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New Strangeful Things Podcast: Tales From the Sea

New Strangeful Things Podcast: Tales From the Sea
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The Lightship “Nantucket” in East Boston Shipyard, summer 2015.

OK gang – we have a new episode of Strangeful Things up, and this time we head into the water for Episode 8.  We look at three lesser known ghost ships before we handle the mother of all Ghost Ships.  Head over to find out what we found out when the Fell Companions decided to take a dip into the Sea.

But before you go – take a look at the stuff below.  It is like a clue for part of the episode.  But we aren’t going to explain it.  We will just show you so you get all excited about it.  We are like Westworld!

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Diagram of a ship (the Mayflower to be exact)

Here is some interesting info about fata morgana, and a few example images.

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Ridiculous “ghost ship” video BNev found

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Jenn Martinelli

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12 Comments

  1. Shannon

    Ghost ships are a very interesting topic. I like the unique things. Those pictures are amazing!!

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  2. Amber

    How interesting. I’ve heard all about ghost ships. Creepy! I’d poop myself if I saw one with my own eyes.

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  3. Blair Villanueva

    i like any kind of ships, its just that i find sailing so romantic!

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  4. Dannii

    That is so intrresting! I would love to learn more about ghost ships like this.

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  5. Sheri

    I hear about ghost ships and they are so interesting and mysterious to me. I love the idea of adventure. I would love to go on a cruise ship 🙂

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  6. Befitting Style

    Haven’t heard of ghost ships before but it sure sounds scary.

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  7. caseyp1110

    How never seen anything like that! Too spooky!

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  8. lydia@lifeuntraveledl

    Interesting and intriguing – kind of like the unexplained Bermuda Triangle mysteries.

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  9. Iza Abao, Two Monkeys Travel Group Writer

    I have worked in an international cruise ship from 2013 to 2015 but I was not familiar with ghost ships. Well I thought the sunken ships were the ones which were considered as ghost ships. These images could scare me if I had known about these when I was still in the ship.

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  10. Valerie Ratliff

    This is fascinating. Now I want to read more.

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  11. Anosa

    I am looking to find a quite corner and listen to all your podcasts whilst I wait for my flight

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  12. Shane

    I’ve never really heard much about ghost ships. I’m intrigued to begin listening to the podcast!

    Reply

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