An abandoned ship of mysterious origin is presently drifting toward San Diego’s harbor. It has been calculated that the very old sailing ship, named the Mary Celeste, will make landfall at the Maritime Museum of San Diego on October 29, 2021.
Reliable sources have reported that celebrated author and detective Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of the character Sherlock Holmes, is speeding his way to San Diego to solve the mystery of this ghost ship.
Why is a deserted ship drifting slowly across the vast ocean without a single crewmember?
Was there a bloody mutiny?
Did they all leap overboard in a fit of mass hysteria?
Is it possible the Mary Celeste is being driven toward San Diego by a crew of ghosts?
If you’d like to help solve this perplexing mystery, please read what is written in the following photograph:
In case you’re curious, that first photo is a public domain image from Wikimedia Commons. I blurred it to make the present day “sighting” just a little more plausible!
According to its Wikimedia page, the old painting shows: Brigantine Amazon entering Marseilles in November 1861. In 1868 she was renamed Mary Celeste. She was found drifting with nobody aboard in November 1872, and is the source of many maritime “ghost ship” legends.