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The ship Mary Celeste was discovered floating adrift less than a month after it departed. The ship was intact, but the whole crew was missing. The story of the ghost ship Mary Celeste is known to almost everyone. It is one of those spine-chilling stories that leave goosebumps on your skin the first time you hear it. The story goes like this: In November of 1872, a ship named ‘Mary Celeste’ was on its way from New York to Genoa. Less than a month later, Mary Celeste was found floating adrift in the Atlantic Ocean. The ship was completely intact with no serious damage done to it. But the whole crew was missing.
Mary Celeste required major repairs at the shipyards. Later, a fire broke out at the shipyards, terminating Parker’s command. 3) During her first Atlantic crossing, she collided in the straits of Dover with a two-masted ship which sank. Mary Celeste again required repairs. The pirates would have killed all on board and threw the bodies over to the sea. However, there was no such incidence of piracy reported in the Straits of Gibraltar for the last one decade. Also, two out of the three water pumps were found to be disassembled while only one was working. But there are fallacies to this theory as well.
Mary Celeste (/səˈlɛst/; often misreported as Marie Celeste) was an American merchant brigantine, discovered adrift and deserted in the Atlantic Ocean, off the Azores Islands, on December 5, 1872. The Canadian brigantine Dei Gratia found her in a dishevelled but seaworthy condition, under partial sail, and with her lifeboat missing. The last entry in her log was dated ten days earlier. She had left New York City for Genoa on November 7, and on discovery was still amply provisioned
The Mary Celeste set sail in 1872, aiming to travel from New York to Genoa. It was stocked with alcohol – to be precise, a rather poisonous form of denatured alcohol. 1701 barrels were loaded and on November the 7th, the crew set sail along with their cargo. The crew was made up of Captain Briggs, who was well known to abstain from alcohol as he was a devout Christian. After a three month long inquiry, which was actually an incredibly long inquiry for the time, no evidence of foul play was found. One of the many Mary Celeste theories circulated was investigated in further detail by Anne MacGregor, a documentarian.
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