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In November 1872, two ships among many others were scheduled to leave the busy port of New York, bound for Europe. Their names were the Dei Gratia and the Mary Celeste. Their captains, who knew each other, had no idea that they would soon have a role in one of the world´s greatest mysteries.
The Mary Celeste set sail on november 7th and the Dei Gratia on the 14th. After several days at sea, Morehouse, the captain of the Dei Gratia, Sighted the other ship, and recognized that something was wrong. It was not moving but it was sending no destress signals. A few of Morehouse´s men took a small boat to the Mary Celeste to investigate. They searched every part of the ship and found nothing - not a man, dead or alive - There had been no illness or battle. In fact, most things were in place, as if the crew had abandoned the ship. There was even plenty of food and water. These signs of normal, everyday life on an empty ship were the strange feature of the mystery. What had happened to the capitan and his crew? If they had been attacked, why were things still in their place and where were their bodies?
Investigators searched for the answer to these questions for years and years, but they discovered nothing. The fate of the men of the Mary Celeste remains one of the unanswered questions of our time.