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Mira, There is indeed much that is strange and unsettling about the Mary Celeste and her vanished crew. My hypothesis will be revealed in the next installment.
How strange! One doesn't know what to think about something like that. Do you have any hypotheses? I look forward to your next installment.
MBC, The Mary Celeste is viewed by many as one of the most puzzling of mysteries. I'm happy that you found this installment interesting. I'll be releasing at least one more installment in this series.
Interesting article. I'm not much of a history fan, but you did make it interesting and mystery is always fun.