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I’ve come across dozens of “ghost ship” reports in my research, but because they could be easily explained away by a phenomenon known as Fata Morgana; a type of visual illusion brought about by reflections from the water, I generally opt to ignore them. What Fata Morgana cannot explain away is a ghost ship travelling at high speed, visible for hours, and covered in flames. Welcome to the Northumberland Straight…
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