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    The Lady Lovibond

    The Lady Lovibond

    [ranking: 12]
    Why have there been reports of a ghost ship sailing the English Channel every 50 years since 1798? Perhaps the story of the Lady Lovibond could explain some things.
    Legend has it that the ship was deliberately wrecked in the English Channel sometime in 1748 by the ship's first mate, who unsuccessfully made advances on the captain's wife. When the first mate saw no other way out, he did what he had to do.

    The Octavius

    The Octavius

    [ranking: 3]
    Legend has it that the Octavius traveled from England to the Orient in 1761, and made it there the following year. However, on the trip back home??while traveling through the Northwest Passage??it became lodged in ice, and its crew members died. The Octavius was found drifting off the coast of Greenland, the crew members still below board, frozen to death, 13 years later.

    The Mary Celeste

    The Mary Celeste

    [ranking: 6]
    In 1872, after just one month at sea, the Mary Celeste was discovered sailing aimlessly near Portugal. Curious, the discoverers boarded the ship, only to find the lone lifeboat was gone and the crew was nowhere to be found.  
    Piracy and mutiny were ruled out??there weren't any signs of violence aboard the ship, and the crew's belongings were left untouched.
    Over the years, people have both theorized that the crew abandoned ship, or that the Mary Celeste succumbed to the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle. Either way, legend has it that every time the ship changed hands, the new owner would sell it after hearing about its history of bad luck. In1887, the boat was purposefully destroyed by its owner.

    The Jenny

    The Jenny

    [ranking: 7]
    "May 4, 1823. No food for 71 days. I am the only one left alive," reads an ominous entry of the Jenny's captain's logbook. When whaling boat Hope came upon the Jenny 17 years later, said captain and his crew were found aboard, frozen to death.

    The MV Joyita

    The MV Joyita

    [ranking: 10]
    The MV Joyita was reported missing in October of 1955 and wasn't discovered by rescuers in the Pacific until several weeks later. Curiously, where most ghost ships tend to be found aimlessly sailing the sea, the MV Joyita was discovered almost completely submerged, in horrible conditions, with the crew missing and definite signs of bloodshed. Many people theorize mutiny and piracy had to be involved, while others think it may have been the target of a Soviet submarine.
    What most baffled rescuers about finding the sinking ship was that the MV Joyita was reported to be an unsinkable ship, and yet there it was, sinking into the Pacific, without a crew member in sight. 

    The HMS Eurydice

    The HMS Eurydice

    [ranking: 5]
    On March 24, 1878, en route from Bermuda to Portsmouth, the naval ship HMS Eurydice was caught in an unbelievable snow storm off the coast of The Isle of Wight. The ship capsized and sank, killing all but two of the 319 crew members. A young Winston Churchill bore witness to the event. 
    Since capsizing, many reports have been made of having seen the ship afloat just where it is said to have sunk. Some of these reports have even been made by reputable sources, like Prince Edward, who claimed to have seen the ship sail off into the mist during a TV interview some 70 years later.

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If you've ever stepped foot around a campfire, you've probably heard your fair share of ghost stories. Maybe it was about a headless man in the woods, or the ghost of a child long lost. But are you familiar with the tales of ghost ships? Ghost stories that take place on the sea? Sure, we've all heard about Bermuda Triangle stories, but there are plenty of other terrifying tales that take place on the open ocean. Prepare to be spooked while reading through some of the scariest ghost ship ghost stories from around the internet.

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