Ships of Lost Souls

Over the last 5 years, 283 wooden boats have washed up on the shores of Japan, full of decomposing human bodies. No one knows where they came from, who was aboard, or why they died. Of course, that doesn’t stop Jeff and Anthony from solving the case. It’s gotta be ghost ships, right?

Over the last 5 years, 283 wooden boats have washed up on the shores of Japan, full of decomposing human bodies. No one knows where they came from, who was aboard, or why they died. Of course, that doesn’t stop Jeff and Anthony from solving the case. It’s gotta be ghost ships, right?

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