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North Korean Ghost Ship Washes Up In Japan With Grisly Remains Of Passengers

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Published on December 28, 2019 - Duration: 00:38s

North Korean Ghost Ship Washes Up In Japan With Grisly Remains Of Passengers

Seven bodies were found on a 'ghost ship' that washed up on the shore of the island of Sado, Japan.

The boat is believed to have come from North Korea as the sides were covered in Korean numbers and letters in red paint.

CNN reports such North Korean ships have been washing up on Japanese shores.

A police officer made the gruesome discovery on Friday.

After a thorough search by law enforcement and the Coast Guard, two decapitated heads were found on the boat.

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