Famous ghost ship with seven dead: Five bodies and two heads

the Bodies of five dead people, as well as two menneskehoveder has been found on a shipwreck on the japanese island of Sado. The very damaged fishing boat, whic

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
31 December 2019 Tuesday 23:00
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Famous ghost ship with seven dead: Five bodies and two heads

the Bodies of five dead people, as well as two menneskehoveder has been found on a shipwreck on the japanese island of Sado. The very damaged fishing boat, which is made of wood, drive in the country on Friday. The day after it was thoroughly examined to japanese police, who believe that the boat originated from north Korea, because it was considered Korean letters on the side of the boat.

It writes multiple media including CNN and the BBC.

Police could not confirm that the two menneskehoveder originated from the five partially skeletterede bodies found in the boat. The authorities believe that the evidence suggests that the victims in the boat has been at sea for a long time.

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On the side of the boat was found for the Korean letters. (Photo: Costguard Office)

over the course of several years are both from the north, driven ashore on the japanese coast. Why has the media been given the nickname spøgelsesskibe. The authorities point to the many shipwrecks due to the harsh bonus veren siteler winters in The Japanese Sea. Many of the boats from north Korea, which drifts ashore on the coasts is ill-equipped to sail long distances on the open sea.

the Boats are either empty or being found with dead human bodies. The causes of death for the crew on the boats is often starvation or accidents on the shoals of hard weather.

There has been plenty of speculation about the so-called 'spøgelsesskibe' over the last few years. Someone suggest that it may be refugees from north Korea, while others suggest that it may be spies. It also points out that the poverty in north Korea is forcing fishermen to fish further away from the coasts of north Korea.

Spøgelsesbåden that drive in the country on Friday, is 7,6 meters long and 4.3 meters wide and has a height of approx. 2 metres.

Here is the 'spøgelsesbåden', drive in the country on the japanese island of Sado. (Photo: Coastgurad Office)

Updated: 11.02.2022 14:30
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