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Mary Celeste was an American merchant brigantine, discovered adrift and deserted in the ..... Begg gives more consideration to a theory that Mary Celeste, while becalmed, began drifting towards the Dollabarat reef off Santa Maria Island .

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The riddle of the Mary Celeste has intrigued and mystified ever since, with numerous competing theories on just what happened to Briggs and the other people ...

www.smithsonianmag.com/history/abandoned-ship-the-mary-celeste-174488104

What really happened aboard the Mary Celeste? More than a century after ... Theories have ranged from mutiny to pirates to sea monsters to killer waterspouts .

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www.maryceleste.net/explain.htm

So that left the poor people from the 'Mary Celeste' crowded into a tiny boat at the ... Another theory was that there was a mutiny, however, this was a very short ...

www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/inthenews/itn060522

May 20, 2006 ... It is a riddle that has fascinated us for more than 100 years – what really happened to the crew of the legendary ghost ship? Now one scientist ...

www.therichest.com/shocking/15-facts-and-theories-about-the-ghost-ship-mary-celeste

Mar 28, 2017 ... Many theories and speculations have been made but the truth is beyond our reach. All we know is that the ship Mary Celeste was found ...

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Another theory was that the crew of the ship Dei Gratia that salvaged the abandoned Mary Celeste, would have murdered all on board and then fabricated the ...

www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/radiotonic/the-mystery-of-the-mary-celeste...-solved/6573000

Jun 25, 2015 ... More than 140 years after the crew of the Mary Celeste vanished without ... owner and crew of the Mary Celeste positing different theories as to ...

www.hauntedrooms.co.uk/mary-celeste-mystery-facts-theories

One of the most enduring mysteries of the seas first started to unravel in 1872, when a ship was found floating adrift in the Atlantic. The sea was choppy, but not  ...