Skip to comments.Ghostly ships filled with dead bodies arrive on Japan’s shores
Posted on 12/01/2015 1:18:16 AM PST by Berlin_Freeper
An unsettling mystery has washed up on Japanâs shores.
Over the past two months, at least eight wooden boats have been found in the Sea of Japan on or near the coast, carrying a chilling cargo â the decaying bodies of 20 people, Japanâs coast guard told CNN.
ll of the bodies were badly decomposed and âpartially skeletonizedâ â two were found without heads â and one boat contained six skulls, the coast guard said. The first boat was found in October, then a series of boats in late November.
Coast guard officials are now trying to unravel the riddle of where these ghostly boats came from and what happened to those on board.
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Do the currents come from China or North Korea? Shouldn’t be much of a stretch to solve if they do.
Maybe from as far as the Philippines where the muzz insurgents in the southern portion continue to cause problems?
Sounds like the most logical guess. Muzzloid scum is south of Japan. Mohammed, piss be upon him.
Speaking of the Sea of Japan... there’s a controversy started by the ROK over the name in recent years. The Sea of Japan name has a much older record than the rather useless and dull name proposed by the ROK, but never fear, a pandering Democrat, Terry McAuliffe, is here to cram the dull thing into American textbooks for the promise of a few votes and some donations:
Not to mention it’s only the East Sea if you are west of it...
They look like the kind of fishing boats in China
It could be pirates. Steal the tuna-kill the fishermen
But, then it is probably Bushes fault
Probably another manifestation of the Obama Doctrine at some level.
Victims of climate change no doubt.
This reminds me,
Anyone ever come up with an explanation for the severed feet showing up near Seattle?
Exactly what I was thinking. Looked at a bunch of stuff on Utube yesterday and it don’t look good.
Over a couple years about 15 times severed feet have been found along the shoreline all wearing tennis shoes.
Highly unlikely . I don't think that these fishing boats or the severed feet with tennis shoes found washing up on the NW shores of the US have anything to do with Fukushima or the tsunami.
As for these boats, it sounds more like North Korean defectors who got lost and starved to death (and given the choice of starving to death in North Korea or ending up in a prison camp or taking a chance of dying at sea - I'd take the chance) or they might have been tracked down taken out by NORK agents or pirates or Muzzies or Muzzie pirates or they were just plain old North Korean fishing boats (and by the article, the boats were old and primitive not modern fishing vessels - "made of wood and are old and heavy" and are evidently North Korean given the lettering on the boats and other evidence) and that they got lost at sea and they all starved to death.
The two bodies with missing heads? Cannibalism? I mean if I'm going to have to resort to eating a co-worker, I really don't want the head around looking at me with accusing eyes or smiling at me sort of like a Chinese "turkey".
My thought, too. If I had to guess it was NORKS fleeing North Korea and either got killed by North Korean forces and left to float or they went cannibal during the voyage...
More victims of “Mephisto’s Trapezoid.”
The boats even look like they sailed right out of the last century.
‘A Christmas Story Chinese Restaurant Scene’
I don’t remember that scene but it was great. Thanks. Did John and the SNL crew ever do Xmas humor? I really liked the Samurai Chef stuff.
Dear CNN, there’s a big difference between ships and boats.
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