Mysterious “ghost ships” arrive on Japan’s shores full of decomposing bodies and skeletons
// December 1st, 2015 // News
During the months of October and November 2015, at least eleven decaying, wooden “ghost ships” have been found drifting in the Sea of Japan carrying a disturbing load – the decomposed, skeletonized bodies of dozens of dead people. All bodies on the boats were “partially skeletonized”, two bodies were headless and one boat contained six skulls.
The first ghost boat was found in late October, then in November ten more were discovered floating aimlessly in the Sea of Japan. Japan’s Coast Guard are unsure where the ships came from but given markings on some of the boats, believe they may have arrived from the waters of Korea.
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