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The Ghost Ship, the Irish Coast Guard, Chris Reynolds and Uri Geller

I may owe Chris Reynolds an apology.  In a reply to a comment about our post, Lyubov Orlova, Ghost Ship Crewed by Cannibal Rats Drifting Toward the UK — Phony Hysteria on a Slow News Day?, I suggested that Reynolds, Director, … Continue reading

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British Maritime & Coast Guard Agency Statement on the “Ghost Ship” Lyubov Orlova

The Twitterverse has gone crazy (crazier?) over reports of the Ghost Ship Swarming With Cannibal Rats Bound for Britain. Dozens of newspaper websites have feaverishly picked up the story.  In all the foolishness, I was reminded of Evelyn Waugh’s satirical novel “Scoop” … Continue reading

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Lyubov Orlova, Ghost Ship Crewed by Cannibal Rats Drifting Toward the UK — Phony Hysteria on a Slow News Day?

A story has exploded across the UK press about the Lyubov Orlova, a cruise ship which broke free from its tow in a winter storm and was abandoned in the Atlantic in February of last year.  What evidence exists suggests … Continue reading

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Russian Ghost Cruise Ship MV Lyubov Orlova Spotted Off The Coast Of Ireland

For almost a month, the small cruise ship MV Lyubov Orlova has been adrift in the Atlantic Ocean, a “ghost ship” without power, lights or passengers, except for the rats left aboard.  The 295′ ice strengthened cruise ship, built in Yugoslavia in 1976, has been abandoned twice – once … Continue reading

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Kalmar Nyckel to Star in “The Ship That Changed the World”

The Kalmar Nyckel will be featured in an upcoming documentary, “The Ship That Changed the World.” Delaware’s sailing star – Kalmar Nyckel the ‘wow factor’ in new documentary F ilm director Malcolm Dixelius knew he had found his “star” when … Continue reading

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