“Ghost Ships” Full Of Bodies Washing Ashore In Japan

Published on Dec 2, 2015

A number of mysterious ghost ships have been washing up in Japan. The ships are believed to be originating from North Korea, and all of them contain dead bodies. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian (The Point), and Ben Mankiewicz (What The Flick?!) hosts of The Young Turks discuss.

Why do you think these ships are beginning to show up? Let us know in the comments below.

Read more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/japan-ghost-ships_565d53e3e4b072e9d1c31702

“Nearly a dozen wooden boats carrying decomposing bodies have been found in the waters off the coast of Japan over the past two months.

Inside the 11 vessels were at least 25 bodies, according to Japanese broadcaster NHK. Two bodies were headless, and one boat contained six skulls, Singapore’s Straits Times newspaper reported, citing the Japanese Coast Guard. The poor condition of the remains suggested that the boats had been adrift for some time, the paper said.

One of the boats had a tattered banner that looked like it could have been part of a North Korean flag. The boat also had a board with Hangul words that said “Korean People’s Army,” which is the name of the armed forces in North Korea.

A maritime expert said the ships looked like those used by defectors from North Korea.”

SHOCKING, GHOST Ships Appear on Coast of Japan Containing Bodies

Published on Nov 27, 2015

SHOCKING, GHOST Ships Appear on Coast of Japan Containing Bodies

https://youtu.be/N5rMuLjjOVU

Mystery ships appear on coast of Japan containing bodies

Mystery ‘ghost ships’ have arrived at various locations on the coast of Japan. Some have contained

decomposed bodies, and one ship has a torn North Korean flag on its mast

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