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Ghost Ship Stories

Flying Dutchman Ghost Ship

Just the other night when I was spending time resting and watching TV, I came across a special on ghost ships. I can’t remember what channel or what the TV show was called, but it was really good.


It’s really amazing how many ghost stories have surfaced around the sea. It makes you wonder, because there has to be some type of truth to these stories, I think.

That’s just me though, I’ve always had an interest in the Paranormal and UFOs, I mean if there’s other mysterious stuff going on around us, I want to know about. Frankly I find it very interesting too.

Everyone has to admit they loved the ghost stories around the campfire when they were out camping right? Well basically I never grew out of that when I became an adult.

In the special, they talked about ghost ships such as the Mary Celeste, Carroll A. Deering, and the famous one The Flying Dutchman.

If you’ve seen the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. The movie of course exaggerates the whole story of the ship, but once you hear the real story, it makes the ship tale even more spooky.

All I can say is after hearing these stories of ghost ships prowling the seas, I’m just glad I fish on an inland lake. They definitely raise the hairs on back of your neck!

Not just because they are said to be ghostly apparitions, but because they sank in the sea. We’ve all heard of these infamous rogue waves that appear out of nowhere.

I love fishing, but not matter what, I wouldn’t want to risk my life for a day of fishing out on the sea or lake. Whenever there is a forecast for bad weather, I stay on land!

I did come across a show on YouTube about ghost ships from the History Channel. It’s not the special I watched on ghost ships, but it’s still fun to watch and get a feel for some of the ghost ship stores lurking around sailors and fishermen.

You can watch the History Channel ghost ship show down below.