he had seen the haunted boat.



The story is not only a folk legend anymore when highly authentic reports began to appear in the 19th century. A ship sailing in 1835 confirmed that the Dutch Ship appeared in the midst of a the storm, the sails are wide. Later, in 1881, another ship recalled that they had seen the Dutch Ship fly past her, giving off a strange red light.
3. Eliza Battle - The ship is still burning to this day.


In March 1858, the giant steamship Eliza Battle caught fire and became one of the most terrible disasters in the Tombigbee River - the river that flows through the Mississippi and Alabama states, causing 33 deaths.

The ship carried a lot of goods made of cotton, an accident that caused the ship to catch fire. The fire soon spread throughout the ship, forcing many to jump down. Today, people still hear each other about the floating ship on the river, burning like a torch, and the sound of 33 people who died in a fire.
4. Lady Lovibond and the dark Valentine's Day.


Valentine in 1748, the ship Lady Lovibond was sailing offshore to celebrate the captain's wedding. Unfortunately for the captain, his best friend fell in love with the bride, and because of jealousy, the friend drove the ship to Goodwin Sands, the English Channel, the English canal, and killed everyone on the boat.

Since then, many people said they saw this ghost boat off the coast. The Edenbridge captain reported that he nearly crashed into a three-column ship at Goodwin Sands, a similar report came from a small fishing boat.
5. Help signal from Ourang Medan


In 1947, a number of British radar stations located in Singapore and Sumatra Island, Indonesia received a signal calling for help from the Dutch cargo ship Ourang Medan: "SOS ... SOS is all dead ... me is the only one alive ". A moment later the signal was resumed, but there was only one sentence: "I'm going to die", and ended in silence.

Two US ships rescued said the captain collapsed in the cockpit, dead crew scattered on the ship. All of them have in common is that their eyes are wide open and their faces are frightened and fearful as if they have encountered something very scary. But furniture, property and other valuable items are not stolen. Since then, Ourang Medan has become one of the most famous and mysterious ghost ships in history.
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